I’ve just made a titanium front axle for Wayne Rainey’s old Honda VFR, i think the engine mounting bolt is for it as well but i could be wrong, my customer has a lot of intriguing machines!
A month ago I drowned my phone in a river whilst bothering trout. Mobile phones and I just don’t get along very well, there is usually some drama going on that requires me to want to fling it off a cliff or pour acid all over it. Sometimes it isn’t the actual phone but the service provider or spare parts […]
Douglas D Zaster called this morning and freaked my phase converter out completely, which has the knock on effect of freaking me out completely! Result being I can’t run the machines until its fixed, so for everyone who is waiting for jobs I’m really sorry but there will be a bit of a delay until I’ve worked out whats wrong […]
Here are uggins of titanium valve retainers and seats I’ve made for a team who race Honda’s. I had stepped cutters ground to form the collet angle and step, its the only way I’ve found to cut the angle accurately and repeatedly.
Even though i always ask for payments made through Paypal to be sent as a ‘gift’ (as any charges come straight out of my wages), very few people do, so i often end up losing money. Some how that doesn’t feel fair when i’ve worked my bollocks off and charged as little as i can, its not fair on me […]
This is a titanium oil cooler bolt I made for a Yamaha R1. They are really quite spectacular all sexied up and glinting in titanium, as well as being shed loads lighter, win win!
That marvellous man Mark at H&D Racing needed some more titanium goodies for his Montessa/Honda customers, some engine mounting bolts, suspensions bolts and a couple of swinging arm axles. I waiste the engine mounting bolts to make them lighter, the originals are solid lumps of pig iron from what i can gather, so we sexy them up!
Here’s a titanium front wheel spindle for a Suzuki GSXR, modified to take an alloy pull cup. it was fun to make, and the bike its going on is John Reynolds old one.
This is a set of titanium valve retainers for a Honda 4 that goes racing. These are the caps that stop the valve from dropping into the engine so they are pretty critical. I get cutters ground up to the exact collet angle to be sure they seat well. One of the disadvantages of titanium that becomes an advantage in […]
This is a titanium gearbox sprocket nut for an R1 I’ve knocked up, I think its the same on the GSXR. I tend to make them with the washer integral to the nut, so as a flanged nut, it makes for a tastier nut i feel.