intercooler testing done

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Re: intercooler testing done

Post by danham » Mon Oct 28, 2019 2:51 pm

Champ87 wrote:
Mon Oct 28, 2019 2:42 pm
danham wrote:
Sun Oct 27, 2019 7:50 pm
Love Kevin's writing, especially when he reminisces about the old days and the H1s at Arlington (MA) Motorsports. A friend bought a 750 triple from them and had them put on a beefy Barnet clutch and some pipes and riding that bike left me with indelible fear and soiled undies.
If you rode one of those triples now you'd probably wonder what the fuss was about. I have an H1E that I'm rebuilding (slowly). When it's done the only fear will come from the terrible handling, weedy brake(s) and appalling gas mileage. One thing in it's favor - it will remind me how far things have progressed.
I'm sure you are correct, but back in the '70s I was riding a 1974 Honda CB750 K4 with full Vetter fairing, so the H1 felt like an open-rail dragster.

I recall experimenting with cracking the throttle abruptly in top gear at about 90 mph and suddenly seeing the sky as the front wheel lofted.

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