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June 26th, 2014, 08:57 PM   #81
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So when's a Jawa desmo head going onto the 700 Bushie?
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I think the ducati 1198 parts are the most economical way to go for desmo

been thinking about this for a while...... ducati crank, 1 cylinder/piston, head, CF/Aluminum cases, hayabusa or ducati gearbox/clutch with only 3 gears.

so you'd get about 600cc, plain big end, desmo head, light crank, strong gears and clutch
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year or 2 on my Stuska 400 hp Water Brake Dyno, in my workshop in Kirrawee, Sydney. My blown 2 lt V twin doing dyno runs at 270 hp... Revs between 7000 and 8000.... Very exciting and uplifting times.

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The tiny engine, which is called the DIG-T R, weighs only 88 pounds and uses a turbocharger to develop an impressive 400 hp and 280 pound-feet of torque. The engine produces 4.5 hp per pound giving it a better power to weight ration than the new turbo 1.6L V6 engines that will be used in F1 this year. - See more at: DailyTech - Nissan Coaxes 400hp from 88-pound, 3-cylinder Turbo Engine for Hybrid Racecar




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I think the ducati 1198 parts are the most economical way to go for desmo

been thinking about this for a while...... ducati crank, 1 cylinder/piston, head, CF/Aluminum cases, hayabusa or ducati gearbox/clutch with only 3 gears.

so you'd get about 600cc, plain big end, desmo head, light crank, strong gears and clutch
I recall your ponderings on this. Looking forward to the build

There was an interesting 2 stroke 500 GP bike home built, maybe 20 years ago, in the UK using a Duc gearbox. There was a series of articles on in one of the UK bike mags at the time, Performance Bikes or maybe Fast Bikes?
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Inspired by the European builders of V16's in the pre-war era: Auto Union, Bugatti, Harry Miller and BRM.
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Recycled Victa 160 Lawnmowers:: Australian Made Icon.
Using the Flywheels, Conrods, Barrels, Heads, Pistons
Made longer crankpins to accomodate 2 conrods
Bored Victa flywheels out to fit 25mm mainshafts and dowled each shaft into the flywheels
Crank put together with 32 joints and 9 mainbearings
Crankcase made from 90 degree 10mm angle
Blocks machined and split and screwed into crankcase to support mainbearings
Rover Gear Box Bevel Gears, shaft driven into the Suzuki Clutch which is released by a thrust bearing with handle
Fuel tank is an Australian made fire extinguisher from the Gulgong Swap Meet
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Early 1920's Seat
Early BSA Girder Forks
Morris 1600 Inch 1/2 SU Carburetor
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Australian Made CEMA Oxy guage for the motor pressure on the left grip
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