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kcm.MN

04-07-2021 22:35:24




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tractor re-powered using Suzuki motorcycle engine
Puzzles:
https://jigex.com/gMWG

https://jigex.com/qSSr






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Richard G.

04-08-2021 05:24:13




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to kcm.MN, 04-07-2021 22:35:24  
At least a tree limb falling won't hurt it much.



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stevob671

04-08-2021 04:53:07




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to kcm.MN, 04-07-2021 22:35:24  
Wonder how it's geared down as cycle engines can run 8000, or more! That'd make it move in road gear!



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old-9

04-08-2021 06:10:15




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to stevob671, 04-08-2021 04:53:07  
Here is how one Ford works.



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Pete in MD

04-08-2021 07:02:13




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to old-9, 04-08-2021 06:10:15  
Very interesting web site old-9. Thanks for posting. I got lost there for about a 1/2 hour.



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old-9

04-08-2021 14:20:47




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to Pete in MD, 04-08-2021 07:02:13  
Only 1/2 hour? joe



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Fawteen

04-08-2021 05:27:15




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to stevob671, 04-08-2021 04:53:07  
Can't see that iddy-biddy clutch on the motor being much good either. Maybe it's direct drive to the original clutch.



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Janicholson

04-08-2021 08:03:32




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to Fawteen, 04-08-2021 05:27:15  
I rode my brothers Valkyrie for a Summer. There would be no clutch issue, it is stout multi disk wet. At 100+ horse power, liquid cooled, and of a nasty temper, it would be a wild ride. Jim



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gtractorfan

04-08-2021 04:45:29




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to kcm.MN, 04-07-2021 22:35:24  
My first thought is, how would there be enough air movement to keep the engine cool? Or is it a water cooled engine as some cycle engines are?



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Fawteen

04-08-2021 05:28:18




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to gtractorfan, 04-08-2021 04:45:29  
Nope, that one's air cooled. I can certainly see that being a problem.

Nice toy, but not very practical for a tractor unless there are features I'm not aware of.



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Janicholson

04-08-2021 17:57:27




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to Fawteen, 04-08-2021 05:28:18  
Liquid cooled (look at the images for a radiator ant pipes). No fins, and I drove one for a summer. Jim



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showcrop

04-08-2021 03:52:19




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to kcm.MN, 04-07-2021 22:35:24  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

It is most likely in that cylindrical housing directly behind the motor.



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Fawteen

04-08-2021 02:37:05




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 Re: 2021.04.08 in reply to kcm.MN, 04-07-2021 22:35:24  
I'd love to see the details of that conversion.

Somewhere, somehow, the drive train had to make a 90 turn, for one thing. Suzuki probably made a shaft drive bike of some sort, but that'd come off the side of the engine and I don't see it offset to one side or the other.



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