7075, 7076... Whatever It Takes

Don't know if this was worth the effort, but was in a chatty mood. Come along for the ride as I sort out a few little things on a Factory Scorpa. We'll do bad things, I promise.

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  • this video was surprisingly packed full of new info for me.

    ShepardIRLShepardIRLOrë më parë
  • Weld the extra material on the frame dumbass

    James MooneyJames Mooney4 orë më parë
  • What formula do you use for heat in a project while cutting metal down to hold a close tolerance?

    racebendsracebends4 orë më parë
  • Maybe helpful! I onced had a similar experience with a Renault Clio Sports car, I had just changed the pads but the owner complained that the brakes were spongy. Turns out that the pads I was given were the wrong type, so as soon as I changed the pads the problem was solved.

    Funny/Gaming 1Funny/Gaming 14 orë më parë
  • Somewhere there is a crusty old machinist with an eye patch and 4 fingers watching your videos then talking shit about how you aren’t a real machinist since you still have all 10 digits.

    BDP RacingBDP Racing5 orë më parë
  • Scorpa🤘🔥 Tony I have a new found respect for you.😂 We're more alike than I ever knew!!

    SHRED CTSHRED CT5 orë më parë
  • Hey guy, you fuck right off with that "UltraSonic Foot Peg Cleaner".......Subbed

    SleepnGruntSleepnGrunt5 orë më parë
  • you can test 7075 series of aluminum with calcium chloride solution, if it turns black or dark grey it's 7075. And for your extra bonus points if it's Magnesium use white vinegar and will also turn grey black bubbling. yes you can tig weld magnesium with the right filler and lots of argon.

    Gorden DGorden D7 orë më parë
  • "as you can see from the wear on the bolt hole, this'll probably get replaced sooner rather than later" Why not just make and press a delrin or brass bushing in? We do it all the time for old SU carburetors with steel throttle shafts. Years more service is left in those things

    Dat L24Dat L248 orë më parë
  • I just have to say here that the production value of your videos is quite impressive. So what were you in your former life, machine operator of film producer? You are definitely quite adept at both.

    JohnIn WayneNewJerseyJohnIn WayneNewJersey10 orë më parë
  • The first few seconds scared me quite a bit :-(

    ShamblerDKShamblerDK11 orë më parë
  • I literally flinched at the beginning when the part kicked back. Panic mode engaged.

    scoper49scoper4911 orë më parë
  • why would we design an aesthetic hole in something that is expressly a "guard" against ingress?

    jim ewokjim ewok11 orë më parë
    • '_'

      jim ewokjim ewok8 orë më parë
    • weight savings? :)

      This Old TonyThis Old Tony10 orë më parë
  • Ok ok I just went back to the old video to say i told you so in the comments lol because 30% of the time I am right every time. Xx

    ANDYMCNETANDYMCNET11 orë më parë
  • Man , that sense of humor ... love your videos :)

    Janos BalloJanos Ballo12 orë më parë
  • Just lol.

    James TJames T13 orë më parë
  • you coffee beker looks EXACTLY like mine.. im gone check if mine is still there. it has a chip missing at that same spot :) hehe

    joppe peelenjoppe peelen15 orë më parë
  • @thisoldtony I’ve a question and thought you would be the man to solve my problem

    Ciaran 9843Ciaran 984315 orë më parë
  • Talking hands...too weird.

    Hector HeathHector Heath16 orë më parë
  • Plenty a solvent Bake at 350 degrees for one hour More cleaning solvent and install problem solved Rotor saved

    Matthew FoxMatthew Fox17 orë më parë
  • If there was a concern about the weldability (is that a word?) of the footpeg, wouldn't a bead of weld on the point where the footpeg contacts the frame accomplish the same thing? Maybe harder to get access but it appears the frame is steel so...On the other hand, I paused the video to read the instruction placard on the ultrasonic footpeg cleaner... was NOT disappointed!

    majormindupmajormindup19 orë më parë
  • Beware... Extremely danger...

    VivekVivek20 orë më parë
  • Alumium just sounds wierd.. let's fix it . Say it alumiNium

    VivekVivek20 orë më parë
  • 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

    VivekVivek20 orë më parë
  • "Ultrasonic foot peg cleaner" :D

    JesusJesus21 orë më parë
  • 10:18 could you not have just scuffed it up abit and then superglue a bit of metal to it ? or brazed/soldered?

    firefox5926firefox5926Ditë më parë
  • 9:59 NOT THE KITTY

    firefox5926firefox5926Ditë më parë
  • At least you know your brake system is good.

    Richard BurnsedRichard BurnsedDitë më parë
  • Condescending gay..

    Miguel MorenoMiguel MorenoDitë më parë
  • I will pay you to cuss once in a vidja

    Logan AgeeLogan AgeeDitë më parë
  • Why not a single machinist here on AL-projects manufactures his own custom Lathe Chuck? "Time" is not a valid answer for the one who uses the lathe and mill as a hobby, are you able to make one? Without a jig grinder.

    nombre apellidonombre apellidoDitë më parë
  • With all these comments, several people probably already pointed out that the Loctite has bad long term effects on many plastics, PVC is among them I believe. It doesn't kick off where the threads (or shoulder) contact the bore ID, and it just sets there, eating away at the part. Hope it helps, and Congrats on the new toy!!

    Scott MarshallScott MarshallDitë më parë
  • A foot peg specific, ultrasonic cleanser. As if no other metal objects can go in there.

    Regular JoeRegular JoeDitë më parë
  • Let he who is without sin, cast the first non weldable foot peg.

    Steven HomanSteven HomanDitë më parë
  • What about rubber or neoprene back stops affixed with glue or what ever. That asymmetry would drive me nuts.

    Steven HomanSteven HomanDitë më parë
  • I feel sorry for those people who do not get your style of humor. They are not living life.

    guerro327guerro327Ditë më parë
  • Tony we have to see you ride trials!!!

    Pat WPat WDitë më parë
  • You need a t-shirt with "Extremely Danger!" on it. 8:58

    RiverMan RCRiverMan RCDitë më parë
  • Fyi, the usual causes of spongy brakes is usually air in the hydraulics, oil contamination, worn out master cylinder, or mechanical binding. I'm glad you replaced the problem with something you've been wanting ;)

    skytower309skytower309Ditë më parë
  • 0:19 Explains the fingernails.

    ClayZClayZDitë më parë