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  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Gas Man proposed 2016 motor build

    I want to do a motor build on my bike this winter.

    ~~Motor Build~~

    107" kit $1300 (woods cam & SE lifters?)
    jugs $700
    head porting $879

    Manual Compression releases $100
    TB porting $169
    AIM Fuel Moto lock clutch $240
    =$3,400

    http://www.fuelmotousa.com/p-28617-1...-bore-kit.html


    Decorative:
    PM DRIVE contrast cut rocker boxes $500
    RSD Clarity Cam Cover $400
    ==$4,300


    cam chain tensioner shoes - zippers $125

    Jagg Fan assisted oil cooler low mount - $420

    Front engine stabilizer
    Ness Deep Cut #03-661 $99

    Fuel Moto Race Wires $40



    ***Things I need more research on***

    $10 Pushrod tube clip tool
    SE push rod tubes ~$100

    High output stator
    Shifter shaft seal
    Inner primary seals


    >>>ORDERED<<<
    Baker compensator #153608
    $359.10+tax=$380.65+$11shipping=$392

    The bike already has the Baker Attitude manual primary chain adjustor and the Baker Bully Outer primary cover.
    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
    -Chris
    aka Gas Man

    "Why pay somebody else to fuck up your bike?"
    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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    You hate money more than Kosher does!
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    How many miles on ur motor now?

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    The push rod tube clip tool is well worth it. I think you should consider S&S push rod tubes, if I'm not mistaken the upper part is taller and the lower part is shorter, which means you'd have more room to push the lower part up once the clip is off. This gives you more room to adjust the push rods. The FM push rods are Smith brothers push rods, the adjuster nuts are higher up, making them a bitch to adjust with stock or SE tubes.
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    I think I must Al, but then again in this Dept I'm playing catchup with him.

    Almost 35k. Nothing wrong with it besides like Tim Allen said MORE POWER

    Ok kosher. Sounds good. Keep the tips coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    Ok kosher. Sounds good. Keep the tips coming.
    I'm not sure if the dimensions are any different from stock with the S&S or SE, I was told that after I was having a bitch of a time getting the lower part of the tubes up far enough to get two wrenches on the adjuster nuts, but it bears asking.

    The paper clip/rubber band thing will not even come close to working. Fuel Moto includes this little stand that sits on the tappet cover and the bottom of the pushrod tube sits on it, but getting that thing in is a challenge with the stock tubes.

    The pic below shows you how little room you have once the holder tool is in, you adjust the pushrods using the top two nuts. They are showing you the front (intake, I think) push rod, which of course is easier, but the rear ones dont give you a very good angle to get your wrenches in.

    When you are assembling its MUCH easier because you do the rear ones first before the front ones go in. But if you have to adjust after the install (as I have learned), its much more complicated.

    The 2nd pic is the holder tool they give you.




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    So they give you that holder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    So they give you that holder?
    They do, but getting those pushrod tubes up high enough to get it in is a bitch
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    Ok.


    And I remember HD having a high output stator as an aftermarket part. But I'd be damned if I can find it now..
    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
    -Chris
    aka Gas Man

    "Why pay somebody else to fuck up your bike?"
    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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    Coolio! Baller!!

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