Last night was body work night. I should have used a normal sized spreader instead of the small one for the side of the tank. I didn't take a picture after I sanded but I do need to add another thin layer. More body work tonight.
So the primer lifted on the entire left side of the tank. A little disappointed at myself but I haven't done body work like this in almost 15 years. So a little extra time sanding and cleaning before shooting another coat of primer. Hoping to do a light sanding then spray the first layer of color. Fairing was prepped for primer last night and the side covers were painted. I think one will have to be reshot because I think theres a run in the paint.
And I'm gonna design a third cluster since I'm not gonna run the Suzuki dual gauge.
Just a friendly pointer here - when making things out of metal, never leave sharp inside corners (see red circles). These are stress risers and cracks will develop. A better method would be to drill a hole and cut tangent to the hole, leaving a smooth inside radius. Good job getting the bike running!
'81 KZ-750 E2
'86 Suzuki Savage 650