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It would appear that all I need to do here is make some flanges, cut and weld this thing to the right length and I'm set?
Throw on some mufflers and all done?
For now I bought some megaphones im going to strip the packing out of and run on the stock pipes,
Going to look into building something lighter, with better flow from the head after I port it, but for now its out of my budget.
I just went ahead and ordered a set of spokes of the proper length from dime city, stainless with all the hardware.. not going to skimp on these guys as I want to keep them for a long while so.. why flake out on the lacing.
Ill post pictures when I start a build log for my race bike
You fucked up your timing....
Consult the manual for proper timing procedures, cam position, etc....
You may have bent a valve, as what sounds like is happening is you are colliding the piston into at-least 2 of the valves....
not so expensive to fix but might have made a bit of trouble for...
Thats my current strategy, the stock headers are just so heavy
I guess ill buy some decent / light cones, clamp or weld em upswept to the stock headers then when I do a more serious motor build replace them with fabbed ones.
Any Ideas here? For a race build?
I have conflicting ideas that I've summoned from reading / combing through others builds and articles.
I'm thinking 2-1 has low end advantage, weight savings, and clearance benefits
2-2 Top end, belly pan is easier to fit, and looks better ( my opinion )
Building a set of wheels for a track day 350, got the rims, got the hubs, have some spokes have some questions
Stock spokes should work for the rear rim correct? maybe Ill need spoke washers? I could buy a chromed spoke kit for about 45$ on ebay for this one.
For the front...
Agreed, very weary of any shops that dont have experience with this motor... I think works is going to be my go to...
Was maybe hoping an individual would crop up who I could pay for their personal time, but I think that's unlikely.
its a cb360, and yes, i know all that is envolved :(
would do the job myself but I lack the space / time, I put it together from the ground up and Im not too happy about needing to outsource this
I have top end work and a overbore done to the thing so.. its hard to measure the worth of just...
Having a really similar problem right now, left carb overflows with fuel, but not then running ( wouldnt know atm ), raised my float height from 19/5 all the way to 25 and it does not leak, but its way off,
Re: CB360's - Speak No Evil, See No Evil, Hear No Evil (and eventually, just EVIL)
i second the angle grinder wire brush ( brass ) technique, takes it off pretty quick.. but.. BE CAREFUL, remember i showed you the big gash on my stomach from where it grabbed on my shirt, lucky it didn't do...