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May 16th, 2015, 01:55 AM   #11
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bolt spacing on the husky gasket looks closer to the berg?

I reckon husky head if using split berg cases, ducati head if using modifed cases maybe 90's berg cases or rfs ?

awesome ideas spanner , if you need some 6061 carved up in the mitseiki for some odd joining job don't be shy
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May 16th, 2015, 03:30 AM   #12
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Yes Bushie, it is slightly closer pitching I think.
The manufactures must make them that way
so they can not be swapped to easily.

The Husky head would be nice, but
it would require a major flow improvement.
Not sure if it is possible.

I would wont to stick with the split berg cases.
Probably use 450 cases as 550`s are not very common
it seems.
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Ha I knew this was something a Kiwi would do! I like your cultural values.
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Haha! Should you ever need measurements from ducatis, let me know.
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The inlet valve centres are 41mm vs the Husabergs 39mm so should be
Ok for bigger valves. Need to get another head and dissect it to see
if I can move the guides further apart. Kibblewhite sell 42mm titanium
valves

Thinking the Ducati liner is to big in outside diameter and would end up to thin to retain enough volume in the water jacket, so will probably use a Darton blank 4.250" (108mm ish) ductile iron liner instead

All good fun and games.
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If you like info about the 1X98 heads Ive done a lot of research on them. Flowing them, modifying the ports, measuring cams, tried cam timing, buretted the chambers bla bla Would you like to know the weight of the 1198 head? Got a pair on the shelf, so its easy.
Im using iron liners for the 1198 cylinders, but I had the job done for me so I dont know what liners are in there, can find out though.

Im quite intrigued by the thought of getting a head like that on too, the best 1198 duc engine I did is at 153 rwhp/litre, no doubt that would be a sweet berg
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You know, Spanner is really going to do this . . . . I remain in awe! Subscribed! and looking forward to updates.
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December 8th, 2015, 12:57 AM   #19
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I could not resist it any longer...

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Got the holes moved to suit the Husaberg cylinder stud position, filled to original
holes with JB weld.

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Going to have to fill the water jacket holes in the cylinder head as they
only 2mm from the bore. Laser welder to the rescue
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Very cool...no very very cool
What cc is the head? Thinking major static compression ratio -> you could get rid of the clover leaf design chamber?

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