Ok.. I'll start the ball rolling..
Started with four boxes of parts that I bought from the other end of the state and began from there.
Started a spreadsheet with parts bought, parts made, where sourced and cost.. so far we're up to around $20,000 Oz dollars and still spending and here's why
1967 T100T frame, 1973 t100R Daytona engine, fully rebuilt.
Morad Akront flanged alloy wheels with Grimeca 4L/S front brake and Honda 350 full width alloy rear with custom stainless stay run direct around the swing arm.
Speedo gears fitted to the front wheel and custon stainless front brake linkage rods with rod end bearings fitted.
Brand new Norton Manx forks with alloy yokes, custom instrument bracket and modified damper rods.
Hand made carbon fiber front mudguard, central oil tank, seat undertray/electrics bay and Dunstal style seat with battery,
fuse box, horn and electronic relays all under the seat hump.
Every circuit has it's own dedicated, separate wiring loom and fuse.
Park/running lights and brake light are all led high brightness / low current units.
Custom made rear struts with 40 position damper settings and ride height and preload adjusters.
Custom steel chainguard wrapped with carbon for improved visual appearance.
Custom rear sprocket, machined front sprocket and DiD 530 gold "X" ring chain fitted.
BNR primary drive belt system with custom made clutch/output shaft seal assembly to keep the chain case completely dry.
Tri-Spark ignition system, dual coil and 3 phase high output alternator and Tri-Spark regulator.
Exact replica Daytona 500 race fuel tank from Glass from the Past which I lined with Caswell epoxy from new.
Custom stainless cylinder head steady, alloy front engine plates and high polished nickel plated rear plates.
Custom rearsets/gear lever linkage and brake pedal setup with Ducati/Cagiva alloy folding fotpegs in fabricated stainless brackets.
Bonneville exhaust headers with 30 degree custom mid section stainless bends and Dunstall patterm mufflers all push fit, sealed with silicone with integral brackets on all 3 sections.
All cables are hand made with telfon lined outers.
Carbies are new 28mm Wassels with gauze ended ram tubes.
Gearbox is fitted with a close ratio 4 speed cluster.
Alloy brake and clutch levers are fitted and have been modified to allow position adjustment and all the pivots were bored out and brass bushings fitted for smoother operation.
Custom alloy steering damper fitted along with 2 inch electronic tacho and 0-100psi oil filled oil pressure gauge.
Alloy headlamp brackets support the chrome 7 inch headlamp and a twin cable fast pull twist grip is fitted to the period chrome clipons
The rear footpegs and mufflers hang off 1/2 inch thick custom alloy brackets.
An alloy oil filter housing with integral brackets was made and fitted out of sight between the lower frame rails and attached directly with the subframe through bolts.
A spin on filter is fitted (Z386) and is plumbed in the return line.
Braided telfon lined fuel hoses are fitted along with modified rocker feed fittings and braided hoses as well as finned rocker caps.
Tyres are Avon.
Anything else, we either nickel plated, gold plated or both!
Hardest part of the project was the carbon stuff, had to make wood/cardboard models of each part, take a fiberglass mould from the model and then lay up the final product in carbon fiber.
I did the seat, oil tank and front mudguard, then wimped out and bought the fuel tank in as I had no way to accurately make an exact model of the original Daytona racer tanks which was
important to me as this bike is an almost exact copy of my old bike from the day but more importantly I wanted to pay tribute to the blokes who built and raced these fantastic little machines
at Daytona so successfully all those years ago. and inspired me with the original bike, (pictured here, a 1960 T100A converted to Daytona spec in full race trim)