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sweet ride! what kind of seat cover is that? i'm looking to do a new one and get more cushion ha ha.

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sweet ride! what kind of seat cover is that? i'm looking to do a new one and get more cushion ha ha.
Looks like a Quad Tech desert foam and cover kit to me.

Eric, so what motor mods are on this 700XX? I know Joe and Trent, wondering what they are doing to run in the BITD pro class. After the Parker 250 a couple of weeks ago, I am a little underpowered and am thinking about some more motor mods...

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thats motor was basically my trail package

+1 valves
my cam
port
rockers springs
i did new guides in it also not for power though
actually had a 46mm TB on it that they had before but it was a taper bore i usually do a staright bor 47mm but that was a nice tb so i didnt change

11.1 cp shelf
3m hot rods crank done up by crankworks

i did a little extra in the port and chamber on that 1 but not much more than normal

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not sure on seat cover it was matlocks actual old bike so it may have came with it i only saw the motor


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they tuned it and dyno'ed it at kb's dyno i think that did 60-61 the other bike they had that was semi built also was 51-52 want to say if you know which one im talking about

stock box, intake, stock bore also with my lid on it


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i see, i will check them out doug thanks. and it sure sounds like a mean machine!

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i did new guides in it also not for power though

3m hot rods crank done up by crankworks
So why the new guides? Reliability reasons? What does crankworks do to the crank? Just curious.

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old guides were worn out i generally dont replace them unless necessary this motor was gonna see some abuse so i changed out what i could forsee breaking/failing. changing guides is not a bad idea on these motors like you or the baja guys use them for. The big heads i did i have swapped them out but i went from a huge 6.6 stem to a 6mm stem so it was necessary. i cant really say there is a huge reliabilty difference between steel stock guides and bronze ones they will all wear especially with the size/weight of the xx valve but the steel ones do tend to crack or break more on the exhaust side quicker they dont handle the exhaust temps as well and get brittle especially if they get shaped a little funny during porting

crankworks balanced, rebushed the small end on rod that is generally the main fault of most hot rods cranks i have seen is the bushing wears quick on them so it got replaced with better material. they also did friction reduction probably not necessary but it sure made a pretty crank also welded crank pin which is good idea and shot peened rod


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crankworks balanced, rebushed the small end on rod that is generally the main fault of most hot rods cranks i have seen is the bushing wears quick on them so it got replaced with better material. they also did friction reduction probably not necessary but it sure made a pretty crank also welded crank pin which is good idea and shot peened rod
Damn IDK what any of that means, but it sure sounds expensive!

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