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Discussion in 'General' started by bigkelk9, Oct 4, 2017.
She only has about 14k now.. got her a little over two years ago with 3800..
After actually getting in there with eric, it was a cake walk.. ur guy's scoots will be a lot easier because i have a different nose cone which houses my ignition.. added about 5 minutes of head scratching and 10 minutes of work to the initial job
He can't use Axel's , he needs to replace that rats nest of wiring..
First of all Ker, my bike is hardwired, sexond of all, i rode three different bike for about 2/3 of the time of owning it and the k9 was only the weekend cruiser.. the Furby took all the abuse.. lol.. put a little over 10k on her from the time I got the bike and about 3k on the cbr.. so between the three bikes since I got the k9 I'm at about 23k in a little over 2 yrs.. how's that grab ya?? Lol..
Cleaning up the wiring right now.. lol
Done for the night..
Okay, so after all them parts sitting on my box for a week, I sent em off today. Send the entire top end to hyperformance, the starter to Eric who was kind enough to offer to rebuild it for me cuz he is a stand up guy. (Snapped my second shaft right before the tear down) ... as soon as I get the heads, jugs and pistons back, I'll be shipping them off to Navada to get diamond cut and powder coated.. Will keep y'all posted..
Yessir.. 140 at the post office today.. a killer i tell ya
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Thats kind of the game plan, the shop that i got my bike from gets about 150 off per cylinder using their name. So the deal is for it to be shipped directly to them from the shop that is doing the work. The local shop is going to powder coat the block. I have to send them my stash tube and my oil cooler so they can powder coat and diamond cut them to match as well..
Cut the cylinders and put the .600 cam in it.
I made the fixtures to cut these cylinders properly.
Correcting the rocker boxes here in this video.
Honing the cylinders with a deck plate and a base fixture in my Sunnen 616.
So tell me, I haven't heard one positive thing about the 600 yet, what do u find better about it then the 585 that I think I'm going to go with.. last minute game changers?
My bike rocks. At a roll in first gear it will hike up the front wheel and carry it. It's insanely fast.
If you want any power out of these engines, you must cut the cylinders.
You're hearing from people that have no clue and understanding about how camshafts work with compression and other variables.
From what I’ve been reading, the 585 is great if you aren’t upping compression. It has less overlap giving you more dynamic compression. Now, if you cut the cylinders down and run the 585 you may have pinging issues due to the lack of overlap. With the raised compression, the 600’s extra overlap brings the dynamic compression back to a safe level for pump gas, and makes use of the extra static compression with more lift/duration.
There may be something there, I know shit but I remember few years back in AR when it was seriously hot, I rode a long day and have shaved cylinders and 585, I had to kill the engine with gear... bloody diesel K9.
Andy, should I now go 600 after your mods too?
....I said he would have to cut the cylinders if he wanted to go with a 600. Since he already boxed them up and never measured the deck height it's a little hard to cut them when he doesn't know by how much.