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May 7th, 2018, 04:25 PM   #71
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May 7th, 2018, 11:26 PM   #72
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Good. I will try to find a local source as I cant order from US everytime I open up the barrel (hopefully that will not happen too many times..)
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Engine and parts have arrived.

The 610 motor looks good. The piston kit/cyl is unused. I don’t know if the crank is balanced to suit. Ported head looks nice.

I have enough parts now to build another 610 with a new 610 piston kit and new balanced crank to suit the 610 which would complete the blown 570. Also a ported head by the Berglund Bros.

Then there is the standard sweet running 570.

Two bikes, three motors. I either keep the 570 sitting there as a spare or keep my eyes out for another project bike.
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May 20th, 2018, 04:42 AM   #75
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Looks good. I'm already very happy with my 450

Curious how this will run, beast like!
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May 20th, 2018, 07:30 AM   #76
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Keep the 570 engine for the future!
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Originally Posted by jon andersson View Post
Keep the 570 engine for the future!
I agree mate.

It is a sweet running motor not worthy of messing with plus if I sell a bike it may as well be standard 570.

Plus if I come home with ANOTHER bike that would stress relations with the good wife even a little further!

A 610 trail hack and a 663 ADV bike would have to suffice.

I just have to start putting some money together for the 663 kit.
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A 610 trail hack and a 663 ADV bike would have to suffice.
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May 22nd, 2018, 11:52 AM   #79
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Finally my cam is home. It was sent with priority mail the 3rd of March...

As the lobes are dark I used a white cloth so you can see the difference from a standard 570 cam.
Big Bores for 70 degrees-20180522_204233.jpg

It's not the most beautiful job but as long as it works.
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Finally my cam is home. It was sent with priority mail the 3rd of March...

As the lobes are dark I used a white cloth so you can see the difference from a standard 570 cam.
Attachment 7605

It's not the most beautiful job but as long as it works.
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You’d think they could do a better job at filling in the sides.
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