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January 5th, 2005, 05:15 PM   #1
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Dale that is a great looking dirt tracker.How many cc,505?You mentioned on a earlier post that you were going to daytona.Are you working the short track at the stadium?The dirt track forum site is interesting, especially for a yam sr500 freak like me!!!...nsman
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Dale that is a great looking dirt tracker.How many cc,505?You mentioned on a earlier post that you were going to daytona.Are you working the short track at the stadium?The dirt track forum site is interesting, especially for a yam sr500 freak like me!!!...nsman
All three posted pictures are of 600 cc equipment.

Yes, I will be attending the entire Daytona DT series to support my closest friend Dennis Cameron. Dennis is a 55 year old Pro Expert whom simply refuses to hang up his shoe. He will indeed attempt to qualify for the National, a tall order for a man half his age. 2005 Equipment: Lineaweaver / Honda CRF 505.

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In 1999 The Barberville / Daytona Half Mile nearly claimed the life of my dear friend Dennis. I would not hear of him going this alone. When he said "Let's Get It On," I replied "sign me up".

Relive the glory days of Husaberg Dirttrack. Visit the photo section of http://www.kennynoyes.com/

The handsome brute carrying the flag is yours truly .

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January 6th, 2005, 09:01 PM   #4
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Hi Dale,
Since that crf505 is a much newer engine design, how does it compare performance wise to your similar displacement Husaberg engines? Would you be willing to reveal its HP and torque stats? How has the engine reliability been for Dennis? Those are some great pictures on both websites. Wish there was more, along with video.
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re: and there was video, and He was pleased.

Dale posted some video quite some time ago. It's in the Downloads section.

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January 6th, 2005, 09:43 PM   #6
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Hi Brendan,
The 505 race engine for the CRF has yet to be assembled.
As memory serves the well tuned 450 using a stock head and cam produced in the neighborhood of 52 RWHP. I am looking for a reliable and user friendly 58 - 60 RWHP from the high output 505 assembly.

60 plus RWHP has been produced from stock displacement Yamaha and Honda 450 singles. Unfortunately a substantial increase in rpm is most often required and the fuse becomes quite short.

A year into development My 2000 based 448 Husaberg engine (actual displacement is 444 cc. I simply did not like the way 444 sounded) produced a reliable 57 RWHP @ 9500 rpm. When the DT displacement rules changed and Husaberg showed little interest in a 450 motard effort I stopped development. For nearly a year I feverishly sought funding for a national level Husaberg 505 program, alas, it was not to be.


Lineaweaver / Husaberg DT 448 / X2 camshaft .


With the X1 profile 57 peak RWHP was produced and carried well past 10,500 rpm when using a purpose built ignition module.

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That's a lovely flat user friendly power "curve" you have there!!
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Hi Dale,
I personally like the way "444" sounds. It sort of just rolls of the tongue. Have you ever thought of making a 666? That would be pretty neat. I know I would buy one if I had the money.

Do you happen to know the engine weights for the CRF and Husaberg? I am curious if the new engines are lighter.
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Thrilled to see you are still at it Dale

Good luck to you and your friend!!
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Originally Posted by Brendan
Hi Dale,
I personally like the way "444" sounds. It sort of just rolls of the tongue. Have you ever thought of making a 666? That would be pretty neat. I know I would buy one if I had the money.

Do you happen to know the engine weights for the CRF and Husaberg? I am curious if the new engines are lighter.
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