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    ? For Stroker1450

    Have you ever seen this type of cylinder mod on a 750? I think it was done but B&P Jetski?
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...ghlight=jetski


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    1450

    sorry cant say ive ever seen this setup before. back in the day we ported many 750s and made them into 800s and 885s. but this is a new one for me. could you take a picture from the top of the cylinder?
    im curious thanks for asking though.

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    The cylinders are undercut to the sleave. And the heads are cut to fit the sleave and the heads are O-Ringed. Someone spent alot of time on this setup!
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    Good ole' Betty and Pete Verona. They did some awesome stuff back in the day........

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    give me a measurement from the top of the sleeve and were the exhaust opens. then give me one from the top of sleeve to the top of the trans.port. all in millimeters. then give me in inches the total length of the sleeve. you really have me courious thanks beer, richie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stroker 1450 View Post
    give me a measurement from the top of the sleeve and were the exhaust opens.36.5mm then give me one from the top of sleeve to the top of the trans.port.52mm all in millimeters. then give me in inches the total length of the sleeve.5.200" you really have me courious thanks beer, richie
    Bore=71.18mm

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    Stroker 1450?

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    Beerdart

    that's a funky setup bro, but if it works i say go with it baby did you say he cut the cyl.down? im still not understanding what he did, or why the sleeve is out of the cyl.but there must be a good reason i know we have had some odd looking combos in the past as well ,but the end result is they work,as i'm sure this one does also.

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    beerdart

    i just got a chance to see your pipes all polished they look mint!!!great job, i love shiny things .

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    Sleeve issues.

    The method used was to keep the increased stroke in the sleeve, by making a longer sleeve, and either "plunging" the cylinder head or making another "o-ringed" spacer that fit on top of the existing cylinder deck, and then use the existing cylinder head. (with the correct squish of course). I think the primary reason for this was to help contol detonation, and of course it was easier to keep the correct transfer timing by leaving the cylinder low with no spacer.

    The trend in the earlier years was a ton of compression, lots of C-12,a tall impeller & low Rpm.

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