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Old 14th June 2012
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Looks like a fun bike will!!!!
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That's a barnburner of a 883 madnss! Lost the ability to edit the first post to record figures...pm'd a moderator to see if I can get it modified.
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That's a barnburner of a 883 madnss! Lost the ability to edit the first post to record figures...pm'd a moderator to see if I can get it modified.
I think it is a little more than 883.
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That drag bike is actually a Buell S2 bodywork kit.

Is that Bob Draps bike Will?
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I think it is a little more than 883.
It was not stated clearly in his post...all we have to go on atm is what is listed in his details.
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Factory stock 1992 tires, factory suspension, no air shift, no wheelie bars, 220lb rider with jacket, boots, helmet, no two stage rev limiter, no tach. Front end was strapped down with only about 2.5" of travel compared to the roughly 5.75" of factory travel. 91 octane pump gas from the local gas station. Factory 883 gearing.
Sorry, The bike is a 1992, bought it in january with 2500 miles. It has a HAMMER 1250 kit, xb crush ported heads, 15 degree angle dome in heads, mikuni 42, thunderheader, Hammer pushrods and screamin chicken 575 cams, dayton twin tec ignition. Still has the factory cone plate and factory dual fire coil, Bike has plugs and wires too. Thats it. No roller rockers or lifters.

This is not a costly build when considering head work in the mix. Thanks, Madnss
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Thanks madnss...I'll update the list as soon as someone contacts me about modifying the thread. Anyone you can think of I can pm?
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Well, the powers that be state it is not possible to edit the first post to reflect incoming results. They suggested a "google document", but I feel no need to jump thru hoops just to update a thread when I have done so on many other forums. Short story is I suppose this thread is destined to wither and die.

If someone else would like to pick it up that will be fine.
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Why don't you just quote the first post, edited it, and post a new comment with updated numbers and names? Just as easy and allows you to achieve your original goal.
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why don't you just quote the first post, edited it, and post a new comment with updated numbers and names? Just as easy and allows you to achieve your original goal.
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