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that's sweet......


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When are they going to be on the market-I would like 1 still please-the tires and rims working out ok?


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Its so sexy... i'll order one!


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Hello have some more Pic got all the domes done today
all is left is the water port and hose barb
thanks for looking
SpeedChaser

ps will have price ready by late monday for the first five pilot heads


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Very nice looking!


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You make shiny... shiny pretty.... lol

Looks great man, love the Cool Pilot wording =)


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Looks good can you put a radius where the arrow is?


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Hello hoser there is that is before the radius and polish
see the next two pics. I'm puting 1/32 rad. on that coner
thanks for looking
SpeedChaser :-)


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Hello hoser there is that is before the radius and polish
see the next two pics. I'm puting 1/32 rad. on that coner
thanks for looking
SpeedChaser :-)


Oh sorry lol


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Hello

All finshed up on the five pilot heads
and ready to go to a new home
here is the last of the pic
thanks SpeedChaser


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They look very nice...

Put me down for one on the next run...

Later
Dennis


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Hoserized version :-) Custom lettered for me -::

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Got back from the first ride with Speed's head. It ran real strong with no problems. I put about 4 hours on it. I can't give a good before/after review because I made many changes since the last time I rode it over two years ago.

Very please with the head.


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Did the new head bump your compression?


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shoubadaba wrote:
Did the new head bump your compression?


I replaced the cylinder (and had Hoser port it), new piston and crank/rod so there are too many changes on this Engine to tell what the head did to the compression. Using one of the black sheets (from the three sheet Honda head gasket) I had .043" of squish and the compression after heat cycling it a couple of times was 170psi. I have not yet checked the compression since the ride.


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Speed your head worked fine all week thanks again I will keep you posted each trip.


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afastcar wrote:
Speed your head worked fine all week thanks again I will keep you posted each trip.


Ahh can tell your are the dunes I see the sand on the ground :-) I also see it by the plug, PLEASE take an old tooth brush with you so when you go to read the plug you can brush the dust and sand away from the base of the plug before removing, I do this on stock heads also you could see where I wore most the paint off around the plug on my factory cast head :-)


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Looking for user feed back from owners of this head please tell us what you think, what you feel, the good the BAD and the ugly!

Thanks


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I am running 2 of them with no problems and just had 2 more installed on other engines, the only complaint i have is I wish the plug didnt sit in a recess you have to blow it out with air to make sure no debris get in the Engine when checking the plug, (no biggie im just lazy)


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afastcar wrote:
I am running 2 of them with no problems and just had 2 more installed on other engines, the only complaint i have is I wish the plug didnt sit in a recess you have to blow it out with air to make sure no debris get in the Engine when checking the plug, (no biggie im just lazy)


Yup I hear you how ever even with the stock Pilot head that does not have the recess area you still have dirt that clings to the area around the plug because of the lite oil film that always seems to be their, what I do is use a old tooth brush to brush off the sand before removing the plug the brush is part of my plug inspection/cleaning kit...


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I always used to carry a 1/4"-6mm, 2'-600mm long hose/tube to mouth blow out that area.
At one tube end,fix a small fibre brush to it as well.Brush,then blow.
Had it looped down, and twined in-out thru the head netting,so could'nt forget it.


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Hi, see you do very nice work do you make heads for the fl350's? if so could you post one for view?


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afastcar wrote:
I am running 2 of them with no problems and just had 2 more installed on other engines, the only complaint i have is I wish the plug didnt sit in a recess you have to blow it out with air to make sure no debris get in the Engine when checking the plug, (no biggie im just lazy)


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