Riding Rich Ported Cylinders

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by 210061741, Mar 31, 2010.

  1. 210061741

    210061741 Guest

    Well it seems as if things aren't gonna work out with Pirate.

    I'm pondering the thought of porting Jugs for the general public.

    $50.00 you supply the JUG.

    $75.00 Portjob and Jug.

    This would include shipping.

    I spent alot of time on this project and i hate to see it all go to waste.
    I can start with that and hopefully grow from there.

    I would very much enjoy manufacturing a Billet Engine.
    All i need is a CNC.

    I have 12 years experience as a Machinist.

    It seems the HT engines and parts are drying up.

    There is no way im gonna quit....I'll find a way.


    Peace
    Riding Rich
    :cool2::cool2::cool2:
     

  2. 210061741

    210061741 Guest

    I will be setting up a buisness site this weekend.
    That way the transactions can be completed securly.

    I have one of the newly ported cylinders on my bike now.

    They are off the hook.

    I will also post videos of my reed valve setup this weekend.
    I have a way of building it into the cylinder.

    Please PM me if your interested.
     
  3. Fabian

    Fabian Well-Known Member

    Send me a reed valve intake to Australia ASAP.
    What manufacturer will you be using for the reed valve petals, if i need to replace them (as a serviceable item) from an Australian retailer.

    My credit card is waiting.

    Fabian
     
  4. 210061741

    210061741 Guest

    Polini for now. Carbon Fiber

    But plenty of reed materials are available.

    we will see how it goes.
     
  5. 210061741

    210061741 Guest

    What you guys tellin me you don't want a screamin engine ???

    I'm confused
     
  6. Gh0stRider

    Gh0stRider Banned

    What happened with pirate bikes? (you can send me a PM if you don't want it public) Does this affect your plans for the American built EPA cert. in frame engine?
     
  7. 210061741

    210061741 Guest

    Kinda like a clip out of Orange County Choppers the team had a dispute.
    They can argue why can't we.
    Or i did anyway....... :whistling:


    They pushed my buttons.
    And i popped.

    Now i get no response from Pirate e-mail or whatever.

    And Taco....He wasn't around when it all happened.
    So he's not involved. Everyone please dont involve Taco.

    But now i don't know what to think.

    I have several ported cylinders for justin and he won't talk to me.

    Now they are his jugs so i owe him jugs at least.

    But i didn't get paid for the portwork yet either.

    So i dont want to send them back and not get paid.

    Geeze he won't even talk to me....will he pay me....maybe but whats the guarentee.

    And then they have my magic porting config and im out.
    He can stay mad and build the engines without me.

    Which somehow i think he will.

    So ima sell the jugs to buy more.

    Give him his jugs back.

    And gie my own thing goin.
     
  8. Fabian

    Fabian Well-Known Member

    Hi Rich

    How much is it to ship one of your ported cylinders to Australia.

    Fabian
     
  9. thine82

    thine82 Member

    will a reed valve quiet my bike? check out my pics and read the comments under them.. and tell me what i can do please to make it silent as possiable please
     
  10. Fabian

    Fabian Well-Known Member

    The reed valve will reduce the induction sound of your engine because air fuel mixture will not be entering a state of reversion, commonly associated with non reed valve piston ported engines.

    The reed valve will also improve the intake efficiency of the engine and boost torque output through the rev range, particularly low and midrange rpm.
     
  11. Fabian

    Fabian Well-Known Member

    Everyone should be using reed valve intake systems on their engines and Rich is going to make them available in large quantities to the public, as they will be flying out the door into the hands of happy customers.

    Fabian
     
  12. 210061741

    210061741 Guest

    Fabian

    Thanks for asking about shipping outside the US.

    I will look into that.

    REEDS REEDS REEDS REEDS

    Ok guys i know you have been waiting for this one.
    And ureka i got it.

    I will be able to incorporate the Reed Valve into the Cylinder.
    I'm working on it now and anticipate easily having it completed today.

    I will post my pics and a video showing it on the bike running and then we will go for a ride.

    So if all goes well....this configuration will be available next week.

    Then you guys better buy.

    So i can bring more woderful products to the people.

    And no worries mate.

    I will post instructions and step by step video on building the rest of the performance Engine.

    Honestly the hardest part is the cylinder porting.

    Anyone can easily do the rest.

    Peace

    Riding Rich
     
  13. thine82

    thine82 Member

    I want one for sure.. i am trying to get power , speed, and make it quiet as possiable..
     
  14. Fabian

    Fabian Well-Known Member

    Excellent Rich.

    If you can supply, i will buy.

    Now, we needs pics of the reed setup and we need pics of your prototype big bore cylinders.
    For my application, i'm not that concerned with a ported cylinder, but i want a big bore, low rpm engine that produces exceptionally strong low rpm torque with a standard muffler.
    A tuned pipe will just have the police impounding my bike because it stands out too much and makes the bike look a lot less stealthy, as well as more noisy.

    My goal is to have a low revving engine that's as quiet as possible, with a very reliable, balanced crankshaft assembly.

    Fabian
     
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2010
  15. 210061741

    210061741 Guest

    not a problem
    and actually we can make a compact tuned pipe like the X-CAN that will be quieter than stock .

    You need porting if you want power.

    Cant have one without the other.

    If the engine has to work to breathe that lost power.

    And thats where the HT looses it's power

    Ill have pics later today.

    so long as my wife dosent take me on a 24hr shopping spree.

    As well i have a new high comphead coming.

    I like the look of jims head and i know they have corrected some things.

    But the head i recieved for testing runs too hot.

    If you putt around your fine.

    If you rip around it wont be long before it overheats.

    But again please please don't take this the wrong way.

    I'm not sayiing the new version of Jims head has any problems.
    And as far as i know they fixed some things.
    I dont have the new head.

    The one i do have is very difficult to get to run cool enough.

    I run 8oz octane booster in a 1/2 gal tank with 50:1 synthetic oil.

    High octane to reduce ping.

    Even so unless i jet the carb real fat it runs too hot.
     
  16. Fabian

    Fabian Well-Known Member

    I noticed that same phenomenon with the Rock Solid Engines billet head - it ran stonkingly hot when i was able to get it to run, so hot that smoke would be rising up off the cylinder head with the bike stationary.

    The billet heads seem to need a lot more cooling surface area than they are given.

    Fabian
     
  17. Fabian

    Fabian Well-Known Member

    Rich, if you can supply one of these, i'll buy it:

    not a problem
    and actually we can make a compact tuned pipe like the X-CAN that will be quieter than stock .


    If it looks similar to the standard muffler (a little larger in diameter or length is fine) it will be a hot seller.

    Fabian
     
  18. thine82

    thine82 Member

    where do i buy a reed valve and fabian you should make sure to make the new x-can so that it will not it the peddles.. and tilt it close to the frame of the bike.. that would be nice and i will be one then..
     
  19. thine82

    thine82 Member

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9C3h9VojLxo my homemade exhaust.. you can hear it at the same point as the car near the trees it passes.. good but i am going to shoot for silent next...i will be trying a tiny car muffler.. 6 inches wide by twelve inches long and yes i will be keeping the stock exhaust pipe also
     
  20. 210061741

    210061741 Guest

    So who wants to buy a ported cylinder?
     
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