Ural 2WD project

MotorbikeBruno said:
This ^ actually made me laugh. And I agree. I have yet to see a screwdriver...or anything normal! haha. Whitedragoon, I enjoy this build far too much. Keep at it man.

Naah. You can see a whole rack of screwdrivers in the picture, right behind that...that...What the hell is that thing?
 
Lmao guys stop picking on my tools. I just have an obsession to motorcycles and some engineering! And that that thing looks like gonna be an engine soon ;)
 
My friends being nosy
 

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And Yes I love my garage and all the shit I have
 

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Or he has that stash and his wife/girlfriend never sets foot in there. If they don't see it, it can't freak them out and make them want to throw shit out and make the place pretty ;D
 
buzznichols said:
Naah. You can see a whole rack of screwdrivers in the picture, right behind that...that...What the hell is that thing?

What made me laugh so hard I just about spit coffee all over my monitor?

buzznichols tag line:

"Guess what, daddy. Boys have a penis, and girls have an agenda!" - Hank Nichols, age 3
 
Great build and what a fantastic working shop ;D love it.......andy ;)
 
Got new plates made and now can finally rise the cylinders! Also found titanium rods and made a bit longer valve push rods from it. Originally it should me aluminium rods with steel ends but Ive read some stories that if you ride for a long time on high rpms you can just bend it!
 

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Quite the build so far, definitely some great one off parts you have created so far. Can't wait for the final product.
 
Ive read some stories that if you ride for a long time on high rpms you can just bend it!
It's true, and it hurts like HELL!
Oh.... wait.... different subject.

Great stuff w-d, keep up the good work.
 
I bet he's 40 years old and invented some nifty lubricant in a blue spraycan with yellow prints on it.. hence the name.
 
Bert Jan said:
I bet he's 40 years old and invented some nifty lubricant in a blue spraycan with yellow prints on it.. hence the name.

Lmao some of my friends saying to me: Can you give me a little bit of your blood? I have a rusty bolt there.

Anyways the heads are fully reworked. Original 8mm stem valves were replaced with BMW 7mm ones. Also made bigger valve heads! This is real lego puzzle:
Valves - some BMW E30 (not sure)
Springs and retainers - nicked from Mazda engine with a way better valve train
Guides - Lancia Thema (with some modification for better flow)

And everything fitted ..well.. almost perfectly
 

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And ported a little bit :)
 

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The pics of original port with guide and new improved and ported later.
 

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Bert Jan said:
Fuck me.. You're quite the mechanic. When the zombies come, i'll be on your team ok?

Lol garage wont help prevent from zombies!

Anyways made plates for carb synchronization. Ported them too for perfect matching with heads and carbs. Better flow - more power!
 

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