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April 1st, 2009, 12:21 AM   #1
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Hello to everyone..I am looking to find 37mm inlet titanium valves for my berg...Please helpppppppp...
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April 1st, 2009, 01:07 AM   #2
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Check out this thread.

Or contact Dr. C or Dale LINEAWEAVER


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April 1st, 2009, 01:54 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Maddel

Check out this thread.

Or contact Dr. C or Dale LINEAWEAVER


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I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO REACH MR LINEAWEAVER FOR OVER A WEEK ....
Mr Lineaweaver helppppp...
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You're probably aware of Dales latest contact info?
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April 1st, 2009, 05:52 AM   #5
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Hello Arishusa!
I do not know what part in the world you are coming from, so manufacturers/suppliers may be closer to you than the ones listed below. I have no information on where to get off-the-shelf 37mm Ti-valves fitting straight in. There are a couple of Ti-valve manufacturers that propably can help you. Perhaps you know them already, but anyway:
Kibblewhite
Xceldyne
Ferrea
Del West

There are more options if you are coming from Oz or Europe.

I have a cutting tool to make the groove for the clips. That is how I can buy "blanks" and fit them to the actual application.
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Hello Arishusa!
I do not know what part in the world you are coming from, so manufacturers/suppliers may be closer to you than the ones listed below. I have no information on where to get off-the-shelf 37mm Ti-valves fitting straight in. There are a couple of Ti-valve manufacturers that propably can help you. Perhaps you know them already, but anyway:
Kibblewhite
Xceldyne
Ferrea
Del West

There are more options if you are coming from Oz or Europe.

I have a cutting tool to make the groove for the clips. That is how I can buy "blanks" and fit them to the actual application.
I buy my bike from the Greek champion supermoto and the bike has allready titanium valves but are bigger from the oem
If you like i sent you photos and spec of them because i dont know what make is..the bike was tuned from the husaberg racing team in Sweden..
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Hey I might have answered your e-mail today,but if not I have 37mm ti valves
in stock.
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Hey I might have answered your e-mail today,but if not I have 37mm ti valves
in stock.
Ok i am waiting my friend...dont forget me..
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