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    Re: Busa top yoke

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandsquidxx View Post
    On ebay there's a cb1300 billet thug yoke, if you haven't seen it all ready. Could not get it to link, but you should be able to find it
    Nice piece of metal there. Already have the triple section the busa actually pretty much bolts in. You just have to make new stops or what we're doing is modding the inner fairing panel push pins to work as stops against the fork tubes. The busa width puts them in a perfect alignment. The real tricky part is locating the key assembly if you want to retain the bar locking function.
    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
    road has 1100 curves in 95 miles.

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    Re: Busa top yoke

    Ok another step closer today

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    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: Busa top yoke

    First rendering from my good friend Kurt that got this whole thing started couple years back. One of the billets it heading over to the Machine shop today.


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    Re: Busa top yoke

    If anyone is interested in a copy let me know. Shooting for a price point of 300.00 if get a couple made the price may be less than that. Serious requests only please.
    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: Busa top yoke

    Ok
    Kurt came back 275.00 a copy or 425 per pair so if we do these in pairs the price drops to 212.50 plus materials. I picked up my billets locally for 86.00 each.
    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: Busa top yoke

    Picking up the modified spindles tomorrow.
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    Re: Busa top yoke

    Ok here's the next step.
    New modified spindle next to it partially set into the Busa triple. It uses stock Blackbird tapered roller retrofits and seals from Pyramid. Waiting for the machine shop to get the top hat done and we're one step closer to fitting my Busa front forks. If anyone is interested this can be kitted up for a retro for 1st and 2nd gen Busa forks. Let me know gents and I'll be happy to do it for you.

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    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: Busa top yoke

    This is right at the top of my list of STDs (stuff to do) for next winter. I have been watching ebay to get a feel for what is available, what should I look for in the way of year ect?
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    Re: Busa top yoke

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    Go with second gen. Better braking system. You can get good feel with a radial master on the first gens if it's all you can find at a good price. I've seen 1st's go for 500. The top yoke I built will work with 1st or 2nd.
    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: Busa top yoke

    here is a complete setup for 350$ kinda rough but if some one wants to get started.

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    Re: Busa top yoke

    Yes that's a 1st gen they ran from inception to 07. Second gen is 08 and up. Not to bad a price but I'd be worried about the bent tube. Also you need the lower triple clamp with the spindle top nut and washer. I've seen the spindle priced at as low as 17.00.
    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: Busa top yoke

    Here's a local listing

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    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: Busa top yoke

    Ok here's pics of my son's version of the Busa install. In his version he retains all of the triple. It has the modified spindle from the triple using the stock Blackbird castle nuts tapered roller bearings and stock seals. The down side is he can't use the fork lock or the the ignition switch. But he doesn't care about it he has designed a circuit using a hardened processor. He has a encrypted RFID chip that will set into a reader socket in place of the key. The system has a sensor circuit that will detect the chip at about 6ft and wake up the processor waiting for the puck to be set into the reader slot. Once the puck is seated there is a delay then the bike powers up fully and can be started.

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    Re: Busa top yoke

    Ok latest update it's started!!!


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    Re: Busa top yoke

    Flip side just about done. Needs the key hole to relief fork clamps split and bolt holes drilled and tapped and 4 top holes drilled and tapped.
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