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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by onaXR, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. mendoteach

    mendoteach Long timer

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    1,903
    Location:
    Mendocino, NorCal
    I picked mine up from Motostrano. It's a Galfer. They are a big supermo shop down the road from Steve. You need. Longer one as the stock 450 line is designed to simply cross the number plate.
  2. ONandOFF

    ONandOFF more off than on

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    The Shenandoah valley of Virginia
    Ha! Saw that game and thought of you...:D
  3. beechum1

    beechum1 Dandole Gas al Burro

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    Oddometer:
    9,732
    Location:
    Not home in Tijuana
    CycleWizard: Motor's Ready.
    beechum1:
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    Hone cylinder and whisker brush bore.

    Cylinder head 5 angle valve seat work
    Cut new faces on existing valves
    New viton valve seals
    New seals and gaskets o-rings bolts
    New shifter shaft
    New idler gear and bearing
    New HRC hardweld cam #468 grind
    New hardweld rockers
    New CW clutch springs
    New dowel pins
    Under cut gears
    NX 2nd gear
    Head milling
    Kicker install
  4. mendoteach

    mendoteach Long timer

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    Location:
    Mendocino, NorCal
    I'm using an '08 CRF master cylinder. It has neat ball and socket mechanism for the lever piston interface rather than a small bolt and pin. It's like butta! That and a CRF stuff front oversize disc and it finally has enough brake.
  5. mendoteach

    mendoteach Long timer

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    1,903
    Location:
    Mendocino, NorCal

    Better than when you ride it and it changes to poop. Mine will pull the wheel up at 50. And I'm putting on a bigger carb.
  6. ONandOFF

    ONandOFF more off than on

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    A better way to phrase it would be a .243 is perfect :-)
    Got my load dialed in and grouping quarters at 200yds.
    : thumb
  7. ONandOFF

    ONandOFF more off than on

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    Appropriate reaction, Jeremy! Anxious to hear how it works. : thumb
  8. Mossy-Back

    Mossy-Back Nookie Monster

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    In the Valley, Oregon
    I still prefer my good ol' 30-06. Versatility at its best! :clap
  9. beechum1

    beechum1 Dandole Gas al Burro

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    Not home in Tijuana
    I stilll have the JE 102 in there. I didn't go for the BTW motor. BUT... I can't friggin wait. I have a bunch of wiring and parts to buy and install before I can flog it to hell.
  10. ShooterDave

    ShooterDave Adventurer

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    Caliscrewitself
    Wait a minute here. Are you cranking out ammo for people ThumpnRed? If so I might want to get in on this. My longest reaching at the moment is a .223, but hopefully soon I'll have something bigger. :lol3
  11. ThumpnRed

    ThumpnRed Pig Wrangler

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    Eye Duh Hoe
    Fritz saw the press bolted to the bench in the picture and started wishful thinking:lol3
  12. ThumpnRed

    ThumpnRed Pig Wrangler

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    I got one of them in the safe. It was my first big bang stick. I guess it's close to 40 years old now :eek1. My 22-250 is probably my favorite right now. That little sucker will flat f&^$ up a desert dog's day.:deal
  13. ThumpnRed

    ThumpnRed Pig Wrangler

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    Remington 700 in .243... tack driver. :evil
  14. kenny61

    kenny61 Tougher then a speeding taxi

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    Romaniacs 2019
    Mmmmm heavy barrell:clap
  15. flyingwombat

    flyingwombat frozen dead guy

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    870
    Location:
    Nederland, CO
    I have an '05 CRF master... looks like that neato ball and socket didn't happen until '07...

    Thanks everyone for the input on the brake line.
  16. WMD

    WMD Adventurer

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    Location:
    WNC
    Wait, I thought all I owed you was a six of Beemish. :huh
  17. techforlife

    techforlife CDI REPAIR

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    Location:
    Moncton,New Brunswick
    My wife...105 pounds of her:lol3...goes with me alot,,on trails down mountainsides we have no business doing 2 up...she loves it......she was sore the first few times..hard on her back........but she is fearless and will go wherever i take her...i`ll have to get a video of some of the shit i take her through,it`s pretty nasty/funny as hell..

    But all said,,,,,she can go farther/longer miles than i can before getting off...:huh

    B
  18. mcma111

    mcma111 Long timer

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    San Francisco,Ca.

    Say what??
  19. ONandOFF

    ONandOFF more off than on

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    The Shenandoah valley of Virginia
    To each his own :dunno Will compare 200yd. groupings any day. :getiton
  20. pngaudioguy

    pngaudioguy Just...one...more...

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    Apr 26, 2010
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    518
    Location:
    Hampton Roads, Virginia
    Here I thought that was normal...