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Matty
PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 2:22 pm  Reply with quote
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vortex just doesn't seem cool anymore..

http://2strokebuzz.com/index.php?p=4116
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who's going to try it first?

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PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2008 12:41 pm  Reply with quote
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I'd say marquis, except he just loaded up on hot rod al stuff. Now when he kicks over his engine, it kicks back.

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Totally. That's cool but looks to be lacking in several areas. Namely the conn rod big end bearing isn't in the gas/oil flow. It would burn up after awhile. Cost. it is like 325 eruos. 500.00 dollars. And why wouldn't you just add a Reed valve set up to the rotary induction?

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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2008 6:01 pm  Reply with quote
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dmarquis wrote:
Totally. That's cool but looks to be lacking in several areas. Namely the conn rod big end bearing isn't in the gas/oil flow. It would burn up after awhile. Cost. it is like 325 eruos. 500.00 dollars. And why wouldn't you just add a Reed valve set up to the rotary induction?

Dave


You better get to informing all the major manufacturers of 2 stroke road race and motocross engines that the Stellaspeed tuners really know where it's at. They've had cylinder inducted reed valves on many engines. I've never seen a "gas flowed" crank on any of them. And these included the ones that are 80cc and make 28 hp stock.

The advantages may include no obstruction of intake by the crank and more direct cylinder cooling by the fuel, among other reason. If that's only 500.00, it's a bargain
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Can you say Lambretta? Try TS1. Ask Bob if his is fast. Reliable? Oh ya.
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Yeah I'm not sure what you mean by the con rod/big end not getting gas/oil. Most all motorcycles are set up this way, my PK has a cylinder reed and that's all there is for Lambrettas.

http://lambretta.net/shop/shopdisplayproducts.asp?id=182

and check out the prices dummies with Lammys have to pay!

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Derrick wrote:
Can you say Lambretta? Try TS1. Ask Bob if his is fast. Reliable? Oh ya.


Fast? You really have to get used to the power curve. Once you get past the fear factor the TS1 can be a lot of fun. Don't blow out a tire at 75 MPH.

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ya that is going to suck. It sucked when I had one go at 55ish. I almost lost it actually while I was doing 90 degree fishtails. Tubless rims...that is all I gotta say if your going to be going that fast.

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scootervillain wrote:
Derrick wrote:
Can you say Lambretta? Try TS1. Ask Bob if his is fast. Reliable? Oh ya.


Fast? You really have to get used to the power curve. Once you get past the fear factor the TS1 can be a lot of fun. Don't blow out a tire at 75 MPH.


I think it misses its owner. Your not going to pull an Egan on me are you?
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Derrick, Bob, or Brooke

Have any of you seen the RB22 kit yet? I'd love to see one first hand and how it compares to the TS1. There's a few people on the LCUSA board who have them up and running but I've yet to see one in person.

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scootervillain wrote:
Derrick wrote:
Can you say Lambretta? Try TS1. Ask Bob if his is fast. Reliable? Oh ya.


Fast? You really have to get used to the power curve. Once you get past the fear factor the TS1 can be a lot of fun. Don't blow out a tire at 75 MPH.


A guy on the 'speed has a '64 GL w/ p200 that tops out at 93mph.....

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dmarquis wrote:
scootervillain wrote:
Derrick wrote:
Can you say Lambretta? Try TS1. Ask Bob if his is fast. Reliable? Oh ya.


Fast? You really have to get used to the power curve. Once you get past the fear factor the TS1 can be a lot of fun. Don't blow out a tire at 75 MPH.


A guy on the 'speed has a '64 GL w/ p200 that tops out at 93mph.....


He must be using a gas flowed crank with case induction - otherwise his big end bearing would blow at 76 mph and he'd crash and die. It would be worse then a blown tire!
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dmarquis wrote:
Totally. That's cool but looks to be lacking in several areas. Namely the conn rod big end bearing isn't in the gas/oil flow. It would burn up after awhile. Cost. it is like 325 eruos. 500.00 dollars. And why wouldn't you just add a Reed valve set up to the rotary induction?

Dave


Ya cool!

I'm going to add a reed valve to my rotary valve with a piston ported dual over-head cam 4 valve variable timed inter-cooled turbo charged super charged N.O.S. injected with a nicasil cylinder kit to my P200 engine. Then I'm going to get one of those Teflon coated throttle cables too!
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is that going to take a 152 main jet?
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Derrick wrote:
dmarquis wrote:
Totally. That's cool but looks to be lacking in several areas. Namely the conn rod big end bearing isn't in the gas/oil flow. It would burn up after awhile. Cost. it is like 325 eruos. 500.00 dollars. And why wouldn't you just add a Reed valve set up to the rotary induction?

Dave


Ya cool!

I'm going to add a reed valve to my rotary valve with a piston ported dual over-head cam 4 valve variable timed inter-cooled turbo charged super charged N.O.S. injected with a nicasil cylinder kit to my P200 engine. Then I'm going to get one of those Teflon coated throttle cables too!


Sweet! I hear you're now working on namers.

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