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I WAS ON ANOTHER SITE, got told off for posting my truck, bloody nice riggs Vern, VERY NICE INDEED. Yeah!! so like Sickey is so fond of saying "fuck 'em"
The NEW bike for the shop . Think maybe I'll keep him the way he is
Not sure how to upload pic of my bike and so on, Can anyone help?
Chums new ride! Sporty heart in American Iron...FUCK THE REST!
Thanks Gato, I understand about low compression and boost with Super or Turbo Chargers, I am running an S&S 124cu/in Aniversary, it came with antiknock electronics, so in thery I can run whatever fuel comes out of the pump, BUT I notice the large performance dropoff when Premium fuel is not available.
That is the same with thing you do if your running NOS!!!
well my bro donald sold me the pistons and that is what was with them he had planned the same project but decided to wait and he almost give me the pistons and ring... I did pay him something but really a fraction of what it would cost me retail.... fuel ping issues and an increased power are reas0n why I would choose the low compression.,...
i read this online and is a nice quote maybe....
"in a nutshell, our engines with higher compression will never see high boost in a turbo. Without going into dynamics which some of it I won't even understand, the lower the compression, the more boost you can run. The higher the compression, the less boost. We all know 30psi is more fun than 5psi."
"Another way to explain it is, higher compression generates more power with smaller displacement up to a point. But higher compression also causes detonation, or "knock", requiring more anti-knock additive and higher octane fuel."
This comming new year i am going into the transmission and putting a kickstart kit on my 5 speed tranny....also planned is a new Andrews EV47 Cam and some adjustable pushrods...
NICE, WELL DONE. May I ask why you chose the low compression rings?
1986 FXSTC Softail Custom
thanks i appreciate that...i just acquired a 1955 FL panhead chopper that I am currently restoring as well....i will post pics when i can...that project will probably take me 2yrs to complete...interesting enough I just found a NOS kick starter for this sportster. that has only taken me 7yrs to find! 79xl is the last year of sportsters to be machined to except a kick starter.
Quentin that scoot takes me back to 1973...when I still had hair on my head...lots of hair ! One sweet scooter! You've put a lot of work and love in and it shows!
David that Sprint looks to be a real "Canyon Carver"! Boy Triumph's come a long way from the Bonnie 650!
love that old chop of yours as well...i love the real style choppers!! they have always been my passion
Nicely done!!! Rubber side down...
WOW Quentin, that is " OLD SCHOOL" beautiful, take care bro. WELL DONE!
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