What you made would work for my application but no time to fabricate one. That is why I was trying to find one to buy. Too many projects going at once. I drag race pro bikes, snowmobiles, boats, anything fast. Thanks for the reply if you hear of anything let me know.
Thanks guys, i ended up staying up late last night and have my template made. Dave at CP talked me into it and has told me what i need to do. I do have one question. Should i make my aluminum plate out of 1/4 inch or what would be best? Thanks for the responses. You all have been a big help.Your going to be stuck with the deep fiberglass one if you dont want to fab something up. I think GS Marine has the mold for that piece, if not he knows where to get one.
Only needs to be 1/8th inch, or .125 thick. I've made them from .250 and .200 aluminum before, my current deal is .200 thick. If your mounting your steering tube on it, with the berkeley cut out, you may want to go with a minimum of .200 to reduce flex IMO. A pump brace is also in order, you won't have the extra support of the transom adapter.
As far as the pump brace pics..do a search for" let's see your pump braces" there is a few threads that come up. I'd do a link if I knew how.Thanks for the input, I am going to go to 1/4 inch aluminum. Do you have any pics showing pump braces. I am also going to weld a plate on the inside of the transom plate for the steering tube to make the same thickness of a stock berkeley cover. Thanks Tom Z Racing