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Okay, IF I find another, you will be the first to know. I cannot fit any more into my garage or shop.
 

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Sorry i was referring to family pics?
I am anxious to see the final result of this N.
Sure was a gem of a find?
 

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This one belonged to a ZXforum member (sixstring) who got out of street bikes altogether. Bike sat for about 3-4 years. I had told him years ago that if he was selling it to contact me and he did. Still need to go through everything and swap the original N motor back in.
 

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I remember Sixstring......he was all over the site and big into it. Too bad he got out of bikes......but good for you I suppose.
The bike landed on it’s feet in your care?
 

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Yes, it was quite the pick up. Since I knew the entire history, we were able to deal pretty easily. It will be restored to OEM with a few tweaks. I will post up the mods and resto as it happens.
PS: your inbox is full. LOL
 

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Picked up a couple of pieces for my latest N. Just a couple of tweaks to make it unique. Also waiting on a few minor pieces missing from PO.
 

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Gathering up parts to refresh the top end and get engine overbore. Going to replace all the cam guides while I’m at it as well.
Kit cams, adjustable sprockets, kit valve springs, seats and retainers.
Hoping to have it assembled over the winter and have on the road by spring.
 

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Gathering up parts to refresh the top end and get engine overbore. Going to replace all the cam guides while I’m at it as well.
Kit cams, adjustable sprockets, kit valve springs, seats and retainers.
Hoping to have it assembled over the winter and have on the road by spring.
Very nice!
 

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Just did a compression check on P motor currently installed and everything checked out within specs.
185-185-180-185 psi across the motor. Everything disconnected to get motor dropped out. Just waiting on a few things to get proper N motor built and installed back into its proper home.
Just need the damn winter to be over so I can get it going.
 
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