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    One pic of broken clutch, still looking for heel clicker weights!
    I have some nice ski fixing project, actually it is plastic welding, i post pictures later.
    Yamaha SXViper 2002
    2" riser
    44" stance
    Blue headlight cover
    DIY windshield
    18.9" fox floats on front end and 18.7" fox float on rear skid
    Tunnel stiffeners and protective tube

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    Here is some pictures of ski fixing project.

    ski1.jpg
    Starting point, first i grind all surfaces with grinder. Need to get those clean.

    ski2.jpg
    Then i added some PE plastic pieces and weld them all around, because i need to create a shape for ski and grind a lot of material off.
    Plastic welding is very accurate job, you need to check temperatures all the time. If that plastic "oil" comes to top of material, then it is ruined.
    After plastic welding i drilled new holes for driver iron and then i grind skiis bottom so they look like a original.

    ski3.jpg
    Because skis were from skidoo or actually mountings were from skidoo so i need to make 10mm plastic spacer under rubber. I also put some screws to keep it together.
    Yamahas ski pivot is littlebit wider so i grinded 1mm on each side to make it fit properly.

    ski4.jpg
    Finished product.

    Some youtube link of Blade skis, those are DS model so it is littlebit different.


    Throw some comments what you think and also offer me some heel clicker weights
    Or do i have to 3d scan those weight pieces what i have and send models to some engineering works so they can make it?
    Yamaha SXViper 2002
    2" riser
    44" stance
    Blue headlight cover
    DIY windshield
    18.9" fox floats on front end and 18.7" fox float on rear skid
    Tunnel stiffeners and protective tube

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    Wow, that's impressive. I would have thought from those original pics that they would be unusable!


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    Why don’t you just call the company and order a new set of heel clickers?
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    1997 Yamaha XTC
    700 Redhead, Mr. Viper ported, CPR pipes, 20CC Domes, boost bottle, SRX reeds, Heelclickers, Dual bulb, LT Ohlins

    1997 700 SX
    Thinned head gasket, Gutted Airbox, Reed Spacers, Bender Pipes, Viper Shocks, 51/43 helix 89L weights

    2004 Viper S
    SLP pipes, peak performance head,

    2001 SRX 700
    Power Inc. Pipes

    1997 Mountain Max 700
    Black XTC Hood, Thinned Head Gasket, Gutted Air Box, Reed Stopper Notch, SLP Pipes

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    I have some 2-speed H/Cs if your interested.
    Dannyboy

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    Quote Originally Posted by MURDER YAMAHA View Post
    Why don’t you just call the company and order a new set of heel clickers?
    I haven't never phoned on us companys, it is also pretty expensive. If i bought some new it will cost so many $$$ because i have to pay shipping fees and taxes + VAT of whole price so that is why i don't like that option. I would like to get some used for little cheaper.


    "A couple of bucks" i send you a private message.
    Yamaha SXViper 2002
    2" riser
    44" stance
    Blue headlight cover
    DIY windshield
    18.9" fox floats on front end and 18.7" fox float on rear skid
    Tunnel stiffeners and protective tube

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    I'll get you a picture of them.
    Dannyboy

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    I might be able to help you with the initial set up of the heelclickers.
    2002 SRX 700. The 120++ mph sled. Gearing, Dalton helix, belly pan protector, MM skis, Maxx perf transfer rods, TPI valves, temp gauge and heelclickers
    2001 MM 700. Reedstopper notch, hauck headgasket, Heelclickers, Hauck Magnum roller, Dalton helix, transfer enhancement kit, temp gauge, bellypan protector.
    1999 VT 600. European edition. Cargo rack, cargo box, tow hitch, 50/36 Dalton helix.
    1997 VT 500.Tempaflow, dupont hyfax, belly pan protector, 39 deg helix, heeclickers, tow hitch.


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    Finally got some interest to install other engine. First i took engine off and cleaned engine room a little. Then i checked frame and saw that bottom rivets that keep front cooler and frame are loosen. I need to change them later and maybe add some reinforcement and new 6.4mm rivets.

    engine off.jpg

    Also fixed those steering column bushing, now it is nice and "tight".

    bushing fix.jpg

    And little sneakpeak

    780 instal.jpg

    And if engine works and i have some motivation should i build some rack steering or buy totally new sled frame for new engine. I think some srx 700 with lexan hood and long travel suspension and lynx pps skid or something like that
    Yamaha SXViper 2002
    2" riser
    44" stance
    Blue headlight cover
    DIY windshield
    18.9" fox floats on front end and 18.7" fox float on rear skid
    Tunnel stiffeners and protective tube

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    Insure you inspect the front bulkhead under the pipes. Cracks appears on them almost as much as our W arms.
    Dannyboy

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