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Thread: Gas Man proposed 2016 motor build

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    Gonna be sweet when it is done!
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    I would look into cams with the compression release , I would not want people to know my bike has a hot motor. Have it look stock and whoop that ass.

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    Well being a stock 96 not a 103. I don't have compression releases.. so I have to install them in the heads... no way around that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    Well being a stock 96 not a 103. I don't have compression releases.. so I have to install them in the heads... no way around that...
    S&S makes "Easy Start" cams as an option, but I'm not sure how well they'd go with your build. Something to discuss with Fuel Moto.

    http://www.sscycle.com/go-fast-showc...sy-start-cams/

    Showing compression release buttons on your heads as a "tip-off" that you have a built motor is a bit of a stretch, its about convenience.
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    Yeah I'm not sacrificing performance for the lack of compression releases... just isn't that important to me.
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    Big motor, big clutch, time for a Baker compensator.

    http://bakerdrivetrain.com/Compensator-sprocket-kit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry64 View Post
    Big motor, big clutch, time for a Baker compensator.

    http://bakerdrivetrain.com/Compensator-sprocket-kit
    He's already ordered it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kosher View Post
    He's already ordered it.

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    I'm gonna learn a few things over the winter with this G. Very nice, looking forward to this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moesride View Post
    I'm gonna learn a few things over the winter with this G. Very nice, looking forward to this.
    Yep yep! I'm anxious to see the end results also!

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