I remember Brent saying allot of the bigger 50mm+ jugs are ported close to or like a stocker, or mild Sport kit. At least it iron anyway . Im sure you will get it dialed in sweet with time. Wish i could come over and help! Then play !!! Ive got a few sets of gears in cases. I only checked the "swamp" gears for ya. Lemmie see what i have
Had a little time after work tonight to make a .050" cyl base spacer,with a .015" gasket on the top side and the stock gasket below,my transfer timing is now 130 degrees(right where I wanted it!),raised and widened the exhaust port to get 184 degrees,hope to check head squish and finish up the port cleanup after work tomorrow,will post some pics then..
Got the cases together today,what a bear!Fabed a 'puller' to install the crank without hammering(affects balance) or excessive heat(dont wanna melt that epoxy!),verrry snug fit..Made up a reed spacer to get it away from the boost port,used .250" aluminum;
Did a pressure leak test,had a big one at the carb/reed adapter, cut a gasket and it still leaked!This seems to be a common problem;
Cleaned it up and put a coat of BBQ black on for heat dissipation;
Still need to come up with the tranny gear and build a new pipe yet.. I did no piston or head mods,kept the squish at 2mm,wanna see how she 'acts'..
Last Edit: May 31, 2010 19:50:31 GMT -5 by 190mech
You've probably got it fixed already, but I use permatex ultra black on the reed gaskets. I think the last time I swapped reeds on T2 was 4-5,000 miles before the latest tear down and it was holding up well. Threebond works too, but wow is it overkill.
I was thinking of BBQ blackin' my cases since Robert suggested painting. Kinda gives me a sneak preview! ;D
If you can't find the gears by the time the pipe's done, you should try it with what you have. I bet it would be amazing fun around town. Just get someone to take pics or vids of you doing power wheelies for us! ;D
Last Edit: May 31, 2010 20:12:08 GMT -5 by 90GTVert