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  1. 4 points
    A little more progress. Old school tank vent. Filler cap is a universal piece.
  2. 2 points
    Just a couple of things and I am sure others smarter than me will chime in but an oil change wouldn’t hurt or you can just do in the spring before you take it out. Battery tender Jr is good or bring battery inside. Some fuel stabilizer is a good idea but not totally necessary if tank is topped off. Chain might need some adjustments but can also be done in spring. Here is what the manual recommends at 600.
  3. 2 points
    Building some killer fabrication skills. Making do with the tools you have is rock solid old school too. End result will something to be proud of. Nice!
  4. 2 points
    Fitted tail tidy, and went for my first ride in nearly 2 months.
  5. 1 point
    Out here, when it rains people don't do more than like 40mph It's nice to be able to zip past em all either on the freeway/street and know it's unlikely you'll get in trouble
  6. 1 point
    Let's just see, using round numbers and my stock tank, not the endurance tank. I get between 24-28mpg. BIR is roughly 3 miles/lap, so ~8 laps/gal. I usually put 1 1/2 - 2 gal in for a sprint race (6 or 8 lap). So for a Trophy Dash (20 lapper), which is 22 laps counting out lap and cool down lap, you're looking at 3 gallons to be safe. I can go about 55 minutes per run in an endurance race, at 2 minutes/lap that's 27ish laps per stint which is pretty close to a tank. The fuel light is always on at that point so it makes it more exciting, lol.
  7. 1 point
    1ton has you covered. I'd add a good wash and lube (cables, chain, pivots, throttle tube etc) to prevent rust and I like to cover em with an old sheet or linen table cloth, not plastic tarp, so it can breath and stay dry. I always park em with non-oxygenated gas in the tank or Sta-bil in there if it's gonna be more than a month. No worries. BLR
  8. 1 point
    Turbo kit, extensions, chain, powdercoating, was $3200- price goes up/down depending on exchange rate... probably will be around $3400 with the extra stuff I did such as longer fuel pressure line, fuel pressure guage mount, fuel line fire sleeves... Will cost more as I upgrade to stage 2 aka "e85" in the future with aftermarket rods, valves, valve springs, transmission upgrade, sending pistons out to be ceramic coated, ARP cylinder/head studs, bigger injectors, dyno time...
  9. 1 point
    Good stuff folks! My wife put you all up to this to get me to clean up the shop, lol? Did snipe this pic from AP's shop yesterday, Guardians of the toolbox...
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