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Old 03-29-2010, 01:30 PM   #1
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Smile Moriwaki lower.

Hey all, I have recently bought a Moriwaki style lower, but have no brackets.
Could I ask those who have one to post pics/drawings/anything helpful, so that I can fabricate some and get it fitted?
Much appreciated, Jonesey.
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Old 03-29-2010, 01:45 PM   #2
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Sorry Jonesey, I'll do it tomorrow...
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Old 03-29-2010, 01:55 PM   #3
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That's quite alright Gilly, our forum is broken!!!
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And then the logical question becomes: "Why'd'ya break it then?"
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When I say "our forum", what I mean is our USUAL forum.
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Posting to this 7 year old thread on the off chance that someone can post pictures and details/sizes/specs of the brackets. I'm in the same situation as the OP having bought a moriwaki-style pan but no brackets.

Thanks to anyone in advance for your help!

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I will attempt to help with pictures.....
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I will attempt to help with pictures.....
Thank you! I'm really at a loss as to how to approach this - the guy I bought the pan from gave me a hand drawn picture of how he used to fabricate them but it's really not clear enough for me to do anything with, so pictures, measurements, anything else would be fantastic.

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Posting to this 7 year old thread on the off chance that someone can post pictures and details/sizes/specs of the brackets. I'm in the same situation as the OP having bought a moriwaki-style pan but no brackets.

Thanks to anyone in advance for your help!

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https://japan.webike.net stocks the Moriwaki belly pan for the Storm'. I'm getting a qoote + pictures of brackets for the pan (since my belly pan is a direct copy of the Moriwaki pan). I'll report back if the brackets are not suitable. If I don't post back, assume that the brackets https://japan.webike.net stock for the Moriwaki pan also work for a rip-off Moriwaki pan
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https://japan.webike.net stocks the Moriwaki belly pan for the Storm'. I'm getting a qoote + pictures of brackets for the pan (since my belly pan is a direct copy of the Moriwaki pan). I'll report back if the brackets are not suitable. If I don't post back, assume that the brackets https://japan.webike.net stock for the Moriwaki pan also work for a rip-off Moriwaki pan
Ok so the belly pan I have is not an exact replica of the Moriwaki pan, but it's fairly close. By flipping some of the brackets around I was able to get the pan to fit with all brackets except the rear-left bracket, which doesn't line up with the bolt hole on my belly pan.

However, my belly pan sits too close to the lower-right area of the exhaust header/pipe and started burning - I need to cut a hole out in that area before remounting it.
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Could you post info on this bracket? I am in a similar situation. Thanks!
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Ok so the belly pan I have is not an exact replica of the Moriwaki pan, but it's fairly close. By flipping some of the brackets around I was able to get the pan to fit with all brackets except the rear-left bracket, which doesn't line up with the bolt hole on my belly pan.

However, my belly pan sits too close to the lower-right area of the exhaust header/pipe and started burning - I need to cut a hole out in that area before remounting it.
Funny. Just seeing this thread now. I had the same pan on my first, new VTR in 1998, it also burned an exhaust hole in the side, so I had to take a dremil and "fab' it. :-)
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Funny. Just seeing this thread now. I had the same pan on my first, new VTR in 1998, it also burned an exhaust hole in the side, so I had to take a dremil and "fab' it. :-)

Burn hole, my mounts are just a small piece of aluminum channel, I can try to get you a pic shortly
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