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Paypal payments/charges

Posted by on Aug 20, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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 and not good business sense (of which as we all know i have very little to start with!) So from this very second on anyone paying via paypal will have a 5% surcharge added to their invoice, then nobody need worry about ‘gifts’ or ‘friends and family’ and we’re all...

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Titanium Yamaha R1 oil cooler bolt

Posted by on Aug 10, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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!

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Montessa titanium suspension and engine bolts and a brace of swinging arm axles

Posted by on May 12, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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!

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Titanium Suzuki GSXR front wheel spindle with pull cup

Posted by on May 11, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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.

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Titanium racing Honda 4 valve retaining caps

Posted by on Mar 30, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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 these little deenies is that because titanium can be a bit ‘grabby’ it holds the collets more securely than steel, though to be fair if the angles are right they aren’t going anywhere whether steel or titanium.      

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Titanium R1 gearbox sprocket nut

Posted by on Mar 27, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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.

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