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Old 02-02-2009, 08:13 PM
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Default now making honda rc 162 frames

this is an original 250 4


we are now doing replica rc 162 frames.
seen here setting up in the jig



people use the cb250rr 4 cylinder engine in them.
below is a 250 hornet in place, also the swing arm and the seperate front engine mount.



untill you have heard one of these little 250 4 engines equipped with 4 into 4 open megaphone silencers reved up to 14500 rpm, you cannot imagine the sound
and silencers is the wrong word to use too

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Old 02-02-2009, 08:59 PM
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No such thing as silent with one of them, Wynne.

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I had open megaphones on my pre-unit 61 bonnie,when one separated from the down pipe it all went quiet,i thought it had siezed
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