I didn't, summer is short, he needed to ride this thing. This coming winter, he is pledging to do it up properly. I'll assist, but must budget my time.Did you cut the ports? Oh come on it makes them run tremendous! But reliability will suffer! One of the best RD tuners lived in you area, Chet Watson, since passed but his son knows the ropes Chet jr.
I tried searching this Chet Watson fellow. My area... New England? Epping, near New England Dragway?I'll give you a friendly reminder! LOL
Thank you, here in the road salt belt, the battle of corrosion rages fiercely on the four wheeled vehicles. I'll give it a lookI use lanolin based oil products to take care of corrosion issues and found this stuff that maybe available in your neck of the woods.. for the top of your forks
I have also used a lanolin based type stiff grease that you dip stainless screws into as a insulator to stop electrolysis when screwing into aluminum boats etc
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Fluid Film is also lanolin based as is Woolwax. I have them both.Thank you, here in the road salt belt, the battle of corrosion rages fiercely on the four wheeled vehicles. I'll give it a look
A Dykes ringed piston... out of what? looks like some attempt at intake port boosting. The two big holes, are obviously standard.Seeing this post late! Planning to blow it up with Pyrodex or is there a performance secret that I haven't heard of????
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Love it.RD 350 The 3 small holes actually detuned the engine, failed experiment!!! The larger did swirl intake under piston crown to cool it. Big holes have also been enlarged.