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Author Topic: Blue Haze - a two-stroke miscellany  (Read 64780 times)

Offline stroker crazy

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Re: Blue Haze - a two-stroke miscellany
« Reply #20 on: Jul 01, 2014, 17:49:45 »
Here is the Tularis

A two-stroke fanatics dream come true!

For when too much horsepower is not enough.

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Re: Blue Haze - a two-stroke miscellany
« Reply #21 on: Jul 01, 2014, 20:15:01 »
Honda CR250
YAMAHA: 73 TX650, 75 RD350 76 RD400, 71 CS3, 80 XS650 75 RD200, 64 YJ1, 72 DT2mx,
73 MX250, 74 MX250A, '76 HL500, 77 TT500,
78 TT500,
KAWASAKI: '69 H1, 77 KH400, 72 S3,
72, S2, 71 F6, 72 H2, 73 H2, 72 H1, 73, H1,
74 H1 (2), 70 A1, 75 KH250, 73 S2
HONDA: '73 CR250M, 70 CB350, 70 CL350

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Re: Blue Haze - a two-stroke miscellany
« Reply #22 on: Jul 02, 2014, 06:06:26 »
Pipe dreams!

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Re: Blue Haze - a two-stroke miscellany
« Reply #23 on: Jul 03, 2014, 13:44:45 »
The legendary V4 500 2-Stroke GP Race Replica from Yamaha, the Yamaha RD/RZ 500.
We've always dreamed about the 4 cylinder 500cc Grand Prix bikes, and having the opportunity to acquire and ride a replica made for Road/Street use was a tremendous experience.
So, in 2005 we've bought this precious bike and tuned it with RacingSM specifications.
This Yamaha RD 500 V4 was imported to Portugal from Australia in the late 80's.

Pistons: 4 x WISECO (56.65 mm)
Stroke: Stock ( 50mm )
Cylinders: 4 adm.cyl, 196º exhaust, 134º transfer
Cylinder Heads: 11cc for 12.5:1 CR
Radiator: Suzuki GSX-R 750
Sparks: NGK B9VX Platinum
Reeds: Yamaha RD 350
Carburetor: OKO 34mm
Electrics: Modified by LUFO
Clutch: R6 springs & R1 disks
Silencer: MFactory West Kevlar
Exhaust: Custom Made in Portugal
Oil: Castrol TTS / ELF HTX / Castrol A747 @ 2,5%
Engine MAX RPM: ~12 300rpm
Crankshaft - ConnRod Attack Angle: 75,35º
Linear Piston Movement: 20,5 meters/second
Number of Explosions per second: 410
Gaps Gears: 42,5% | 23,5% | 16,8% | 11,8% | 8,8%
Wheels: PVM 3.5(F) & PVM 5.5(R) x 17'
Tires: Metzeler 120/60x17' & 180/70x17'
Brakes: TOKIKO 300mm (F) BREMBO 220mm (R)
Braking system: stainless steal
Suspension: Suzuki RGV 250 & OHLINS (R)
Chain: 520 RK
BlueBodywork: YZR 500 1991' & R1 2005
Lights: Ducati 999 (F) & R1 2005 (R)
Color: Blue











« Last Edit: Jul 03, 2014, 13:55:21 by Mr_Dunev »
YAMAHA: 73 TX650, 75 RD350 76 RD400, 71 CS3, 80 XS650 75 RD200, 64 YJ1, 72 DT2mx,
73 MX250, 74 MX250A, '76 HL500, 77 TT500,
78 TT500,
KAWASAKI: '69 H1, 77 KH400, 72 S3,
72, S2, 71 F6, 72 H2, 73 H2, 72 H1, 73, H1,
74 H1 (2), 70 A1, 75 KH250, 73 S2
HONDA: '73 CR250M, 70 CB350, 70 CL350

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Re: Blue Haze - a two-stroke miscellany
« Reply #24 on: Jul 03, 2014, 15:56:27 »

That's a pretty radical RZ500 you had there!! Nice!!  :D  Does it have the aluminum frame or steel?

I remember well whan the first units arrived in Toronto. The shop I was getting some work done at recieved one of the first units. They were a well known race shop and specialized in Yamaha RD's, and RZ's. It was an amazingly dense package! Not a wasted bit of space between the axles!!



I had the chance to ride around CTMP in S. Ontario 2 years ago. They had a "track time" during the lunch break at the vintage races. I followed this around for a lap or so:













Not as radical as yours, but pretty nice! And clean as a whistle!!  8)

He wasn't interested in pushing it on the track though!! I passed him and his buddies with my "stone axe h2"!! I don't blame him at all though. It's way to nice to wreck pushing it beyond your comfort level.  :D

The Kawasaki Line-Up:

"Keepin' the Good Times Rolling"

STREET:
'77 "Faux" z1 kz/zx10r "Resto-Mod" BOTM
PLAY:
'72 kv75 "Pitbike" 4 Sale
TRACK:
'81 GPz/kz550 "TrackBike"
ON THE WORK BENCH:
SeaGlider's '71 h1a/750 "FBG Sleeper"
Drewski's '74 h2b Tracy/zrx Project
FOR SALE/GONE:
'05 zx10r "RetroLookRacer"
'02 zrx1200r "DailyRider" SOLD & GONE!!
'99 zrx1100 "euro-style" SOLD & GONE!!
'75 s1-250 Triple "Survivor" SOLD & GONE!!
'74 h2b/FZ "Mongrel" BOTM, SOLD & GONE!!

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Re: Blue Haze - a two-stroke miscellany
« Reply #25 on: Jul 10, 2014, 15:30:54 »
That bike IS nice ^^

Here is an odd one

YAMAHA: 73 TX650, 75 RD350 76 RD400, 71 CS3, 80 XS650 75 RD200, 64 YJ1, 72 DT2mx,
73 MX250, 74 MX250A, '76 HL500, 77 TT500,
78 TT500,
KAWASAKI: '69 H1, 77 KH400, 72 S3,
72, S2, 71 F6, 72 H2, 73 H2, 72 H1, 73, H1,
74 H1 (2), 70 A1, 75 KH250, 73 S2
HONDA: '73 CR250M, 70 CB350, 70 CL350

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Re: Blue Haze - a two-stroke miscellany
« Reply #26 on: Jul 10, 2014, 16:46:28 »
That bike IS nice ^^

Here is an odd one



Haha! I thought those were Audi wheel covers for a sec!  ;D
The Kawasaki Line-Up:

"Keepin' the Good Times Rolling"

STREET:
'77 "Faux" z1 kz/zx10r "Resto-Mod" BOTM
PLAY:
'72 kv75 "Pitbike" 4 Sale
TRACK:
'81 GPz/kz550 "TrackBike"
ON THE WORK BENCH:
SeaGlider's '71 h1a/750 "FBG Sleeper"
Drewski's '74 h2b Tracy/zrx Project
FOR SALE/GONE:
'05 zx10r "RetroLookRacer"
'02 zrx1200r "DailyRider" SOLD & GONE!!
'99 zrx1100 "euro-style" SOLD & GONE!!
'75 s1-250 Triple "Survivor" SOLD & GONE!!
'74 h2b/FZ "Mongrel" BOTM, SOLD & GONE!!

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Re: Blue Haze - a two-stroke miscellany
« Reply #27 on: Jul 12, 2014, 16:59:53 »
Here is a Thai movie with some AWESOME bikes, and a few good races

http://video.mthai.com/trailer/player/1403751425.html

race at
10min

http://video.mthai.com/trailer/player/1403751394.html

1:15min

33:45min

http://video.mthai.com/trailer/player/1403753788.html

10:30min  BEST & LONGEST RACE


« Last Edit: Jul 12, 2014, 17:24:25 by Mr_Dunev »
YAMAHA: 73 TX650, 75 RD350 76 RD400, 71 CS3, 80 XS650 75 RD200, 64 YJ1, 72 DT2mx,
73 MX250, 74 MX250A, '76 HL500, 77 TT500,
78 TT500,
KAWASAKI: '69 H1, 77 KH400, 72 S3,
72, S2, 71 F6, 72 H2, 73 H2, 72 H1, 73, H1,
74 H1 (2), 70 A1, 75 KH250, 73 S2
HONDA: '73 CR250M, 70 CB350, 70 CL350

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Re: Blue Haze - a two-stroke miscellany
« Reply #28 on: Jul 13, 2014, 06:44:03 »
Here is a Thai movie with some AWESOME bikes, and a few good races

You sure do get around Mr. Dunev!

Crazy
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Re: Blue Haze - a two-stroke miscellany
« Reply #29 on: Jul 13, 2014, 06:56:37 »
4mm stroked crank, Buell XB12R front end with a rim size brake rotor, a V-Rod headlight, swing arm from an RGV250, Triumph Daytona 675 shock absorber.
Possibly a 421cc big-bore in the future.



From the folks over at Pipeburn: http://www.pipeburn.com/home/2014/07/07/1987-yamaha-rd350-by-motorscompany.html#.U8JV10BhstW
“Ride like the Wind” W.H.