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scored some junk today at the ski round top meet

chrome sugar scoops and a nice flywheels, mine was thrashed


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engine needed a laundry list of parts but it's done, time to get this bad boy back on the road!

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Have that flywheel balanced with the PP and lightened a bit. Made a world of difference to the throttle response of mine. That and an 050 dizzy.
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I did the same thing with my crusty HE's too. Bursch makes thermal reactor bypass pipes you should consider unless you already have a set.
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Have that flywheel balanced with the PP and lightened a bit. Made a world of difference to the throttle response of mine. That and an 050 dizzy.
Thanks for the tips, I will consider getting it balanced. In retrospect I should have had this flywheel turned but there were so many little side projects I was doing all at the same time I just lost track of those little details.

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I did the same thing with my crusty HE's too. Bursch makes thermal reactor bypass pipes you should consider unless you already have a set.
I have a really clean set of heat exchangers, thermal reactor bypass tubes and a Bursch muffler to install.... In a perfect world I would jet hot or cerakote all these but I can't let this project $ tab run wild! I think since the exhaust will be easily removable now (no rusty nut nubs) that I will get experiment with some high temp paints and if it just flakes off I'll get all of it coated over the winter.
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