Author Topic: 2Nubs's boondock build  (Read 3934 times)

Offline Action69

Re: 2Nubs's boondock build
« Reply #60 on: November 28, 2018, 11:53:03 AM »
Looks like good times..👍

Online hickwheeler

Re: 2Nubs's boondock build
« Reply #61 on: November 28, 2018, 11:57:04 AM »
Looks like you guys had fun. Drifting on chip seal roads is so much fun
88 ESR 330 5mil stroke
88 ct350pv (BOF Build)
Puma coming soon

Offline 2Nubs

Re: 2Nubs's boondock build
« Reply #62 on: December 03, 2018, 02:58:53 PM »
Well, it seems the 400ex throttle was going to be a pain to get working properly with my PWK, soooo more dollars. Quad might as well be a stripper the way I keep throwing money at it.

Picked up another polished throttle. This time the correct OEM unit from a 250R. Same guy that I bought the polished brake setup control setup from. Not sure what he used, but it is top notch polishing. Hopefully this one last a long time. They are proud of these old parts.

Offline 2Nubs

Re: 2Nubs's boondock build
« Reply #63 on: December 27, 2018, 10:03:11 AM »
The FourWerx hood has got to be the best mod I've done in the looks department. Excellent quality! Easy to see why so many people run these on their R. Hard to stop staring at it lol.

Over the holiday all the kids of my girl friend's family got their own quads (ages 4-9). It was awesome to see the excitement of a kid when they hopped on and fired up the new toy. We unloaded my quad and me and my girl friend doubled up and putted around letting them all beat me in a race. Good times!

Offline Hawaiiysr

Re: 2Nubs's boondock build
« Reply #64 on: January 03, 2019, 12:20:55 PM »
looking good nubs. Glad to hear quads were a hit at christmas. hopefully new riders for life.

Offline 2Nubs

Re: 2Nubs's boondock build
« Reply #65 on: February 19, 2019, 10:01:16 AM »
I got a little seat time this week on the R. I'm getting back to chipping away at the small to do list I have. Yesterday the clutch cable snapped a few miles from home so I have a new one on the way as well as some rear brake pads. Next will be a poly frame skid and some tires for my Hyper wheels.

I also need to buy a factory style chain slider for the swingarm. I threw the chain off a while back due to a warped sprocket and it got in between the countershaft and swingarm and chewed the TM Designworks chain block up pretty bad. I'm really not a fan of needing to drop the swingarm to replace it. Will add a poly case saver at that time.

I added my bling to the handlebars finally. Very pleased with the fresh factory throttle. No more slack.