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PostPosted: Sun Sep 06, 2009 9:00 am 
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Amazing, simply, amazing.

I look forward to the completion of this machine.

Excellent work, Mud.


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Thanks very much, but have you seen SCPILOTS 350 job, that's a really sweet deal with the mods he has done it it, Pilot harness, Pilot wheel, fuel sending unit in a 350 tank, that's a sweet machine, I am looking at the thread on that ride!!!

I have purchased a Pilot harness and wheel for my next project after looking at it to be honest-the Pilot wheel is a really nice mod, the brakes on that 350 have had issues for sure!!!!


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Yeah, seen that one too.

Like to have another look, but, don't like to be disappointed looking @ my own work! lol


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progress pictures from last time:

When the last time any of you guys saw a GRAYDON PROLINE expansion chamber?Well look here, cause I have 1 mounted!!very rare pipe indeed.


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File comment: VERY RARE pipe here--
Odykid progress pictures 004.jpg
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File comment: another view of the pipe, stock springs worked perfectly on it as well.
Odykid progress pictures 019.jpg
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File comment: belt guard, stock air intake clamps installed, love that SPEEDCHASER head!!!
Odykid progress pictures 005.jpg
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File comment: ATVR long silencer mounted right onto the PROLINE pipe, fit very nicely.
Odykid progress pictures 002.jpg
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2009 6:53 pm 
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Ok, got a order from SERVICE HONDA today.I mounted the rear caliper,seat with heat shield,the complete rear suspension,new bearings and seals in the rear carriers,fuel cell petcock,fuel cell selector and attachments(which is a bitch when mounted, do it before mounting!!)2 new rear axles,reverse light,rear brake lines and e-brake,ran the fuel lines,installed the new rese for antifreeze,all new lines for that,much much more.


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File comment: seat-I think it is a COBRA seat, Pilotman this look familiar?
Odykid progress pictures 003.jpg
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File comment: rear of seat with installed custom heat shield
Odykid progress pictures 006.jpg
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File comment: SOME of the parts all OEM from SERVICE
Odykid progress pictures 007.jpg
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File comment: some more parts from SERVICE-ALL FOR THIS PROJECT
Odykid progress pictures 010.jpg
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2009 7:07 pm 
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when I install bearings I do it with a bearing installer tool, not a skillbilly way like the previous owner did and ruin brand new bearings!!!


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Odykid progress pictures 008.jpg
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File comment: bearing carrier completed with new upper tie rod ends as well
Odykid progress pictures 009.jpg
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File comment: rear suspension bolts and nuts-for both sides
Odykid progress pictures 011.jpg
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File comment: new REAR AXLES COMPLETE FROM honda
Odykid progress pictures 012.jpg
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File comment: More OEM parts from SERVICE HONDA for project
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2009 7:12 pm 
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Since the rese's caps for the antifreeze tank are discontinued I picked up 1 off EBAY with a great cap, and it is always nice to have a spare.I purchased a new rese with all the hardware I could get-I even purchased the OEM overflow rubber lines from the rad to the tank and the overflow drains too.


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File comment: used but good shape spare rese, I will use the cap only I have a new O-ring for it from HONDA
Odykid progress pictures 014.jpg
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File comment: As I said I got all new brass shims for the tank as well, I always go over board!!
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File comment: more parts
Odykid progress pictures 010.jpg
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rear suspension pictures-shocks are on order still, expect them soon, I can't install them due to my workhorses are in the way-LOL!!


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File comment: Installed the urethane bushings in the upper arms as well
Odykid progress pictures 016.jpg
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File comment: EVERYTHING painted or powdercoated, new hardware as well
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File comment: LIKE THEM NEW AXLES???
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2009 11:39 pm 
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Mudd I have that same pipe on my Pilot, does your connect to the first mount that the stock does, or just the second near the rear?


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2009 11:48 pm 
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It connected to all 3 perfectly, much better then a ATVR for sure.I had to space the silncer off the frame as pictured, other then that it used all 3 of the stock mounts.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2009 12:27 am 
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Ah okay, mine came from a modded pilot and the lower mount doesnt connect to the pilots frame without a bracket. LOVE the pipe, I have a shorter silencer so I would love to hear on how that silencer works on yours.

P.S- I also had to space the silencer off the frame.


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Got the powdercoater to do some items for me-front hubs,all of the plastics fender brackets,front backing plates,rear brake line clamp, and some other smaller 350 stuff.I was able to install the front backing plates, new front brake hardware and shoes,I took the adjusters out and cleaned then throughly and re-lubed them,installed all new front wheel bearings and seals,new spindle nuts.If I had a set of rims and tires it would be a rolling chasiss currently.I am still waiting for RANDY to send me parts,I am hopeful I will eventually get them, but I am slowly looking into other options as time is passing.PICS to follow as I left this project and went to work on the 350x atc I had laying here in the trailer. :-)


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 29, 2009 7:32 pm 
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Finally got parts from Randy coming, he has been on the phone to me all week, I got new wheel, hardware, brackets,CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition),ELECTRONICS, a ton of shit coming for the Pilot.I am STILL waiting for my painter to finish the top cage-we have been playing phone tag for some time.Placed another order from SERVICE:

Part Number Quantity Description List Price Your Price!
90304-HB5-000 4 NUT, AXLE (18MM) $ 23.04 $ 18
90304-HB5-000 4 NUT, AXLE (18MM) $ 23.04 $ 18
54230-VM0-000 1 FRAME, SHIFT LEVER $ 41.47 $ 31.25
54210-HE0-000 1 LEVER, SHIFT CHANGE $ 36.56 $ 27.55
24723-969-023 1 CAP, PROTECTOR $ 6.13 $ 4.79
53180-HE0-000 1 GUARD, R. $ 12.53 $ 9.78
53185-HE0-000 1 GUARD, L. $ 11.75 $ 9.17
33121-HE0-013 2 CASE, HEADLIGHT $ 63.64 $ 47.96
33122-HE0-003 2 GRILLE, HEADLIGHT $ 33.64 $ 28.66
24721-HE0-000 1 HOLDER, CHANGE CABLE $ 4.89 $ 3.82
94511-32000 2 CIRCLIP (32MM) $ 1.96 $ 1.54
THE LEFT PROTECTOR FOR THE MASTER CYLINDER IS DISCONTINUED-as is the shift lever too.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 04, 2009 8:10 am 
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Installed the TOTAL NEW shifter assembly-2 new cables-new OEM steering wheel(no guts, I have them),new OEM steering cover with switches-yup brand new!!!!!,new right side master-new master harness switch-new OEM bushings on steering shaft-I am still waiting for parts from SERVICE to button up the front end.Pictures to follow, I'll grab them today.
I have to tell you guys-I have posted recently that I was having a issue with Randy at Odysalvage.com,the main complaint was simple-I couldn't get a hold of him, and parts that had been ordered never came.WELL-Randy has since called me and spent about a hr of his time explaining to me what exactly had been going on in his life recently(which is alot-believe me)and had promised to make it right-AND HE HAS BIGTIME!!! He has called me numerous times to check on parts, offer some he thought I might need, and called with tracking numbers-labeled every item I purchased so I could check on receipt-etc etc he has been right on top of my order, and IMO has gone out of his way to get me my order, and get it here ASAP-and I wanted him to know I apprec it greatly(if he even has the time to read this)and I am hoping all goes well for him.
I'll scan my order from him, but the total of all items is 2219.43--YUP-thats not a misprint but some items I doubled on my order just to have them for the future, such as a steering wheel, internals, etc as the stuff is all discontinued and so hard to get at times.AND FOR FUTURE BUILDS AS WELL.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 04, 2009 11:24 am 
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Randy has always been a benifit to the community! EVERYBODY has issues in their personal life and unfortunatly it sometimes spills into business matters. I am glad things are loking up for him!


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Hello, yes Randy is top notch he is the first guy I met that takes all the time needed to help anybody out.

I run my business with just myself and my wife, if I get sick or hurt I have no choice but to close the shop.
It is tuff to do it alone!


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 7:46 pm 
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Alot of OEM parts most for the plastics, every bolt is OEM for that, steering wheel is a NEW honda whell, not reconditioned-everything here is new for the steering wheel,new MASTERS both rear and front, all internals,everything!!


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parts for Odyid project 001.jpg
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parts for Odyid project 002.jpg
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File comment: yup-thats a OEM front panel complete for a Pilot, tell me that's not rare-you'll never find it-NEVER
parts for Odyid project 003.jpg
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File comment: even got new OEM axles nuts for this project-who gets them???
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 7:50 pm 
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File comment: masters new!!!
parts for Odyid project 005.jpg
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File comment: wheel installed on ride
parts for Odyid project 006.jpg
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File comment: another look at the NEW wheel, not powdercoated
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File comment: front hubs powdercoated and installed with all new brakes
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 7:54 pm 
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parts for Odyid project 010.jpg
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File comment: rear harness for the e-brake light and trans lights on steering wheel
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 22, 2009 8:57 pm 
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ROLLCAGE is finally here-had to repaint it as the color was off--finally got it from the paiter so the project can move forward.thank god!!


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 25, 2009 9:24 am 
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Got another SERVICE order in yesterday.I installed the new masters on the wheel, that's about it as I am awaiting another SERVICE order with my new rubber brake lines, once I get them I can button up the front steering and install the front plasitcs, bleed and adjust the front brakes, etc.heres some pictures:


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File comment: fresh baby-mostl all new hardware for the steering wheel-new throttle arms, springs, etc.
odykid updated pilot pictures 001.jpg
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File comment: new master cylinder,sweet!!
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heres more:


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File comment: pic with new masters installed
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File comment: when the last time you saw a sight glass that new on a Pilot?
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File comment: my 350x, wanted to post this just to show what I have been working on during the wait for parts!
odykid updated pilot pictures 005.jpg
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File comment: 350x, and 1 of my 3 250r atc's, packed garage huh?
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WOW that's going to be a new 20k Pilot when your done you should contact Honda and see if they will want to put it in their museum :shock:


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hoser wrote:
WOW that's going to be a new 20k Pilot when your done you should contact Honda and see if they will want to put it in their museum :shock:


LOL, your right Hoser-I so regret not just buying ODYKIDS pilot when it was all together-it has been so expensive getting each item-espec the trans, and rear brake caliper, it would have been so much cheaper to just buy it in 1 piece!!!Can we start a POOA museum somewhere/ :-)
Like the 350x Hoser?


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Mudbogger wrote:
hoser wrote:
WOW that's going to be a new 20k Pilot when your done you should contact Honda and see if they will want to put it in their museum :shock:


LOL, your right Hoser-I so regret not just buying ODYKIDS pilot when it was all together-it has been so expensive getting each item-espec the trans, and rear brake caliper, it would have been so much cheaper to just buy it in 1 piece!!!Can we start a POOA museum somewhere/ :-)
Like the 350x Hoser?


Yeah the 350X and the 250R! Both look real nice.


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