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    little more paint...

    Thanks Lugs! I was going to do Cycle X's big bore kit but I figured for a budget build, I'll put the money elsewhere. Maybe next time...
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    Blasted the head, breather cover, transmission cover, and oil filter cover. Also picked up some pistons and clutch plates.
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    I really like that its air cooled!!!

    Nice work on the paint
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    Thanks! Yeah it will be a unique buggy with the 750. I'm still thinking about throwing a fan on there with a switch as the seats will block most of my airflow.
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    couldn't hurt, prolly a good ieda.
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    If theres a spot for oil cooler that be a good idea. There are some kits that bolt on where oil filter spins on that will give you the ports for lines. I picked up a complete setup, cooler lines and adapter for $100.
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    thanks for the advice - CycleX sells an oil filter/cooler combo for $90 so I'm sure I'll get in touch with them.
    Last edited by wschilawski; 03-13-2014 at 07:30 AM.
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    oil filter/cooler combo ordered
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    Motor looks great in black! I considered a kz1000 motor for my buggy because it was free, I turned it down because it was air cooled and a wanted a full firewall to keep noise out and it had a dead cylinder, I did a leak down test and it was blowing a lot of air out of the exhaust so I assumed burnt valve. I should have taken it anyway. These air cooled, long stroke engines make a ton of power.

    Oh and belated, but welcome!!
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    Forgot to mention that I ordered a stainless fasteners set for the motor, along with a cylinder hone, and STEEL! Let the build begin!
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