my big bore banshee build

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  1. Antec1200X

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    finally got my superior sleeve bigbore back after about 3 months of no riding time.its bored out to 76.5mm and i managed to get double ringed pistons.my right foot is already aching lol,the one on the right is the 10mill bored out to 72.5mm and its gunna fly,just waiting for the crank and trenched cases to show up in the mail
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    So what are you gonna do with 2 big bore kits?
     
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    build 2 fast motors.need to keep one as a spare.never again will i have to wait 3-4 months to go riding
     
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    I do that, keep spares around.
    Makes a lot of sense when you have a lot invested into a machine.
    For the KTM 125 dual sport I have a wide ratio enduro motor and a close ratio MX motor.
    Nice to be able to switch back and forth, about 1 hour to swap motors.

    The 250 in my Blaster was originally intended to be a spare for my 300, but I found this perfect storage place for it...

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    id invest in another bike but building bigbore banshee's gets expencive
     
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    As you can see from the seat that 250 makes a lot of power I:I
     
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    Ha! I never thought of that! <LMAO> Stretched the seat covering.
    My knobby knees clenching on for dear life!
     

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