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    drilled the brake rotor for better cooling. Now to mill the ski saddles....
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    And you used to tease me about how long my projects took. Lol
    Glad to see you're back on it. I got rid of all my 2 stroke projects. Running a tuned Winder now but looking around for a clean SRX to build a stocker for my son. Good luck on the Phazer, hope you get the time to wrap it up.
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    Beautiful sled!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrviper700 View Post
    drilled the brake rotor for better cooling. Now to mill the ski saddles....
    How much do you think was removed? 1-2 pounds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrviper700 View Post
    while I am there mise well take apart the front scissors and grease it all up and machine the centers out for a bit of uneeded weight loss!.
    As stout as that ski saddle looks, a few lightening hole shouldn't hurt either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by staggs65 View Post
    And you used to tease me about how long my projects took. Lol
    Glad to see you're back on it. I got rid of all my 2 stroke projects. Running a tuned Winder now but looking around for a clean SRX to build a stocker for my son. Good luck on the Phazer, hope you get the time to wrap it up.
    aint that the truth....lol!! sucks when work screws up all the plans, just like when you took the out of town work. Oh well, I got plenty of funds to finish all my stuff....lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by A couple of bucks View Post
    How much do you think was removed? 1-2 pounds?
    I honestly didn't even weigh it, wasn't so much for the weight loss on rotor as much as to let it get some cooling, it should dissipate heat 2 times as good now. ski saddles are next, yep, they are bulky,(at least they are aluminum instead of cast steel like brake rotor) gonna get a trim as well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasse View Post
    mrviper700 check your inbox !
    Hi lasse, I posted pics of some of the cylinder work I did on the trail engine I was doing at same time I was doing my own stuff, I would just smooth everything and take off all the casting corners. I cant give you specs to do your cylinders, mine are made for my mods and wouldn't be for everyone. I would advise get a aaen pipe or 2nd pipe choice of a dg and some flatslide carbs off a 500 vmax. It will run more then strong enough for a kid, be pretty powerfull. clutching will help harness the power and get it to the snow. good luck on your project!
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