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Author Topic: INDIAN 741 Supercharged...See you in 2011  (Read 204245 times)
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« Reply #195 on: October 07, 2009, 05:57:13 PM »

checked w/ bub reg. trailer 2x during the meet.

sorry  you didn't make it.

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bub '07 - 140.293 a/pg   120" crate street mill      
max 10/07 - a/pf   d license
bub '08 - 153.697 a/pf   pump gas
bub '09 - 156.377 aps/pf  ran out of gear
lta  '10 - 158.208  2 much gear 2x
bub '10 - 158.100  sweetooth gear
lta  7/11 -163.389  7/17/11; 3 run avg.-162.450
                probably it for that mill, as is.
ohio - (1) 185.076 w/#684                                 
          (2) 182.xxx w/20+ mph winds
lta  9/12  -148mph  in 3rd gear w/new #262 ( couldn't
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ohio - (4)  -153.x~in 4th.(+4 @the rear & leaving 1k+
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« Reply #196 on: October 08, 2009, 12:12:46 AM »

Its nice to read that you are doing OK and working on your bike.  There were some new Indian riders at the BUB meet and they were having a good time.  The tribe was well represented.  Hope to see you next year.   
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« Reply #197 on: December 14, 2009, 09:51:10 AM »

hey lars-sad to hear you never made the meeting-but kind of glad you were able to erase some problems in the workshop instead of having trouble on the salt-

your thread is still a source of major inspiration-keep at 'em.

for my birthday this year we went to the international indian rally in scotland,we took a couple of harleys and i had my 47 chief- cheers

as always ,on the international rallies,we met some great folk,and especially the fins,who had ridden their aged iron over 2700 miles!!-you vikings are crazy!- evil

we met some great people and had some great times at bonneville too-

best wishes for the new year-p.j.
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« Reply #198 on: January 25, 2010, 06:37:42 PM »

Lars can you give the list an update on the bike. Have you had it running yet?
Best Regards
Joe
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« Reply #199 on: January 25, 2010, 07:07:58 PM »

Lars,
  So great  to hear your words on a screen instead of thru a haze  in the sweat lodge.
   I moved the streamliner to Minnesota so the contigent up there can work in a  secret CNC machine shop to make the liner tech ready, while I keep the engine and redo the cam profile to prepare for trials this summer  up there.
  My thoughts have been answered.
   Rocky
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« Reply #200 on: February 20, 2010, 12:24:12 PM »

Apologies for my resent absence !


checked w/ bub reg. trailer 2x during the meet.

sorry  you didn't make it.

franey
Thanks Franey !

Its nice to read that you are doing OK and working on your bike.  There were some new Indian riders at the BUB meet and they were having a good time.  The tribe was well represented.  Hope to see you next year.  
Likewise ! Thanks!
Glad to know the tribe was well represented.

hey lars-sad to hear you never made the meeting-but kind of glad you were able to erase some problems in the workshop instead of having trouble on the salt-

your thread is still a source of major inspiration-keep at 'em.

for my birthday this year we went to the international indian rally in scotland,we took a couple of harleys and i had my 47 chief- cheers

as always ,on the international rallies,we met some great folk,and especially the fins,who had ridden their aged iron over 2700 miles!!-you vikings are crazy!- evil

we met some great people and had some great times at bonneville too-

best wishes for the new year-p.j.
Thanks ! ..and best wishes to you !

Lars can you give the list an update on the bike. Have you had it running yet?
Best Regards
Joe
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Sadly; no...sort of...and yes....not really
I had it all ready, fuel, ignition (what more do one need?!)....it did say PHOURRFFF and then the oil poured out
of those f&%¤g silly oil-line joints , so I've just re-worked every part of them.

Before that, because of the new blower being slightly different,  I had to rework/modify
both parts of the intake "plenum", the blower-body, the blower mount, the blower to carb manifold
and the belt cover.

Getting ready to get it fired in a short while ( goodness; I've said that before...several times..urgh)

Lars,
  So great  to hear your words on a screen instead of thru a haze  in the sweat lodge.
   I moved the streamliner to Minnesota so the contigent up there can work in a  secret CNC machine shop to make the liner tech ready, while I keep the engine and redo the cam profile to prepare for trials this summer  up there.
  My thoughts have been answered.
   Rocky
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Thanks, my man.
Good to know the liner is making progress.








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« Reply #201 on: February 20, 2010, 01:49:01 PM »

Lars, its great to see that you are back to working on your bike.  It looks good.
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« Reply #202 on: February 20, 2010, 01:56:59 PM »

Good to have you back Lars!  Try not to stay gone so long this time!

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« Reply #203 on: February 20, 2010, 02:39:56 PM »

Lars, you and your scooter just reinforce International bonding.

Good job !

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« Reply #204 on: February 20, 2010, 05:28:26 PM »

Is this the newest blower and repaired oil pump? Or still the first version?
I think Wobbly Walrus is going to attend the Indian Uprising BUB 2010 this year.
  Rocky
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« Reply #205 on: February 21, 2010, 12:22:11 PM »

The walrus imagines midnight drumming at the bend in the road...a circle of scantily clad guys from Scandanavia, New Zealand, and everywhere else...dancing around a big smoky fire...fueled by a burning triumph.  The insurrection.  I will hide my bike.

In seriousness, maybe you'all can talk Delvene and Co. into putting the Indian stories into the BUB meet program.  They have a different theme each year and the insurrection would be a good one.
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« Reply #206 on: February 21, 2010, 11:11:44 PM »

It’s all progress, good to see!  As my build partner says “…we haven’t built it unless we build it twice.”

Here’s some bike porn to ease the nerves cheesy
An Indian riding photographer friend travels to the salt with us each year. He got a web site up and running a few months ago. Some great tribal pics in these galleries…
http://frankkletschkus.moonfruit.com/#/speed/4533837790

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« Reply #207 on: February 22, 2010, 07:00:55 PM »

Hi Lars,
I just read your build thread from the start. It's soooo typical of most builds of racing bikes and cars. Everything looks and feels just right, but when you fire it up and run it down the road for the first time, all those nasty demons show themselves.

As always, I am impressed by your craftsmanship and sense of style.

I really hope you can make it to Bonneville this year.

Keep smiling, --EP
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« Reply #208 on: March 03, 2010, 05:19:05 PM »

Thank you for the up-date Lars... she's looking good mate! Please keep us informed when you start testing.
All the best.....
Joe
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« Reply #209 on: March 14, 2010, 08:02:18 AM »

Lars, its great to see that you are back to working on your bike.  It looks good.
Thank you WW !

Good to have you back Lars!  Try not to stay gone so long this time!

Lynda
Lynda !...promise !

Lars, you and your scooter just reinforce International bonding.

Good job !

FREUD
Thanks freud !

Is this the newest blower and repaired oil pump? Or still the first version?
I think Wobbly Walrus is going to attend the Indian Uprising BUB 2010 this year.
  Rocky
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This is the new blower and repaired oil-pump.
Would be delighted to meet WW!

The walrus imagines midnight drumming at the bend in the road...a circle of scantily clad guys from Scandanavia, New Zealand, and everywhere else...dancing around a big smoky fire...fueled by a burning triumph.  The insurrection.  I will hide my bike.
LOL

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In seriousness, maybe you'all can talk Delvene and Co. into putting the Indian stories into the BUB meet program.  They have a different theme each year and the insurrection would be a good one.
You listening Rocky !?

It’s all progress, good to see!  As my build partner says “…we haven’t built it unless we build it twice.”
..or tree times, or......

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Here’s some bike porn to ease the nerves cheesy ;An
 Indian riding photographer friend travels to the salt with us each year. He got a web site up and running a few months ago. Some great tribal pics in these galleries…
http://frankkletschkus.moonfruit.com/#/speed/4533837790
Great stuff. Thanks!

Hi Lars,
I just read your build thread from the start. It'ssooooo typical of most builds of racing bikes and cars. Everything looks and feels just right, but when you fire it up and run it down the road for the first time, all those nasty demons show themselves.

As always, I am impressed by your craftsmanship and sense of style.

I really hope you can make it to Bonneville this year.

Keep smiling, --EP
Will do!
..and thanks a lot for your kind words Piloto !

Thank you for the up-date Lars... she's looking good mate! Please keep us informed when you start testing.
All the best.....
Joe
Melbourne, Australia
Thanks !
Yep; you'll be the first to know.


No big update yet.
Have been too busy working, which is bad as I don't have time for this stuff,
and good 'cause I'll make some money so I can do this stuff
.-)
I'm off from work starting Tuesday, so hopefully the beast will be ready
for start-up shortly.

Have spend a few nights trying to learn a new skill;
TIG alu-welding: CLICK
as Kenneth, who put in a LOT of work actually doing the alu-welding
has left the project.....so guess I'll just have to learn it myself, won't I !?


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