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    1973 Kawasaki 350 triple

    I just picked up a 350 triple yesterday for a possible future project. I've always wanted a Kawasaki triple but this is the first one to pop up in my area for sale that I've seen. Not really restorable but should make for a good engine swap into something else once I rebuild the engine..... lol

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    Those are a good sounding engine. That will make for a fun project someday
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    3 cylinders...3 wheeler? Coincidence? I think not.

    What a mean sucker that would be.
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    Yea 3 cyl are super smooth compared to single, dual, or quad cylinders. Don't know anything about that bike, but my dad has a perkins diesel in a backhoe that's 3 cylinder and dang does that thing purr.

    Good luck with whatever you end up doing with the bike/engine. A 3 cyl 3 wheeler would be pretty neat, but the engine might be a bit heavy for normal trail riding I'd think? I have a blaster frame with a TX500 engine (500cc twin) that specs out at 49hp stock, should be a fun machine. Any idea what the HP is of that 350?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ps2fixer View Post
    Yea 3 cyl are super smooth compared to single, dual, or quad cylinders. Don't know anything about that bike, but my dad has a perkins diesel in a backhoe that's 3 cylinder and dang does that thing purr.

    Good luck with whatever you end up doing with the bike/engine. A 3 cyl 3 wheeler would be pretty neat, but the engine might be a bit heavy for normal trail riding I'd think? I have a blaster frame with a TX500 engine (500cc twin) that specs out at 49hp stock, should be a fun machine. Any idea what the HP is of that 350?
    I think its somewhere in the 40's on hp. As far as plans I was thinking more of a drag trike. That's about the most practical thing I could do with it lol

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    1983 ATC110
    1984 ATC110
    1984 ATC125M
    1985 ATC110 2 of them
    1985 ATC110 The wife's
    1987 ATC125M
    1985 ATC250ES
    1984 DX225 with 250 timberwolf engine and swingarm. Wolf in DX clothing

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    Wing, ding, ding ding!
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    40's should be pretty fun, drag bike makes sense. I'm sure it wouldn't be all that bad to ride on trails, just takes a little skill to overcome the extra weight =).

    Sounds like a fun machine, gl on the build.

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