I am still looking for a ZX6E front fairing (can't find a decent one on ebay/the interwebs). I also made and added a spacer to the motorshaft and a shaft collar so now the sprocket is axially constrained on both sides and I dont have to depend on the set-screw/locktite for any constraint on the sprocket. I also got to use some sweeeeet new lathes (Proto trak) and after using them it will be extremely hard to go back to any other lathe.
|brand new brake pads and brake fluid!|
|hacking into the tach|
|using a function generator to hack the tach into showing me current|
|the tach responds... now to hook it up to an arduino to show it in real time|
I decided it was time to get into 3d printing so i decided to start printing some lug covers for the high current terminals on the controller and motor. After a couple of iterations I got a pretty satisfactory lug cover.
|v2 and 3 of the lug covers, more coming soon!|
Next steps is to start wiring all the brake lights and turn signals. I might add a 12V battery and DC/DC to the system so that I dont have so drain all the power for auxiliaries from the sevcon. I am also trying to use as much of the old harness as possible (junction box, switches, connectors).