How to make a DIY custom Triumph - ep23 Part 1 - The sheet metal work - Roma Custom Bike
Creation of a DIY Triumph Speed Triple project, the sheet metal work.
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Custom Cez partners up with Cristian Laoreti from CriArt (creator of Custom Cez's gas tank paint job in episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slern... ) and they attempt in the creation of this new project, a Triumph Speed Triple special custom.
Since I'll be documenting the project from beginning to end I've decided to divide the process into four main sections:
The 1ST SECTION willdocument the body work, so the creation of the tail out of sheet metal.
What did we do:
- disassembly of all the speed triple plastic parts
- removal of the tail's electrical system
- scheduling of all modifications
- Speed Triple tail shortening , transformation one seater
- cardboard shaping of the tail, muck up
- sheet metal work
- scrinker and stretcher techniques for 3d compound shaping
- bending sheet metal
- welding sheet metal
In SECTION 2 we'll take care of the design and machining of the new parts for this project, made out of billet aluminum.
SECTION 3 will be all about the electronics needed to power the new parts, including the replacement of the existing instrument cluster.
Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGEY4...
Pert 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3UsR...
and finally, in the 4th and final SECTION we'll take care of painting, assembly and unavailing in front of the bike's owner... hopefully he'll like it!
Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1RWW...
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