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dinorider
28-03-2005, 04:23 PM
looking for oversize slugs for my gs1100 prefer as a kit,any help appreciated .wiseco 1155 $795.00 for top end kit quoted last week.also after cams help!

28-03-2005, 07:22 PM
[^]$200 per pot is good value in my clouded head dino,but i do have cams & standard 1052cc pistons with 18,000 ks on em.Thats GSX-R,4 valve,76mm bore??[xx(]too late for me to get techno[|)]

28-03-2005, 09:28 PM
quote:Originally posted by dinorider

looking for oversize slugs for my gs1100 prefer as a kit,any help appreciated .wiseco 1155 $795.00 for top end kit quoted last week.also after cams help!
795 is a bit harsh,did you ring ferrari? its all good 2 buy an O/S kit but they dont exactly bolt in.Add another $500 at least to get it sleeved/flowed/jetted,but wack the new cams in 1st coz a simple lumpy grind(750) may be all the bitch needs. but dont listen 2 me bro.im just a freak.;)

dinorider
29-03-2005, 10:21 AM
she is a bit tired bore wise so i was thinking the wiseco 1132 or 1155 kit but at $795.00 isn`t that a bit steep when i can buy pistons rings and gaskets for my 307 chev for virtually the same price.pardon the obvious quote but that is 4cyl vs 8cyl.I want to do both cams and pistons, I will port it myself.she`s a two valve head so unsure about the 18000km pistons and would rather new thanx anyway mad.I guess just keep looking for a better price.

Its only paint
08-04-2005, 10:53 PM
rebuilt my GSX1100ef 6yr's ago with wiseco for similar money wait till u try to get good cam's i only took mine to 1199 goes like stink but won't steer!!!

Gix11
09-04-2005, 08:53 AM
Yea. Back in the early 90's my mate did the same to his old GS1000. The thing went like stink in a straight line and sounded great through the old Harris can but get to a corner and you were screwed. It wasn't meant to go that hard and the frame turned to jelly. He ended up selling it.......

dinorider
11-04-2005, 09:41 AM
yeah know what you mean about the handling thing or lack of.Actually just want to freshen it up as its not a real good bike for going all out.Unless you like straight line jollies,then you should probably stick to tin tops.got a vibration I think its in the shaft, getting worse too.I suppose all those burnouts have caught up with it.Can anyone suggest where to get this fixed.and what should my vacuum guages read at idle,and 2000rpm.Thanx.[V][?]

newf fighter
28-05-2005, 12:05 AM
The vibes should be easily taken care of with a set of new u joints on the driveshaft. I wouldn't recommend porting it on your own but blueprinting the ports is easy to do.

Zed14
28-05-2005, 09:15 AM
dino if it is the unis in the drive dont get original. go to a drivetrain shop that does tailshafts. i got my shaft on the z1300 rebuilt for 30.00. kawasaki wanted 695.00 for the new shaft.

dinorider
28-05-2005, 11:50 AM
sounds the go mate i will take her down to hardie spicer.didn`t even think about that mate thanks heaps:D