" Think you're going to find the whole thing is not up to a ton. "
Vee Haff our methods , http://www.ebay.com/itm/Harley-Davidson ... 7675.l2557
crikey , will have to flog this while its still there . http://www.landracing.com/forum/index.php?topic=6173.0
Just researhing its potential .
If the big end / crank were the same specs as the ohv 1000 , it might take a bit of stick . But it looks like it isnt .
Undertakeinfg another project which is more purrformace biased . This will be dormant for a while , though Id better get up the way and get what
nos spares are available .
YES , Mark - cant think of a reason why it wouldnt , will wait and see if a 16H frame and Webb Girder assy fall out of the sky on me . May well go the way
of the Triton though , home build widelineish with Tri 68 swing arm , with forks & brakes on the front .
Early Classic Raceing story in N.Z. , where the ' in ' set required puka works racers , was a Lad with a 741B , with annual improvements over 5 years had it leading the works racers ,
whereupon it Grenaded spectacularly reduceing itself to scrap entirely . So , while 30 horse / the Ton may be available , supercharged nitro burning tyre shredding action is unlikely .
Though Phil Irvine wrote a artical on supercharged rooadsters , this is unlikely also . Unless one of these falls out of the sky also . Though those Kompressor mercs could end up in the
scrap yard & it would be one way to get a S.V. to breath .
Just fell over a suitable muffler in the workshop , so thats set aside , anyway .
One of the old positive stop foot shift boxes & a Ridgid frame would be a start , We Shall See .
The Japanese response to ' styling ' , was to add more .