Chopper there has been zero reference to you character or person only the Facts from your own posts on this board and others. My custom cylinders held Chevy 409 pistons (around 4 1/2" bore) with 13:1 compression, and the stroke was a massive 6". So undersquare it was more like a John Deere tractor motor, but it went from around 10 hp (like a Chinese 150) to 256 hp on the dyno, with over 300 lb/ft of torque. It would NOT turn faster than 3,500rpm, but THAT was enough...
Read more: scooterrebels.proboards.com/thread/2727/goodbye-ride-back-scooter-rebels#ixzz5QewouSG6 I don't know how you define a fact but at this point I really done care and going to waste my time with it, I will simply cut and paste your own words. I don't need to ask beginner room #101 group "A" questions on how anyone gains or doubles displacement. you have never had anything other than you say so.. and I don't care if your are Richard Petty or AJ Foyt I will call out bs when I see it, for a so called self proclaimed street racer you Seem to have a very thin skin if anyone dares calling bs on you. I got you beat before we meet at the starting line. The only reason I looked up specs is it to inform You.. You state these things as Facts and you have only stated Facts but right her you waffled on your own specs of 190i a 4.500 bore x 6.00 stroke and those are the Facts.. Now your supposed facts are 159 some ci with a 4.300 bore x 5.50 stroke, and I can do simple engine math, you or anyone else can't get into my room #101 class if you can't do simple engine math.. You can spout out "proprietary" or reparatory or custom and thats suppose to end all. not happening, especially when you have never had your own hand on any of the components you mention, one doesnt have a in house Foundry or Forge Shop or Valves or guides or Rockers Or Rod or Cranks from blanks in house then or now. I can hook you up with two of the most prestigious HD factory builders and wrenches in the DF Dub. Tolbert And Darcy. Your "Little Hamster" has been 100% debunked and bs, and the only thing you have ever had was The Car Salesman told ya so.. For you or anyone who has a clue that you can't back off 200+ hp out of 490 or 500 depending on your own posts is just plain silly.. and have fun with that..
Ok lets get some detailed information. Two Stroke correct? How much time or miles on her? What kind of Two Stroke oil are you using and were do you put it? When you say adjusted the Carb, the Idle mix screw? I believe she has Fixed Jets and she sounds Fat on the bottom end and mid range. all garbled up with fuel until she clears up on the top end.. Can you take a picture of the Spark Plug color for us? please.
It's "John Deere". With an "e". Their twins are NOT hit & miss. OHV 4-strokes. And you did compare my mill with the Deere, and most correctly. You finally got a fact about my bike right.
Triangle chose Chevy 409 pistons because they worked well in their proprietary motors. Cranks and heads were properly engineered for their use.
371 pounds the day I entered basic training. Thanks for the compliment that I looked thinner. 168 when I ETS'd as I appear in later pix.
All spec's I researched because I certainly couldn't remember the exact spec's of a 74 or a 409 after fifty years. Sorry they differ slightly from my posts from memory. I did my homework this time to avoid what you're trying to do to me.
Give it a rest.
Don Deere was a inside joke at PR & co that was a IH dealer. I made no reference if I working on the Twins witch I did along with Hit and Miss. I hated that big it slow moving stuff.. give me a 426ci IH Deisel..
You have been completely debunked in using 409 Pistons in a HD you never had your hand on them and somewhere have been completely misinformed or made it up. I can't even get the Pin Height or Diameter to fit the Tool dude! for that matter you can say "Custom" to anything Again what do you think Piston dude has been doing for most of his life.
So again what happened to the 4.500 bore x 6.00 stroke 190 ci you have been spewing about for years?? Tell Us. and they were using 4.500 409 Pistons that not even the Forge or Cast made a blank that big. Tell Us!
At least again take the time to get your facts straight a 409 std. bore is 4.3125... Jeeeeez Dude! you or anyone else didn't acquire 4.300 409 pistons cuz there was No Such Thing, and just in advance spare us the "custom" they chucked em up and turned em down. There is noting about even the tooling from a 409 can produce a FL piston, The Pin Height, The Pin Offset, The Gob on top for a dome, Nothing so go away trying to fly this, what do you think some guy called Pistonguy does for a living? My boring days are babysitting 5,000 piece standing orders for S&S.. And you so called og's have to even look up and copy verbatim the stock specs on supposed bikes you had, Im not even into HD but knew straight away the article You Copied was flawed. Read it Again The idiot journalist states a NACC hp # Not a SAE # the actual bike was always advertised with then the fool states the power increase from 9.44 NACC to 60hp SAE. WOW! how did they do that? they didn't! NACC is a Estimation of HP at IDLE, the 50-60hp is SAE and thats all was ever used in the industry. That 9.44 NACC hp[ Bike on the Dyno is 50-60 hp SAE like everyone knows... What HD OG doesn't know this stuff, www.cycleworld.com/harley-davidson-panhead-v-twin-motorcycles-history-big-twin
So what happened to the 190i 4.500 x 6.00 Blue you have been posting about on here and the Rebel for years? What you forgot your whole. story and changed up all the specs now. just forgot about .500 in stoke and 30 Cubic inches. Tell Us!!! yer trippin over your own bs My Time Slips and Pie Plates and Your Time Slips can't be tied, attached or proven connected to anything so they mean nothing Period Dude.. Pie plates have some dial ins on them but so what they mean noting an I can't prove they ties into anything I had. And I never made any reference to John Deers, I hated working on Hit and Miss Don Deer's.
With all this og technical skills you seem to almost never weigh in on solving or helping even the most simple technical problems by posters Nothing.. with all this experience you would be a God walking on water helping others, but its always been about One things Leo and his Ego getting stroked..
I couldn't weigh you but theres no way you were even 275 let alone 375lbs in any on the photos you have ever posted.
Not Even Close, Nothing about even a Blank will work. Any of the old school BB was Finless Cylinders, the Cylinder Heads would have also to be BB one off Castings. bs Just a bunch of Chrome. At 159 or 190 ci just going into the Valve Train logistics is crazy, the Fuel and Ignition Systems to Support this. bs I nee to find the Billet Alum Rods, Ya right, Billet Alum rods of the Day were measured in 1/4 mile runs and you there them away before 200 passes, and Knowbody made it to 200 passes before they had the motor apart anyhow so go away.. And at 17 years old you had the skills to run her and keep her running is Bunk. Other than Now where the heck pre army or post army and you state on the Rebel You were 16 years old 6 foot 2 and weighed 375lbs??? not even close. Again your words below from the Rebel ...his was a very special ride, as I built it for outlaw street-racing. OK, I admit it: I was a VERY bad boy... At the track, she regularly turned impressive times in the elevens. What memories this old pic brings back! But... Today, it's arthritis and flat-floor scooters for me. In that pic, I was 16... 6' 2" and 375 pounds of brain-dead teenage macho... Today, I'm under 6' 1" and 230 pounds of older-but-wiser old geezer... A few years of riding that hard-tail shortened my spine by over an inch... Ouch!
Your so clueless on the bike you supposed had that you didn't even know the stock numbers so you found a idiot journalist to copie the snit verbatim. 9.44hp but made 30lbft of torque, how does that make any sense to you? Il help both you and the idiot journest you copied it from. That hp number is based on a NACC number and the industry only used those numbers to measure service engines like gas washing machine engines, its is a Estimation of HP at IDLE. then you compare that to the SAE number on your pervious Chinese 150.
You have been spouting for years on this board and the Rebel that Blue was 190ci with a 4.500 bore X 6.00 stroke now its 159.7i with a 4.300 bore X 5.500 stroke. what you forgot about darn near a 1/4 inch and some 30 Cubic Inches?? bs! you can't even remember your own lies from one board to another..
And go the heck away with the Chevy 409 pistons, there is Nothing Dimensionally about a 409 piston that will cross over, not even a blank or the Tool itself Sand Cast or Forge. Since you done know and Im actually not going to help you out with what you should already know at Maximum Overbore you are a Long way off from 4.500, At Double the Maximum Overbore you are still a Long way away from 4.500, At Double the Maximum Overbore the 409 experiences Nothing But Core Shift Problems. There were No Such Blanks of any type manufactured that Big to Turn off all the material into Chips. Now Your at 4.300 bore Chevy 409 Pistons, Huh?? thats Under Standard Bore for a 409. Don't even try with me somebody chucked up some Raw 409's and "Custom" bs...
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All Hog F and FL engines were 74 cubic inches and had bore and stroke of 3.4 inches by 3.9 inches. Generating 9.44 horsepower, and around 30 LB/FT torque. this panhead engine's compression ratio also deviated slightly between the two models. The F's compression ratio was 6.6 to 1 while the FL model's ratio was 7 to 1.
My custom cylinders held Chevy 409 pistons (around 4 1/2" bore) with 13:1 compression, and the stroke was a massive 6". So undersquare it was more like a John Deere tractor motor, but it went from around 10 hp (like a Chinese 150) to 256 hp on the dyno, with over 300 lb/ft of torque. It would NOT turn faster than 3,500rpm, but THAT was enough...
All F and FL engines were 74 cubic inches and had bore and stroke of 3.4 inches by 3.9 inches. Generating 9.44 horsepower, this panhead engine's compression ratio also deviated slightly between the two models. The F's compression ratio was 6.6 to 1 while the FL model's ratio was 7 to 1.
Last Edit: Sept 7, 2018 20:13:48 GMT -5 by pistonguy
If its not the AR that you can catch the handgaurds on fire in semi-auto mode or the Honda that has been completely debunked or some 79 lb. standing on the tank and being able to wrapp the throttle with her foot up on the ape hangers and surf it without a wiggle or the hot drag launch of a neutral drop by Hand. Oh and you rand with Outlaw Biker clubs too.. Who? Drop some names.. you been down in Tejas awhile well you have local the Booze fighters and there spinoff Wino's Crew then the Banditos and Mongols, ya right you hung with a the OG Famous...
I gotta drawer full of time slips also and they don't mean nothing...
You can't even keep your Own supposed Facts straight from one board to another Thats You Below..
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Ive known this Squirrel for some 40+ years, I thought he snorted up the whole family fortune in the eighties but he shows up at the Good Guys with one of Prudohhmes old cars to do the Cackle Nitro show thing. He was supposed to have a pro from Shumacker to to do his thing but this idiot knew better. I know a few things about Nitro but what I do know for sure on any warm up the you must change the cracnk oil every time you fire the care because the bottom end filled with Methanol and Nitro, the mix turns to Milk in a few seconds. So turns out the owner Squid in the driver seat had SIX warm ups and this was the SEVENTH. Take a guess what happens next. Well ill help ya out, he kicks out a rod right at this guys feet and ignites the Methanol, Nitro and Crank oil mix.
Last Edit: Sept 3, 2018 7:09:39 GMT -5 by pistonguy