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December 22nd, 2014, 06:42 AM   #11
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and this is my new exhaust. i have no idea what make it is







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She looks fantastic! Great job on the rebuild. I'm going to spend some serious time checking out all the mods various posters have done before my next rebuild. Thank for showing the drilled out oil feeder. I noted it for my next rebuild as something to address. Thanks for all the pix too. It really helps guys like me to understand what you're doing and why.
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Nice job, the piston is the "tallboy" from taffy? If yes the compression ratio has change a little bit right?
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Hi Gav

years ago I had a tailpipe like that, I still do. I put up the name of it here years ago but the name plate fell off. it was like three letters long starting with M**.

sorry, can't recall. I know I checked at the time and there was nobody about of that name.

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December 22nd, 2014, 07:34 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Goose916 View Post
She looks fantastic! Great job on the rebuild. I'm going to spend some serious time checking out all the mods various posters have done before my next rebuild. Thank for showing the drilled out oil feeder. I noted it for my next rebuild as something to address. Thanks for all the pix too. It really helps guys like me to understand what you're doing and why.

cheers buddy . I havnt yet measured the oil pressure now but i can imagine its a good bit more than standard. drilling the oil pilot should sort of flood the conrod with oil helping it stay lubed and cool

Ive built a few cars, my latest is my large single turbo Mazda RX7. Pics deffinatly do help.




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Nice job, the piston is the "tallboy" from taffy? If yes the compression ratio has change a little bit right?
yes i did my friend.

my last setup the piston was about 3mm short, top of the barrel. this piston is flush! or 0.2mm from the top. MAJOR up in compression. the bike is a complete animal to drive and you really do have to watch when you open it up. its defiantly controllable at sliding. its scary fast and thats compared to my 185bhp R1
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December 22nd, 2014, 07:36 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Taffy View Post
Hi Gav

years ago I had a tailpipe like that, I still do. I put up the name of it here years ago but the name plate fell off. it was like three letters long starting with M**.

sorry, can't recall. I know I checked at the time and there was nobody about of that name.

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i shall call it MAD

haha cheers taffy
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Holy... Nice pics and all man... Where did you source out the parts?

And by chance did you keep a record of all the parts and parts numbers?
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yummy! how did i miss this thread ??
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December 22nd, 2014, 10:09 AM   #19
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Originally Posted by AwesomeFE550 View Post
Holy... Nice pics and all man... Where did you source out the parts?

And by chance did you keep a record of all the parts and parts numbers?
nope im sorry my friend. most of the info came from bushmechanic and taffy.

Ill help you where i can with part numbers
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December 22nd, 2014, 10:10 AM   #20
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yummy! how did i miss this thread ??


i just created it today gavbey melted piston?? was my last thread
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