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The Angry Ant
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TheGun
Tue Mar 13 2012, 04:36AM


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Here are some images of a 1987 Kawasaki 650SX that I have done exstensive work to.
It has been aptly named "The Angry Ant" because the engine is still 650cc in size.
Port work, Pipe and my specially modified carbi`s are some of the mods done.





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Jetskimechanic
Wed Mar 14 2012, 06:46AM
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Very Nice!!! Looking very nice!!! I have some cool tricks that can be done to the cylinder and pistons...

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Wed Mar 14 2012, 06:53AM


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I have "Gas Ported the top of the pistons to put a little more pressure on the rings to force them out to seal the cylinder.

Usua lly see around 5 to 8% increase in comp as most engines tend to lose comp at speed.....

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Jetskimechanic
Sat Mar 24 2012, 06:07AM
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Very nice!!! Yell all the secret of the 2 strokes!!!

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TheGun
Sat Mar 24 2012, 08:22AM


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NOOOOOOOO!!!

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Jetskimechanic
Sun Mar 25 2012, 06:53AM
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LOL!!!! I hear ya Tony!!! They can find out for them selves or they can go to the RSRE Jetski school that will be in Las Vegas the weekend after the World Finals!!! Figured this would be a good time as many people are done in Havasu they can drive 2 hours north stay a week or two and get educated!!!

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Sun Mar 25 2012, 07:10AM


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EXCELLENT!!!!!! !
Well needed I think..........

And....... allot of pain and costly headaches that most encounter are very simple and very avoidable....

On another note....
Have you experimented with modifying pistons to the point where you can run as lean as 80:1 mix ratio without seizure?????

I have and I am aiming toward 90:1
As it is, the plugs pretty much become a FUSE!!!!! and dont last as long.

As we both know, the only reason why we run so much oil is to provide adequate lubrication to the piston skirts.

Fact is, the bearings only need to run as little as 120:1, but the pistons will not like that.
Most out there will notice that anything running Nikasil plated bores run around 60:1.

This is for a couple of key reasons....
1. The plated aluminium cylinders dissipate the beat better than a iron liner can transfer the heat through the aluminium and into the water jackets.
2. Nikasil is very hard wearing and more risiliant to high tempratures and friction.

The key is to get rid of heat, plus get sufficient lubrication to the piston skirts at the right time in the cylinders stroke.....

Th ey can be leaned out on the oil mix so much that you barely see any smoke out of the exhaust.....

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TheGun
Sun May 06 2012, 06:26PM


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Updated image ..... ALL COMPLETED....





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Mon May 07 2012, 06:50AM
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Very Nice!!!!

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Wed May 30 2012, 05:07AM


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thought I might be generous and show some of you out there what we do with the Mikuni SBN 38/44/46 carby`s.....

I f any of you know what the standard SBN38 looks like with all the choke assembly attached and all the obstructions internally, with the image below....you will see the difference!!!!

These are what is fitted to my 650. Had a mate follow in his boat and according to the GPS, I managed a flat out speed of 91kmh!!!!!!!
For those who can`t comprehend the metric system, thats a bee`s dick just over 50mph!!!!!

Water conditions were perfect (FLAT!!!) and temprature was only 26 deg C with good air density....

Tr ust me....You really hang onto this pig!!!!!
It does not look like much, but it`s an interesting ride!!!!!
I like to round up some of the boys and their superjets and 800 SXR`s!!!!
I get the occasional jaw drop from riders on runabouts as well!!!!

I just need to stop it destroying exhaust couplers and frying excitation coils!!!!! Done three coils now and cannot find why!!!!





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Sat Sep 29 2012, 06:38AM


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Fixed the exhaust couplling issue!!!!
Strategically fitted a water injection nozzle to cool the coupling area... Works a dream, and making even more power due to also cooling exhaust gasses...

The coil burn out issue I had.... Suddenly stoped happening!!!!!





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