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    Re: X2/900 build

    Does anyone know if the ADA racing billet heads for the 900/1100 are the same? theres someone ebay saying itll fit both

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    Re: X2/900 build

    The domes are different and the bore diameters are different.
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    Re: X2/900 build

    thank you

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    Re: X2/900 build

    got the top end off, crank looks good, sleeves arent scored, pistons are dirty, rings are worn, but everything else is ready to rebuild, i took my intake man off to blast it, if anyone knows the correct way to paint a ski engine, in pieces or once its built and all put together?20201108_175237.jpg20201108_175248.jpg20201108_175314.jpg20201109_124236(1).jpg20201109_124240(1).jpg20201109_124243(1).jpg20201109_124246(1).jpg20201109_124253.jpg

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    Re: X2/900 build

    got my exhaust mani back, the guy removed too much i think , im kinda worried, driveshaft was also shortened, got all the studs off " pain in the rear" im think i need to fill the water jacket holes with jb weld on the exhaust ports, it should fill in and hold tight i think 20201111_195040.jpg20201111_195051.jpg20201111_195111.jpg20201111_195116.jpg20201111_195119.jpg

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    Re: X2/900 build

    That manifold is junk. Look how that fly cutter dug into the pto exhaust flange, it looks like the tool came loose and the feed kept going.
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    Re: X2/900 build

    Quote Originally Posted by BLRider View Post
    That manifold is junk. Look how that fly cutter dug into the pto exhaust flange, it looks like the tool came loose and the feed kept going.
    yea, im not using it, ebay FTW

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    Re: X2/900 build

    ordered new exhaust mani, and finally got my exhaust chamber back , ordered my dash fill too, im gathering parts and soon ill be assembling!!! getting excited for this build 20201116_164430.jpg20201116_164440.jpg20201116_164446.jpg20201116_164449.jpg

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    Re: X2/900 build

    i keep getting parts in , i got my aluminum dash fill, it fits perfect and its a perfect spot for a tach!
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    Re: X2/900 build

    Be sure you keep as much foam in the hood as possible and a perfect hood seal as these triple motors make it super easy to sink
    Also add some more ways to get air in for the engine to breathe
    You will need a blister for the rear carb to clear the hull and when you fall to the right you can dump water into the carb... I know this!
    "Thanks" to Chris Newmiller @ Newmiller Machine

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