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team prehistoric
#748282 09/07/18 10:30 pm
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took the loring land speed record in september with 133.002 mph in the mile, and 135.259 in the mile-and-a-half

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kevin #748351 09/08/18 1:16 pm
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Congratulations, Kevin!

Do you think longer velocity stacks would have made even more speed?

Where's the video!?

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kevin #748358 09/08/18 2:10 pm
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lol

velocity stacks have to bolt on to the keihins, so they have to engineered from scratch. but there was a guy there with a 61 mph moped who made his own on a 3D printer, so i may go that route. i was too busy to put the camera on the bike-- it sat on the seat in the truck the whole time.



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kevin #756725 11/21/18 10:07 am
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Nice work Kev


Now let’s all have a beer beerchug

68’ A65 Lightning “clubman”
71’ A65 823 Thunderbolt (undergoing restoration)
67’ D10 sportsman (undergoing restoration)
68’ D14 trials (undergoing transformation)

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kevin #756755 11/21/18 5:46 pm
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looking for 140 eventually.

i think that will about do it.

then maybe a B25 streamliner.


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kevin #757283 11/27/18 11:30 am
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And after that a "normal" race bike?

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kevin #757293 11/27/18 2:37 pm
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no!

track bike next, as soon as the morgo is off the lift, now that the gearbox is upgraded. probably living in my truck for some time now though, no work in the evenings.


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