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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-29-2008, 11:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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building a manifold

we will put a big Mikuni on the 750..........My guru/alley buds and I will mount and fix a single Mikuni on this bike ...I had it down the inventive alley tonight for the first time and it can be done..........
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I'm interested. Nylon, aluminum, steel, carbon fiber, what's your choice for materials?

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I'm sure you have a number of members' attention right now. If you get it figured out be sure to post plenty of pictures and how-to's. The what-happened's are also helpful even if they don't work. I'll be watching!!

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custom dash with voltmeter
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Well, we've used one other Hogan's Hero's cast in another thread, so how about another.....


Verrrrrry Interesting!!


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OH Pic Please Please Please Pleeeeeeeeze

85 VN750 basketcase ( yes its a true 750, and no smog controls, its good to be Canadian)
It will have
a rebuilt 96 top end, rebuilt 85 bottom end
degoated, Eared
stripped, lowered, raked, bobbed,
reed valve boxes shaved
ported and polished
balanced
right side dump exhaust
heads and cylinders shaved for compression
looking for smoothbore sidedraft carbs
possibly fat bob tanks
modified vn800 or sportster drag pipes or I'll just make some

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Ya, let's see it and some spec's. Big Mikuni?

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I was just sitting here looking at the motor on the floor examining the carb mounts on the cylinders. As much as I like the idea, the angles of the ports would cause one of the runners to almost a 180 bend (not good for intake balance in my book)unless they came down from the top and there isn't enough room under the tank for that. But if you can do it, more power to ya!!

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Rat bike with a good PR agent

shaved and coastered
2 into 1 exhaust
rear 170 and front 110
Relocated R/R
custom dash with voltmeter
Spitfire windscreen
Plutonium plugs
Recovered seat without "butt hammers"
More to come
Praise to the Parts Goddess Crobins for needed things

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