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Thread: The making of an ice racer #3 riVerRaT

  1. #46
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    Even tho i live in south mississippi where there is hardly ever any ice, i been following your build. Just want to tell you... Great job man. Let me know how you like that 310 esr kit with power valve i just ordered a 330 esr with power valve. Every one tells me that is to much motor but hey i weigh 300lbs and i love power. Like i said great job so far. I love the seat. I would love to have one made to say 330r on it so if you dont mind sending me the contact info of who made it thanks alot and keep the pictures comming. LONG LIVE 3 WHEELS
    1985 Honda Big Red 250es (All original even the METAL tank)
    1985 Honda Big Red 250es (Very Clean My wife bike)
    1985 Honda Big Red 250es Project bike (FOR SALE)
    1980 Honda ATC 110 W/NEW mudlites(My 6yo sons muding machine)
    1982 Honda ATC 110 (Mine when i was a kid)
    1984 Honda ATC 110 (MINT all original and very CLEAN)
    1985 Honda ATC 250R (NON-runner but complete)
    1986 Honda ATC 250R (Current Project ESR 330 or 310 solid white call her CASPER)

  2. #47
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    didnt find a caliper, just remembered that the machine i picked up didnt have the front wheel setup. otherwise id have it sent out today for ya.
    "The best way to tell if it's a Honda is to open it up."

  3. #48
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    Thanks for looking. I got a line on one and should have it by the weekend.

    The seat is by mrs.mosh here on the boards. Cosmicquads.com

  4. #49
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    Got my needle bearing today in the mail, wet sanded the short track tank a bit, kind of finished the seat, and picked up ss braided brake lines from a circle track race shop today. Oh and also found a front brake caliper, ordered a rebuild kit for both front and back just in case, Kevlar/carbon brake pads. Also ordered the shroud decals and some neat showa stickers for the forks. No pics tonight

  5. #50
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    Anthony I'll be shipping your parts out tomorrow afternoon.
    The R is look sweet!
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  6. #51
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    Dec 2002
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    Great work on the build Anthony. I'll have to stop by and check it out one night. How about a "NO Ice Fest" down at the beach one Saturday?

    John
    1985 Eddie Sanders ATC330r
    1986 Monstecate
    1984 ATC70 (awaiting 125cc transplant)
    1984 ATC125M
    1986 GSXR 750 - Keepin' it old school!
    1999 Arctic Cat 500 4x4 plow machine
    1999 Arctic Cat Thundercat 1000 (lake lizard)
    1996 Arctic Cat Jag 440 L/C (ditch banger)

  7. #52
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    Definitely John, we can do a bon-fire and ride some minis around the beach and woods there.

    Well I had to install a boiler the last two days so I worked long hours and was beat, not to mention company came over. But I snuck out there today and finished polishing the short track tank, and got it mounted. Now I can start working on the radiator mounts. Also is a picture of the SS brake lines I got.

    Sunday night is supposed to get to 5 degrees, maybe we will get some ice. There is still some ice on the south end.
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  8. #53
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    Looking good! Are those #3 or #4 AN lines? They look kinda thick.
    1985 Eddie Sanders ATC330r
    1986 Monstecate
    1984 ATC70 (awaiting 125cc transplant)
    1984 ATC125M
    1986 GSXR 750 - Keepin' it old school!
    1999 Arctic Cat 500 4x4 plow machine
    1999 Arctic Cat Thundercat 1000 (lake lizard)
    1996 Arctic Cat Jag 440 L/C (ditch banger)

  9. #54
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    Not sure, they were the smaller ones, I think the picture makes them look big, they look like yours.

  10. #55
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    OK then they're #3's. No difference either way, just that the #3 is easier to work with and less expensive.
    1985 Eddie Sanders ATC330r
    1986 Monstecate
    1984 ATC70 (awaiting 125cc transplant)
    1984 ATC125M
    1986 GSXR 750 - Keepin' it old school!
    1999 Arctic Cat 500 4x4 plow machine
    1999 Arctic Cat Thundercat 1000 (lake lizard)
    1996 Arctic Cat Jag 440 L/C (ditch banger)

  11. #56
    fire1 is offline At The Back Of The Pack Arm chair racerAt the back of the pack
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    Great looking build

  12. #57
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    where did you get the foot pegs they look like billet alum.
    1985 Honda Big Red 250es (All original even the METAL tank)
    1985 Honda Big Red 250es (Very Clean My wife bike)
    1985 Honda Big Red 250es Project bike (FOR SALE)
    1980 Honda ATC 110 W/NEW mudlites(My 6yo sons muding machine)
    1982 Honda ATC 110 (Mine when i was a kid)
    1984 Honda ATC 110 (MINT all original and very CLEAN)
    1985 Honda ATC 250R (NON-runner but complete)
    1986 Honda ATC 250R (Current Project ESR 330 or 310 solid white call her CASPER)

  13. #58
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    lookinsweet river!! kinda a good thing there is no ice!! you'd be pullin out the hair trying to get it out there!! atleast this way there is no big rush!! lol! I'm sure youd rather have the ice though!! I'm trying to get John to have me down for a day if and when the ice does come!!

  14. #59
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    You don't have to try hard, we just need some ice.
    1985 Eddie Sanders ATC330r
    1986 Monstecate
    1984 ATC70 (awaiting 125cc transplant)
    1984 ATC125M
    1986 GSXR 750 - Keepin' it old school!
    1999 Arctic Cat 500 4x4 plow machine
    1999 Arctic Cat Thundercat 1000 (lake lizard)
    1996 Arctic Cat Jag 440 L/C (ditch banger)

  15. #60
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    Yea, we go from here at my house.

    The foot pegs are billet, bought them off someone here a few weeks ago, not sure the brand.

    Had company over past few days, work got cut off, but I managed to go out there today and do a few things. Mounting the DC plastics shrouds and moving the rads back was a little harder than I thought it would be, and I guess I had a case of builders block, but I got one side almost done, the other side should go smooth. I blasted the front hub, and center cases, and I did some top secret motor work a hint about the motor size, I did not send out my cases to a machine shop.
    Got my rear caliper rebuild kit in the mail, and carbon kevlar brake pads. Also got a front caliper from cearserthethird, and a brake pedal that is powder coated silver vein which happens to match the lonestar swinger perfectly
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