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    Here we go....weird how they won't upload the normal way
    1984 HONDA ATC200M - OG, mid-restoration
    1981 HONDA ATC200 - future build
    1981 HONDA ATC185S - parts
    1984 ATC200X - roller, future build
    1984 Honda ATC250r - in a million pieces- ISO grab bar, PM if you have one

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    how did you upload? I cant
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrConcdid View Post
    how did you upload? I cant
    I'm on a cell phone, since it wouldn't load full res I took a screenshot of the photo and then it would load. Not sure why but it got the job done.
    1984 HONDA ATC200M - OG, mid-restoration
    1981 HONDA ATC200 - future build
    1981 HONDA ATC185S - parts
    1984 ATC200X - roller, future build
    1984 Honda ATC250r - in a million pieces- ISO grab bar, PM if you have one

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    Got my motor cooked and the side covers painted. Still waiting on a couple seals before I can reassemble. Still have some wiring to finish also.

    My cousin sent me down 2 83 200E motors and asked me to build 1 good one. One is complete, the other he tore down. The complete one looks like a goober has already been in it based on the orange rtv peeking out of everywhere, so I decided to try and piece together the basket case original motor he sent me. It ran amazingly, just started leaking oil between the cases somehow so I need to clean em up and inspect. It's not getting the perfect BarnBoy treatment, it's getting only what it needs and going back together. He used a screwdriver to pry the cases apart too though, so I'll need to repair a few spots. Some Yamabond might suffice however. Should be back together quicker than my 200M lol, gonna get him to buy me a laundry list of parts and go to town.

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    1984 HONDA ATC200M - OG, mid-restoration
    1981 HONDA ATC200 - future build
    1981 HONDA ATC185S - parts
    1984 ATC200X - roller, future build
    1984 Honda ATC250r - in a million pieces- ISO grab bar, PM if you have one

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    BarnBoy is offline Just Too Addicted Arm chair racerJust too addicted
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    Well making progress on both projects, got a load of parts coming in for the 200E tonight. Cases are cleaned and stripped, valves lapped and head is going back together. Resurfaced the head and cylinder deck with some 220 grit paper. Have a cast surface plate that came off a mitutoyo height gauge, salvaged from work makes a great flay surface for lapping. Turned out great!

    200M is waiting on final painting of the side covers, hopefully happening tomorrow. Then it'll go back together and in the bike finally!!


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    Also, my grandfather came to visit last week...first time in over 2 years due to covid. He is the original owner, I wish I had it running for him but we got a picture of where it's at now! Next time I hope he can ride it!

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    1984 HONDA ATC200M - OG, mid-restoration
    1981 HONDA ATC200 - future build
    1981 HONDA ATC185S - parts
    1984 ATC200X - roller, future build
    1984 Honda ATC250r - in a million pieces- ISO grab bar, PM if you have one

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    So cool your Grandpa was there......I'm sure he's proud

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    How did your grandpa react when he saw it?

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    Yep, he thought it was pretty neat. Said it looks better than when he bought it from the dealer! Like I said I wish he could have ridden it, but hopefully next time he will be able to.
    1984 HONDA ATC200M - OG, mid-restoration
    1981 HONDA ATC200 - future build
    1981 HONDA ATC185S - parts
    1984 ATC200X - roller, future build
    1984 Honda ATC250r - in a million pieces- ISO grab bar, PM if you have one

    Da velder
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    Good job! Awesome that he enjoyed it!

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    UPDATE:

    Motor is in!!! Need to touch up a few scratches from installation but its finally in there! Looks amazing too, still a long way to go with all the little bits and pieces but I'm taking this win. Also got the trans/crank and cases back together on my cousins 200E. Been a productive day, no dilly dallying anymore Ive got to get this stuff done.

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    1984 HONDA ATC200M - OG, mid-restoration
    1981 HONDA ATC200 - future build
    1981 HONDA ATC185S - parts
    1984 ATC200X - roller, future build
    1984 Honda ATC250r - in a million pieces- ISO grab bar, PM if you have one

    Da velder
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    Well, I wasn't entirely satisfied with the performance of the 200X Supertrapp I fabricated to fit my 200m. Did the test running on my brothers 200M. So I decided to get a nice brand new Supertrapp and be done with it...hopefully. Picked up this 4" Aluminum racing series universal pipe. It's a beautiful piece, however the smallest ID I could find was 1.5" ID inlet with a 1.75" core. This is going to be fed by a 1.125" ID header pipe. Does anybody have experience with different exhausts on a 200 similar to this?? I don't want to have something too large to where it's super noisy and no back pressure. I know it's got the baffles to tune it, will that help with this issue?

    Also it's gonna be pretty close to the tire where I have to mount it. Maybe 1.5" clearance if I'm lucky. This trike isn't gonna be a beater but it's still gonna get ridden...anyone see any issues with this or will the aluminum pipe stay cool enough not to worry about? I think this is gonna be the icing on the cake for this bike. Disc brakes, supertrapp, fresh paint and powder coat....gonna be the nicest hardtail around!


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    1984 HONDA ATC200M - OG, mid-restoration
    1981 HONDA ATC200 - future build
    1981 HONDA ATC185S - parts
    1984 ATC200X - roller, future build
    1984 Honda ATC250r - in a million pieces- ISO grab bar, PM if you have one

    Da velder
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    As long as your engine is jetted right, you keep moving, and you're not riding in first gear under a heavy load for looong periods of time, I think you'll be ok with that exhaust set up. You'll constantly have a different spot on the tire next to the exhaust while you're moving, and the air flowing past the muffler will help to draw the heat away. It's also the part of the exhaust that's farthest away from the head on the engine so it will also be the coolest part of the exhaust. As for the sound, I think that the fewer discs that you are running, the quieter it will be and the more back pressure it will have. There's probably a minimum number of discs that you have to run, but beyond that, it will be up to you how you run it.

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    I have a DG exhaust on my 185s/x hybrid build and I can ride hard all day and I can still grab the muffler barehanded I donít think itíll heat the tire up much at all


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    It'll be fine if you run a 360 heat shield on it. Otherwise, you need to move it back more. With all the metal work you've done so far, moving it back six inches isn't a big deal.



    Size will be fine also. the head pipe will play the biggest role. After that, the Trapp is adjustable enough that it won't make a difference. Too few of discs can certainly cause a problem, but you won't be able to add too many. I wouldn't run any less than five, and that'll probably affect the top end power while boosting off-idle torque and responsiveness. No idea though, you'll just have to try different amount of discs.

    How many did it come with? 12?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZacH_GrifF View Post
    I have a DG exhaust on my 185s/x hybrid build and I can ride hard all day and I can still grab the muffler barehanded I donít think itíll heat the tire up much at all
    With the Supertrapp, the exhaust doesn't exit out the back, that's a dead end. It exits out the sides all around. The heat of the can is irrelevant here.
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