Torque Monster

KilroyCD

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I recently installed a new head that was worked on by Quenton. It was milled 70-thousandths and the combustion chamber had been finessed a bit. After riding it twice now, I have but three words to describe it: Oh my God!
That thing is now a torque monster. I swear it would climb a tree if it had the traction.
The accelleration only seems to show a modest improvement, but can it climb hills (with my fat carcass) now. I strongly suggest that any WC-1 or NE-5 owner look into having the head milled. You won't regret it. dance1
 

lennyharp

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Quenton did that for my Whizzer also. It really does help it's performance. He does really good work. I had him paint the cylinder fins black and it has been loads of fun to ride now. He worked on my bike back at Thanksgiving time but I only got it back up and going 2 weeks ago. My top end seems to have increased but not a lot. I was still breaking it in when i traded it to datz510 for his bike.
 

Whizzer Nut

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Hello, Quenton has the cylinder head off of my wifes 05 NE now. I have milled the heads on my other Whizzers, but I can't wait to see how much different it is with the combustion chamber work, versus just milling the head.