I needed to bypass the stock fuel tank on a bike. So for a quick temporary fix, I turned down and threaded this lil tool to get a shot of clean fuel in the bike. It is not recommended for permanent use using a plastic bottle. It will break down. But it worked with some scrap I had laying around!
lil machining going down today. Needed a auxiliary fuel tank to bypass the oem tank on my lil 74 Yamaha DT125 project bike I’ve been neglecting to get running. So I machined up this lil bung with some o-rings and a barbed NPT fitting. Turned down some material on the lathe, power tapped on the Bridgeport. Put it in the bottle and hung her upside down, worked perfect 👍👌✊ #machining #fabrication @orangeviseofficial holding it down on the #Bridgeport #deftones #passenger #happyindependenceday 💥🎉🍻
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Here is my auxiliary fuel bottle hanging in action. The part I made in the other video is inserted into the opening for those who missed it, check back a couple posts. I already emptied it from use. But you can see im using a @freestonemx bottle 👌 not only will it hydrate you, but your motor too! #fabrication #mx #moto #machining
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