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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby bark615 » Tue Feb 25, 2014 9:23 am

Not bad.. that is a turn key set ready to roll! This set even includes a 48 tooth alum rear sprocket!

I'll start getting a catch can bracket fabbed up for ya!
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby MidgetTodd » Tue Feb 25, 2014 11:32 am

Thanks man.
Picking up fork oil and oil filter, spark plugs ect today.
Have not decided on stock springs or BBR yet.
Bike came with two sets of brand new oem Honda brake shoes, are the 333's really any better or OEM fine?

I saw that complete set of wheels and tires and got them because they really weren't much more than a front and two tires and tube. Figured I can sell my dirt set to recoup some of the money as I really don't see ever trail riding this bike
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby bark615 » Tue Feb 25, 2014 11:40 am

I agree you got that all taken care of in a single transaction!

If you have new honda brake shoes just use those, I only suggested the 333's if you were going to buy new ones.

You won't be finding an oil filter on this bike... ;) You can pull the side cover and clean out the oil screen though!
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby turnone » Tue Feb 25, 2014 11:43 am

[quote="bark615"]Not bad.. that is a turn key set ready to roll! This set even includes a 48 tooth alum rear sprocket!

I'll start getting a catch can bracket fabbed up for ya![/quote

Can I get in on this? I need two.

Where did you get the red tubing? I like the way yours looks and would like to replicate on my two.

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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby turnone » Tue Feb 25, 2014 11:44 am

MidgetTodd wrote:. Figured I can sell my dirt set to recoup some of the money as I really don't see ever trail riding this bike


Don't sell it as we sometimes flat track these and it's super fun and very good rider training.

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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby bark615 » Tue Feb 25, 2014 11:45 am

turnone wrote:
bark615 wrote:Not bad.. that is a turn key set ready to roll! This set even includes a 48 tooth alum rear sprocket!

I'll start getting a catch can bracket fabbed up for ya![/quote

Can I get in on this? I need two.

Biggie


Sure thing... i will add 2 more to the production run for Biggie! :mrgreen:
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby MidgetTodd » Tue Feb 25, 2014 12:23 pm

Where did you end up finding colored tubing?
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby bark615 » Tue Feb 25, 2014 12:35 pm

MidgetTodd wrote:Where did you end up finding colored tubing?


The "fuellineguy" on eBay!

http://www.ebay.com/usr/fuellineguy?_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2754

I am running 1/8" ID for the carb vent and drain lines... 1/4" ID for the top vent to atmosphere.

You will need to drill and tap a 2nd hole into the catch can.
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby MidgetTodd » Tue Feb 25, 2014 1:06 pm

Lol. What haven't you got from eBay. I was thinking about using the same vent on the can as I have on my gas cap. One of those 3" long ones with the colored caps on it.
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby bark615 » Tue Feb 25, 2014 1:16 pm

MidgetTodd wrote: I was thinking about using the same vent on the can as I have on my gas cap. One of those 3" long ones with the colored caps on it.
that would work!

eBay just happens have a good selection of odd items I need! :P
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby turnone » Tue Feb 25, 2014 1:59 pm

bark615 wrote:
turnone wrote:
bark615 wrote:Not bad.. that is a turn key set ready to roll! This set even includes a 48 tooth alum rear sprocket!

I'll start getting a catch can bracket fabbed up for ya![/quote

Can I get in on this? I need two.

Biggie


Sure thing... i will add 2 more to the production run for Biggie! :mrgreen:


Thanks Jim!!!!
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby turnone » Tue Feb 25, 2014 2:34 pm

bark615 wrote:
MidgetTodd wrote:Where did you end up finding colored tubing?


The "fuellineguy" on eBay!

http://www.ebay.com/usr/fuellineguy?_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2754

I am running 1/8" ID for the carb vent and drain lines... 1/4" ID for the top vent to atmosphere.

You will need to drill and tap a 2nd hole into the catch can.


I messaged the guy on Ebay, as there is no 1/8" ID red listed that I can see. I'd like to buy 20' of each size to have some for future use.

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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby bark615 » Tue Feb 25, 2014 2:46 pm

turnone wrote:
I messaged the guy on Ebay, as there is no 1/8" ID red listed that I can see. I'd like to buy 20' of each size to have some for future use.

Biggie


That is what I needed to do, he has it at his shop but not listed on his eBay auction! he carries all kinds of colors and sizes.. here is the sample kit he sent with my last order.

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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby turnone » Tue Feb 25, 2014 3:33 pm

bark615 wrote:
turnone wrote:
I messaged the guy on Ebay, as there is no 1/8" ID red listed that I can see. I'd like to buy 20' of each size to have some for future use.

Biggie


That is what I needed to do, he has it at his shop but not listed on his eBay auction! he carries all kinds of colors and sizes.. here is the sample kit he sent with my last order.

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7 Feet sections available. You think 7' of 1/4 and 7' of 1/8 would be enough to do 2 bikes?

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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby bark615 » Tue Feb 25, 2014 4:02 pm

I think you should be able to get away with 7' on the 1/8" tubing... won't be much room for error. The 1/4" tubing you could run short, I have mine running to the rear fender and replaced the crankcase vent with red line. I don't want to spend your $$ but I would get the 20' and have some extra to work with.


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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby turnone » Tue Feb 25, 2014 4:14 pm

bark615 wrote:I think you should be able to get away with 7' on the 1/8" tubing... won't be much room for error. The 1/4" tubing you could run short, I have mine running to the rear fender and replaced the crankcase vent with red line. I don't want to spend your $$ but I would get the 20' and have some extra to work with.


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I will let you know if it works or if I have to order more. I will do one bike and see if I have half left over :)

I ordered from the website as I was impatient.

Thanks for your continued help.

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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby bark615 » Tue Feb 25, 2014 4:19 pm

turnone wrote:
I will let you know if it works or if I have to order more. I will do one bike and see if I have half left over :)

I ordered from the website as I was impatient.

Thanks for your continued help.

Biggie


No problem, I am glad I can finally give back some helpful information! Last season I was always looking for info!
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby MidgetTodd » Tue Feb 25, 2014 5:44 pm

Well I just got another "free" shirt at Iron Pony lol. Got the heavy fork oil and other stuff. They have the colored hose too but only in 5' sections @7.99
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby MidgetTodd » Tue Feb 25, 2014 8:35 pm

What Handle Bar bend are most running, I was thinking about trying the CR Hi.
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Re: Zanesville Area

Postby MidgetTodd » Thu Feb 27, 2014 10:03 am

Wheels, tires, catch can all came today.
The red fuel line is supposed to be here Saturday.
Picked up motor and fork Oil already as well as numbers and more safety wire.
I guess I know what I'll be doing Saturday.
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