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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sun 25 Mar 2018, 11:52 am

Deepest sympathy Kats, losing a loved pet is dreadful. For what its worth I think you made the right decision.

More superb work on the build, its really 'filling out' now.
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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sun 25 Mar 2018, 2:17 pm

My sympathy Kats for your loss, always difficult to put them down. You did the right thing. We lost all three of our kitties to feline Cancer, the worst was the last one.


Really looking forward to this masterpiece getting some colour.

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Wed 28 Mar 2018, 12:15 pm

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Jesus this is modelling in the truest sense of the word, incredible stuff going on here.

Certainly agree !! This has been an absolute high to watch all of this take place!!
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Thanks for sharing, Kats .


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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Tue 03 Apr 2018, 4:39 am

Many thanks for the kind comments, encouragement and support, gentlemen  

Now that I've rounded another waypoint on the journey the time has come to make a bunch of small bits, add a bunch of little details I've put off and so forth.  This photo is of some stuff I picked up from a jewelry making supply shop - with a mind to modify and cut and shape and so forth.


One of the detail zones I've been putting off gets dealt with.  I chose the mandala on the right of the above photo and after some trimming and rough shaping checked the fit and look.


The piece was then annealed to make it more pliable and also to burn off the plating, which would have made painting problematic. After some tweaking it was affixed to the tank body with thin CA first followed by medium CA as a gap filler.


And because it wasn't already busy enough I dipped into my store of rivet heads and added a bunch just for effect.


After a last few thinking sessions there was finally a rough plan for the throttling systems. Here's the beginning of the steam throttle which feeds the cylinder, this will be actuated by the left foot.


There will be one main steam feed line which will be split into two feeds for the steambox on the cylinder. The 12 gauge wire is the main feed.  The right angle rod mod is the start of the steam outlet which will be part of the throttle assembly.  The 14 gauge wire are the feeds for the steambox.


The steam outlet after a lot of adjustments.  It started 3 mm further out from the boiler/burner - a mis measurement on my part.


The steam throttle continues to take shape and the fuel throttle starts to take form.


From here on in its going to be this sort of thing.  The foot pegs and associated levers will be interesting as well as the fuel throttle lever which will be placed directly in front of the saddle on the left side of the frame. And as each bit gets finalized it puts the adventure of plumbing that much closer ... ugh, lol.

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Tue 03 Apr 2018, 11:08 am

Just can't get over how exciting and climatic this is getting ! As if it wasn't completely over the wall as it was.
Thanks, Kats for sharing this adventure !!

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Tue 03 Apr 2018, 11:55 am

This is the work of a master builder....!
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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Wed 04 Apr 2018, 9:08 pm

Stunning Kats.
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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Wed 04 Apr 2018, 10:55 pm



Those emoticons should cover my reaction to the latest update.

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sun 08 Apr 2018, 6:22 pm

Thanks all for your very kind comments and encouragement  

So, at this stage in the build I'm making lists of all the little bits yet to come as well as getting back to all the pieces where I put them aside in an 'almost done' state.  On that note, here's the Condenser Assembly housing getting some detail which will be hidden by the saddle to some extent.  The bit shown was cut from the largest of the mandalas (shown in the previous post), annealed and so forth.


And affixed with thin CA.


The Secondary Fuel Tank also gets some minor detailing on top and bottom.




The Fuel Throttle now has dual fuel feeds.


Test fitting the bits after some more work.  Clearances are kind of important here as this section is already a bit crowded.


The Steam Throttle actuator lever gets some complexity added.  I was inspired to do this because I saw an old nautical engine control with a 'U' shaped yoke and it seemed that a pressure throttle would also be a good place for such a thing.


The Fuel Throttle lever being worked up.  This one is simpler as it isn't under any pressure so to speak.


A bit more work and a bit more test fitting.


And after the addition of ... Hex Nuts!!!!


One observation I've made is that over the course of this build I've been putting aside many pieces at the 'almost done' stage in order to keep overall production on the go.  This results in a lot of subconscious background processing going on which I'm not aware of until it comes time to finalize, whereupon the subconscious starts throwing the results of its ruminating when it comes time to do some finalizing.  This makes working out what I plan to do a lot easier - so the adding of surface details to the blank spaces on the larger parts came off rather quickly.

As well, the need for little bits to complete the major bits starts slow then ramps up as more and more of the physical logistics comes more into focus, as was the case with the throttling assemblies.  No matter how much staring and thinking I do, nothing beats actually getting a physical piece into place in order to figure out where I've gone wrong and so forth.

It's nice to see the boiler/burner finally coming into its whole form after all this time, aside from the burner exhaust which is still pending.  Next will be the cylinder for the engine itself in that I now have a 'real' plan for the placement of the steam feed and exhaust port.  Also, there is a need for feeds for the pressure gauges for the steambox, main steam line and condenser and perhaps a temperature gauge feed off the boiler somewhere but these will be small ports with small lines.

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sun 08 Apr 2018, 6:46 pm

Superb detailing, I assume the gauges will be in the 'usual' place over the tank?
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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Mon 09 Apr 2018, 11:41 am

Just a simple  as I am out of words.
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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sat 14 Apr 2018, 10:13 pm

Thanks for the kind comments and encouragement, fellows  

Gary - Yup and utilizing the kit part.  Instead of one big speedo dial, though, the plan is to have 2 or 3 smaller gauges.


So the Finalizing Phase continues - bits I've been putting off are finally able to be worked on both mentally and in real life.

A return to the Engine with the steam and exhaust ports (or some term like that) taking shape.  The more developed bit is the steam feed but I thought I'd include the proto-exhaust pipe to show my method for making sharp bends in plastic rod - basically slice on a bias which corresponds to the angle you want the bend.  Getting the angle is a matter of fiddling and adjusting and muttering under one's breath.



The steam intake port at a mostly done state.  The little port out the top is for the pressure gauge feed.  Also the inner curve on the pipe is still a sharp angle, the plan is to tap in small amounts of CA to build up a bead to round it out.


Test fit of the steam port on the steam chest.


Exhaust port in progress. Here the pipe off the steam chest starts out smaller but flares out to the same gauge as the steam feed pipe. This was a last-second change that made sense in terms of the whole thermodynamics of condensation thing ... blame science and nature documentaries for this one, lol.


Exhaust port mostly complete.


Test fit.


This piece was cut/shaped/annealed from the squarish mandala shown a couple of posts previously and is for the blank side of the cylinder.  When I was working up the cylinder I had no idea where I was headed - now its time for some 'bling.'




Move on to the main shifter handle.  It was formed from 5mm styrene rod, using small brass calipers to flatten the sides in parallel.


Some time later.


Mostly done - I might still add a few touches.


And I forgot to take photos while the secondary shifter handle got made.  This one uses 3mm styrene rod and the curved bit is built up from portions of leftover 'ring' cut from 0.5 mm styrene sheet.


After this part I'll tackle the fuel throttle, which might take some time as it involves linkages and stuff.  After that comes the footpegs and associated foot levers for the rear brake (on the right side) and steam throttle (on the left side).  

And while this is going on the centre stand will probably start taking shape.  The whole issue of side mounted kick stand versus the centre stand was decided while I was considering how much this thing would weigh (had it been real) and I envisioned a kick stand folding and toppling the cycle over.  So, centre stand it shall be.

Plus the console and the rear view mirror and everything else I've been forgetting, lol.

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sun 15 Apr 2018, 10:49 am

Great work Kats, I totally agree about the stand.
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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sun 15 Apr 2018, 11:08 am


This keeps getting incredibler and incredibler !! (spell check didn't like that, but I do)
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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sun 15 Apr 2018, 2:43 pm

Go Kats Go!

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sat 28 Apr 2018, 8:53 pm

Thanks for the kind comments and encouragement, gents  

Bit of a posting gap due to 'life stuff' and what else is new, lol.


The 'final' of the secondary shift lever handle with some 'grip ridges' added just because.  Not sure if there will be more little detailing added or what - I'm going to call this tentatively done for the time being.  And I'm still not sure as to the reasoning behind the two shifter levers, just call it Steampunk Style I guess.


Working on multiple bits created a situation where I needed to re-order the photos in order to keep things from getting too confusing. This is the remaining hand lever from the kit being re-purposed to become the steam throttle foot lever.  This involved some additional half round being added to beef it up a bit.


A combo shot of the steam throttle foot lever and the fuel throttle lever.  The fuel throttle lever was once a foot shifter scavenged from the Tamiya 1/6 Yamaha XS1100 Midnight Special kit which I added to the Harley when I did the street cruiser conversion back in the mid '90's.


The steam throttle with the post - this is just the initial as I plan to make the post wider as it will be a foot post, after all.


The fuel throttle lever with extension added for the linkage, test fit to the frame mount point.


Clamp detail being added for the fuel throttle mount.  This is to keep in line with the whole 'cobbled together' looking theme of this build.


Fuel throttle mount mostly done.  You can't see the underside where the clamp flanges and hex nuts(!) are but those are pretty much the same as all the other clamps.


The handle knob and a test fit.  From here it's working out the linkage to the fuel throttle assembly.


And here is the kit rear brake foot lever being modified to act as the rear brake foot lever.  The original part was basically rectilinear and I wanted something a bit more Steampunk-ish.


Adding to the curve and removing the flat foot pad.


After some more shaping and then drilling out to achieve a more ornate look.  The foot pad will be replaced with a post similar to the steam throttle foot lever.


The tentative order of things will be to work up the fuel throttle linkage first then start in on the footpegs and the respective lever mounting and stuff. I must admit that I haven't been thinking things through in advance so though the steam throttle linkage shouldn't be too finicky but the rear brake might be problematic as I need to figure out how to run the brake cable through all the other junk that's kludging up the frame and stuff, lol. Call it the price of not having a plan.

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sun 29 Apr 2018, 11:20 am

BRILLIANT!!
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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sun 29 Apr 2018, 12:00 pm

This scratch/bash stuff is just mind boggling it is !!!

I'm loving it ! Great work !

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sun 29 Apr 2018, 12:36 pm

I am beyond impressed....wow..!
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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Thu 10 May 2018, 5:37 pm

Guys, thanks for the kind comments and encouragement  

Well, had to reset my password and this resulted in me not having a handy list of posts since last visit so catching up on the works of others might be spotty this week.  It's not that I'm ignoring anyone, it's just there's a lot of stuff to try and find.


Working up the linkage for the fuel throttle, with the handle in the 'off' position.  I chose to use styrene rod for the rod instead of wire as this part isn't load bearing and plastic doesn't keep little bends like wire of this gauge can.




After the angles and positioning were worked out it was time to 'finalize' the handle.


Test fit.


While thinking on the details of the foot pegs and associated levers I had a thought that the handle for the flywheel needed to be 'secured' to keep it from hanging straight down as that might get in the way of the right leg.  To that end, I scrounged in a bits box and found a small length of box chain that looked to be a proper size for the scale.  There was a ring soldered onto one end already so that became the hook, then it was just a matter of making a loop and collar for the other end.


And the test fit.  I whipped this up quite quickly as a sort of proof of concept thing, prepared to have to do it all over again to correct any errors in the process, and unintentionally wound up with something that works good enough for me.


And the foot pegs.  These are the very rough blanks cut to approximate size with mount points drilled into the rear engine mount post brackets.


Foot levers in their approximate locations.


The rear brake lever and foot pad in development.


The foot pad after detailing.  At this point I realized that I had worked up the pieces backwards, sort of.  The rear brake is an occasional use thing while the steam throttle is a constant use thing.  I was working up the rear brake foot pad based on the kit original which was for the FLH Classic theme.  So ... I swapped them side to side.


Roughing out the set up for the steam throttle with the 'new' foot pad.  After much deliberation I decided to have the levers 'hinge' on the foot posts instead of making a whole separate mounting set up - plus the frame was getting crowded anyway so there was little to no room for such a set up.


The rear brake with the 'new' foot pad which used to be the steam throttle foot pad.  I shortened the lever length a tad and I'm going to be reducing the foot pad size for style reasons.


And while this has been going on I've been mulling over the linkage set ups for the steam throttle and rear brake.  It isn't the details so much as where I'm going to cram that stuff in - one of the many hardships of not having a plan.

I've also been doing some Photoshop work getting the graphics for the dials ready.  Currently I've settled on three pressure gauges and one temperature gauge.  The center stand for the frame is also slowly percolating and soon enough there will be a Rear View Mirror (I keep reminding myself of the rear view so I don't wind up forgetting it, lol).

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Fri 11 May 2018, 10:09 am

This is looking altogether amazing, the chain, foot pedals/levers and linkages all work really well.
Incredibly enjoyable Kats.

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Fri 11 May 2018, 8:19 pm

Getting seriously busy ! WOW !
NICE WORK !!!!


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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Sat 12 May 2018, 10:27 am

Speechless...WOW..! Simply stunning work...!
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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Thu 17 May 2018, 6:22 pm

Thanks for the kind comments and encouragement  

The remaining bits are developing smoothly, more or less, which is a relief.  Here's a pic of the rear brake foot pad after I added the 'grip' texture using 1mm half-round rod.


And full steam ahead on the steam throttle assembly.  The curved piece added to the lever was made from 2mm square rod cut at angles to get the basic shape then filled and sanded to round out the angles.


Getting to this point took longer than expected due to some issues with angles and such. Once again I chose to use styrene rod instead of wire for the linkage rod as this part will be static and not load bearing.


Test fit showing the set up in 'off' position - part of the issues in working this up was figuring out the length of the linkage rod so that in 'full open' position the foot pad would be horizontal to the foot peg.


A view of the set up with the foot pad in place.


And the steam throttle assembly in 'mostly complete' status.  The spring was cobbled from a bits and pieces box and is the third try to find the correct size and wire gauge for scale.  I neglected to take photos of the clamps and such for the spring mounting during development but not a big loss as it echoes a lot of the previous work in other sections.


The foot pegs morph to foot rests a bit at a time.  I was initially considering just leaving them as round pegs style foot rests but in a fit of inspiration I went ahead and made them 'thicker' in the flat style.  I used 4mm half round rod for the initial add-on.


Could have taken more photos but I forgot again.  Here's the undersides of the foot rests after some work.


Adding a bit of width to the outsides.


At this point the list of what remains to be built for the Steamcycle has been reduced down to the fingers of one hand - working out the rear brake assembly which involves a return spring and how to mount the brake cable (and all the little bits), working out the mounting for the front brake cable (and all the little bits), making the dials for the Console and perhaps embellishing it somewhat, making the rear view mirror and ... PLUMBING.  Perhaps the plumbing is not a 'build' thing but I'm including the addition of some ports in this.  The ports for the 'arteries and veins' are all made but I still need to make some for the gauges, a minor thing really but still pending. *Edit* it turns out that I have seven or eight fingers on one hand, lol. I've forgotten the centre stand and the drive belts in that list, lol. Oops*

Then comes the painting and a major 'renovation' of the work space to accommodate this.

I'm deliberately taking a minor hiatus now for several reasons - amongst those are the impending return of milady from an excursion afar and the accompanying need for me to clean the place up and put everything back in its place (I jokingly informed her I was getting a large shovel and a leaf blower to assist me with this endeavour).

And here in Canuck-land we've got the Victoria Day holiday weekend and where I work it's considered the unofficial start of the summer season so I've been busy helping get the various things set up, including the Water Park and Water Slide.

As well the 4th Anniversary of the Steamcycle Build approaches, May 28 to be precise, and as with past anniversaries the plan is to do the Great Big Test Fit for some vanity/moral support photos.  Of course the whole test fit assembly is far more involved now than it was in years past - it will likely take me a few hours to remember what all the little parts are and how they fit into the grand scheme of things.

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PostSubject: Re: Steampunk Harley - Tamiya 1/6 HD FLH Classic 'extreme' kit bash (Very Photo Heavy)   Thu 17 May 2018, 7:44 pm

Great work Kats, Ill look forward to the 4th anniversary test fit. May the fourth be with you.

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