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Old 01-05-2017, 03:25 PM
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Thank ya Graham08,, it suits her
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Fantastic job. VERY well done.
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Thanks for the kind words guys ,, when ever I need some inspiration and creative input, checking out all the great work and projects on this site does the trick , tons of talent on OFN,, Not much on this build has been left untouched ,, I build racing engines , soooo of course the motor in this hotrod had to be special too. started out with a Honda 600 RR,, bored 1 mm over,, Kawasaki 636 pistons, went from 12 to 1 to 15.2 to 1 comp with this combo,, polished rods, reshaped combustion chamber in head to match piston, ported and flowed head ,stock is 128 cfm , found 146 cfm in there,, built stainless headers for it too, then stuck it on the dyno ,and pulled 129 hp and 55 ftlbs of torquer's out her at 15,800 rpm,, a stock RR is 107 hp and 46 ftlbs, I luv this stuff lol



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Her maiden voyage,, she likes to run,, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2W2kYFHGWo
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Damn! 15,800!

Sounds beautiful!

Nice job.

Didn't know there were out of bike dynos?
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Thanks, yeah I built that dyno a couple years ago , used Land & Sea Dyno data acquisition components with a big eddy brake, will handle up to 750 lb ft of torque.
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Very cool!

Thanks for sharing.

I spent a few yrs helping a buddy with a 600 micro sprint. The sound of those engines never gets old!
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Old 01-09-2018, 06:58 AM
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you got that right,, music to my ears, heres one of my motors at 16,000

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Damn! Nice work Dude!

I like the little camera move at the end! LOL!
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