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Shout Box

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  • Sonreir™:
  • I miss my XJ. Handled a heck of lot better than it looked.
  • Today at 18:08:36
  • Maritime:
  • Poo the stage 3 is for an XJ wrong engine. There is a stage 1 that likely will help but we may end up needing to go up a little more on the main and then it's not much point.
  • Today at 16:22:58
  • Maritime:
  • I'm also reading their jets can be shaped different from OEM to work better with their kits vs. looking up the sizes and ordering seperate. that could be hooey but I don't know
  • Today at 16:18:53
  • Maritime:
  • Yep , I am looking and they make a stage 3 for K&N and open pipes and it has everything needed. but I can't find a store carrying it yet
  • Today at 16:04:53
  • Kamn:
  • *dyno not dunk......damn autocorrect
  • Today at 15:41:52
  • Kamn:
  • I personally haven't but have been looking into getting a dunk jet kit for the GPZ.....all I have read about it on the KZ forum say it wakes the bike up
  • Today at 15:41:29
  • Maritime:
  • But if I can sourrce the new jets and needles cheaper I would just do that
  • Today at 15:39:43
  • Maritime:
  • so anyone here tried Dyno Jet kits for bikes? The Viagra needs a rejet to prevent another lean condition issue. Looks like the stock pipes had the baffles pulled and the air box it toast. So I will need to upjet for likely Uni or K&N and there is a dyno jet kit for that.
  • Today at 15:39:03
  • Maritime:
  • Nice Kamn, both will do you good in the new camper
  • Today at 15:37:25
  • Kamn:
  • picked up a good chainsaw on the weekend as well as a 7200 watt generator
  • Today at 14:34:29
  • Kamn:
  • only way to know is lay up some fibreglass and wood and let it cure
  • Today at 14:31:39
  • Maritime:
  • I imagine
  • Today at 14:30:31
  • Kamn:
  • had to make sure the surface was smooth and flat throughout
  • Today at 14:30:18
  • Maritime:
  • Might take a few tries.
  • Today at 14:30:11
  • Kamn:
  • its all in the prep, if you screw up even a little, the whole thing can come out with a slight twist and then its just garbage
  • Today at 14:29:41
  • Maritime:
  • Yep, I just saw the mould. it look rad
  • Today at 14:29:26
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • Man, you are putting a lot of work into that recurve, Kamn.
  • Today at 14:14:45
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • Leaf springs are regularly used in bladesmithing.
  • Today at 14:11:48
  • Kamn:
  • And what up peeps
  • Today at 14:10:01
  • Kamn:
  • How about a leaf spring?
  • Today at 14:09:54
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • Though railroad steel isn't the best for blades anyway.
  • Today at 14:05:13
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • Probably just the edges.
  • Today at 14:04:59
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • Oil.
  • Today at 14:04:32
  • Maritime:
  • How are you going to quench it when you get the shape done? Oil or water or a combo. just the edge?
  • Today at 14:03:59
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • Fucker was still hot when I put it on that table. It may or may not have left a burn mark or two.
  • Today at 13:24:44
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • So artzzzzzzzzzzzz
  • Today at 13:23:48
  • hurco550:
  • *railroad spike tomahawks
  • Today at 13:20:28
  • hurco550:
  • nothing like wood welding tables and railroad tomahawks.
  • Today at 13:20:12
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • I also beat on this thing for a while:
  • Today at 12:59:12
  • Maritime:
  • Going to do the boil in lemon juice or pine sol trick I think. Might clamp a sander in the vice ans stick a tupperware box on it to make an ultrasonic cleaner too
  • Today at 12:56:20
  • Maritime:
  • I made the mistake of opening the carbs, those are going to need a major cleaning, there was hair and mouse poop and everything in them
  • Today at 12:55:18
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • Very nice man. Etta and I cleaned up in and around my shed a bit on Sunday.
  • Today at 12:55:16
  • Maritime:
  • HA is a virago hot rod. Speaking of got the bearing swaped in both heads and the motor all buttoned up on the Virago on Sun, was noce to get to wrench
  • Today at 12:54:38
  • Sonreir™:
  • Reminds me of those brokeback bikes of the early 80s.
  • Today at 12:53:33
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • I'd drive it.
  • Today at 12:44:13
  • irk miller:
  • Today at 12:37:15
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • I also learned very quickly that cold steel is much harder to move.
  • Today at 12:26:07
  • Joon-yah:
  • Ya it is,the trick is to use the entire arm and not just the forearm like normal hammering. It'll keep the arm from wearing out
  • Today at 12:16:02
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • It was a fucking workout. Ha
  • Today at 12:14:44
  • Joon-yah:
  • Totally, and something primitive about it that's relaxing.
  • Today at 12:13:24
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • You get into a rhythm with it.
  • Today at 12:12:56
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • I do enjoy swinging the hammer.
  • Today at 12:12:21
  • Joon-yah:
  • That's a good way to figure it all out
  • Today at 12:11:25
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • So I'll probably continue in that direction.
  • Today at 12:08:03
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • I hammered on a railroad spike just to play with heat settings and practice different hammer blows. It started to resemble a tomahawk.
  • Today at 12:05:30
  • Joon-yah:
  • I'll shoot it to ya,I stuck at technology,lol
  • Today at 12:05:28
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • A penguin? Pics?
  • Today at 12:04:20
  • Joon-yah:
  • Haha....that's kick ass man. That'll make it real nice. I forges a lil penguin,lol
  • Today at 12:03:55
  • JustinLonghorn:
  • Barely. The shop vac I was using as a blower gave up the ghost. Luckily there was a local guy selling a 1930 Buffalo Forge blower. 110 volt with the original rheostat. Thing is awesome. $100 and he threw in a set of flat-jawed tongs.
  • Today at 12:03:09
  • tdub:
  • aloha gents and lass;
  • Today at 11:56:27
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