Yamaha dt230 big bore kit

Discussion in '2 smokers' started by Trailhound, Jul 5, 2013.

  1. Twin-shocker

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    I doubt very much that a bike with only 20bhp would be able to reach 100mph. If this were indeed the case, it would follow that something with 60bhp would easily reach 200mph...............

    Strange how BS posted up on the net tends to get believed by those who are gullible, and actually want to think this stuff is correct...................
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  2. stainlesscycle

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    theoretically, twice as fast needs 8 times as much power. ponder that for a while.
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  3. joexr

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    You are wrong again as usual. You should really stop blithering about things you don't actually know anything about. Stop spreading the BS.:topes
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  4. Valleyrider

    Valleyrider I Survived The '60s

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    YEE FRICKIN HAH !!!
    Here we go again :lol3
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  5. *Gmoney*

    *Gmoney* don't look here

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    My 2 stroke theory always was,
    if the scratch in the cylinder is not big enough to blow the crank seals, then it should fire and smoke like it was designed from stop light to stop light.
    After all, it already is a cylinder with holes in it.
    If I was going to race may be different, but when just impressing the girls with my stinky smoke, the results seem to be the same.
    And the piston slap,
    always has some tribunal drum effect on women at stop lights.
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  6. Twin-shocker

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    Please feel free to post up the mathematical calculations, which suggest something like a DT230 (non streamlined in other words), will reach 100mph with only 20bhp?..................Guess we will be waiting just about as long as your answer to the question, as to why very thin autolube oil, is better to use in a pre-mix bike, than an oil designed for pre-mix use?
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  7. Twin-shocker

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    Please feel free to post up the supporting mathematical theory for that....................which you must be familiar with as you seem certain 20bhp will mean 100mph?

    While you are at it, I still dont know the reason why I should be using a very thin autolube oil in my pre-mix bike, rather than an oil specifically designed for pre-mix use..............maybe you could explain please?
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  8. motu

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    I used a Silkolene oil in my DT230...it was suitable for premix or injector, and the DT230 has a pump.
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  9. stainlesscycle

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    if you want to argue, start another thread. i'm not going to get back into the oil thing, i thought that was done.
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  10. mtothef

    mtothef Been here awhile

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    yes! just when i was beginning to miss the premix thread...:freaky
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  11. joexr

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    I'll explain something. You're a pompous , ignorant ass.:deal
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  12. Twin-shocker

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    Not arguing, just pointing out that the suggestion of a 20bhp non streamlined bike going 100mph is BS.

    As to autolube oil being more suited to pre-mix bikes, than the correct pre-mix only product, that seems to another good example of clueless BS.

    On net forums the worst of the BS posters generally tend to shout very loud when challenged, which means they very rarely get called out.
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  13. Twin-shocker

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    If thats so, then I am quite sure you will be able to explain the calculations to suggest a non streamlined bike with 20bhp will go 100mph, and why very thin autolube oil is more suitable for use in pre-mix bikes, than the proper pre-mix only product?

    Those are 2 things that have recently been suggested by the troll elements on here, who seem to fit the idea of "pompous, ignorant, ass" far better than myself.
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  14. Twin-shocker

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    The trolls gave up pretty early on it that one..............which was a shame as the BS they were posting up was tending to make them look more and more foolish!
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  15. joexr

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    I don't need calculations , I have first hand experience. You don't seem to comprehend the TROLL concept. It's YOU:deal.
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  16. slideways

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    +1

    And twin troll is also a mass of misinformation .
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  17. JeffS77

    JeffS77 cheap bastard

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    The only thing this guy knows is how to ruin other people's threads.

    Seriously this is getting ridiculous.......mods :ear
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  18. Twin-shocker

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    If you posting BS about 20bhp bikes going 100mph is not trolling, feel free to post up full details of the 20bhp bike you have ridden at 100mph!
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  19. Twin-shocker

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    All of the information I have posted is 100% correct, and supported by manufacturers tech data, as well as the laws of physics.

    Much of the BS trolling on here is personal opinion, from people with scant understanding of technical matters, who are easily able to dismiss the laws of physics.
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  20. Twin-shocker

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    Do you feel that trolls with little or no understanding of technical matters, should have free reign on this forum?
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