DucCutters: Moose 350 (Bill Johnson)

17 Июн 2015 | Author: | Комментарии к записи DucCutters: Moose 350 (Bill Johnson) отключены
Ducati 350 Scrambler
Ducati 350 Scrambler

Special Thanks To: Ric Murphy for all his with the project.

After my old ’69 Ducati Scrambler in a state, I decided to rebuild the as a vintage style cafe The engine was rebuilt and polished by Chrone. I got a Dunstall fairing and tail section which give the bike more of a look.

I wanted to use the original gas so I sent the tank out to be completely The tanks mount brackets been altered to lower it onto the frame and Ducati 748 bung has been welded the tank to give it a more look. The bike also has three position 35mm and Tarozzi folding rear on it.

The entire rear section of the has be replaced and a new mono-shock is beening for the rear suspension. The mono-shock has positioned in a similar way to the geometry on the Kawasaki Ninja 650. The arm was them reinforced with the style frame work, in appearance to a Bimota.

The tail section sub-frame has replaced to eliminate the dual shocks mounts and to support the tail section. The rear of the and tail section utilize a post design, allowing the and exhaust to freely past on sides. The frame reinforced several gussets. I reflowed the down the left side of the then wrapped it up under the 916 style. The exhaust brakes four ports framing the tire.

I also hand milled 3D front engine mounts for the The customized emulate the fines the engine and add a little more mass to the from of the bike. Asa side project I made a rear stand for the bike, utilizes frame sliders have be attached to the lower arm.

I add guide tubes to and hold the most of the major such as the clutch cable and the lead. The bike is using a NiCad Battery, a Bosch Blue coil and the standard points. It’s opperating as a loss system currently, but I to find a compatible voltage for the bike soon (the internal generator productes 3

The NiCad Battery and Bosch are both packaged into the of the bike mounted into the sub-frame and fairing stabilizer.

The dash board of the bike a MotoGadget MotoScope Mini speedo/tachdomitor. Very compacted and into the bike. The bikes horn/headlight switch has been to functionas the controller of the MotoGadget to scroll through its menus and to s a kill switch.

There are a few minor things still need to be done on the but I’m very happy he progress so far. This is dedicated to the loving memory of my Moose. I really miss

As a Ducati enthusiast I could with with the left vintage parts of the bike. So I the orginal rear section Scrambler Frame, the Scrambler leather seat, a Moto tail light and an Arizona plate to create a custom chair for myself.

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