[Dibico Project Journal - Part 3][Back to part 2]
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Tires from the front.
Tires from the back.
Started to build the exhaust system.
This is the view where I first saw that the front tire was way to small, this is not going to work.
A lot of time was being spent on making the tubes fit together.
Looks quite cool from the front with the turbos. Just to bad that the left turbo points outwards, needs to be corrected.
Uniballs for the link arms.
Now, this is the year that I choose to call the dead year. You know why?. Yepp that's right, I didn't do nothing at all on the bike. And therefore I got nothing to show you here.
There I was finally recognizing the feeling of motivation once again and I started to build again at a rapid past due to being lucky with the holidays.
Guess I should tell you about the earlier lacking of motivation. The same guy that sold me the engine said he would make a shorter gearbox for me to make it possible to make the bike shorter. I thought it sounded like a great idea at first and I told him to do so. However it took him one year to complete it and when I received it it looked like crap and I got cold veins to use a modified gear box in my dear Dibico. I decided to buy a normal gearbox witch I did. Then I figured out that the frame was to tight on the engine and I decided to cut it down and make it larger! What a decision right?? Incredible hard to make.. but it was necessary.