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Old 04-10-2006, 08:09 PM   #41
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one what, an old school cafe racer?
I just bought a set of heads off of ebay ($36 including shipping) , I am gonna mil 'em to the factory race specs:icon_bigg
I am still looking for the seat pan I need, but might end up just making one, I also have the .040 sheet metal needed to make the pipes on the silver bike and have the full directions of what size is needed for each section via the suzuki race prep book directions. Ought to be a fun project, it even tells how to port the cylinders for more power to combine with the pipes. I am waiting on a decent price for rings and gasket set to show up on ebay.
I still havent had time to see what the suzuki dealer can get, I hear they still have the points and condensors available
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Old 04-10-2006, 08:20 PM   #42
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Excellent I owned one of those bikes when I was a teenager. I think mine had Titan written on the side covers. It was white though. I really thought I was stylin back in those days. It was fun. Left it parked one Holloween and came back and someone had spread cottage cheese all over it. LOL
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Old 04-11-2006, 02:57 PM   #44
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Scooter, sell me that bike.

I have buddy making a 9 sec Kawa H1 drag bike. two strokers are the .


and if you dont want to sell it to me, a good thread on making expansion chambers.


http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...ighlight=water

But scoot, you realy should sell it to me, I need a bike for this summer, bad, just for one ride (then I will sell it back), and the guy that organizing it would dig this otu of that smoke-tard.
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home hydro forming!!!!!!! WOW 25bar = 362 psi, pretty cool
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the knowledge of true hot rodders is mighty valuable, all kinds of tech articles on the jalopy journal.
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home hydro forming!!!!!!! WOW 25bar = 362 psi, pretty cool
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that is freaking awesome! sumbitch that is cool as can be!
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Scooter, sell me that bike.

I have buddy making a 9 sec Kawa H1 drag bike. two strokers are the .


and if you dont want to sell it to me, a good thread on making expansion chambers.


http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...ighlight=water

But scoot, you realy should sell it to me, I need a bike for this summer, bad, just for one ride (then I will sell it back), and the guy that organizing it would dig this otu of that smoke-tard.
pm me, lets talk about this two stroke power.
I have the factory manual on how to prep it to 1969 race team stats, I am sure we could do more with the technology of today, , there are no reeds in this motor, I wonder if it would like turboneum boostage?
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