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Described simply, a tankslapper is rapid oscillations of your front wheel, caused by a bump in the road that suddenly generates lots of energy. You may get a 'slapper from landing a wheelie crossed-up, or by gassing hard over some painted chevrons, cats-eyes, or just down a bumpy back lane.
O we wanted to throw out a cool tech article for the home shop mechanic this month since this is where so much of the scene is coming from today. We l r decided that there would be no better place to go for a how to on hardtailing a Sporty than to the cats at Led Sled Customs. Pat and his crew will be installing one of their two inch hardtail kits for us here. More importantly, they will be doing this to show that you can do it at home without the benefit of a fancy frame jig. By following along as they chop a '95 Sportster for a customer, you can learn the tricks of the trade from them. The Led Sled Sporty kit comes complete with an oil tank and battery tray that have been pre-mounted. Additionally it comes with a rear fender, complete mounting brackets, an axle and pre-welded adjusters. The tools you will need to get this job done are a sawzall, hammer and wood block, Tig welder, grinder and deburring tool. Well, of course it would also help to have all the basics and a shop manual...
Meyers hood you have cats like Buttas, Cabbage and Tony Baggadonutts that continually amaze the biking circles with their builds and far-out rides. The latter two made a crosscountry trip last year, with several others, on old iron, rigid frame choppers. These men eat, sleep and breathe simple, bare bones motorcycles. So these cats, like many of the aforementioned aren't going together a few hardcore rigids for local boys as are a couple other individuals. Yours truly puts on about four events a year called Black Sunday so the local cats can ride in and show off their newest parts. Though this area isn't known for hardcore choppers, it does have a tremendous amount of older, stock Harleys, as witnessed each fall at OB's in Deland. You can check out this gathering of gray beards and young bloods every second Sunday of November.
If you ve ever owned a fast car, you'll know all about de-cat pipes. Cars were Landed with the power-sapping lumps of transition metal-coated ceramics in their exhaust pipes decades ago. And they soon realised that replacing the catalyst section in the exhaust of their Mitsubishi Evo Audi RS4 Nissan Micra liberated a stack of power for almost free. Now cats are 'in' on bikes, it's time for us to do the same. This piece of Yoshi performance art swaps out for the stock cat box on a Suzuki GSX-R1000, dumping nearly 3kg and boosting bhp, especially in the midrange. It's stealthy, well-made and won't I cripple your wallet too much.
Bstill remember the first time I hit the scene. Being from a small town in the northeast, it was hardly the grand illusions I had of what might be happening in LA or New York but it was a scene, man. The cats there were like a perfect mixture of Zane Grey characters and cartoons. I can also remember the uneasy feeling of not knowing the right things to say or do in those unfamiliar surroundings. Many times I sat in the corner and kept my mouth shut, but that first time was something special in itself. The bikes were incredible, almost like a rolling show and the rough edged men with their sultry companions, complete with eighties-styled hair and clothing, in tow. It was like my mind was reading a story about all of it as it was happening. My nerves twitched with sensory overload in what I thought could break out in a violent clash or a hellatious party at any moment. It was unreal and just a few feet away from the door where on the other side the straights lived. They knew nothing...
September 2010 gave us the opportunity to show our readers a build from the cats at Papa Clutch Customs. Until this time, they had been doing some nice stuff, they had been a Sucker Punch dealer out of Iowa but hadn't really broke out with their own groove yet. When we pulled M into Daytona and saw this rail they had just finished, it was appar-I ent that they were ready to rock. Just like it says, forty acres long and a Shovel to boot. It had all the right parts and was just pretty enough to make it cool with- out being gaudy, a truly great first offering that led to the bike ou can also see in a full feature
A lot of cool cats in our favorite blues bar, the Alley, Dark, Smokey Blues that touch you where you yearn to be touched. If you know what I mean This Old Sanford jewel has a unique cozy old time feeling of a 1930's tavern with a soulful moody created by real blues musicians performing live. Great atmosphere, signs aligning the walls or your partners body Always a great time at the alley located 114 S. Park Avenue, Sanford, FL 32771 407-328-4848
It turns lap times roughly comparable to the best of them, but it's as civilized, user-friendly and quiet as a Civic when you want it to be. An apartment dweller in a building full of angry women with cats could ride it to work the night shift with no complaints from the cats. The seat's fine even two-up, controls and levers fall readily (and silkily) to hand, nobody complains about the ergonomic layout, the engine runs buttery-smooth all the way up to where it makes 155 horsepower, with a strong clutch and monster midrange that make it dragstrip-junkie Canet's darling. The gearbox works perfectly, the mirrors are clear, parts are available everywhere and guys who've been to art school even admire the CBR's design. Then there's the advanced ABS a thing we all love when it's wet, chilly and downhill not to mention a headlight worthy of a Newport Beach PD helicopter when it's also dark. There's nothing not to like. It's no DN-01, of course, but Overall, it's a shame the CBR's quiet...
Anyway, we pull up to a red light and I try to keep ignoring him. I just want to enjoy the day. So, he begins revving, and revving, then blasting his engine up around redline. It sounds like someone tazering a burlap sack full of cats, raccoons and your ex-wife after she's discovered your bike purchase. At this point, I notice the police cruiser sitting in the parking lot across the intersection. I try signalling the idiot
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