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Old 11-17-2013, 12:29 AM
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Rode to the store in stock the house for this STDs since it's going to rain the next three days and that means the operation again operation plants plants Fred motor boob hahahahahahaha BBOOOOhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha


Sorry, but I usually know what to say.............just need a little help with this one...........anybody????
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Old 11-17-2013, 01:10 AM
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Sorry, but I usually know what to say.............just need a little help with this one...........anybody????
Hehe, I was thinking the same, I think it was a trip to the store for beer...I think...just saying...
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Old 11-17-2013, 01:18 AM
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Rode to the store in stock the house for this STDs since it's going to rain the next three days and that means the operation again operation plants plants Fred motor boob hahahahahahaha BBOOOOhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
Dang it HuffyD you went over me on this one also....... sometimes I think you do this for the fun of it because you know we are digging deep to figure out exactly what it is your getting at......lol!

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Old 11-17-2013, 06:57 AM
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So just ran a 30 mile trek overnight. Both my bike and my friends equipped with SBP expansion chambers. Unfortunately I forgot about a stripped exhaust stud hole.... soooo I had a sweet exhaust leak for 60% of the trip. Time to get ANOTHER cylinder body.... damnit.
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Old 11-17-2013, 08:10 AM
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So just ran a 30 mile trek overnight. Both my bike and my friends equipped with SBP expansion chambers. Unfortunately I forgot about a stripped exhaust stud hole.... soooo I had a sweet exhaust leak for 60% of the trip. Time to get ANOTHER cylinder body.... damnit.
Just drill it and insert a M6x1.00 heli coil/ thread insert and you'll be better than n w.

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Old 11-17-2013, 08:15 AM
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I actually cancelled ordering it. I might be a touch slow. My motor has 1000 miles on it or a touch more. Its clutch bearings how like ****. And like i mentioned.... needs a cylinder. So! I happen to have a brand new fred motor in my basement. Stuffed crank special head bla blah killer engine. Anyways i wasnt using it yet because the intake and mikuni carb do not fit in my frame.

I had a light bulb flick on then! Use my offset intake and nt "speed" carb. May not go 50mph but its balanced and stuffed with all the trimmings. Itll still boogie!

Ill update this situation as i go
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Old 11-17-2013, 02:14 PM
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I actually cancelled ordering it. I might be a touch slow. My motor has 1000 miles on it or a touch more. Its clutch bearings how like ****. And like i mentioned.... needs a cylinder. So! I happen to have a brand new fred motor in my basement. Stuffed crank special head bla blah killer engine. Anyways i wasnt using it yet because the intake and mikuni carb do not fit in my frame.

I had a light bulb flick on then! Use my offset intake and nt "speed" carb. May not go 50mph but its balanced and stuffed with all the trimmings. Itll still boogie!

Ill update this situation as i go
The RT dellorto clone carb will still likely get you to 50mph no problem with the right gearing , I've done 45+mph with an NT carb and a 34T rear sprocket, im gonna tey a 30T rear with my current set up and see if I can still pull the mall hills around here ok, if I can tha will be a nice set up for me and im just running a well ported dax balanced lower build and not a high dollar Fr d engine like you have.

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Old 11-17-2013, 02:34 PM
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Old 11-18-2013, 04:18 AM
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Rode to work a couple days back, it was 34 degrees in the morning and 32 degrees on the way home. Brrr.

What was interesting is my headlamp starting flickering and then losing power on my way home. 25 mph in near darkness makes you feel like your really zooming along lol. Note to self, have back up headgear light tucked away in backpack.
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Old 11-18-2013, 06:10 AM
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Took out the new build for a run or two for running in fun. Runs pretty hot and won't rev too high yet. Hoping it's just a tight build. Yeah, that's all it'll be - nice and simple.
Tried my hand at masking up some flames in prep for an upcoming paint job. Can't wait to get that done, but want to sort any issues before paint happens.
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