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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2009 9:29 am 
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Thank you much.


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Project has stalled while I hunt for parts and powdercoater is behind as well---will update as I progress with this, but for time being it is dead in the water.


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Picking up motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )) tomorrow from mikey=fresh rebuild from Hoser with Speedchaser head-I will start on the project in the coming week again.


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Got motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )) back from Hoser-still looking for trans and upper cage with bolts==


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Were you not able to get the upper cage from Power Sports Pro??
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GAPILOT wrote:
Were you not able to get the upper cage from Power Sports Pro??
GAPILOT


Hi I never checked them out to be honest-I figured since I have to sandblast and paint I might as well get used-buying new would be silly and a waste of money due to this.


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check with nick pena..I believe he has some used ones..if down the road you need a new one, I have one..GAPILOT


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[quote="GAPILOT"]check with nick pena..I believe he has some used ones..if down the road you need a new one, I have one..GAPILOT[/quote
hmmm-PM ME PRICE PERHAPS?


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Update:
rollcage is on it's way here, and I do believe I have a trans and a OEM fuel cell as well coming.As soon as the cage gets here it will be fitted on the frame and then sent to the painter.The trans will be re-sealed and a new driven will be installed with new rotor and then placed into the frame after a very good cleaning.The motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )) is freshly rebuilt from Hoser with a Speedchaser head and a cr-250 reed stuffer,etc etc. and will be going in as well.I have pretty much everything I need for this project except a fuel cell protector which is discontinued.


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Rollcage arrived today-it is perfect-brand new in the OEM box even-very happy.Will go to painters tomorrow.Trans expected here as well soon, along with new OEM fuel cell also.Pictures to follow.


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Top rollcage is at the painters currently being repainted.I have been collecting hard to get parts for this project as well during the last couple months, I aquired a brand new OEM fuel cell, plastic guard for the fuel cell,little hard to find covers,switches, etc,all OEM and hard to get indeed.I sent some parts to my powdercoater like the battery box, sterrring column, brackets for fuel lines,etc and should be getting them back this week.

I'll include some pictures when I get everything back before installation in the frame.I havent worked on it in sometime as lack of parts and work have kept me very busy-plus the WIGGINS 250R project has been a priority to me personally.


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Trans arrived today it is in great shape but need the cups removed from both sides they are stuck but good.I am going to fab a puller for this tomorrow at a friends shop, I will take some pictures of the fabbed product and removal.Otherwise the trans is in great shape-I am very happy with it indeed.Powdercoated items returned from shop in gloss black look real good.


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I didn't need a camera for the removal of the sutbs as I just used a slide hammer with 5 inch long forks on the end if it, standard MATCO slide hammer I just included a heavy weight on the slide and they came right out, worked really really well for me, and I used no heat-lube-nothing,no fabbing required as the tool sel is readily available at any MATCO store/seller.


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Got some more parts for the project-I installed the trans today after a really good cleaning-heres some pictures.I didn't notice the trans was missing the dowels on it so I couldn't install it today.The rollcage is still at my painters, he is backlogged and honestly I really don't need it anway.I am still in need of a full steering wheel, and some peices for the fuel cell like the plastic gaurd,fuel selector(res/on/off)and the hardware that surrounds it.I bought a brake disc from Hare for it, and I am in process of getting a last order together to go to my powdercoater as wel.Project is slow, but coming along here.I still need a dual air inlet set-up in my COLORADO pilot to finish that up as well.I'll take some updated pictures of the project this week.I also got a right side spindle on the way to finish the front end from GAPILOT(THANKS TO HIM FOR SOME REALLY KICK-ASS PARTS-HE IS A STAND UP GUY and his parts are brand new OEM!!!)SO LOOKING FORWARD TO GETTING THE FRONT END DONE FINALLY.


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Ordered a boatload of parts from SERVICE HONDA today for this project.I sanded/primed/painted at my friends body shop ALL the rear suspension arms, bearing carriers,hubs-everything.I had already installed the poly urethane bushing kits in the rear arms previously-some items I wanted to purchase are no longer available which sucks.Trans is in, all new mounts, bolts, nuts, all OEM as well as the suspension bolts/nuts.


#24 17600-HE0-000ZA Guard, Fuel Tank
#12 16952-HE0-000 Lever, Fuel Valve
#13 16953-MG7-000 Base, Fuel MUTT
#14 16955-MG7-000 Seal, Fuel MUTT Lever
#33 90101-MG9-000 Screw, Pan
#35 90404-SB0-010 Washer
#42 93600-04020-0G Screw, Flat (need 2 please)
#32 90007-MA2-000 Collar, Screen Setting (need 2 please)
#43 94050-06070 Nut, Flange (need 2 please)
NEW FENDER BRACKETS REAR OEM
NEW FENDER BRACKETS FRONT-
WIRE HARNESS FOR REAR CALIPER
and so so much more-------------heres more parts:

HP 16955-MG7-000 SEAL, PETCOCK LEVER
N/A 2.64 1@2.64 0.00*
HP 50313-HE0-000 CLIP B, WIRE
N/A 1.55 1@1.55 0.00*
HP 61103-HE0-000 BRACKET, FR. FENDER
N/A 13.58 2@13.58 0.00*
HP 80101-HE0-000 BRACKET, RR. FENDER
N/A 17.76 1@17.76 0.00*
HP 80110-HE0-505ZA FDR, L. RR. *R110*
N/A 123.23 1@123.23 0.00*
HP 83618-323-000 RUBBER, BATTERY BOX
N/A 0.84 1@0.84 0.00*
HP 90007-MA2-000 COLR, SCREEN SETTING
N/A 1.32 2@1.32 0.00*
HP 90101-MG9-000 SCREW, PAN (5X20)
N/A 1.78 1@1.78 0.00*
HP 90112-HE0-000 BOLT, UBS (8X18)
N/A 3.64 1@3.64 0.00*
HP 90506-425-000 WASHER, RR. COVER
N/A 1.58 2@1.58 0.00*
HP 93600-04020-0G SCREW, FLAT (4X20)
N/A 0.24 2@0.24 0.00*
HP 94050-06070 NUT, FLANGE (6MM)
N/A 0.63 2@0.63 0.00*


Still waiting for my first order-which isn't listed here(duh) - I really need those dowels to mount the motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )) in the frame,which are in my first order. I'll progress onward from there.


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First order palced this week for the project, found it in my documents!!!


94301-14200 4 PIN, DOWEL (14X20) $ 4.72 $ 4.04
50305-HE0-000 3 RUBBER B, SETTING $ 39.33 $ 30.72
50241-VM0-000 3 RUB, Engine SETTING $ 57.93 $ 45.24
24711-HE0-000 1 ARM, GEARSHIFT $ 22.91 $ 17.26
83618-323-000 2 RUBBER, BATTERY BOX $ 2.14 $ 1.68
95002-50000 1 CLIP, TUBE (C9) $ 0.55 $ 0.47
17103-HE0-000 1 TUBE, BREATHER $ 3.5 $ 2.49
90456-HE0-000 1 WASHER (10MM) $ 11.38 $ 8.89
95701-10075-00 1 BOLT, FLANGE (10X75) $ 1.68 $ 1.43
51210-HE0-010 1 KNUCKLE, R. FR. $ 140.87 $ 106.15
Total (Excluding Taxes and Shipping) $ 285.01 $ 218.37


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Some pictures of the Project-I took the rear bearing carriers apart today-thank god I did.The pictures show that the skillbilly who installed the bearings did so with a punch or something-the case was pushed in against the bearings as shown-why do people do stuff without the proper tools?The bearings are newer, but after the arse installed them they are junk.STUPID STUPID, kills me, good bearings gone bad-LOL
I sent the rear carriers,battery box,rear shock brackets,rear hubs,front backing plates and front brake hubs to a new powdercoater today-expected back in a week tops.
Ordered some parts again from RANDY @ odysseysalvage.com today:

steering wheel complete
2 front brake lines(rubber new OEM)
rear wire harness for trans idiot light
rear wire harness for parking brake light
driven clutch(new) he has them!
rear clip for brake line on frame
clip for trans cables to attach to trans
2 new shifter cables(he has them OEM)
CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition) unit with rubber mount
coil with rubber mount
fuel cell plastic guard
fuel cell mount on frame(near fuel selector)
associated hardware for fuel mounting

Heres some pictures of the project


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File comment: trans in finally, waiting for dowels to install Engine.
Odykid dual air bracket 012.jpg
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File comment: see the outer enclosed black cover is pushed down?
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File comment: right rear arms installed with urethane bushing kit
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File comment: inner races look good, no need to send to SPEEDCHASER.off to the powdercoater it goes!
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File comment: opposite side rear carrier-
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Got rear bearing carriers back from the powdercoater, dropped off the front backing plates, front drums,fender brackets front and rear,rear brake line clamp, and some smaller items back for gloss black powdercoating.I am awaiting a order from SERVICE for the carrier bearings and seals, once I get them I can button up the rear end of this Project.I have 2 new complete OEM axles for that as well.
I installed the Engine today-heres the list of parts new OEM used:

NEW OEM motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )) rubbers
NEW OEM outside motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )) mount rubbers
4 OEM dowels
2 new OEM Engine bolts
2 new OEM bolts
All new OEM trans and Engine mounting bolts
new coolant lines with new clamps

I also installed the new OEM fuel cell, using all new OEM rubber bushings, spacers,nuts,bolts,sleeves.Installed the air box, carb,carb to air box intake with OEM clamps,all new hardware for the tank,new fuel cap,new throttle cable,new drain lines,new pulse line,new fuel lines,CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition) unit,radiator, rad fan, harness for shifter light,new OEM fuel sending unit, new OEM pepcock, new OEM fuel filter with rubber mount-way to much to keep going.Pics to follow tomorrow.
I am still in need of a steering wheel complete currently.

I installed the stock clutch on the crank,I have a powerbloc but want to keep it for my Pilots I ride.I am using this for a looker, not a rider, so performance isn't really as necessary as the 1's I ride in the woods.Plus stock is easier for the newbie to start fresh on if purchased later in life.

I installed the old driven after doing the driven mod as per the tech pages.I will replace this driven later, I need to spend the money alotted here on other items,such as powdercoating!!!Had to again place a order at SERVICE for rear bearings for the carriers both sides with seals and front wheel bearings both sides with new seals as well,might as well replace them while they are apart.I will save the old seals for future useage in my other rides as they arent bad at all, some bearings are bad but I can save the 1's that arent bad.


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Order #2 from SERVICE HONDA for project:

Part Number Quantity Description List Price Your Price! Order
17534-HE0-000 RUBBER, TANK SETTING $18.48 $14.43 <Remove>
16950-HA7-671 PETCOCK ASSY. $37.05 $27.92 <Remove>
90502-HE0-000 COLLAR (8.3X16.5) $6.29 $4.91 <Remove>
95001-75300-30 TUBE (7.3X300) $5.96 $4.23 <Remove>
17620-HE0-003 CAP, FUEL FILLER $76.91 $57.95 <Remove>
90652-GHB-740 BAND (62) $8.76 $7.46 <Remove>
19101-HE0-000 TK, RADIATOR RESERVE $40.36 $30.41 <Remove>
31504-MG8-300 GROMMET $1.82 $1.42 <Remove>
19103-HE0-000 PIPE JOINT (4.76) $5.47 $4.27 <Remove>
19066-HE0-000 TUBE, BREATHER $14.15 $11.05 <Remove>
19104-KE1-000 CAP, RESERVE TANK $10.11 $7.9 <Remove>
91352-HA2-003 O-RING (21.5X3.1) $2.45 $1.92 <Remove>
19104-HE0-010 PIPE, JOINT (8.0) $14.05 $10.98 <Remove>
95002-02120 CLIP, TUBE (B12) $3.52 $3 <Remove>
95003-23041-10 TUBE (8X12X410) $2.08 $1.48 <Remove>
19030-HE0-000 COVER, FAN $187.64 $141.38 <Remove>
54540-HE0-000 CABLE $27.71 $20.88 <Remove>
90503-HE0-000 COLLAR $9.52 $7.44 <Remove>
54520-HE0-000 CABLE $27.71 $20.88 <Remove>
19045-MR1-771 CAP, RADIATOR $29.95 $22.56 <Remove>
50315-HE0-003 CLIP (25F) $5.51 $4.3 <Remove>
50316-HE0-003 CLIP (10) $3.49 $2.73 <Remove>
50322-HE0-671 CLIP (20MM) $2.91 $2.27 <Remove>
50332-HE0-671 CLIP (8.3MM) $2.49 $1.95


around 500 bucks-discontinued items havent been deleted as of posting.


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Ordered anothe rSERVICE HONDA order today in addition to the 1 posted, just a couple of rubbers and bolts.Heres as promised some pictures of the progress the last couple days:


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File comment: brand new OEM fuel cell, with all the hardware OEM as well
Progress pics of Odykid Pilot 001.jpg
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File comment: view of driven clutch, air box with intake, new belt.I prefer the weathered look on my trans and motors, it is such a bitch to paint them.
Progress pics of Odykid Pilot 002.jpg
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File comment: side view of battery box, all new brackets,bolts, rubber bushings, everything new.
Progress pics of Odykid Pilot 003.jpg
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File comment: brand new OEM spindle-hard to get these days but I got it(thanks GAPILOT)!!BACKING PLATES AND DRUMS AT POWDERCOATER
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File comment: motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )) in fresh rebuild,new hoses, rad mounted, lines run,all new OEM motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )) mounts with bolts/nuts.Exhaust will be a surprise!!
Progress pics of Odykid Pilot 005.jpg
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File comment: rad mounted with shroud, just to make sure hoses, lines, starter cable all good.It is important to do this now-could be a real bitch later!!
Progress pics of Odykid Pilot 006.jpg
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File comment: bearing carrier back from powdercoating, same with the shock mount.
Progress pics of Odykid Pilot 007.jpg
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File comment: Other side after coating.New OEM seals and bearings are ordered will install as soon as they arrive.
Progress pics of Odykid Pilot 008.jpg
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File comment: stock carb mounted,all stock internals all OEM new-even choke cable internals new!!
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More still.I am waiting for parts such as the clips for the heater hoses, clamps for the air intake to carb-fuel cell petcock,seals and bushings for the fuel cell,etc etc.If you notice something missing let me know-I probably have it ordered---


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File comment: trans to motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )) plates,bolts,nuts, dowels are all new OEM,nothing used here.I even got new brake line clips for the rear brake line!!
Progress pics of Odykid Pilot 010.jpg
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File comment: just for the anal guys looking, even the rubber bushings for the rad are new-heres the proof!!!see the nice paint job on the frame?
Progress pics of Odykid Pilot 011.jpg
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File comment: Got some used but good shape steering plastics with a working lid-thats hard to find these days as well.They are discontinued currently.
Progress pics of Odykid Pilot 012.jpg
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File comment: Another of the new OEM cell and motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )).
Progress pics of Odykid Pilot 013.jpg
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Looking really really nice, I am jealous of all those nice new parts.
Keep up the good work.


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scpilot66 wrote:
Looking really really nice, I am jealous of all those nice new parts.
Keep up the good work.



thanks, but likewise with that 350 you got going, that thing is sweet indeed!!!!!


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Installed complete exhaust system with silencer, custom seat with heat shield,Hares new rear brake disc, belt gaurd, some decals on the frame,tie rods and tie rod ends(which were a real bitch)rubbers for the fuel cell holding brackets,alot of lttle stuff to prep for the incoming parts.I also installed the rear section of wire harness (which I found on a other harness) for the idiot lights for neutral,reverse.Pictures to follow. :-)


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