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Old 11-13-2013, 11:45 AM
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Finished installing the new snake pipe today and took her out test run and comparison to the sick bike parts chamber. The Snake Pipe is like Anaconda, OOOOOWWWWWEEEEEE instant full range increase of power to the tune of like 30 percent more Unbelievable. Its like I put my Fred Tight case racing engine on . Simply phenomenal, no engine I ever ran , runs like this.I'll go as to say no more SBP chambers for this streetracer. As fast this engine rev one time out I know it'll kiss 9500+ , it was getting dark and I don't have Dash lights YET!
That is great news! For now I'll have to stick with the SBP pipe, I cant imagine what Arrow would ask for that snake pipe if they ever sold it separately. Oh and you might want to invest in some more tires, I have a feeling you'll be going through some rear rubber pretty quick!


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Old 11-13-2013, 01:10 PM
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Thanks Map. Will do.

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Old 11-13-2013, 01:43 PM
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Right on SGT, & Map!! you know what pisses me off are the ones who say.."Oh that was written 200 years ago it doesn't apply today" They are not concerned for the "public safety " as they preach they are concerned for their own safety when folks figure them out for what they really are

That pure BS it applies more today than it did back then. They want to try to ban all private gun ownership because they know when we find out just how bad they have been screwing us they know what next and the only way to prevent that from happening is to try to disarm the citizen.

A Selectman at a local town meeting around here suggested having the police do "random inspections " to make sure gun owners have their guns locked away properly . When asked why don't they do that to the illegal gun owners they said and I quote "You cant expect us to go busting down every door of people we think might illegally has a gun do you?"

The guy said no I guess you will only kick in the doors of the folks you know have them legally right..the room cheered the citizen speaking. and the selectman well... he had nothing to say after that.

I can not or, will not rather... go to the town meetings anymore I'm afraid of how I will react if they try to silence me like they do so many who don't agree with them & that would get ugly real fast !

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Right on Brother...................................!

so many seem to froget the phrase that means the most in America and what made it great.

'"We the People"

Not we the government...!

"And thats all I got-ta say about thay-yat"



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Old 11-13-2013, 02:07 PM
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Map if you get a chance go up and re read it, I edited that last post to reflect the truth in a better light!
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Old 11-13-2013, 02:37 PM
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Thanks Map. Will do.

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Trey, you're very welcome

An NT carb with a main jet soldered up and redrilled with either a #73 or #72 wire gauge bit has always worked great for me here at 1242Ft above sea level where I live, I always try to run an exhaust that flows very good, they are loud but its either loud and power or quiet and slow, personally I prefer Fast and Loud over slow and quiet.
Fast and Quite would be nice but I have never been able to make that happen with any of my china girls or any other small engine I have ever built for that matter, 4 smokers and 2 smokers.

Heres a good deal on a NT speed carb if the RT is a bit more than you want to spend at this time, in my opinion the RT is the best as far as response and low end power increase, but I have had excellent results with the NT carbs and have had my bike running well over 40MPH with the little NT carb.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/48cc-gas-Mot...item258400f757

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Old 11-14-2013, 01:43 AM
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I rode to the postoffice and shipped more cdis and then I'd planed on making a speed run but it was just to cold to run that hard today. I didn't buy it from Arrow Dan. JNMotors sell it also but it requires major mods and welding. But its worth it!!!!
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Old 11-14-2013, 02:10 AM
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I rode to the postoffice and shipped more cdis and then I'd planed on making a speed run but it was just to cold to run that hard today. I didn't buy it from Arrow Dan. JNMotors sell it also but it requires major mods and welding. But its worth it!!!!
Thanks! I don't weld but have friends that do Actually Im going to have them teach me over the winter hopefully to get some welding skills back. Heck last time I welded was in High School lol.

Which motor did you get? I placed a thread in the Heads and cylinder section about possibly trying Arrows "Big Block" power cylinder combo, looks like the ticket but what do I know lol. I have the ability to port but I cant notch out a cylinder like that.

Or did you get a Fred motor? Geez Im forgetful. rogergendron1 made a couple good comments about it but if you have that cylinder Id care to know what you think.

So many choices, so little money....lol.

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Old 11-14-2013, 03:18 AM
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I rode to the postoffice and shipped more cdis and then I'd planed on making a speed run but it was just to cold to run that hard today. I didn't buy it from Arrow Dan. JNMotors sell it also but it requires major mods and welding. But its worth it!!!!
How much do you sell the cdi's for?
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Old 11-14-2013, 02:37 PM
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Picked up some cool looking bars for a couple bucks and tried them on last night and took it for a ride this morning. It feels good but I need more than a 5 minute ride to really comment. These bars are just ever so slightly thinner than the throttle, brake and clutch can squeeze down to so I added some white medical tape temporarily to get them to clamp down. I also added a washer by the clutch stem to reduce the rattle.





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Old 11-14-2013, 02:44 PM
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Sadly, I took Dorathy for a final ride then emptied the tank and drained the carb.

With the colder weather and my job in retail, the windows of opportunity and good weather won't intersect much until spring.
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