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Old 02-02-2011, 03:53 PM   #21
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600+ h.p. pro street bike. Stock shift shafts. Bike never had a shifting or transmission failure. Bike went 7.26@ 197.45. 1/8 mile 4.82@ 162.39. Another one for ya... people buy lower case studs. Has anybody ever broke a stock lower case bolt? I see absolutely no problem buying or using them. I just question needing them. Good luck with the build. I put my hands on the multi stage. I have a stock cylinder but I'm trying to get my +3mm cylinder from Richie rich's house.
Whats up Colt?....

Glad you made it over here to the madness....

Oh and good luck with Rich.......
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IMO there was nothing wrong with this motor. He faked the 2nd gear shift problem just to get the 1441 build!
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Robert, post up the rest of the pics lazy ....

Put some of Joe's Engine team pics up also...
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IMO there was nothing wrong with this motor. He faked the 2nd gear shift problem just to get the 1441 build!

Actually he was scared after he saw what my 750 could do out at Mexico and had to turn tails and run..... I personally, never heard his transmission make a sound...
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Actually he was scared after he saw what my 750 could do out at Mexico and had to turn tails and run..... I personally, never heard his transmission make a sound...
that could be true
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600+ h.p. pro street bike. Stock shift shafts. Bike never had a shifting or transmission failure. Bike went 7.26@ 197.45. 1/8 mile 4.82@ 162.39. Another one for ya... people buy lower case studs. Has anybody ever broke a stock lower case bolt? I see absolutely no problem buying or using them. I just question needing them. Good luck with the build. I put my hands on the multi stage. I have a stock cylinder but I'm trying to get my +3mm cylinder from Richie rich's house.
slow down there Colt!!!!!!!!! Im trying to get your +3mm from Richie for myself. He dont want to give it up. Guess I have to wait until hes drunk and then show him the money
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I sure could use that gen 1 stock or +3.

The second issue was real. The suspected loss of HP due to engine damage may have been made up. I think it was all in the auto tune. Oh well.
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Colt can get you a gen 1 stock cylinder. there are a TON of them floating around Houston. Im sure Gooch may have one
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Man...look at that Motley Crew.....

Where did you find these hired guns to build your race motor?




Looks like you brought in at least one "ringer"....
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You get a look at that dumbass with the air ratchet in his hand working on the floor .

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Seemed like a good deal to me
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Man...look at that Motley Crew.....

Where did you find these hired guns to build your race motor?




Looks like you brought in at least one "ringer"....
Yes, i was there!
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Righty tighty, lefty loosey right?

I hope I can fit all those parts back in there somewhere...
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Righty tighty, lefty loosey right?

I hope I can fit all those parts back in there somewhere...
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Listen to JoeBusa . He knows .
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I always have left over parts. They over engineer these things anyway. You know how Asians are.
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