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Old 01-14-2006, 12:50 PM   #1
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Any recomendations on someone local that does motor work? I'm interested in a big bore kit on my busa.
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Old 01-14-2006, 02:14 PM   #2
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Thanks Arturo!
I've done quite a few Busa motors. The last sort of mild build up I did on one dyno'd out at 196 rwhp. Mind you that was a fairly mild build up.
The highest number I've gotten with a normally aspirated Busa was 223 rwhp, but it was a beast.
You can actually pick up quite a bit more power with your bike without boring it and for a fraction of the cost.
If you're wind up coming out tomorrow I can fill you in on the details.


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Old 01-14-2006, 08:55 PM   #5
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I'll be out tomorrow, the usual place at 9am? But, I'm trying out something different so the busa will be parked. But this new bike..........I LIKE IT
I think I've found my next bike...............it will go real well with the busa!!

I'd have asked you first but for some reason it just didn't occur to me.....motor work that is.

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Are you talking about the busa we talked about at Hooters? Schweet!
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I wish, no I'm trying something else

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how much are u willing to spend on parts. u can blue print the head and a set of cams. that will give u about 185 and u dont have to run race gas. anything above 190 and the rods wont last long. u have to put afther market ones in and probly put a falikon clutch basket in. u can get up to 243 hp but that gets kinda expensive to do. it all depends what u want.
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