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Date Posted：03/19/2013 6:07 PMCopy HTML
add your C&J HONDA here..with the modifications that have been done.
Date Posted：03/20/2013 7:45 PMCopy HTML
Add photos and list bike information (you can copy and paste the list and then fill in the details)
Other Engine mods:
Date Posted：03/21/2013 6:40 PMCopy HTML
Compression Ratio: 10:1
Cam: megacycle nrb 40
Carb: 34mm vm mikuni with k&n filter
Other Engine mods: HD valve springs with ti tops,ported,bigger dia header and supertrapp,flywheel lightened,tach drive gear removed (hole welded in oil tube)
Suspension : ohlins rear,elsinore 250 forks and yokes
Wheels: elsinore 250 front , xl cush drive rear
Wheelbase/Caster angle: 54inch ..i think
Weight: 230lbs.. i think
Tank/Seat: elsinore 125 tank, yamaha yz 125 seat
Misc.: bought the frame in texas,and gathered the rest from various sources
Date Posted：03/23/2013 12:21 AMCopy HTML
Good Start Davy. With your parts list and using the Honda wheels and the big SuperTrapp muffler I would guess that you are closer to 240lbs. with oil but without any gas. You can get damned close to the right weight with a simple bathroom scale if you weigh one wheel at a time and add them together. It makes it a little more accurate if you roll the non-scale wheel onto a 2x4 board or such to make the bike more level. I weighed a brand new build C&J XL350/403 similar to yours back in the day on a Dealer showroom floor at 249lbs. without gas and with the lighter CR250 non-cush rear wheel.
Date Posted：04/01/2013 5:02 PMCopy HTML
wieghed c&j today ..246.4 lbs..
Date Posted：09/02/2013 9:17 AMCopy HTML
More details when I get 2 minutes but heres my XL350 engined 450 (bored and stroked) 36mm carb. Original frame
Next a 412cc bike similar to above. Replica frame.
Not C&J but Redline 350cc (original)
Date Posted：09/02/2013 7:59 PMCopy HTML
nice...when are you going to race them !
Date Posted：09/02/2013 10:21 PMCopy HTML
Just finished work now, I will race them when I manage to get 48 hours in every week day and 72 at the weekend!!!