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Old 04-06-2008, 11:19 PM   #12
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Location: Marin County, California
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Originally Posted by tvrla
I was wondering how the velocity stack was assembled. Thinking about it, it seems like everything would have been assembled but for the brace, which was then threaded through the hole in the stack and bolted on.

It appears that when they built #36 they decided to customize the intake ports and angled the carbs out rather than in towards the tranny.
I doubt it's a hole. I'd bet it's a slot cut into the inboard side of the stack.

I thought those bikes had the motor mounts raised in front to provide more cornering clearance, but the mounts appear to be pretty standard.

When I've dealt with the guys at MT, they strike me as enthusiasts just like us, only with the coolest job they could ever imagine.

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