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Old 08-02-2008, 08:49 PM   #41
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I would use the tape and dremel; but CUT THE HOLE SHY

then go over it w a fine round file for the corners and fine flat file down to sand paper to finish the lines.
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1. Ditch the chick riding 2 up.
2. Get a cowl.
3. Fab up both intake and exhast vents into the cowl.
4. Be amazed that it works.
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Old 08-02-2008, 08:53 PM   #44
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1. Ditch the chick riding 2 up.
2. Get a cowl.
3. Fab up both intake and exhast vents into the cowl.
4. Be amazed that it works.
I bought a seat cowl with vents and it didn't fit right so I returned it and just bought a oem one.
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I would use the tape and dremel; but CUT THE HOLE SHY

then go over it w a fine round file for the corners and fine flat file down to sand paper to finish the lines.
perfect!
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Old 08-02-2008, 09:33 PM   #46
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How will you attach the mesh. OPP makes some vented fenders, but they use rivets to attach the mesh and it's ugly.

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a expoxy glue on the back. That's how the Ducati we have is.
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Chicken wire $2, prime and paint after forming.
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I bought a seat cowl with vents and it didn't fit right so I returned it and just bought a oem one.
Slice and dice the factory cowl. I was looking at mine tonight and it looks easy enough.
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Old 08-03-2008, 06:32 AM   #50
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a expoxy glue on the back. That's how the Ducati we have is.
you probably already know but...use two part 24 hour. dont use 5 minute. there is a huge difference. that design looks sick man. you will definitely have a very unique 636.

and apparently we are neighbors. where in kemah?
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Old 08-03-2008, 10:24 AM   #51
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you probably already know but...use two part 24 hour. dont use 5 minute. there is a huge difference. that design looks sick man. you will definitely have a very unique 636.

and apparently we are neighbors. where in kemah?
thanks for the tip on the glue. Where can I get some of that! And I am stoked about the design.
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thanks for the tip on the glue. Where can I get some of that! And I am stoked about the design.
right there at home depot. its in the paint section. make sure its not quickset. you can get the kind that comes in a syringe but dont use their "self mixing tip" squeeze it out onto some carboard, EXACT equal parts of a and b. then mix it THUROUGHLY plastice butter knife works well for mixxing as well as application. it needs to be white and milky. be sure to give it 24 hours of set time.
ive done a lot of epoxy work on skis.
good luck and be sure to post some pics when your done.
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thanks a lot for the tip. I am going to get some tomorrow!
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