Couple more questions on the forks - were there any issues with the forks getting slightly thicker due to the coating? They fit back in the trees fine? Anything to make sure doesn't get coated for reassembly?Concerning the fork tubes, they are going to resist warp because they are tubes. Tubes inherently are very resistant to warping due to heat; unlike a solid piece of metal, which can warp when heated due to variations in thermal energy along its length and diameter. Anyway, the powder coating process only bakes at 400 degrees F for 20 minutes. That temperature is not high enough to temper high quality aluminum, so you should be fine. I'll let you know if my forks snap in half though
The VDO gauges use an inductive pickup that senses the revolution of the transmission output shaft. Fully electronic, this is how cars have been doing it for many, many years. I'm glad triumph went to this, as it is MUCH easier to work with.How did you wire up the speedometer? With mine I had to run a GPS speedo since I could use the speedo drive. How dies the newer vdo speedo pick up how fast your going? Once again, epic job!