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Old 10-18-2012, 01:12 PM   #4
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I was even specing out a KTM swingarm to put into the Suzuki, and could easily have made it work, but decided to just stop at the engine. But this winter I will put new forks on it and a different shock, just to improve the suspenders.

And just so you know, this build cost me $2000. It would have cost more then that to just rebuild the old gutless TS engine.

The thing that I am lucky with is that the TS has a dual piston front brake. If it was a single, I would have been a little leary about my stopping power with this new power plant, cause those corners come up alot faster now then they did before

And don't worry, I am right there with you
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