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    Default I'm starting belt conversion of m109R

    Hi, guys!

    I'm running a small machine shop, making custom bikes here in Russia.

    I have a client that wants to convert m109r to a belt drive, make a one-sided swingarm and put a 360 rear wheel. (240 front also :))

    I want to start topic and post pictures of the conversion process here.

    Right now I've made a test welded swingarm, and I'm making a reverse reductor to make pulley rotate in the right direction. I'll make test plate today, I think.

    Last edited by Shishkinnick; 04-20-2016 at 10:03 AM.

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    A 3D model of reverse reductor.



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    Wrote a name of the thread with mistakes :) Can someone change "startion" to "starting"

    UPD. Fixed it myself :)
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    Well you got me hooked and i am along for the ride. Looks like an awesome start to a huge project and i cant wait to see your finished product. Welcome to the site and thanks for sharing your work here with us.

    I see that you have already removed the secondary drive gear from the motor. Would you mind sharing with the forum how exactly you managed to do this please?
    Thanks again
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    Interesting looks like you have a lot of patience and talent look forward to following your project!

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    "Frankenstein" but I see the potential. I also look forward to seeing the finished product. good luck!
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    Quite the project,luv the look of the swingarm..havn't been many radical builds on here,I'll be following also...thanks for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stavros View Post
    Quite the project,luv the look of the swingarm..havn't been many radical builds on here,I'll be following also...thanks for sharing
    Apperantly you have not had the pleasure of seeing the bikes that some of our German and Asian friends have posted! Some very unique and radical designs have been brought to life by our brothers from across the pond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latinrascal View Post
    Well you got me hooked and i am along for the ride. Looks like an awesome start to a huge project and i cant wait to see your finished product. Welcome to the site and thanks for sharing your work here with us.

    I see that you hage already removed the secondary drive gear from the motor. Would you mind sharing with the forum how exactly you managed to do this please?
    Thanks again
    It's not that hard to get off. A standard tapered bearing puller plate just tightened down behind the gear pulls it off. There's a video from some9 that shows it being done.

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    Looks like you really know what you're doing! I thought I was pretty talented when I debeavered my nine with no help lol! This is a million times to technical for me but I will enjoy watching the progress. Look forward to seeing future pictures.

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    I love it! Looks gorgeous!!

    Here is my fat all round M109R...

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    When you do the process make sure you document it and create molds. So when your done I can send my bike to Russia and you can do mine!! lol

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    I can't wait to see it either. I definitely will be checking back for this beast!!!

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    That swingarm is awesome looking will definitely be paying attention to your build
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    Good luck with your build can't wait to see finished project

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    Nice work so far.. love the idea.. will be following this post.. I'm so jealous of those who can fabricate. Can not wait to see the finished bike!
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    Looks like some of the single side swing arms that are out there for sportbikes only fatter-I like. Can't wait to see the finished bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRod View Post
    It's not that hard to get off. A standard tapered bearing puller plate just tightened down behind the gear pulls it off. There's a video from some9 that shows it being done.
    Thanks for the info. Yeah it don't look to hard at all, good info in case i ever need to pull the gear.
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    Looks great and your very talented. ..don't care for the 240 front tire though....keep us posted.
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    Definitely following! Looking good so far!

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    You have my attention.
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    Now that is something I haven't seen done before! Be sure to keep this thread updated with your progress. Looking good so far!

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    That's what I like! Going outside of the normal box we have grown used to. Looks great can't wait to see when finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurR View Post
    You have my attention.
    And that's pretty damn hard to do.

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    might have to come back to the M109 Family if this item is available.........tick tock
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    I'm always interested in making really hard projects.

    Here's a picture of Yamaha XV1900 that I've made before. It has one-sided CNC machined swingarm, front 180 and rear 360 wheels. Fully new front end - KTM USD forks, non-cutted triple trees, hell-hard-to-machine handlbar etc.



    This is the creation process. I think I'll make something like that with M109r later. Suzuki has several problematical parts to calculate without full 3D scan that I can't afford right now. So I started from the other side: First I make swingarm, them I take dimensions from it. I hope to make it move in June.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shishkinnick View Post
    I'm always interested in making really hard projects.

    Here's a picture of Yamaha XV1900 that I've made before. It has one-sided CNC machined swingarm, front 180 and rear 360 wheels. Fully new front end - KTM USD forks, non-cutted triple trees, hell-hard-to-machine handlbar etc.



    This is the creation process. I think I'll make something like that with M109r later. Suzuki has several problematical parts to calculate without full 3D scan that I can't afford right now. So I started from the other side: First I make swingarm, them I take dimensions from it. I hope to make it move in June.

    Wow you have some fabrication talent and skills. Most of us dare not dream of something like this due to either expense or lack of creativity.
    It may be an EXCELLENT idea to do as mentioned in a previous post, and make a jig for that swing arm, and drive setup so that we can purchase a conversion kit.
    That swingarm is BAD AS!
    Very nice work!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ausdog View Post
    Wow you have some fabrication talent and skills. Most of us dare not dream of something like this due to either expense or lack of creativity.
    It may be an EXCELLENT idea to do as mentioned in a previous post, and make a jig for that swing arm, and drive setup so that we can purchase a conversion kit.
    That swingarm is BAD AS!
    Very nice work!!!
    Thanks!

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    I'm running a group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/doomsdaymachines/ There are lots of pictures of my work. I'm trying to update it regulary.

    BTW. Finished test plate for the reversing. There's a lot more to do. :)


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    Wow, can't wait to see the final result. КРУТО!!!! . Молодец!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJDEVIL View Post
    Looks like some of the single side swing arms that are out there for sportbikes only fatter-I like. Can't wait to see the finished bike
    I think you found your next major mod.

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