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Old 06-20-2007, 01:04 PM   #61
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Well, Id be down for concept and design purposes. After that I feel my skilss could be best put to use in marketing/distribution.
This aint a bad idea though. Everything has to start somewhere.
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...plus there are like a gazillion CAD people on this site...
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Old 06-20-2007, 01:15 PM   #64
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True, but it has to be a specific design program. I would find out what the machinist's needs are in that regard.

Yup.
Easiest way will be to work backwards.
Find a machinist.
Figure out the best way to present data to them.
Use that particular data to build a design.
Build that design from the needs of you customers melded with the envisioned concept for the product.
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Old 06-20-2007, 01:38 PM   #65
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i have a question now (cuz i did this for my nsr)

if aftermarket rearsets are primarily used for adjustability, why not manufacture a plate that bolts to the original mounting holes, and then bolt the OEM rearsets to that plate?

my plates moved my rear sets back and up 1"

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i have a question now (cuz i did this for my nsr)

if aftermarket rearsets are primarily used for adjustability, why not manufacture a plate that bolts to the original mounting holes, and then bolt the OEM rearsets to that plate?

my plates moved my rear sets back and up 1"

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yup. they make those. Lots of people selling them on ebay as "risers."
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anyone know anything about the PP Tuning rearsets? and if the 954 and 929 share the same rearsets?
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