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I decided to do the thin head gasket and degree the cams for my winter project. I'm cutting my Ti muzzy can and adding misc. things as I go and as I can afford. I'm also going to cut the seat (see Ruthless Racings seat). Looking into the Linkpro from Schnitz racing, Dynojet ignition module, Ti bolt kit, Ti exhaust hanger, Ti kickstand, cf nitrous bottle, hyperpro RSC damper, 1/5 throttle, Abec 7 wheel bearings, cf lowers/side seat covers/hugger/chain guard, galfer rear rotor. Should be enough to keep me busy this winter.


I live my life a quarter-pounder at a time. And for those 500 calories or more, im free. I need FRIESSSS! Two of them. The big ones. Oh, and I need them tonight. You're lucky the double shot of BBQ sauce didnt blow a seam on your nugget box.

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Be sure to post work in progress pictures.
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I'll take some pics next saturday, as thats the designated work-on-the-bike day.


I live my life a quarter-pounder at a time. And for those 500 calories or more, im free. I need FRIESSSS! Two of them. The big ones. Oh, and I need them tonight. You're lucky the double shot of BBQ sauce didnt blow a seam on your nugget box.
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I decided to do the thin head gasket and degree the cams for my winter project. I'm cutting my Ti muzzy can and adding misc. things as I go and as I can afford. I'm also going to cut the seat (see Ruthless Racings seat). Looking into the Linkpro from Schnitz racing, Dynojet ignition module, Ti bolt kit, Ti exhaust hanger, Ti kickstand, cf nitrous bottle, hyperpro RSC damper, 1/5 throttle, Abec 7 wheel bearings, cf lowers/side seat covers/hugger/chain guard, galfer rear rotor. Should be enough to keep me busy this winter.
Looks like ya gonna have plenty to do this winter. Good Luck with all of the things you do and don't spend to much and keep us posted. If you need any help with the seat just let me know.

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FWW, BNinja did the thin head gasket and cam degree-ing some time ago and documented it quite well.

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I decided to do the thin head gasket and degree the cams for my winter project. I'm cutting my Ti muzzy can and adding misc. things as I go and as I can afford. I'm also going to cut the seat (see Ruthless Racings seat). Looking into the Linkpro from Schnitz racing, Dynojet ignition module, Ti bolt kit, Ti exhaust hanger, Ti kickstand, cf nitrous bottle, hyperpro RSC damper, 1/5 throttle, Abec 7 wheel bearings, cf lowers/side seat covers/hugger/chain guard, galfer rear rotor. Should be enough to keep me busy this winter.
Where are you taking the cams to?? are you shooting for track use, or degreeing for street? wondering who's degree wheel you'll be using?
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I have a degree wheel kit that I used on my cars.Its a comp cams degree kit. It should work for the bike. I think I might ask a certain person about the cam degreeing.
Thanks circus nuts for the info. I have read it and I'm having my friend take the motor out at his shop.
ruthless, I have a friend that will do my seat, as he does upholstery for a living.


I live my life a quarter-pounder at a time. And for those 500 calories or more, im free. I need FRIESSSS! Two of them. The big ones. Oh, and I need them tonight. You're lucky the double shot of BBQ sauce didnt blow a seam on your nugget box.
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I have a degree wheel kit that I used on my cars.Its a comp cams degree kit. It should work for the bike. I think I might ask a certain person about the cam degreeing.
Thanks circus nuts for the info. I have read it and I'm having my friend take the motor out at his shop.
ruthless, I have a friend that will do my seat, as he does upholstery for a living.

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Well my bike plans got delayed. I bought a house and I'm going to get a license to do home loans and refinancing. So I'm not going to have time or $$$ for a little while. I cut my can and put a 60 hp jet in and we'll see what I can do next year. I might not get to drag race much next year either, gotta make some $$$ and buy more houses.


I live my life a quarter-pounder at a time. And for those 500 calories or more, im free. I need FRIESSSS! Two of them. The big ones. Oh, and I need them tonight. You're lucky the double shot of BBQ sauce didnt blow a seam on your nugget box.
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