Harbor freight. Works good so far. Needs a wheel chock as the factory clamp won't work on my bike. Goes up and down nice, will get use soon with some brake and tire swaps. And a buddy needs a chain and sprocket swap so I offered the labor
Super clean before the ride yesterday. Buffed out the scratches in the tank, coated it all with some good wax, cleaned rims, clean and lube chain, etc etc etc. I feel like you can eat off this thing usually when I get done cleaning due to some OCD lol
For drag, nothing beats an air shifter. Co2 or compressed air. Some run a quick shifter but that requires a foot up before the 1-2 shift and that can be difficult if you are really launching hard etc. Not much better than a push button shift via air for the strip.
Only reason I even brought it up is Brock talks about them in his episode where he puts in ceramic bearings. I have heard they are night and day difference, and for the price they better be!
At least I didn't ask about brake pad chamfering lol
My welder uses a jig and / or shims to get it centered and as perfect as possible. If you look at the center piece, it looks pretty centered etc. I know some guys aren't as picky and just weld them together with no regard for symmetry etc, but the good ones who have done a few should be good.