Bad Occ Chopper Made

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  1. GeneFiorot

    GeneFiorot New Member

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    YOU Sir are a very rude fellow. If you spent any time here without wearing your apparent attitude on your shoulder you might have found that the guys here on this forum are a very nice bunch of fellow always with helpful and encouraging words for fellow members. The fact that you happen to be quite wrong about statements you have made regarding gasoline and have been corrected does not mean you have been flamed or any other such thing. Frankly you received the intelligent conversation you desired. I must say after telling people here they are talking **** indicated the type of person you are. And then calling others idiots because they not only don't agree with you but show you references on a subject that obviously far exceeds your knowledge base and indicates your lack of ability to have the intelligent conversation. As far as you getting an intelligent conversation here I suggest you change your approach or maybe the problem is you're missing a few screws like the clutch cover of your "rat" motor bike. .
     
  2. Retmachinist

    Retmachinist New Member

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    We are still all waiting for the pictures of this Super OCC Chopper build. We want to see if it is any different than the rest of our builds. I don't care how fast it goes, just want to see pics.

    John
     
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    Retmachinist New Member

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    Woops, I guess I missed a page there. I see the pics. Please don't tell me this is the one you have been bragging about.

    John
     
  4. rimotorbiker

    rimotorbiker New Member

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    sounds awesome cant wait to see it
     
  5. BrettMavriK

    BrettMavriK New Member

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    Time to take a look around this forum, Snake,
    and truly see the company you have so boastfully made yourself heard
    that surrounds you now.

    You may find it a very humbling experience...

    'BrettMavriK
     
  6. camlifter

    camlifter Active Member

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    snake, your a moron, your craftsmanship looks like hammered dog doo. high octane fuel burns slower and better resist detonation. your engine looks cleaner because more benzine and zylean are added to high test fuels to raise there octane raitings, which acts as a detergent. since it has a slower burn rate you can advance the timing giving a longer more compleat combustion cycle. low compression engines running higher than needed octane do not get better mpg. it's no big deal if you want to run high test but don't try to say it's better.
     
  7. matt167

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    gee, IDK, you tell me... I can put them back togther too as you can see

    and yes, that's a Turbocharger mounted there..
    just a few specs

    .030 over Ford 200 I6
    Speed Pro 2.3 HSC flat top pistions with chrome moly rings
    274/274 dururation, 4.95 lift cam
    yella terra full roller rockers 1.65 ratio
    JP performance billitt dual roller timing chain
    Cylinder head, from a '79 Mercury Zephyr, ford 302 intake springs used for intake and exh

    induction from a Holley 2300 and the turbo of course.. theres an intercooler in the front too.. ignition is a MSD 6 BTM control box, running on a Ford DSII distributor

    you not fooling anyone except yourself
     

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    sure, lets shoot the breeze on some race motors, like you claim to have built... and no copy pasting
     
  9. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    O.K. guys, I think he's had his fill of **** sandwich that he's made...extra ****, hold the bread.

    Yep, this one is done, say "Goodnight Gracie".

    I would like to thank those who clarified the octane statements, well said.
     
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