View Full Version : Tri-Z 600 Conversion Part 3

tri dee
01-24-2008, 05:30 PM
i'm off work nextweek so i will have her running within days :D fuel, electrics & controls. after getting ripped off on Ebay it dawned on me that the Z vac pump would not work on this motor anyway, there would be a constant draw from the inlet & no pulse for the pump so i'm back to using the CBR 6 electric jobbie. All the electrics work & are ready for tidying, the forward foot controls work well in situ, i'll add picks of them & extended cables 2moro.
I only need to fit the coil when it arrives.. header pipes, fuel & oil then we're away. I'm going to literally have to kick the crap out of it to get going, been a while since i kicked over a big 6.


01-24-2008, 06:25 PM
Can't wait to see the final product.
Is the blue tank a oil reservoir? If so, can you explain me how it's work. I never understood how it work.

200x newby
01-24-2008, 06:28 PM
looks nice but if you dont mind instead of starting a new thread everythime one thing is done can you just post in the original thread you started for this beast?



01-24-2008, 07:21 PM
how did you make the front end to rake out so much?

tri dee
01-25-2008, 01:51 AM
Alex, point taken but personally i don't like trawling through tons of pages, i''ll add more pics to this, then do a final Part 4.

250RFreak, have a look a parts 1 & 2 where you can see how i built the frame up.

Yamada, most 4 stroke engines store the oil in the sump & simply draw it up into the rest of the engine & back down. This engine is known as a 'dry sump', the Noz bottle stores the oil & it is drawn around the engine & back into bottle, when the engine is not running the oil remains in the bottle.

Bryan Raffa
01-25-2008, 08:35 AM
Tri dee.. lookin good man.. lot's of wires huh.. Im lookin for a tt 600 clutch cover.. keep your eye out for me .... there $290 new:mad:

tri dee
01-26-2008, 03:26 PM
Bryan, do you want new or a good used? Most of the wiring is to get her road legal, lights horn relays etc. She backfired after 3 kicks & started after 6, i'm well chuffed :Bounce

Bryan Raffa
05-04-2008, 09:53 AM
tri dee new or used....I just dont want too spend $300! Used would be great! its for a 84 TT with cable decompression
Mine takes about 4 kicks with the choke on..so it sounds about right on the kicks...LMAO..I have decomp on mine.. does that? mine has a cable off the kickstart

hows this comeing its been a wile, and Im excited to see the finnished product