|Posted on Monday, July 22, 2013 - 01:43 am: ||
Zac4mac, tell me about it. Seems way high but hes the only one doing it so he can charge what he wants I guess. I also dont like the stroker idea, little more compression and air flow, even with stock cams to keep the reliability would be enough with an 1190 kit.
|Posted on Monday, July 22, 2013 - 06:48 pm: ||
WOW those must be some cams and head work
110 cc is less than 7 cuin.
5 hp per cuin.
sounds fishy.... or its all on top
Question, with larger pistons, does that not effect the engine ballance?
|Posted on Monday, July 22, 2013 - 11:54 pm: ||
I put ci but meant cc
|Posted on Tuesday, July 23, 2013 - 09:42 am: ||
Nvbuell.. thanks for the find that is the one! It seems like they are in Europe no? I'm a bit confused as to how they are operating on the salt flats. Is it just for competition or do they have a shop nearby?
From what I've read I think they are the ones to go to... no insane prices, just awesome optimization of what we already have.
Anyone consider increasing the redline and moving the torque curve to the right? Lightened stock crank and connecting rods, stronger valve springs, different cam, ported head, full exhaust...
Or pricier option.. destroked and lightened crank.. shaved head, higher compression, E85...
|Posted on Tuesday, July 23, 2013 - 11:01 am: ||
1ofakind; Twin made the trek to the Salt Flats to test what they have been doing. No shop. It was to put to the test all the stuff they have been working on. These guys know Buell's! They ride them, supply parts for em and improve upon them. One of the few that does alot of R&R and offers some great products. A set of velocity stacks and other mods from them is on my radar. Would love to get my hands on the big bore kit!