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Project Project X - The Hammertone Flyer

Discussion in 'Your 250cc Projects' started by GreyImport, Mar 10, 2018.

  1. GreyImport

    GreyImport Administrator Staff Member The Big Cheese Contributing Member

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    ugly

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    The smallest things give u the biggest shites :commando:

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    I think its rusted in .... its been sitting outside forever

    Ive got a torch ... Ill try that
     
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    so whats the story then grey?? a restomod?? or something completely different??
     
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    I think you will see more movement of this project after this coming weekend. :p
     
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    A little different .... watch this space! :lolsign:
     
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    A Cafe Racer ?
     
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    less cafe , more racer

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    bigger donk?
     
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    Are u doubting the ability of an FZR250 engine ? :D ..... smaller rider these days will help with power plus some little experiments with intake and exhaust ... and plus Im saving up for the biggest pod filters I can find so @Murdo and @maelstrom can help me tune it :fuckyou:

    plus theres 101 3LN engines lying around here in various stages of complete to in pieces
     
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    I see you didn't mention the 3LN carburettors, @Murdo will love the pod filters and @maelstrom will supply some big jets to make some big horsepower gains
     
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    Huge pods should go well on the 4 FCR's with long trumpets. :fuckyou:
    Dunno where your going to sit with all the big aircleaners taking up the seat area.
     
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    Just throw the jets away, bigger is better, and put a 180 section rear tyre on it.
     
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    Once you have done all that ,’it could be worth $10000 , never know your luck with a classic like that
     
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    Yup .... got the grinder out ready :imtheking:

    Actually would a wider tyre on the rear be beneficial going in a straight line only as opposed to cornering, on this bike ?

    only 1 of 1 made :D ..... I posted an image of that $200 FZR and said here mate .... he pulled his ad straight away :minigun:

    Some 'apprentice' left over stock on the shelves ... very handy ... :thumb_ups: ... and the sticker will make it go faster

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    You will need an exhaust to suit........
     
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    No, the stock tyre will be fine. Big wide tyres may look cool but they sap HP to drive them and increase rolling resistance.
     
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    Yeah true, but that will be offset by the twin turbos
     
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    Ahh. I forgot about the twin turbo-superchargers boosting to 75lbs. :lolsign:
     
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    No way mate. She is not for sale, going straight to the pool room.
     
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