Project free blasty!

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself' started by HawaiianBassHed, Aug 28, 2019.

  1. HawaiianBassHed

    HawaiianBassHed Member

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    Got this running a few years back for a buddy and he may have let it sit again, he hmu like a month ago and asked if I wanted it since I was the last one to get it running. Told him I was broke, Nd he said he means I can have it free. I couldn't pick it up even so couple weeks goes by and he delivers it and all...

    Gotta check float. I disabled Tors n did 32:1 premix and got it started running for a bit but the overflow leaks like me after too many beers n holding it too long... think I got it fouled plug status. Clutch was stuck also so was just power shifting it til I realized you can just hold it in and run it til the plates loosen up so went running around with the clutch zip tied and a diagonal cutter in my pocket *pre-wet fouling condition*

    Has fmf pipe I got boyesen reeds for it. Even had a random $200 blasty motor pop up on FB classifieds and CL but it was 2hrs away and I missed it was gonna have a spare to send to KOR for a nice head mod n aggressive trail porting but oh well... replaced clutch cable as it broke and did the rear brake cable to just foot moose +4" on accident *who knows maybe a +4 swinger will fall from the heavens* n one of the pos blue k&n style filters anyway, on to pix...

    Hopefully the new host site and img tags work. I prefer this to the uploaded pix unless the host site goes down I suppose...

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  2. Awk08

    Awk08 Administrator Staff Member Technician

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    That poor thing is in good hands now :)
     

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