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      Fire-medic replied to the thread New piston rings only ?.
      I have several powdercoating businesses I've used. Their results are better than any attempt I made to oven-bake anything. We recently...
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      Fire-medic replied to the thread start/kill switch assy.
      https://www.vmaxforum.net/threads/stuck-start-switch.29226/#post-314743
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      Fire-medic replied to the thread New piston rings only ?.
      I use a floor jack w/the frame piece removed, on my own.
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      Fire-medic replied to the thread Rebuild or engine swap?.
      'Running bike' and 'running bike with no issues' are two different things, unfortunately. Give us an update when you learn more.
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      Fire-medic replied to the thread Rebuild or engine swap?.
      I suspect you have a trashed big end & thrust bearing surface on the cases. Not worth fixing. A tear-down to confirm things. Did you...
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      Fire-medic replied to the thread New piston rings only ?.
      Looks like a hone is in-order, if that won't do it, then a re-bore/oversize pistons/rings. Checking the valves, lapping them in, at a...
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      Fire-medic replied to the thread Fuel pump.
      You can use one that generates something like 4 psi like an inline pump, just be sure you mount it, plumb it, and wire it securely, or...
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      I have a video of the H2 750cc Kawasaki triple 2 stroke starting
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      Just wondering what number you're using for that calculation. New OEM parts and labor for a set of carburetors can easily hit $800...
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      I didn't see any on the show grounds. As the pics show, many other worthy bikes though. The newest bikes allowed into the show grounds...
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      Corbin has many variations of their seats they have offered over the years, and a fully-optioned one, will probably go for about $1,000...
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      If you can 'fit' a Corbin (I do, and I use one) this is a great deal. FYI anyone who's ever-owned a Corbin knows their Gen. 1 VMax seat...
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      I'd rather have a carbon-fibre intensive Britten than one of those. They absolutely caned the previously-dominant Ducatis in AMA Battle...
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      How about some more? The 305 Honda SOHC twins, and their 250cc little brothers, were largely responsible for Honda's reputation as...
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      What fun to watch the crate come-off, and to see the motorcycle in its glory, awaiting final assembly and prep for you, the proud new...
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