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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-20-2009, 01:28 AM Thread Starter
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Some pics after rebuild RE Head 14:1 Web4 etc..

I always am interested to see what others have done so I figured I would post up what I have done over the last few months. I wanted to make a true stock bore duner that could hang with most bikes at the hill.
Started with a 06 700 with Big 3, HC3 and 11:1 JE piston.

New build consists of
Racers Edge CNC Head
+1 Ferra valves and Ferra HD Springs
KMS head stud Kit
Web4 Cam
Racers Edge 102mm 14:1 piston
Dynatek Programmable ignition
FCI Intake
Slingshot Lockup
KDS Racing +3mm TB
PCIII
Monster Duals
+5 SLC Swingarm
Elka Elite shocks

I did the assembly outiside of having RE do the valves and springs.

I have not had it on the dyno yet but am going to take it up to Roosterbuilt to get it tuned in the next month or so.
I had it out to Sandlake for the maiden voyage last week and I was very pleased, it ran great with no problems leaks or issues.

I originally only planned on doing some minor upgrades to my original build, long story short I ended up changing quite a bit.
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06' 700
Racers Edge +1 CNC Head
RE 14:1
Web4
Barkers, PC3, Dynetek
KDS +3mm TB, FCI Intake
Fox Floats
Slingshot Lockup

Tualatin, Oregon

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Few more pics during build
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06' 700
Racers Edge +1 CNC Head
RE 14:1
Web4
Barkers, PC3, Dynetek
KDS +3mm TB, FCI Intake
Fox Floats
Slingshot Lockup

Tualatin, Oregon
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Very nice Bryan, I think your going to be more than happy with that build. I thought I saw you drive thru Newberg last week with your bike.
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Yep last Friday? We went to SL for a day trip, SL is great during the week if you can make it, no one there and great weather.

06' 700
Racers Edge +1 CNC Head
RE 14:1
Web4
Barkers, PC3, Dynetek
KDS +3mm TB, FCI Intake
Fox Floats
Slingshot Lockup

Tualatin, Oregon
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Very nice looking work......Should really make you pleased !!


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Looks real good and fast! I think you should put some like budweiser cans or redbull cans on the extra shock parts hanging on the side, that would look sweet. Have you thought about some lightning graphics or something to make it stand out a little, it would kinda match too since lightning is fast. I really like the flame sprocket cover, it looks cool, did you make it or buy it? I saw a flamed swingarm that would match that perfectly.

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Bryan, looks great man. I am sure you gave plenty of people a run for their money with your little stock bore/stroke. Glad everything worked out for ya! Where are the pics of you and the wife representing the RE shirts


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Oh yeah Yellow, it is real fast, dont you remember, oh wait, you did not get to see it the last time because I think you were getting towed back to camp.

I guess you will have to take my word for it.

I am not a huge fan of the flamed cover either, maybe I could borrow yours. If you dont ride it you dont need it.

06' 700
Racers Edge +1 CNC Head
RE 14:1
Web4
Barkers, PC3, Dynetek
KDS +3mm TB, FCI Intake
Fox Floats
Slingshot Lockup

Tualatin, Oregon

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Let me know next time you head out there I live in Dundee. I'll have my bike back in a month or so but I can take the girlys 700
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Let me know next time you head out there I live in Dundee. I'll have my bike back in a month or so but I can take the girlys 700

Kosta......What`s happening with the build ?? Send me a PM.

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