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Old 07-01-2015, 09:20 PM   #1
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Old 07-01-2015, 09:25 PM   #2
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That's awesome
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Old 07-01-2015, 11:45 PM   #3
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Holy ! Talk about a fun daily, reminds me of the gsxr-4. I'd rock the out of either!
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That's pretty awesome.. Although it seems to make more noise than anything.
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Old 07-02-2015, 07:43 AM   #5
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if you listen closely it doesnt appear he even has a chance to run through the gears. That track is pretty short, he may be slipping the clutch in secind and may hit third but it doesnt sound like it.

Im building a buggy right now with a gsxr motor, and the hardest part was figuring out gear ratio, with 26" tires and a 14x 60 sprocket combo, 1st gear lasts 20 feet if that.
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if you listen closely it doesnt appear he even has a chance to run through the gears. That track is pretty short, he may be slipping the clutch in secind and may hit third but it doesnt sound like it.

Im building a buggy right now with a gsxr motor, and the hardest part was figuring out gear ratio, with 26" tires and a 14x 60 sprocket combo, 1st gear lasts 20 feet if that.
This is something I'd like to help work on
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This is something I'd like to help work on
Im about 80% done, when it gets hot I loose motivation.

I need to finish the rear axle asseblies, weld out the rear a arms, mount the radiator and wire it up.

Ive got a build thread in here somewhere.

The wife says i should go draw some on it, id probably spend more time on it.
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Im about 80% done, when it gets hot I loose motivation.

I need to finish the rear axle asseblies, weld out the rear a arms, mount the radiator and wire it up.

Ive got a build thread in here somewhere.

The wife says i should go draw some on it, id probably spend more time on it.
your wife's very clever lol , but anyhow if you ever need a hand just give me a shout bruh
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Old 07-02-2015, 09:51 AM   #9
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Im about 80% done, when it gets hot I loose motivation.

I need to finish the rear axle asseblies, weld out the rear a arms, mount the radiator and wire it up.

Ive got a build thread in here somewhere.

The wife says i should go draw some on it, id probably spend more time on it.
stock clutch and transmission? Always wondered about that...
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They've been doing it for years with ZX12 motors.... Busa engines as well





Or a V8 using ZX12 heads and bits....

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