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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 02-23-2015, 05:17 PM
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what ya doing about the oil tank and all? is there a kit with mounts for the 700 motor? looking forward to the build...
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post #12 of 21 (permalink) Old 02-23-2015, 07:20 PM Thread Starter
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No one makes a kit, Cuervo was going to and then didn't I still might see if he can make the mounts for me. That'll save me some time, if not they should be real easy to fab up. Not going to run an upper mount.id like to ditch the oil tank, but not sure if I will or not. Haven't made an motor plans yet, most likely will be spraying it, shooting for 100-110hp. Chassis weight should fall between 240-250 lbs ready to go down the track.
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Man I can't imagine getting one of these big bores down to that weight range. Balsa wood, fibergass, motor and tires I guess. Lol
Nobody around here does the drag quad thing so it's completely foreign to me.

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The weight thing is by far the most tedious and expensive, nothing on the bike except what is absolutely necessary to make it go done the track. Lots of titanium and aluminum.
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Here it is all major cutting is done, just a few hundred hours of grinding and cleaning up to do. Weighs under 30lbs as it sits.

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u missed some

but seriously, thats alot cut out..
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White13 you still doing the 700/660 hybrid? I'm letting my 660 motor go and starting the same project this winter. Haven't seen much mention of this build since you posted in February. Cuervo seems to have completed a few of these builds so I'm leaning on Daniel for advice. Keep me posted on the progress. I'm still looking for a buildable 700 motor.

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No scrapped this project, never did anything more with it than was posted here.
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No scrapped this project, never did anything more with it than was posted here.
Ok, thanks. I'll do a build thread on it and take plenty of pics for everyone who decides to go there. It seems to be worked out and easily attainable now that Monster is building a dual exhaust for the hybrid. If I had to monkey with a nice 660 or 700 - $700 exhaust system then I would have reconsidered.

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