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Old 12-08-2016, 03:34 PM
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thank u so much for the info.if u have the link from ebay send me to see the cover....!!!
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I just got a new bunch of parts. i also ordered an IMS tank in natural but it won't be delivered for 8 weeks. I just mounted the new plastic kit which is for a 96. My white 94 air box cleaned up like new but I knew that I would trash the white plastic on the first ride so, I found a 96 air box and cleaned it up with degreaser, steel wool and removed all the white lines in the plastic with a heat gun which also allowed the color of the grey plastic to "bleed" into a uniform color. Just don't use too much heat or you will burn, melt or warp the plastic.

I was really surprised with the 96 CR plastic kit, I had intended to go with the UFO kit from Tuff, but I wanted to go with black shrouds. I had intended to use only the white and black plastic from the UFO kit, but the fenders were a perfect nuclear red and matched my seat, front brake cover and front number plate(UFO with wire mesh) perfectly. The photos are not really accurate the plastic does match really well. Ignore the the forks, I am sending them to be anodized and valved at WER next month.




New complete graphics kit.
New Excel rims,18 and 21.


New ignition cover
I am undecided on which number plate to use.


The photo is misleading, the plastic is a dead on match.

The brake cover matches up too. I have bolts sent out to be cad plated and spokes, cables, throttle, brake lines coming. I am still looking for a new 92-96 head.

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Old 12-14-2016, 09:37 AM
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very nice job. i will be here untill the end.....!!!!!
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Old 12-14-2016, 06:25 PM
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very nice job. i will be here untill the end.....!!!!!
Thanks!
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My new Honda crank and head will arrive tomorrow. I am going install the crank and the Wide Ratio IMS Transmission into the new cases this weekend.

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Old 01-13-2017, 12:16 PM
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As I go through the engine assembly I am going to post pictures so if anyone spots a problem or has a suggestion make a post!

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Old 01-16-2017, 10:27 AM
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Where'd you get that wide ratio kit!? I looked on ebay and craigslist for months trying to find one before I did the crank on mine. No such luck still running the original ratios.
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Old 01-16-2017, 10:36 PM
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Where'd you get that wide ratio kit!? I looked on ebay and craigslist for months trying to find one before I did the crank on mine. No such luck still running the original ratios.
I bought it about 18 months ago,it was tough to find.[COLOR="Red"]

Okay, I was installing WR Transmission kit today and mainshaft was easy, no problems at all. Same with the countershaft no problems at all until I got to the last IMS gear. Now I am stuck and open to suggestions.

The top left is the completed main shaft. On the right is completed countershaft except the last gear. The gear at the top left is the last IMS gear, the gear on the bottom is the stock gear that is being replaced. Look closely and you see the stock bushing does not have the correct od to fit IMS gear. The IMS instructions are below. So, I am stuck and need some help.

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trying to count the teeth on the diagram i dont think they add up, only a guess because of the rubbed out bit in the pic you are short 3? teeth maybe on your ims gear, and the i.d is wrong. probably a dirty yamaha part. grrrrrr.
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Old 01-17-2017, 08:35 AM
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trying to count the teeth on the diagram i dont think they add up, only a guess because of the rubbed out bit in the pic you are short 3? teeth maybe on your ims gear, and the i.d is wrong. probably a dirty yamaha part. grrrrrr.
No, it adds up to 22 T per the parts list above. I counted and checked each IMS gear and each Stock gear before assembling them. Its a little dirty because of the crap blowing around on my bench.
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weird, best bet would be to make a new bushing with proper dimensions to fit that gear, but it has to be made off a tough material for obvious reasons.
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3rd gear honda 23t. ims 22t. yours 27t that's 1st gear i think??
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Old 01-18-2017, 08:30 AM
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3rd gear honda 23t. ims 22t. yours 27t that's 1st gear i think??
Per the parts list the 22T on the countershaft is 3rd gear.(and it is listed C3 on the diagram).

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Old 01-18-2017, 06:39 PM
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3rd is the third gear on the shaft from the sprocket back it goes 24351. it has no bush this is just what i got from from partzilla.
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3rd is the third gear on the shaft from the sprocket back it goes 24351. it has no bush this is just what i got from from partzilla.
I will have to look at it again.

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Does anyone have a cell number for forum member Reddog? I think he can help with this problem. I have his name and address but I lost his cell number.
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I am going back through everything because I think that I have done something incorrectly.
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Great build! Keep the pics coming!
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Old 01-29-2017, 04:13 PM
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Great build! Keep the pics coming!
Thanks![COLOR="Red"]

While sorting the transmission, I am working on some other things. I just got some more new parts, my garage shelfs look like a Honda Parts Deptment.

New Buchanan spokes,front and rear.
New clutch cover


New IMS Tank, which is HUGE.




I laced the wheels last night, I am waiting on my truing stand to arrive.


Rear complete.


Front complete.

Here how she looks so far,

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Old 02-07-2017, 11:45 PM
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I just shipped the suspension to Drew Smith at Works Enduro Rider to be reanodized and revalved. On Friday I should have my number plate backgrounds and all my gold cad plated bolts and axles.Updates to follow.

updated photos




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Old 02-08-2017, 09:09 AM
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Here how she looks so far,

That tank... It's not the size that bothers me so much, but the color. It's killing the clean look of that bike!
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