Adjustable Paralever strut and tings

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Adjustable Paralever strut and tings

Postby beachcomber » Wed Apr 22, 2015 8:36 am

Due to ongoing developments for our project bikes, some parts will be offered for general sale via www.realmengineering.com. [ RAM ]

Boxertrix members will get 10% discount [ tell them TJ sent you ]

I have NO COMMERCIAL INTEREST in this endeavour - merely assisting an old pal with development.

In the pipeline - Adjustable Paralever rear strut [ stock to GS length ]
Adjustable telelever [ maybe also fixed 10mm ]
8mm Silicone Hi-Po plug leads
GRP 1 piece front m/g
GRP Hugger
GRP Belly pan
GRP Valve cover / covers [ !! ]

Available - RAM alloy bodied fully adjustable shox

Forgot to add - ALL subject to 10% discount.
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Postby BlackDuc » Tue Apr 28, 2015 4:10 pm

I couldn't find any links or reference to the parts on the site.

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Postby beachcomber » Tue Apr 28, 2015 8:52 pm

BlackDuc wrote:I couldn't find any links or reference to the parts on the site.


Hi there,

These are all new products related to the motorcycle parts - primarilly RAMSHOX which we've been developing from our race and road car series for the past 30 years, which has lately lead to an increasing range of parts as we need them for our own projects.

www.ramshox.com. is the bike related site that is currently being rebuilt to encompass the expanding range of parts that have been developed for bikes, and specifically - BMW. The other link was merely as a point of contact. Cars are the "day job" .... bikes are our hobby.

I'll flag up details an pix here as soon as they are available - work in progress !!
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Postby beachcomber » Thu Apr 30, 2015 8:05 am

Headsup ................... Front GRP 1 piece m/guard moulds have been proved and first run of 5 this week - 2 sold already.

Rear Hugger in 10 days time
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Postby metropolis2k » Thu Apr 30, 2015 8:14 am

Any pictures would really help shift a few more! Would be interested to see what they're like.
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Postby beachcomber » Thu Apr 30, 2015 12:30 pm

metropolis2k wrote:Any pictures would really help shift a few more! Would be interested to see what they're like.


I'll post up pix as soon as.

The CNC bits for the Paralever are due in early next week, and the new bushings for the Telelever [ fabricated ] are being made as we speak.

Thanx for your interest
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Postby BlackDuc » Thu Apr 30, 2015 5:55 pm

argh..no fair teasing and having to make us wait.

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Postby beachcomber » Fri May 01, 2015 3:45 pm

BlackDuc wrote:argh..no fair teasing and having to make us wait.


BD,

honest - not deliberate !!!! :lol:

Our normal CNC guy is snowed under - in fact he said - "do you want your Shock clevis mounts [ Oildead rear ], or your new Paralever job". :roll:

Anyway, he recommended a mate of his, and we should see the first proving batch after the Bank Holiday [ this weekend].
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RAM Valve covers

Postby beachcomber » Fri May 08, 2015 10:37 am

Here's the latest offering - available from next week.

GRP valve cover "covers".

prices being finalised early next week.
1 piece GRP front mudguards in production - £85 each [ less your 10% discount ].

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Postby McBoxer » Sat May 09, 2015 8:25 am

Looking good TJ!!!
Any plans for the earlier style?
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Postby beachcomber » Sat May 09, 2015 10:53 am

Al,

we'll look at anything peeps want !!!! :wink:

Adjustable Paralever [ RAMSTRUT ] update. Clevis' now CNC'd - we'll be manufacturing a P.O.C. strut in the next week or so.

Expect it to be significantly cheaper than those currently available.

1 piece mudguards now in full production - Black only.

Don't forget, Boxertrix members get 10% off any RAM product [ including shox ].

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Postby beachcomber » Sat May 09, 2015 5:40 pm

Shox finally proved out and ready for production.

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Re: RAM Valve covers

Postby McBoxer » Wed May 20, 2015 7:20 am

beachcomber wrote:Here's the latest offering - available from next week.

GRP valve cover "covers".

prices being finalised early next week.......

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Hi TJ. Any news on the price of these yet?
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Postby beachcomber » Wed May 20, 2015 7:55 am

Hey Al,

please excuse various delays ... you know how it goes :roll:

Our GRP man's Wife has just given birth and wanted a few days off - that turned into 10 days - hence the delay :cry: .

The moulds ARE made - we just need to run a few of them to ensure no snags. That will also enable us to make a costing.

However, you've seen the operation and know we're not related to Dick Turpin like some producers !

We ARE looking at fixings ............ Most offerings on the market tell you to buy BCR parts - or "make your own" !

As we have to make them fit for our own purposes, we'll look at a simplified attachment method if it's practical.

Apparantly the top seat cowls seem to have a habit of throwing themselves off down the road - so we're looking at doing them as well [ moulds nearly finished ]. Yes, you can buy the 1/2 turn fasteners [ £6 'ish ? ], but we're also looking at using fixings with a lanyard attachment - might look too fugly .. we'll see.

BTW - someone enquired about BCR [ powder coat ] Blue for their wheels - I think our man has just the colour, I'll check it out
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Postby McBoxer » Wed May 27, 2015 8:22 pm

beachcomber wrote:...BTW - someone enquired about BCR [ powder coat ] Blue for their wheels - I think our man has just the colour, I'll check it out

That may have been me ...... Did you have any luck checking it out? :D
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