We have been showing you some cool videos recently shot by a guy named Allen Millyard in England. This dude creates wild, factory-looking custom motorcycles in his little garage and shed and he does it all basically by hand. In this video we see him take a couple sets of Kawasaki Z1 four cylinder jugs and make a six cylinder set for an engine he is custom creating. The process is fascinating, cool, and something that he makes look really easy but certainly isn’t.
Millyard is a hot rodder of the highest level and his medium is motorcycles. From building a 5-liter V-twin engine and riding it around on a custom chassis to doing stuff like this, he always has neat ideas and has the time, the guile, and the knowledge to make them all work. It’s all so simple on paper, right? Cut some stuff up, weld it back together, and just go ahead and make it perfect so that they fit onto a block you also modified. No sweat! We love his videos because they are really step by step trips through the process of his many, many builds.
We’re going to keep following this one and frankly, having seen this part of the process we should probably show you how he modified the block, tomorrow. Right? Smart guy with basic tools and a really awesome approach. What’s not to love here?