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post #1 of 10 Old 12-29-2009, 07:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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I have been looking through my Honda workshop manual and trying to find :
1 -stock compression ratio
2-if I do away with the thermostat housing, where would be the best place for the temp switch
3- Does anybody know where I can get custom cables made .
4-Whacky one but here goes, would a XR650R flywheel and ignition fit !
5- Can't remember , but will let you know.

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1 10:1
2 Without a thermostat housing you would loose all your coolant. Install the temp switch in nearest puddle.
3 negative
4 The XX has a stronger stator than the XR,You would be going backward
5 Your keys or in the icebox

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Install the temp switch in nearest puddle.


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The puddle caught me out, So I modified the Pro Armor skidplate and managed to keep 6" ground clearance . Drilled a hole in the skidplate and duct taped the temperature sender in it. Worked fine till I hit 5th gear and part of the puddle disappeared. Had to stop to top up . So I have changed the gearing to 15/36 . Now I can stay in 4th and the puddle stays with me.
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The puddle caught me out, So I modified the Pro Armor skidplate and managed to keep 6" ground clearance . Drilled a hole in the skidplate and duct taped the temperature sender in it. Worked fine till I hit 5th gear and part of the puddle disappeared. Had to stop to top up . So I have changed the gearing to 15/36 . Now I can stay in 4th and the puddle stays with me.
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The best ! Just trying to find info for the next chapter.

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Try Motion pro or Terry cable for cables.

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I remembered, 5 Keihin model number of the fuel pump.

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