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post #1 of 178 (permalink) Old May 8th, 2011, 5:09 am Thread Starter
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this is for henk!!!

Here is the frame with a bit more crap hanging off it. If for what ever reason the thing handles like a pig on the track i'll send you this frame but at this stage it all looks good out of the box. i put it on the scales yeaterday 109kg
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post #2 of 178 (permalink) Old May 9th, 2011, 8:12 am
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Is that stunning or what?
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Wow. Very nice.



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that must be a lot of fun!

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Here is the frame with a bit more crap hanging off it. If for what ever reason the thing handles like a pig on the track i'll send you this frame but at this stage it all looks good out of the box. i put it on the scales yeaterday 109kg
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Here is the frame with a bit more crap hanging off it. If for what ever reason the thing handles like a pig on the track i'll send you this frame but at this stage it all looks good out of the box. i put it on the scales yeaterday 109kg
pffft... your missing a few pices there

looks great, hope it works as good as it looks

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post #7 of 178 (permalink) Old May 10th, 2011, 3:38 am
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thanks for the pic's,damn i love that bike and it seems like i am not the only one.
109KG!!!!whit most of the parts on it all ready,this is goiing to be a real light bike.
i think it is time that i start to update my old SS as well.
where is the time that i had a real light bike with 157KG
well done,keep the pictures coming.

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post #8 of 178 (permalink) Old May 10th, 2011, 5:43 am Thread Starter
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Cheers henk!!!

The bike is pretty cool, but the motor is stonking...here's whats in it

-Ferracci crank,(made for this engine)
-carrillo rods
-Heads fully ported by ferracci himself, intakes welded up and reprofiled, Brad Black further weaved his magic on the exhaust side then ceramic coated
-JE hi comp pistons, dry graphite coated skirts and ceramic coated domes
-Custom Brad Black grind valves from vee two race blanks, tuff trided then face ceramic coated 45mm intake/40 exhaust
-vee two "daytona" grind cams with 14 deg longer duration than std and set at 112 deg centerline
-Brad set the squish to .9
-mbp collets
-nichols mfg flywheel
phenolic spacers yet go between head and manifold
removed starter and alternator for a total loss ignition and will run on e85

weighs in at 54kg with everything on it bar the oil

massive thanks to brad black, he may chime in on how hard this engine was to put right!!!
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That frame and engine look very nice!
If I have to be picky, not a fan of the oil cooler

Did you make the frame yourself? Looks a bit like a Pierobon

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post #10 of 178 (permalink) Old May 10th, 2011, 9:52 am
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Whoa! Awesome engine and bike!

Did you coat the combustion chambers also? What brand of coatings did you use?
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