my nc30 ns400 project

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it is not really the ingredience that is a secret , but what and how you do it :mrgreen:
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mikeb wrote:picked my big bore kit up from ian wrights yesterday , he,s done a great job
hope to have it fitted and running within the month :D
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How many mm make your cylinder now?

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there 63mm

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Hey Mike,

Hows it going?

Ride report? any track outings?

Cheers
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its to cold here , its in the garage covered up till at least march , i,ve had a few good runs out , very happy with it the power is great :D , i plan to get the forks off this winter and send them for rebuilding, the zxr400 forks are to stiff and harsh the front just does,nt soak the bumps up, i plan to get on track next summer

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finally finished and going on the road this summer , was set up on ian,s dyno on friday , a nice reliable 72bhp with 42lbs of torque , :D
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Very nice 8)
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Well done. That looks really nice.

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very nice project . fantastic work 8) :wink:

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Really nice work Ken, I was thinking of something like that but with the stock NS400R frame. You made this look much easier with the NC30 frame, but NC30 or 35's are hard to come by with paperwork in the USA. Biggest reason I like yours is I want to use a NC35 subframe kit from Tyga and trying to get my head around how to fit to a stock NS400R frame. How is the final product, done any track time ? Did you ever consider selling your frame adapter design ? One last question, what seat did you first want to use before you switched to rsw250 ?

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I believe that Mikeb sold the bike, so he may not get on here too often.

Perhaps try a PM...
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Thanks Mark, I will.

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Seacoast69 wrote:
Mon Jan 11, 2016 7:13 pm
Thanks Mark, I will.
Did you manage to get hold of the builder I'm interested in his design for mounting the engine in the nc30 frame thank's
Turk

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No, never got any response.

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TURK wrote:
Sun Jun 25, 2017 6:07 pm
Seacoast69 wrote:
Mon Jan 11, 2016 7:13 pm
Thanks Mark, I will.
Did you manage to get hold of the builder I'm interested in his design for mounting the engine in the nc30 frame thank's
Turk
He used a custom made cradle mounted to from the standard NC30 engine/frame mounts.
If it ain't broke, fix it 'til it is.

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