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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by motorhead419, Jul 19, 2009.

  1. motorhead419

    motorhead419 New Member

    I'm new to this site and would like to share a few pics of my bike.
     

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  2. motorhead419

    motorhead419 New Member

    I'm new here and look forward to getting and also sharing performance tips for these china zingers.
     
  3. Happy Valley

    Happy Valley Active Member

    Hello and welcome to MBc!
    Looks like you're already up and running, looking good.
    Enjoy, ride safe and responsibly.
     
  4. Island Schwinng

    Island Schwinng New Member

    Nice looking rig. How many kinds of exhaust have you tried besides the kit one and the chamber you have on there now?
     
  5. motorhead419

    motorhead419 New Member

    I've had a stock black and stock chrome pipes. The chrome one I gutted and it ran pretty good. I put the chamber on because it looks mean. It seems to have a little more torque.
     
  6. motorhead419

    motorhead419 New Member

    I also got some port work done and I re-work the stock carbs. I take a bit and make the rear bigger and add a taper to the rear of the slide, then I put on a cartridge roll and clean up the whole bore. Makes the cheap carb flow a lot better. I got some pics of the stock and a re-worked carb side by side.
     

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  7. motorhead419

    motorhead419 New Member

    Slant head install tip

    Here's a tip when putting a slant head on a 80(66)cc engine with the 6mm studs. The slant head has holes for the 8mm studs so it will be a sloppy fit on the 6mm studs. I got 4 dowel pins off of a CB750 clutch cover and put them in the head holes for a nice fit. Any dowel pins that are used for 6mm bolts on about all jap motorcycle engines will do the job.
     
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