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06-26-2015 02:24 PM
michiganteddybear anything that seals up the large port (or the reed valve opening in the head) will work.

I chose to use a vacuum cap on mine, that way my reed valves and housings are still there, just no way for air to get into them
06-26-2015 02:10 PM
Dirtybarrel
Marbling...

Hey guys while I've been thinking this over, I thought because I still have the old engine, I could take the old ports off, hammer the hose end flat or cut it off and then fill it with jb weld, smooth it out and then paint it, wouldn't this work?
06-25-2015 04:06 PM
OleDirtyDoc
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Originally Posted by Goofyfoot2001 View Post
So they make knives that aren't switched or assisted? I mean other than kitchen knives. Really? You have to open them yourself? Like with two hands?
I'm a little clumsy and need three hands to open mine
06-25-2015 04:01 PM
grousehunter1475 20g shotgun shell (spent), i used a lil bit of silycone to keep it in place.. It was a snug fit
06-25-2015 08:31 AM
Goofyfoot2001
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Originally Posted by OleDirtyDoc View Post
Maybe the city but as long as its not a switch or assisted or double bladed it's fine upstate
So they make knives that aren't switched or assisted? I mean other than kitchen knives. Really? You have to open them yourself? Like with two hands?
06-24-2015 10:26 PM
pmassey31545
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Originally Posted by grousehunter1475 View Post
You can use a spent 20g shotgun shell cut down to slip over the ports... I also siliconed them in... They look kool too
PICS!
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I suppose I'm weird.

I grabbed a tin can(soup can, beans, whatever) and cut it down so that it fit under the breather cover. The breather cover holds it in place, and everything is put together as normal.

Seems to work so far.
PICS!
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I did that with my covers too.
PICS!

Yes, I have no idea what coastering or marbling do for the bike. I WILL search and read. But pics give me/us a visual and helps a lot. If y'all have them they would be AWESOME!!!
06-24-2015 09:09 PM
OleDirtyDoc Maybe the city but as long as its not a switch or assisted or double bladed it's fine upstate
06-24-2015 06:34 PM
IceCold4x4 Yup even my daily carry 4 inch pocket knife is illegal in NY. Liberal ****s. But yes vacuum plugs will still allow the bike to look stock if you want to keep up appearances
06-24-2015 03:37 PM
Goofyfoot2001
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Originally Posted by encite View Post
I suppose I'm weird.

I grabbed a tin can(soup can, beans, whatever) and cut it down so that it fit under the breather cover. The breather cover holds it in place, and everything is put together as normal.

Seems to work so far.
I did that with my covers too.
06-24-2015 01:22 AM
encite I suppose I'm weird.

I grabbed a tin can(soup can, beans, whatever) and cut it down so that it fit under the breather cover. The breather cover holds it in place, and everything is put together as normal.

Seems to work so far.
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