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1984 Kuwahara Pulsar rebuild thread

Old 05-09-15, 08:58 AM
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1984 Kuwahara Pulsar rebuild thread

I decided to post this thread just for fun, and to share my journey of this project with everyone here. Hope you enjoy reading it:
Few things to point out: This is my first complete bike tear down/rebuild, and I'm not a professional bike mechanic. On the flip side, the mechanics of bike components is not rocket science and all you need to do is invest some time and do your research on how to do things correctly. Having said that, I hope I don't eat my own words along the way!!

I've been a cyclist for many years, and recently got engaged. My fiance wanted to get into riding seeing how much I enjoy it and how it is a part of my life. I wasn't sure if she would get bitten by the cycling bug and didn't want to spend a lot of $$ on a new road bike only to find out it will spend most of it's time collecting dust in the garage, so I decided to get her a used bike first. It was a spur of the moment thing, but I came across a womens 1978 Raleigh Record Ace in need of some TLC. I ended up purchasing it and getting it back to great condition. I think that's when the vintage overhaul bug bit me! 1 Month later I found myself wanting to purchase a vintage bike that I would rebuild for myself, and use it as my training bike. Unlike many guys on the forum, I was looking for something heavier than my modern bikes. I love the "feel of steel" - the ride quality of a lugged steel frame just does it for me, not that Aluminum, Carbon, or Titanium is bad. Just my personal preference. So classic/old/vintage, however you look at it, that was the right choice for me. I found this 84 Kuwahara, it had what I was looking for, the correct size frame (52cm), a test ride around the parking lot, and it was going home with me.

I put a few miles on it last fall, not much, but I could tell mechanically it was in poor shape. I think I was more interested in disassembling it than riding it! So to start of with; here are the specs, and some pics...

1984 Kuwahare Pulsar - 12 speed - (Serial number indicates built in January 1984)
Lugged 4130 Chromoly steel frame
Suntour tube shifters
Suntour front & rear derailleurs
Sugino GT crank 52/42
Suntour 6 speed cassette
Dia-Comp 500 brakes
Artek brake levers
Ukai Rims with Suzue QR hubs
Nitto Olympiade bars

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Paint has a lot of chipping, decals are scratched and torn in some spots, and there is some rust pitting on some areas. The bike is 30 years old, and it was ridden hard, but not very well maintained. Lots of opportunity here for TLC.
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Looks good. I like the contrasting red on the head and seat tubes.
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The frame-set...

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Well? What else have you done to it? I'm eager to find out. Are you having fun?
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As of now, it is fully disassembled, tore it down to the last nut and bolt. Waiting for my paint to arrive, and I will start stripping the 30 year old paint. After that, it will be a new coat of paint, decals, and reassembly.
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Once I had the entire bike disassembled, I found out just how much work it needed, not that I mind. Seems the previous owner, or owners put a lot of miles on it over the past 30 years, but did not keep up with regular maintenance. All bearings and bearing contact points show a lot of wear and pitting.

The rear brakes...


Had some fun with my buffing wheel...


all cleaned up...




The brake pads in these photos are the original pads, they will be replaced with new ceramic pads before final assembly.

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Here are some Before / After pics of the Suntour tube-shifters...







and the derailleurs...





And the rear...



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Nice work, love the dissassembled pictures. So shiny.
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Thanks for the update. How are you painting? Airbrush? Nice before & afters.
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Originally Posted by tyler_fred View Post
Looks good. I like the contrasting red on the head and seat tubes.
thanks, when I paint it, I'll keep the red, but I'm thinking of changing the black to white.
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Originally Posted by Velocivixen View Post
Thanks for the update. How are you painting? Airbrush? Nice before & afters.
HVLP Spraygun, same as what you would use on a car, but smaller for smaller projects. I do have a air brush, but the container for the paint is small so even a bike frame would take several refills, and I don't want to be refilling the airbrush in the middle of the pain job itself. The spraygun is more ideal for this type of painting.
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That's a lot of BLING. I have a Harbor Freight polisher/buffer, but there's no way I could shine up that much eye candy.
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Today I took apart the wheel hubs. Apparently they were not serviced on a regular basis. The ball bearings have scratches and are anything but smooth, just like the bearing cones, which show a good amount of ware and are pitted. Luckily the hub cups are in good shape and don't need to be replaced.
Got new bearings and cones for the front and rear hubs.
Here is one of the old cones, the wear is the same on all the cones...




the Bottom bracket was just as bad, so I purchased a new one.
here is a pic of the old and new...



The adjustable and fixed cups had pitting also, so I purchased a new TANGE cup/BB set from my LBS.
Wish I could use the original, it's chromed and has the Kuwahara logo on it, but it's seen better days, here is the old and new:



Bellow is the new bottom end that will be going into the frame bracket.


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Originally Posted by tyler_fred View Post
That's a lot of BLING. I have a Harbor Freight polisher/buffer, but there's no way I could shine up that much eye candy.
Thanks! That's what I like about the vintage bikes, they had a lot of chromed or polished parts, so if you put in the time and effort, you can really make the parts shine. The entire bike "pops" out at you, and it makes for a nice contrast. Allows the vintage bike to stand out in a field of new bikes.
Funny you mentioned Harbor Freight, I have one of their 6" buffers/polishers. But I start with metal polish paste, and do 2 coats by hand to get the surface layers of oxidation off the parts. Then I follow up with some time on the buffer using white or brown compound, depending on the type of metal I'm buffing. I'll post more pics as I get the components cleaned up.

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Originally Posted by MrB67 View Post
HVLP Spraygun, same as what you would use on a car, but smaller for smaller projects. I do have a air brush, but the container for the paint is small so even a bike frame would take several refills, and I don't want to be refilling the airbrush in the middle of the pain job itself. The spraygun is more ideal for this type of painting.
What spraygun are you going to use and what paint? Haven't painted a bike in years, but am thinking about it.

edit: I like the black. It's really nice with the red. But, white will be good, too. Or an ivory or eggshell.

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Originally Posted by desconhecido View Post
What spraygun are you going to use and what paint? Haven't painted a bike in years, but am thinking about it.

edit: I like the black. It's really nice with the red. But, white will be good, too. Or an ivory or eggshell.
I suppose it comes down to personal preference, but I never was a fan of black bikes. Just does not do anything for me, now on a car... that's a different story, but not on a bike, not for me at least, but that's just me. I'm still debating, but narrowed it down to White as the main color, with red accents, or the opposite: red as the main color with white accents. I might have a few black thin lines to border the accents, anyway, we'll see how creative I get. I also ordered a new decal set for the bike and the letters are black, so white and red with black lettering should have a nice contrast.
As for the spraygun : I have 2, both Central Pneumatic from Harbor Freight, nothing fancy. Not the best for a car paint job, but for a bike frame, they are perfect. As for the paint, I'm going with House of Kolor automotive paint. Probably Snowhite pearl and Brandywine Kandy Red, followed by a clear coat. Looking forward to that part of the project!!

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Next in line is the Suntour cassette. I decided at the beginning of this rebuild to replace all the ball bearings, so the cassette was next. It turned out to be one part of the drive-train that was in good shape and not worn out like the chainrings. After soaking in some grease remover and a scrub-down with a hard nylon brush it's nice and shiny. Put in new bearings and repacked with grease...

here it is disassembled...


and here cleaned up and repacked...


Also, was wondering what you think:
should I go with the break levers that it came with...


or the old school double break levers...


the double break levers would look sharp after a visit to the buffer/polisher. What do you guys/gals think?
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Originally Posted by MrB67 View Post
Also, was wondering what you think:
should I go with the break levers that it came with...


or the old school double break levers...


the double break levers would look sharp after a visit to the buffer/polisher. What do you guys/gals think?
Are those Dia Compe aero levers with the springs inside? If so, I like those levers, I like the way they look, I like the way they work. Those Dia Compe 500 brakes are pretty good, in my opinion, for single pivot side pull brakes of that vintage. I have some similar brakes, but a bit later, maybe 87 or so, and I like them for what they are. The ones I have are Labeled Royal Gran Compe 500, or something similar. A touch more modern in appearance and they take cartridge pads, but they work very well with the Aero levers, are easy to setup and center.

The safety levers, on the other hand, I never liked. Didn't seem to have enough travel to get good braking before they ran into the bars -- even with very true wheels and with pads close to the rims.
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Originally Posted by desconhecido View Post
Are those Dia Compe aero levers with the springs inside? If so, I like those levers, I like the way they look, I like the way they work. Those Dia Compe 500 brakes are pretty good, in my opinion, for single pivot side pull brakes of that vintage. I have some similar brakes, but a bit later, maybe 87 or so, and I like them for what they are. The ones I have are Labeled Royal Gran Compe 500, or something similar. A touch more modern in appearance and they take cartridge pads, but they work very well with the Aero levers, are easy to setup and center.

The safety levers, on the other hand, I never liked. Didn't seem to have enough travel to get good braking before they ran into the bars -- even with very true wheels and with pads close to the rims.

I suppose there are a lot of variables for the double brake levers working good. I'm still undecided, both have their own good points and bad points. The aero levers that came with this bike when I bought it performed terribly, which is why I'm thinking of swapping them for the double break levers.
If I decide to stick with the more modern look, then I will definitely swap those for something better, not kidding when I say they perform like garbage.
As for the double break levers, I had them on my old 10 speed back when I was in high school and never had a problem. Performance was always good, not so much when riding on the hoods, but on the top bar, always a strong clamp on the rims. The other reason I'm thinking of swapping to dual break leavers is last fall I did a restoration on my fiance's Raleigh Record Ace touring bike, it has the double break leavers. They are amazing, feel like disk brakes, anything more than half of a full pull to the bars and the rear wheel locks up. So that's my reason for the double break lever consideration, plus they are from that era, so it would not look out of place. But I'm still debating. We shall see... I just purchased some Dia-Comp brake pads, so I'll install them and might do a test ride with the aero leavers, and then try the doubles, see which works best.
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Another update, got some new parts and cleaned up some old ones:


The original chewed up chain rings, this was typical of both rings:




got some new Sugino chain-rings for replacement, same size 52/42:



Spent an afternoon with my buffer/polisher on some parts to clean them up:
part of the head set...






One down, one to go...



Seat-post was scratched up pretty bad, don't know how the old owner got scratches that deep.



Took a bit of time and compound to buff them out, still not perfect, but a big improvement.
The bottom of the post still needs more work, but it's looking much better...

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The Handlebars and goose neck...





I tried to buff out as much of the 2 big gouges on the bars as I could, but they are really deep,
but still better than before...



Last where the crank arms...



These took the longest, but well worth the effort,
the chainring arm still has some scratches at the top, which I will work on some more
and once done, I will go over all the parts with some Turtle Wax metal cleaner which leaves
a protective wax coating so they don't tarnish as fast.






That's all for now, but more to come soon.
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Sorry everyone, here in southwest Texas cycling season and weather is in full swing, and lasts through January, so I've been busy putting miles on my other rides and not doing much with the Kuwahara. Will post more on the build up later in the fall (probably)
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So.... After a long, long, LONG break I'm back at it. Need to finish what I started. Wanted to show the hubs. The buffer did a good job bringing them back to life. And the Ukai rims too. I have new stainless steel spokes and red nipples for the wheel rebuild.

Before the buffer

After, much better.
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