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The REAL project PSI

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Old 01-11-2008
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Default The REAL project PSI

I said I would never post it until its done but I am getting close and thought I would post it anyway. Lots of progress pictures. As it sits now, its needs some plumbing done, final fit on the pipes and some electrical then just little stuff to finish it up. And sorry powersledder, this is the REAL project PSI.

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Motor mock up

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U cooler and U cooler install

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As it sits now

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Looks Good!
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Dude, WTF where are the Monster stickers?

Total cost, total weight?
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No weights yet, plan on weighing it dry and wet. I am still racking up the total build cost.
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what top end is that. the 750?
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Yes its the Genesis II 750 reed valve (as you can see) motor that I picked up at Haydays.
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Old 01-13-2008
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Ibreakstuff said I needed some specs so here you go

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PSI Genesis II cylinder reed motor (based of a RXL/650 bottom end)
750cc
170-175HP on 92 octane at 9000rpm + or - 500rpm
10 port cylinder, porting and reeds are based of a Honda CR250 port design
38MM Mikunis
SLP pipes

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GenII twin bulkhead
GenII bellypan
Some kind of after market tunnel
BOSS/CMX lightweight seat
Lightweight hood
Lightweight steering arms and rods
Lightweight trailing arms
Custom built U cooler (from 1200psi on snowest)
CMX dropped and rolled chaincase
144" M10 rear skid
144"x2" track
Vanamburg gasrack and LED tail/brake light
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Looks pretty impressive!! Best looking 650 engine I've seen!!
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Well have you taken it for a rip yet? Were waiting!

How about a little vid to see what she looks and sounds like!
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^^ I want to hear a sound clip as well!!
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Well have you taken it for a rip yet? Were waiting!

How about a little vid to see what she looks and sounds like!
He would need snow for that. He has had a dusting, but that's it this year.
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oh that is a heck of a list there little buddy!! looks amazing!
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where'd ya get that airbox Timmy??
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very nice indeed, what's plate for on the cylinder covers? would you happen to have a pipe wrench? lol
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It's called a girdled head, although this isn't a one piece; but it does the same thing. It spreads the stress out across all the jugs, things start to flex when you have a lot of power.
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Hey, that looks great.

and I won't give you shit for posting up your "almost done" project, cause we all know at least you will finish it. lol

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170-175HP on 92 octane at 9000rpm + or - 500rpm
umm, holy shit!
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where'd ya get that airbox Timmy??
I have had it for awhile, I think I picked it up on SF

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very nice indeed, what's plate for on the cylinder covers? would you happen to have a pipe wrench? lol
I think we may have one you can borrow. Thats one nice thing about our shop, we arent lacking on tools.

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It's called a girdled head, although this isn't a one piece; but it does the same thing. It spreads the stress out across all the jugs, things start to flex when you have a lot of power.

100% correct
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Old 01-16-2008
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Ordered a few things for it in the past couple days.

SLP SLT skis
Cat roller secondary to play around with
Koso digital tach/water temp gauge

Scratch the Koso tach and gauge, Bikeman is out of stock of them and Koso doesnt make them anymore. Great back to the drawing board on what to do for a permanent tach.

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Did a few little things on it today. I found a slight oversight by me during mock up that is going to require me to pull the motor to fix. OPPS!
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coolant lines? wiring? Steering?
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Steering column has a bend in it for a twin.
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Steering column on it has the bend in it, with that bend I cant use any type of airbox or pods. So I have a straight column that I will be putting on it.

Its my fault I should have checked it before I put it all together.
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Well my thought of simply swapping out the column isnt going to work. As you can see in this picture the straight one is longer where it attachs to the bulkhead so it wont work. So I took the one with the bend in it to the machine shop and he is making it straight for me.

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So here is how it sits right now.

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At least you got the skis on, you're making some progress
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Old 01-23-2008
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Well I weighed it today and I am very pleased.

447lbs dry
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