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Old 16th July 2012
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Default CNC Billet Motor Mounts for Buell Blast Models now Available



We are now offering these beautiful billet motor mounts for Buell Blast models. These extra-strong mounts are CNC machined out of a solid chunk of 6061T6 and they replace the failure prone factory mount perfectly. We also have a version that allows you to bolt up an XB or late model XL head to your Buell Blast.

ASW Racing LLC has actually been making these for a number of years, and they've been available through American Sport Bike. HAMMER PERFORMANCE is now offering them as well.
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nice pice good job just had a thought will i need a mout for my xb heads for my 03.??
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nice pice good job just had a thought will i need a mout for my xb heads for my 03.??
Bob, yes you will. Fortunately for you it's only $14, available here.
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then put one in my kit i will call tomorrow .
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ditto, if its not already there.
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I just ordered a mount to fit the '07 heads to my '91 along with the manifold flanges you said that I would need and of course I had to get a hammer performance t shirt while I was there.
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