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How to build a 50 horse power drz400
by: Rocco 
age:28

 

1. Aquire drz400

2. Buy the following
-434 big bore kit (cylinder works)
-fcr39mx
-stage 2 hot cams
-MRD exhaust

3. Wait 9 weeks for thumper talk and mrd to ship fcr and mrd

4. Aquire all parts, unwrap in living room like it's Christmas

5. Clean all packaging up and burn boxes, packing material, invoices and receipts.

6. Photo shop fake identity theft police reports to hide missing money from the account.

7. Aquire 4-27 beers and means to cool them

8. Retire to the garage to quickly install all parts before wife comes home

9. Place all new parts in front of bike on a rug blessed by a shaman

10. Aquire a chicken.

11. Sacrifice chicken over parts while saying "vroooooooom vrooooooom"

12. Install parts.

13. Realize you forgot to order a shim kit. For the cam install

14. Call every motorcycle shop in a bit 125 mile radius looking for 2 x 1.75 shims

15. Finish install...stare at bike for 20 mins trying to remeber if you set the timing.

16. Slight panic attack when you find a old shim in your pocket and you think you for got one.

17. Aquire up to 3 more chickens to Sacrifice over the engine and fcr.

18. Attempt to start bike

19. Minor heart attack when you start engine and remeber you forgot to refill with oil

20. Realize you only have 1 quart of V300 motul.

21. Call even more shops....locate a 5th chicken just in case.

22. Return home with chicken and new quart of oil.

23. Start bike....start....it's not starting.

24. Sit on chair with chicken, trying to figure out what went wrong.

25. Chick points out that you forgot to hook up the gas and vac lines

26. Shoot hyper advanced talking chicken...nobody needs that in there life

27. Fix fuel lines and vac lines and start bike.

28. Investigate bike, over analyzing every little sound!

29. Ride bike, being careful to break in the new jug, piston and cams properly!

30. Do at least 6 wheelies before you even leave the neighborhood.

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Nice, I think... :ride:

(Note to self...avoid Tennessee and 28 year old dudes with chickens.) :devil:

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Must be all the poultry that I missed when building mine

Made me hungry. Had wings for dinner.
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if you're into sacrificing things, see if you can find a formula to make the bike lighter ;-) 

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if you're into sacrificing things, see if you can find a formula to make the bike lighter ;-)

Obviously you haven't searched the forum because this has been gone over extensively and there have been several key mods that shed thr most weight.

1. Gas tank delete mod. Since alot of the weight is in fuel and the tank and it sits up so high that if you just delete it then bam less weight and not top heavy

2. Handlebar delete mod. I'm mean what are they even really for?

3. Front wheel delete mod. With 50hp you shouldn't have your front wheel touching the ground ever which makes it useless.

Next time try the search box before you post ;)

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I LOVE THIS THREAD!   :thumbsup:

 

that is crazy that you did all 4 things at once,  i did everything step by step,  still no BBK tho,  awesome,  but yeah...  lets see some pics of all the parts or all you did was an oil change and you cracked the case. 

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I LOVE THIS THREAD! :thumbsup:

that is crazy that you did all 4 things at once, i did everything step by step, still no BBK tho, awesome, but yeah... lets see some pics of all the parts or all you did was an oil change and you cracked the case.

i tore mine apart with only 100 miles on the clock. Figured tear it apart and make it the way I wanted it all at once. Just never figured in the voodoo. Damn..... Edited by jimneutron
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