Do you dis-like short, fluffy videos that are low on content and high on hype? Sick of slow motion panning shots of ran drizzling over glossy panels? Are you just crying out for highly technical videos that explain every tidbit of mechanical symphony? Well then let me introduce you to Hackaweek TV! While there are many projects going on in the Hackaweek stable – including robotics, carpentry and electronics – what I’m most interested in is the CB750 Cafe Racer build. Most of the videos (18 so far) are somewhere between 15 minutes and half an hour, so you’d be wise to grab a hot or cold drink (depending on where you are in the world) and get comfortable while you peruse the playlists.
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I’m pretty sure that broken bolt is the same as the one located on the left side of the motor oil galley just above the ignition area. BTW – you are going to install an oil gauge. I use a kit that can be sourced from any auto parts store where you can mount the gauge up on the handle bars instead of just hanging one off the side of the motor. I’m a cafe racer member so if your interested in the kit just send me an email. bmartin
BTW – another fine video…
I’ll be uploading some fresh stuff tomorrow, 2-21-15 in the AM. Camshaft and valves for breakfast!
Great to hear from you, Dino, keep up the great work!
Can you fit a shift assistent pro on an older bmw 1200 gs adventure than 2014.
Sorry don’t know your mailadres.
Fr greetings Frank