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    Water Bum Rodneyae's Avatar
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    How many completed projects....

    Well I was just wondering how many projects have been semi-compleated, lets face it your are never done, there is always someting else. I know mine is done other than tuning, and break-in. BeerDarts should be done in a couple of weeks. How is everyone else doing?


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    Oh,...I'd say mine is done alright.



    Ok, that might be good for a laugh or two.....

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    The PSI cooker is a long way off. The G/F's 750 conversion is waiting on a pump alignment and some fuel system work. Then I'm dropping an OP head onto it. And ski #3, I just built the bottom end this morning. Need to get the cyls. bored/honed and carbs rebuilt. The bike has turn signal issues I need to track down and fix, then there's the truck. Remove the stupid leveling kit from the front end and have it aligned. I got alot on my plate.

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    almost....a few more weeks!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodneyae View Post
    Well I was just wondering how many projects have been semi-compleated, lets face it your are never done, there is always someting else. I know mine is done other than tuning, and break-in. BeerDarts should be done in a couple of weeks. How is everyone else doing?
    You do realize getting it all in, together and running is only 10% of the project. The impeller, carbs etc (fine tuning) is the last 90%.

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    I'm feeling naturally aspirated today pirate33's Avatar
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    I compression checked and changed the spark plugs(wasn't happy with the way one set looked) in both TX ski's then turned completely around and began working(again) on my '87 Ninja 750R that has not run since '97 putting back together the radiator and fuel line hoses so far I have @500 bucks in hoses, lines and brake parts, battery, plugs and fluids-trying to figure what I need to do next with the carbs -the bike only has 11,000 miles on it

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    I have @500 bucks in hoses, lines and brake parts, battery, plugs and fluids-trying to figure what I need to do next with the carbs -the bike only has 11,000 miles on it[/quote] That's it? I've got about that in chrome bolts alone!

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    I'm feeling naturally aspirated today pirate33's Avatar
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    I have-well I have...2 chrome screws and 2 chrome bolts and alot of plastic LOL and I don't have a cute girl on it like you

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    I started and completed 1 ski project over the winter. However, it wasn't a Polaris. It's a Superjet.

    760 cylinder bored .5mm over, ported by Riva
    5mm billet stroker crank
    828cc of fun
    Cool-Head billet head with interchangeable domes and girdle kit
    Stroker spacer plate on top of cylinder to keep low end strong.
    Factory Pipe B-pipe - ceramic coated chrome
    dual 44mm carbs with primers
    Skat Trak 12-17 impeller
    Hydro-Turf
    Footholds
    Hydro-Turf side bumpers

    Aaron

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    i didn't get anything done yet,but Al is right getting it dailed in is the hardest part .

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