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Magnificent work, thanks for sharing.

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That chain… :shock: Should've built a shaft driven machine :grin:

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More great work with this Syd but sooner you than me with the PE chain, best of luck with it, assembling that would likely drive me mad!

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Not something i would ever undertake, brave man with the patience of a saont


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thanks guys got the fairing painted and decal`d got to put some carbon decals on the inside and that`s them finished, spent a couple of days cutting the chain links off the fret and cleaning them up (all 320 + of them) and last night i made a section of the chain up, probably take a couple days or so before the chain is finished
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the chain links
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the made up section

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this shows how much there is to do to make the full chain
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Those fairing panels look great Syd and I can see there is a lot of intricate work ahead with that chain!

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