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  • Ricca Posts: 87
    Perth
    Stock Poster Ricca
    16 Jan 2020 03:42 PM
    Thought i would give you all an update on my Pro charged Night train build! 
    After blowing my stock crank i decided to build a tough engine and slap a supercharger on it!

    - Bike 2007 Night train.

    Bottom end:
    Darkhorse Man o war crank / timken bearing conversion 
    All new strengthen balances
    Feuling Race serice Oil pump
    Feuling Race serice Cam plate
    Feuling Hydraulic Tensioner Kit
    SE - 211 CAMS
    - Few other bits

    - Top end:
    S&S 107 KIT with Carrillo pistons ( Thicker walls = less heat build up )
    96 Heads sent to Rams over east to be CNC , Ported , works all done <--- Def recommend them , Greats service and turn around time. 
    HPI throttle body
    Blue band injectors
    Clutch Basket / Hub all replaced with billet. 

    Pro charger B-1 - 12 PSI

    Few other bits and bobs, but these are the main Items
    Currently running her in still, currently tuned at 170 ish hoping for 190 + 
     

    www.instagram.com/westcoast.garage


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  • Far Canal Posts: 1939
    Motor Head Far Canal
    16 Jan 2020 08:47 PM
    Looks awesome Ricca, no excuses for being late to church now.
  • Ricca Posts: 87
    Perth
    Stock Poster Ricca
    17 Jan 2020 08:27 AM
    Quoting Far Canal on 16 Jan 2020 08:47 PM
    Looks awesome Ricca, no excuses for being late to church now.
    haha cheers mate
  • Chaser Posts: 279
    Stage 1 Poster Chaser
    17 Jan 2020 08:56 AM
    Very nice indeed. The Nightrain has always lended iteslf to be modified in so many ways....similar to the breakout.  One question - is the front guard for that sized wheel? - it looks a tad small with the curve not quite following the diameter of the wheel.
  • Ricca Posts: 87
    Perth
    Stock Poster Ricca
    17 Jan 2020 09:09 AM
    Quoting Chaser on 17 Jan 2020 08:56 AM
    Very nice indeed. The Nightrain has always lended iteslf to be modified in so many ways....similar to the breakout.  One question - is the front guard for that sized wheel? - it looks a tad small with the curve not quite following the diameter of the wheel.
    23 inch Front wheel / 23 inch front RWD fendor, just a different style didnt want a long style. Could be the photo angle aswell i guess.

    Your are correct. Breakouts / softys are perfect to customize to suit you needs 
  • Birtyyy Posts: 160
    Sunshine Coast
    Stock Poster Birtyyy
    17 Jan 2020 12:39 PM
    That must be a lot of fun to ride...
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