The Headset was assembled and the KOSO rev counter fitted where the speedometer would have originally been.
The external front disc hub from ex racer 81 was stripped, prepped and painted. This then had to be sorted to centre the wheel per Stickys manual. As you can see in the photos, the front wheel was noticeably off-centre. Adding the Serveta dampers seemed simple after sorting the front hub out.
The rear hub had to be drilled out and still needs tapping with an M7 x 1.0 tap to repair the threads. One of the wheel studs was loose so that needed sorting. To make the engine block, a layshaft, endplate and cone were added to support the rear wheel. By the way the engine block has been cleaned in this photo. You should have seen it before! The easy stuff was mounting the rear light, mudguard and panel clips
And here we have a rolling chassis
The wheels are just temporary as I haven't considered my options yet but I think yellow and black would look good. After sourcing a picture and messing around with it in a photo editing suite, we have a concept of what my race scooter might look like.
For the unedited photo, visit Draw 4 U and click Scooter Racing. Many thanks for Lee Hollick who took the picture and provided me with it.
While I wait for the paintwork to be done, I am going to prep, paint and assemble a temporary set of bodywork for use on practice/track days and they will always be good as a set of spares.