Friday, February 22, 2013

the mopar guy W is back...


the mopar guy W of forty-eight is back. shinya showing the tool wagon that he prepared for W.

forty-eightスットコ・ドッコイ・Wタナベ氏がまた来ちゃった。Wタナベ氏のためにこのツール・ワゴンを準備していた木村氏は、色々説明を始める

mopar guy W started to help niimie to change the rear tyre of the yamaha XS650.

いきなりN美氏のヤマハXS650のツンツルテン・リア・タイヤを替えるのを手伝い始めるWタナベ氏。カーガイなのに・・・


then the shovel owner N stopped by. he has got so many problems with his shovel...anyhow, he wanted to put the front fender back on that fell off while he was riding :<

と、ここでとてつもなく問題の多いショベルのオーナー、N氏が登場。取り合えず走行中に落っこちてしまったというフロント・フェンダーを取り付け。

shinya couldn't help giving a quick look because he doesn't like to see the motorcycle in bad condition.

あまりにも調子が悪いのでちょっと見てあげる木村氏。本来はもっと楽しく乗れるというのを味あわせてあげたい・・・けど、相当時間を掛けてじっくり直さないと無理っぽいよ、これ。


we took N on a tool shopping spree because he didn't have any.

ツールをまったく持っていないというN氏を拉致して、ツールショッピングへ。

 goofy mopar guy W on a hearley-davidson.

ハーレーに跨りだすカーガイ。あーちょっとイヤァな予感がしますね。
*caution* this picture may annoy many people *caution*

やっぱり!これを見てどれだけの人がイラッときていることか、本人がひとつも分かっていない所がさらにイラッとくる。(本人の希望により目線を入れました。少し分かっているようです。)

 
guys helping out N putting all the cheap(but necessary to have to work on his motorcycle)tools he got today :)

先程手に入れた、オートバイをいじるのに最低限必要な激安ツールをすべて身体に巻き付けて帰るN氏とそれを手伝うみんな。


7 comments:

emil said...

The Yamaha XS650 is a mid-size motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company. The standard model was introduced in 1968 and produced through 1979. The "Special" cruiser model was introduced in 1978 and produced through 1985. The XS650 began with the 1955 Hosk SOHC 500 twin. After about 10 years of producing 500 twin, Hosk engineers designed a 650 cc twin. Later the Hosk was acquired by Showa Corporation, and in 1960 Yamaha had bought Showa with Hosk's early design of 650 cc twin.[1]

When the Yamaha XS 650 was launched in 1968 it had one of the most advanced engines in its class of large parallel twin motorcycles. The engine and gearbox are unit construction with the crankcase split horizontally for ease of assembly whereas almost all contemporaries in its class in 1968 are either unit construction with a vertically-split crankcase or pre-unit construction with separate engine and gearbox. The XS650's engine was used in AMA Professional Dirt Track Racing by national champion Kenny Roberts. In 1968 only the Laverda 750S, also launched that year, matched the XS 650's modernity of unit construction and SOHC valve operation.

matt machine said...

wow...thats an interesting comment above....

great post ayu .....

emil said...

The Shovelhead is an air-cooled, 45 degree, V-twin motorcycle engine manufactured from 1966 to 1984 by Harley-Davidson. Initial models had an engine displacement of 1,208 cc (74 cu in). After 1978, this was increased to 1,340 cc (82 cu in) for Harley's Big Twin bikes.


Customized Shovelhead Electra GlideThe "shovel" cylinder head represented an offshoot of the panhead design it replaced in 1966[1] but featured a slightly different look. The name was derived from the appearance of the rocker box covers. Because these covers bring to mind the head of coal shovels when inverted, the name shovelhead was a natural progression. The shovel engines powered Harleys up until the introduction of the Evolution engine in 1984, ending the reign of the "shovel" as enthusiasts frequently call these engines. The shovel engine does not have covers, per se, but rocker boxes and rocker arms which pivot on shafts. The design provided more than a unique look; it produced 10% more horsepower than the panhead engine which it replaced. From 1966 through 1969 the shovelhead kept the panhead style lower end. These early style shovelheads with the generator bottoms were often referred to as slabside shovels. From 1970 on the shovelheads used an alternator bottom often termed a cone shovel.

A number of third-party engine manufacturers produce custom Shovelhead-style engines, in a variety of bores, many much larger than the original design displacements. Each manufacturer includes upgrades to the original design to improve the performance and reliability while still providing the original styling and overall engine structure.

Greetings from Stuttgart, Germany

Matthias

> your blog is great - I like it very much - motorcycle-time in southern Germany starts in about 4-6 weeks, looking forward - right now its still winter time, wet and cold ;-)

Kai Vallon said...

Haha, *caution* this image may be too sexy *caution*
Looks like a fun day!

Hairy Larry said...

Some great 'atamadotcheese'...I know that's not spelled right...but I think I'll go with it. You two have a never ending parade of good friends from all over.
Yeah, that's some comment...Go Emil!

i love evo said...

i love this blog

menacing ayu said...

emil: thank you for the information and your comment :)

matt machine: thank you :)

Kai Vallon: hehehe

Hairy Larry: what's "atamadotcheese"?

i love evo: man, thank you!