1.Making a engine fit into a frame that was never there to begin with is one of the hardest things to fab up and make work on a project such as this. Nothing is impossible and so it can be done.
2. An very old school CZ gas tank is what I choose to us for this project and I happy I did.
3. Since my plan was to run mid controls I used an rear brake drum assembly unit form a Honda 750.
4. Getting to this point of having your engine were you want it, your rear wheel and tire were you want and the chain line all line up is a grate accomplishment. May not seem like much but there is a lot of work done here. Now every thing else can work from the space you have left.
5. On the front end I wanted to do some thing a little different so I reconfigured and made it to a inverted springer instead of a traditional stock one.
6. Made my own SS Battery box.
7. With the front end installed and my seat in place I made my own handle bars. I had this design in mind and wanted to eliminate having risers of any kind. I spend and a whole day just trying to get thease handle bar just right.
8. Back to some more work on the gas tank with two new petcok location and filler plat on the front.
9. Since there is NO aftermarket parts for this 233 twin engine I had to make my own intake manifolds also. I wanted to try some thing differnt and made them both at 90 degrees.
Running two 26mm Carbs with 90 degree air cleaners to give it a different look and and max performance.
10. The exhaust pipe setup was up next so I tackled this using 1 1/2" SS Tube for long life easy to keep looking nice.
11. I have been very intreiged by the Right side Jockey shifting set up. I have seen it on a few bikes so I wanted to try it out. So I made this happen also. If you do not know what right side shifting is then you need to inform you self.
12. Wiring! Wiring! Wiring! Every body seem to hate this part of any build including my self but I am learning to like it much more as I go along on each project.