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  • DJP_120ci Posts: 161
    Stock Poster DJP_120ci
    07 Feb 2020 11:14 AM
    Haven’t posted around here for a while, just thought I’d share the latest list of upgrades. 

    Bike was last dyno’d at 125hp 135 ft pounds. 

    The list of changes are, 
    Fresh pistons and rings, cylinders bored/honed +.010”
    625G cams replaced with 640G cams
    55mm throttle body replaced with 58/62mm throttle body
    4.9 injectors replaces with 5.3’s
    Oil pump replaced 
    Heads services by hoody, valve springs replaced. 
    Exhaust changed to D&D fat cat. 
    Assembled and tuned at Neville Lush Racing. 
    Made 143/143.

    Picture shows as it sits now and how it looked when I bought it. 

    Cheers Dylan

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  • Jay-Dee Posts: 137
    Great South East
    Stock Poster Jay-Dee
    07 Feb 2020 12:25 PM
    Nice work, it's a good thing you've got the new seat or it would blast you off the back onto the road when you twist the throttle.
  • fatbat Posts: 2896
    Forum Legend fatbat
    08 Feb 2020 09:52 AM
    Impressive in every way! Not to be a negative Nelly but are you still using your factory bottom end or replaced/welded things up?
  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2823
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    08 Feb 2020 10:42 AM
    looks good on paper, have you taken it to the track at all?
    And any problems with the rear wheel spokes?
  • DJP_120ci Posts: 161
    Stock Poster DJP_120ci
    08 Feb 2020 11:04 AM
    Thanks boys. 

    JD - the seat is so much better when you give it a squirt. 

    FB - the crank is an R&R cycles 4.500” stroker crank balanced and welded. Run out measured at .0015”. To be honest I’m no expert on any of this, I just ride the thing. 

    KK - haven’t had a chance to run it down the track, but it is on the list. For the meantime I’m just terrorizing the streets. 
    What do I need to look out for on the rear wheel? 

    Cheers 
  • fatbat Posts: 2896
    Forum Legend fatbat
    08 Feb 2020 05:11 PM
    Well that sure answers the concern about the bottom end.....ride on and hard! 
  • Far Canal Posts: 2064
    Motor Head Far Canal
    08 Feb 2020 06:19 PM
    Quoting DJP_120ci on 08 Feb 2020 11:04 AMedited: 08 Feb 2020 11:26 AM
    Thanks boys. 

    JD - the seat is so much better when you give it a squirt. 

    FB - the crank is an R&R cycles 4.500” stroker crank balanced and welded. Run out measured at .0015”. To be honest I’m no expert on any of this, I just ride the thing. 

    KK - haven’t had a chance to run it down the track, but it is on the list. For the meantime I’m just terrorizing the streets. 
    What do I need to look out for on the rear wheel? 

    Cheers 
    What do I need to look out for on the rear wheel?
    Policemen, in a car, with sirens and flashing lights.


  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2823
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    09 Feb 2020 03:18 PM
    Quoting DJP_120ci on 08 Feb 2020 11:04 AMedited: 08 Feb 2020 11:26 AM
    Thanks boys. 

    JD - the seat is so much better when you give it a squirt. 

    FB - the crank is an R&R cycles 4.500” stroker crank balanced and welded. Run out measured at .0015”. To be honest I’m no expert on any of this, I just ride the thing. 

    KK - haven’t had a chance to run it down the track, but it is on the list. For the meantime I’m just terrorizing the streets. 
    What do I need to look out for on the rear wheel? 

    Cheers 
    Hey that is great!!
    I think building a bike with a killer motor, that's he ultimate, testing at the track.
  • Baloffski Posts: 1950
    Victoria
    Motor Head Baloffski
    09 Feb 2020 03:47 PM
    Fuck thats got power /torque, definite as KK says, out at the track.
    Was just thinking years ago you could have a few drivers licences, through no fault of your own.
    Example : I lived in SA, then went to Qld for a year, back to SA, briefly, then on to WA for a year, then with NT being lived in, for over the period to change to your licence, then passing to NSW, for a period. 
    So you get the idea, some peoples had multiple drivers licences, as you would definitely need if ya hit it on your rocket.
    Sadly, can not comply like that anymore.
  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2823
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    10 Feb 2020 11:19 AM
    Quoting DJP_120ci on 08 Feb 2020 11:04 AMedited: 08 Feb 2020 11:26 AM
    Thanks boys. 

    JD - the seat is so much better when you give it a squirt. 

    FB - the crank is an R&R cycles 4.500” stroker crank balanced and welded. Run out measured at .0015”. To be honest I’m no expert on any of this, I just ride the thing. 

    KK - haven’t had a chance to run it down the track, but it is on the list. For the meantime I’m just terrorizing the streets. 
    What do I need to look out for on the rear wheel? 

    Cheers 
    DJP missed your question, well I only had a little 95 c I d twin cam dyna, carb . I was taking it to the track all the time. & it could run constant low 11's. I road it to willowbank QLD a few times & home to Sydney, also went down Heathcote VIC once, mostly raced in Sydney. started with stock HD spoke wheels, I noticed the spokes on the drive side, where they hold to alloy hub. Had turned all the holes in the hub like egg's so put a stock HD cast wheel on rear kept spoke on front ( I love spoke wheels ). also even though I never broke a belt drive, I thought as I road to QLD to race then road home to Sydney, I thought it wise to change to chain drive & also had an outrigger bearing support to give the axle more support, as I had bent heaps of rear axles in past on Harleys I owned that I raced. then next thing to happen was every bolt holding Sproket to wheel, broke off on start line, I was doing quick 60ft ( for what I had ) & the track had a bit of stick on the line, was bracing for the rear thrust & one of the broken bolts, stuck between Sproket & swingarm, locked rear wheel up & went over the bars about 60ft from the start line. also another time I broke the rear rubber mount.
    Having said all this the 88" sporty I have still has stock HD spoke wheels & belt drive, it goes hard but never been to the track yet ( live about 300km from track now ) have not had on Dyno yet as an old Carb& still running it in (17,000km last I  checked ) but I'll be on Dyno to tune it soon, just to check afr is safe up high.
  • DJP_120ci Posts: 161
    Stock Poster DJP_120ci
    10 Feb 2020 02:46 PM
    Thanks krash, I’ll keep an eye on all the things you mentioned! 
    I plan on going away from the spokes sooner or later for a set of mag wheels. 
    Would really love a set of BST wheels, but the price scares me and need to do some research Them a bit more. 

    Cheers 
  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2823
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    10 Feb 2020 03:06 PM
    Quoting DJP_120ci on 10 Feb 2020 02:46 PM
    Thanks krash, I’ll keep an eye on all the things you mentioned! 
    I plan on going away from the spokes sooner or later for a set of mag wheels. 
    Would really love a set of BST wheels, but the price scares me and need to do some research Them a bit more. 

    Cheers 
    The lighter the wheels the better!!
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