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    New heart for old Zook

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    Std or upgrade?

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    Shit! I didn't realise you were replacing the whole thing! Where did you find another one?

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    Small upgrade to a 1230. Found it at Burpangary. Bought it off Fernando who used to work for Joe Marshall

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    Small upgrade lol some of the tuffest motors I have seen are
    1260-1230 range with the right head and cam package
    Good luck, start chasing real power and see your bank balance lower
    it's self but fuck it's fun lol

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    Fernando couldn't remember much about building it. Efe cams and heavier single valve springs are the only mods he can remember. It cruises real nice, which is all I want it to do, maybe the odd burnout as well.

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    Perfect combo then,

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    I recently got a hold of Joe Marshall, to see if he would dabble with an engine,
    He hummed and harred for a bit, but declined, as he's got too many of his own projects to do.
    Is Fernando still building engines, or has he chucked it away as well??

    Can't wait to see yours finished, should be a good bit of kit!!

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    Fernando was trying to sell all his excess bits. The bike looks like the last pic, haven't changed anything since then. When I bought the motor (probably 6 months ago) he had 2 motors at his place. One was a 1340 stripped to the last nut and bolt, one was a 1500 complete. As for doing any building I don't know.

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    I see a water tank...so I guess the neighbours aren`t real close

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    Close enough to hear 3 bikes doing individual burnouts at 1:30am for about 20 minutes.

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