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    Hustler class ( Vinduro Buckets)

    Found, In all her glory. Stock standard original, un molested.
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    But wait, what do we have here?
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    A subtle plea for a set of spanners?
    Manopausal.

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    It's all a bit of a cry for help.
    On so many levels.

    I'll pop by the Warehouse on the way back to work and price up a set of Mako wrenches.

    We can have a whip around. I reckon about $8 each.
    For both of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    It's all a bit of a cry for help.
    On so many levels.

    I'll pop by the Warehouse on the way back to work and price up a set of Mako wrenches.

    We can have a whip around. I reckon about $8 each.
    For both of us.
    Cheque, cash or bank transfer?
    Manopausal.

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    DaveCoin. Its a bit like Bitcoin but with even less chance of getting your money back.
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    So it looks like the cylinder i sent is an e or f so they had bigger finning like a RD400. But they also have better porting more like a RD250LC
    Here is a pipe that will work and peak at 11k it will be reasonably exciting. It should handle the ratios in a DT100 box.
    if not add a bit to the mid pipe i guess.
    Its not going to be 2021 GP spec afterall.
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    here are the better ratios

    DT100A MX100
    1 3.18 2.83
    2 2.00 1.88
    3 1.37 1.37
    4 1.00 1.09
    5 0.80 0.96

    STD AG100 ratios are the widest i have ever seen.
    1st 3.181
    2nd 1.875
    3rd 1.250
    4th 0.875
    5th 0.666 this top gear is not a typo its out of the service manual.

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    It looks like a Ag100 has DT100 first MX100 second its own 3rd.

    The RS100 has the same ratios and gears as the MX100
    Also the RS100 shares some pinions with the 74/75 YZ 125
    Some of the gears are also DT125 and DT175 etc etc
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    Keep 5th gear. Make then know you are serious.


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    I had another archeological expedition to the outer shed at the mums.
    I found another head, oddly not the other head or the other cylinder?
    i am pretty sure its a left hand side one.
    It has a plug piston and all, plus 2 sleeve nuts Who else forgot they had sleeve nuts?
    This one actully looks crudier then than the last with the pistons little end bearing returning to its base ore.
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    I remember heating the head gasket ring red on the stove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    I remember heating the head gasket ring red on the stove.
    i know the early ones had those, not so sure the late 250 and 400.
    okay off to google and parts fiche, It seems a coper head gasket but in std style for the late 250's
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    vs the ring of the early and 350. But of course the 350's are 350 size.

    i think the head has a head gasket attached but its became part of the head.....
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    Neil wanted this

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    Hustler Class, Bucket Vinduro.

    Ill start again, the old thread can not be fixed aparently.

    Vinduro Buckets, direct air cooled, 125cc twostroke, 150cc fourstroke, drum brakes, no bigger than 36mm forks, mono shock (Yamaha) or twin rear shocks. No linkages.
    Engine modifications .... open
    Fuel at this point.... open.

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    My choice, seeing as induction air pressure is not regulated. An XS250 engine, on its way to being reduced to a 150cc, 360 degree crank, twin. The gearbox and clutch are good for at least 40HP. A new short cylinder block is needed, pistons and rods are 2 x FZ250, engine block is that solid I think it will be good enough as a substantial part of the frame. The cam chain drive will be abandoned, the cam now being driven via the tooth belt supercharger drive that has to be there anyway. The points housing on the end of the camshaft wil now be a bearing support housing for the tooth belt drive. Extended camshaft with a taper and key to fit the alloy tooth belt drive pulley will extend through this bearing support housing.
    Thats the plan at least at the moment.
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    Sorry I thought that had been taken care of already. I've changed the name on your original thread, let me know if you'd like this one closed.

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