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Thread: Removing a Broken Bolt in Motorcycle Cylinder Head

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cipher View Post
    His library of vids is a bit poorly catalogued.
    What was the source of the head and cases and tranny? A KZ1300?
    Going by what he's done with previous stretches, to use off-the-shelf parts would be too easy.
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    Cipher, yes, you need to search for videos

    No, he has a video showing how he made the head and one on the barrels. He takes 2 four cylinders, cuts them up and creates a 6
    1978 GS 1000 (since new)
    1979 GS 1000 (The Fridge, superbike replica project)
    1978 GS 1000 (parts)
    1981 GS 850 (anyone want a project?)
    1981 GPZ 550 (backroad screamer)
    1970 450 Mk IIID (THUMP!)
    2007 DRz 400S
    1999 ATK 490ES
    1994 DR 350SES

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