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  1. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    Without sounding totally insane, I will share with you all some of the mods I did to the cases and gloss over the fact that I machined off some of the casting marks on the outside of the cases as...
  2. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    ... and when you consider the tools, skills, time and supplies required, that's a bargain.
  3. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    Haha... Yes, it sure is. Not the sort of thing that you can really pay someone to do (to this extent) unless you have stupid money. This is the sort of thing that you have to do because, in some...
  4. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    Here is a photo of the expansion cone before, after some of the crud is removed, the tool that i used to scrape away at the casting marks and the results.

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  5. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    I've done lots of porting in the past, but it's been several years and I didn't have a Dremel when I got started. While I shopped around for what I wanted (what I could afford) I started the job...
  6. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    I just realized that have a few photos of some of the clean up / porting work that I did. Mostly on the exhaust and a few of the tunnel porting. Here are a few photos of the before and after of the...
  7. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    After every porting job, I swear that I am done with it and I will never do one that crazy again... I continued with the tunnel porting, making it both more intense an also smoother transitions, ...
  8. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    In my last post I mentioned a special tool that I made but I didn't explain it very well. It is basically a specialty tool that I made and used for cleaning up the inner bores of the exhaust system....
  9. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    Thanks, Myself.

    I have done a fair bit of porting in the past (many many years ago) and I don't think I've ever seen anything that started out as bad as this engine. I have since seen a few 650...
  10. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    Were you the person who was asking if I would be able to copy my set up and sell it? Thanks for subscribing and watching !!

    Cheers
  11. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    I started to do some port mapping, and just by doing some quick measurements / observations, I could tell right away that something wasn't right. With both pistons sitting at bottom dead centre, they...
  12. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    After removing my intake manifold you can see there is an impact mark from what looks like a steel hammer or possibly and end mill mark? There is also some tunnel porting in the cases, but no porting...
  13. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    I'm having a real hard time uploading photos. Most of the time I select my file, click upload and nothing happens. If I refresh or change the name of the file that seems to allow me to upload up to 4...
  14. Re: From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    When I got the Ski, the steering had been modified (lowered) and was very loose at the bushings but also because of a modification that they had done. I made some new bushings but didn't really know...
  15. From ZERO to 46 MPH in 11 Months - My X2 Project

    About a year ago, I purchased a 1990 X2 that had been sitting for a long time and rode it once before tearing it down. What was supposed to be some general maintenance / basic performance mods,...
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    Re: Mach 6 X2 build

    Good to see you picked back up on this build.
  17. Re: X2/650sx stock headpipe differences and modification possibilites

    I was 100%, for sur,e not talking about you. As far as I remember you were on topic and obviously very knowledgable. Your grammar is also on point and very easy to read, compared to most. Well done. ...
  18. Re: X2/650sx stock headpipe differences and modification possibilites

    It would be nice if people would respect the request of the original poster and try to grasp what his intentions are. We all know that performance pipes offer...more performance.

    From what I...
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    Re: 650 sx build

    Thanks for your reply!

    A lot of engines, especially older ones with cast in place liners, have some error in port timing. My question was specifically about the 650 as I have never worked on one...
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    Re: 650 sx build

    I'm enjoying this build, mostly the creative engine mods. My father was a small engine mechanic, and he and I worked on a few small time snowmobile drag race teams back in the 90s'. I just got an X2,...
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    Re: X2 owner - Just saying "Hello"

    I love the X2. I have had access to new, bigger and mower powerful skis, but the X2 was the only one that I tried and then went out and bought one. Not saying that there aren't other skis that I'd...
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    X2 owner - Just saying "Hello"

    Soon enough I will be asking questions and, hopefully chiming in on topics, but before I starting asking questions I just wanted to say hello.

    I purchased a 1990 Kawasaki X2 that had been sitting...
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