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Thread: 88 limo build

  1. #41

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    Yeeeew! Got one!
    88 limo build

    04 Wr450 with tuned suspension
    05 wr450 motard with shiny bits
    2012 dpro 160 only part standard is the frame
    1982 z50r with Kitaco 75 kit and cam
    1973 Dax with a 140
    2006 crf50 with bar kit and suspension done

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    So might be moving states for work, this thing will likely be sold what do you reckon its worth?
    Last edited by dude!; 03-06-2018 at 09:24 PM.

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    Kept the bike.
    Ended up sourcing a 108cc stroker with vm26 carb.
    Also took care of bump stop issue. As some may know the steering stop snaps off on the frames which mine had done so using some 25x10 bar stock I made a bump stop/tank spacer to stop the clamps hitting the tank and also giving some clearance to the carb.
    Bent and welded.

    Installed. No tank rubbing and seat fits fine.
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    Sourced a Tiforce pipe, the big pipe really killed the bottom end compared to the stock pipe when i ran it up the street. needs some tuning going to have to adjust the needle me thinks.



    Really need to add a taller seat and planning to add an oil cooler.

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    Finally got around to getting the original longer head stem that came with the forks working. I removed the threads from the top bearing cup and machined down the step on the stem. A spacer was put in between the cup and top tripple and compression of the whole system is now done by the stem nut. Cant see an issue only having the top nut compressing the bearings especially with my riding but we will see.

    I did this as the clamp area at the top of the fork has a short range of adjust-ability as the OD of the tube decreasespast the given adjust section. Doing this allowed for the front end to be lowered more.

    also will have to extend my bumpstop now.

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    Good work pal
    The pipe looks sweet

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