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    waveraider 1100 poritng

    Who offers a good porting package for the waveraider 1100 besides group K?


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    check pm

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    Have Kevin gut your cases, give you a pump gas porting, and cut the head, oh and put another pulse fitting in. this will really get you some power.

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    My thoughts are that Woody would give you big improvement over what you have but I would recomend going with some 1200 cylinders carbs and ignition then get ported.
    An 1100 motor can easily be turned into a 1200 motor.
    I think if you had a ported 1100 you would be wishing you had a ported 1200.
    Woody would be a good choice i.m.o. but Have him port some 1200 jugs for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying Scotsman View Post
    My thoughts are that Woody would give you big improvement over what you have but I would recomend going with some 1200 cylinders carbs and ignition then get ported.
    An 1100 motor can easily be turned into a 1200 motor.
    I think if you had a ported 1100 you would be wishing you had a ported 1200.
    Woody would be a good choice i.m.o. but Have him port some 1200 jugs for you.
    Thanks scott I forgot to mention that I always take it for granted that you put 1200 cyls on 1100 cases.
    Thanks for the tip.

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    Would the 1200 top end work with the stock 1100 exhaust? Would I also then need to get some 1200 carbs and electrical system? Are the tripple pipe set ups I have seen around for the 1200 top ends? How much can you get them for used? Are they a set it and forget it pipe or do you got to mess with them and tune them everytime you take it out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by burton9010 View Post
    Would the 1200 top end work with the stock 1100 exhaust? Would I also then need to get some 1200 carbs and electrical system? Are the tripple pipe set ups I have seen around for the 1200 top ends? How much can you get them for used? Are they a set it and forget it pipe or do you got to mess with them and tune them everytime you take it out?
    Yes the 1100 exhuast is the preferred exhuast even for the 1200 65U engines. You can bolt up the 65U cylinders "1200" without any problems and will want the Electricals and carbs also. This will get you to the 135Hp range vs the 110 of the "63" engine you have now. Tripple pipes are a lot of work and unless your a great tuner and want to tune each time you ride...stay with a single. You can find them for sale time to time...but often they are problematic with cracks, leaks etc

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    One of our most popular forum members has a 70 mph single pipe GP1200 you can do the same thing with your raider it won't handle quite as well but will be fast in a straight line.
    ebay or the clasifieds will get you everything you need.

    Estimated prices for parts

    Carbs $250
    Ignition/elec $150
    Piston's/Cylinder's $400/$500
    Head $75

    You could start out with your stock prop and pitch it to be in the 6900 rpm range or buy a Solas for $100 then pitch that.

    You can then sell your carbs ignition components and top end.
    Dont forget to swap the flywheel as well to get your timing right.

    Then you would have a stock 1200 motor that should easily run 65 mph in the raider

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    I have a Custom ride plate for the raider that was built for top end speed. I didn't have luck with it but another memeber "Big Mark" had great luck with it I would be willing to sell if your interested in it. Keep in mind it's for glass water only and it's what helped get my raider to 70+mph when Mark owned it.

    Let me know if you want to see some pics of it,

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    I'll give you $10 shipped for it Mike

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