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  1. #46
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    It's like trying to have an intelligent discussion with a piece of would

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedpro View Post
    It's like trying to have an intelligent discussion with a piece of would
    Quoting that in case you edit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TZ350 View Post
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    A Honda RS125 NF4 expansion chamber works well and is relativly easy to fit.

    Attachment 341632

    I have got them from this auction site, they ship internationally:- https://www.jauce.com/

    Attachment 341633 Honda RS125 NF4 pipe. The header bolts up hard to the cylinder and the main body is held to the header with springs.

    The NF4 pipes are reasonably easy to fit. Mostly they just require a new header flange to bolt them to the cylinder.

    Attachment 341634 The later model NX4 pipe is lighter, more traditional type of racing pipe and has a much steeper header. Because of the header angle it is a bit harder to fit, but some cut and tuck will sort that.

    Both pipes work well, even on a low tuned engine and work better as the tune is improved. I have successfully used these pipes on my builds from when I started at 18hp to a best ever 32 hp.

    It is an interesting phenomenon that the same tuned length has suited both 18 and 32 hp but its easy to understand when you think about the exhaust heat and how it affects the tuned length.

    The same tuned length for lower hp and lower rpm == higher hp and higher rpm.
    Hi can someone give me the specs to make the rs125 chamber thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie View Post
    Hi can someone give me the specs to make the rs125 chamber thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie View Post
    Hi can someone give me the specs to make the rs125 chamber thanks
    there is a fair few more here as well.
    but stick with the NF4
    https://www.kiwibiker.co.nz/forums/s...post1131093900



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    Thanks thats been a big help , going by the parts book it has a short header pipe not included in the drawings do you have the spec for that also?
    I see in the parts book it has an air box are they an improvement on an older race engine

  7. #52
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    New Paint and other work during Nelson Off Season

    We had a couple of months off racing over winter so I have had some time to get a few improvements ticked off my list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TZ350 View Post
    No.... a TF or TS is a perfectly legal Bucket engine...

    Attachment 341616

    This TF/TS 125 at 22rwhp in a NF4 chassis proved to be competitive and very reliable.
    Awesome looking bike, do you still race it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jthespanner View Post
    Awesome looking bike, do you still race it?
    No, not my bike. It belongs to Rick 52


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    Great bike with lots of results, very reliable with good usable power, no longer a Bucket.

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