At 250 lbs. Yer werkin that 250 hard. Im guessIng his is built too.
And get a pipe that favors the low end.
Ring caught a port. I will never not do a top end rebuild on a blaster again. Everything said it was good to go. Port champher was the only wild card.
I have a rear grab bar. Yours free if you still need it.
So. Got the blaster finished. Took it for its first ride to start tuning. Pre plug chop, rediculously rich 250 mj. 120 psi. Leak test good. Fired...
Almost forgot heel guards. Custom guards in the works.
Almost there. Hoping to be doing plug chops mid week.
Be amazed at all the knowledge here. Welcome.
I would step that up 1 more. I'd call that plug right on the line.
At your elevation. Stock I would guess a 220mj. Uni air filter 230. Lid off 240.
The 88 and 89 came stock with a 220. In 90 they richened em up...
How the hell big would your main jet be if you had a turbo?
That's how they captured all the slow.
Good call thanks.
I need the front fender support bracket. Any one got one?
82 cutty thanks for the tip.
It is dupli-color metal cast over a gray primer. It doesn't coat well.
Definitely start with a 320 then.
Sorry to be hard on you, but you are getting on the right track. I would go even higher on the main jet. I'd start with a 320 and chop down....
One thing about building a bike. It's like Christmas morning many times a year.
I prepped and painted the front fenders. Plasti-dip. It goes on nice. Covers well. I am not convinced it will be very durable.
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