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About KlotzBanshee

  • Birthday 01/10/1978

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    1999 Yamaha Banshee 421 Serval

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  1. 421 Serval Cub in the works

  2. Ok, so I talked to Jeff and I am sending my cylinders in. He is going to see what can be done with them and If the transfers are too tall there may be a 4mil Serval in the future
  3. I did a leak down test and it held air all day. It was knocking like a mofo. Pulled it apart to find a scared up piston and cylinder on the right side. And I believe I found the culprit...there was a couple grains of sand in the right side main and pilot jets plugging them.
  4. So is it really just not worth buying a new stock stroke crank and doing the top end?
  5. Oh, I didn't think you could go to a stroker crank with stock cylinders once they've been ported..?
  6. Fast Dune port. They need to be bored. At 64.75 now
  7. I have a ported stock cylinder motor on a stock t&w crank and I think one of the rod bearings went along with a piston on one side. So what is my best option? Replace, Rebuild, Time to go 4 mill??
  8. You want to swap cylinders to avoid buying race fuel? ...am I confused here? at 160-170 you should be able to get away with a 50/50 mix pump/race gas.
  9. Now I wish I would have made more of them..$
  10. I'll be getting it for xbox 360, just not right away. I used to live on Black opps-Hard core TD. But with my new job I barely get to play anymore.
  11. Looks sharp. Some new shoes would really set it off.
  12. I have a video to load up. But my computer took a shit, and all I have is my droid. New computer should be here on Tuesday, I'll try to post it then. Looks like I'll be working on the motor again this winter...dammit.
  13. Well, I'm trying to diagnose a pretty ugly sounding knock coming from my motor. I don't personally own my own compression gauge, but I do have a leak down test kit. I have a buddy with a compression gauge, but I got tired of waiting for him and started to try and figure out wtf is the deal. So I got a little ahead of myself. I'm just trying to cover the bases before I tear into her. It did pass the leak down test though...
  14. Like the title says, I pulled the carbs and pipes to do a leak down test. Now I would like to test the compression. Do I have to have the carbs and pipes installed to do a compression check? Thanks in advance. Ryan
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