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  • Superior BBK

    How many mph could u get out of a sbbk wit and slippery hp piston. And wouldn't be harder to seize than a regular piston.
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    Chrome Frame,Fork,Cover,Fancover,
    brakes, deck(veryshiny), Rims (no chrome),Avenger deck,pullhandle, Starter

    Performance
    .800 blk magic, SBBK w/nickel piston, ada1 pipe, K&N filter, juice box, RAce Tuned, G230RC or 60, Lightening, Porting, Balancing done by Chixx Performance

  • #2
    Big bores dont add Top end...they are specifially made for HUGE gains in low end
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    -G230RC, BBK, Meyer 1mm Stroker, ADA S1, TGN chrome fancover/scoop, tgn chrome shroud, tgn flame filter, HP Carb(Wa 167), .800 long drive, ADA Chrome 3rd bearing, ET Stem, ADA 16" Bars, Chrome Slidetube, Steel FTG, Lexan Deck, GetAPed Red Tank skin, Competitor rims

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    • #3
      yea but im sure that bcuz of the bigger bore that there has 2 b a lil more top end
      Super X-Ped w/ ADA s2 pipe, bord carb, ported TSBBKHK, 2mm stroker, ADA juice box, ADA air filter, ADA third bearing support w/ .585 long drive spindle, Fury Rims, ET Tribal Deck, and ADA Racing handle bars w/ powder coated lime green paintjob.

      Sport w/ G230RC, .675 spindle, ADA 3rd bearing, shorty air filter, ADA headkit, pacsales ORC pipe.

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      • #4
        If you had a 4 port motor to begin with, adding a bigger bore will not increase your top rpm. In some cases, it will be slightly lower but the gains in acceleration are far greater allowing you to run a bigger spindle if desired. Yes, the slippery piston will be slightly harder to seize to some extent.
        Ada All the way.

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        • #5
          Come on get me some more posts.
          Apperance
          Chrome Frame,Fork,Cover,Fancover,
          brakes, deck(veryshiny), Rims (no chrome),Avenger deck,pullhandle, Starter

          Performance
          .800 blk magic, SBBK w/nickel piston, ada1 pipe, K&N filter, juice box, RAce Tuned, G230RC or 60, Lightening, Porting, Balancing done by Chixx Performance

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          • #6
            It will let you run a bigger spindle, which will let you have more topend without giving up much bottom end at all.
            Modded out Super x ped, G2d xped,
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            • #7
              Big Bores Go Faster

              There is no doubt that a Big Bore will go faster when you up size the drive. The additional torque allows you to pull a larger drive. Preliminary tests have shown nearly a 20 percent power increase at higher RPM. We will have more accurate results soon, as we are doing a series of dyno tests on the Superior Engines. Keep an eye for the results.

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              • #8
                Can't wait.

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