Com’on Gar, in the early stages of that thread you didn’t recognize the posturing?... Planting the sead….Thank you Richard and Fred for your patience. Had to get caught up on Richard's transition from a $1500 250 kit to a $5K kit . Actually the thread based on Sumo-X 250 kit makes a fascinating reread . Then of course it was time for a leisurely Sunday brunch . Back in the saddle now, so to speak .
i think i will take 2 cents worth of that too.this bike dose all i need.it will carry my butt from a to b.drill ended.keep the rubber on the ground.I don't think the increased wear on our motors will be worth the HP gain. I think the Fury has great acceleration and ability to haul on the highway. I want to keep my fury as reliable as possible. Not going to screw with my motor and possibly ruin the engineering Honda put into it. Just my 2 cents.
Hood scoop, ya, now let me think about this..........ya, if you just ran a chrome tube along the side to a point just forward of the radiator, you'd have what Chrysler used to call a "Cold Air Pack". Right? I gotta get right on this design! LOLClearly, we need a hood scoop reaching forward ahead of the radiator ...
You guys crack me up.No need Tony ... Here's the interesting part. After the hop-up they take the old pistons and covert them into the boiler for an onboard espresso maker. They were going to offer the cams in a device for grinding coffee beans but felt the average rider wouldn't care for the mess let alone the loss of the core charge.
Hmm ... not that I've seen. His last post here was 1/12; haven't seen one anywhere else. What am I missing?Has there been a Gar sighting? Praise the Lord! We need some common scense around here. Somebody has to keep us all straight and not running off on all these tangents. Guess I missed it.