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Author:  Icecruncher [ Sat Sep 30, 2017 5:31 pm ]
Post subject:  YAMAHA ZUMA bugeye50, bws

Hey there, I thought I would share how my build is going so here is my 2004 Zuma/BWS.

Starting off with a picture of all the parts I am using.

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Author:  Icecruncher [ Sat Sep 30, 2017 5:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: IceCruncher's 2004 Zuma/BWS MK2 Race build.

Separated the engine from the frame.

https://pasteboard.co/GMPWTBb.jpg

Breaking down the engine.

https://pasteboard.co/GMPXfBL.jpg

https://pasteboard.co/GMPXEsu.jpg

https://pasteboard.co/GMPXVYI.jpg

Split the case.

https://pasteboard.co/GMPYcLU.jpg

Took out cam https://pasteboard.co/GMPYUKC.jpg


Had a very hard time taking out the oil seals and fly wheel.

Author:  Icecruncher [ Sat Sep 30, 2017 5:47 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: IceCruncher's 2004 Zuma/BWS MK2 Race build.

New 20,000rpm rated bearings placed in.

https://pasteboard.co/GMQ0KW1.jpg

Author:  Pig [ Sun Oct 01, 2017 12:05 am ]
Post subject:  Re: IceCruncher's 2004 Zuma/BWS MK2 Race build.

Should run pretty good. What pipe are going to be running? An overrange and 14/42 gears would would be the icing on the cake.

Author:  Icecruncher [ Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:33 am ]
Post subject:  Re: IceCruncher's 2004 Zuma/BWS MK2 Race build.

Pig wrote:
Should run pretty good. What pipe are going to be running? An overrange and 14/42 gears would would be the icing on the cake.


I was thinking about going with the Technigas Next-R based off of online review. I am completely open to any suggestions you guys might have for a lower budget street legal exhaust.

I did not buy a variator because I wanted to save up for a complete malossi overrange 2005 variator as I see that is what most people get. Here is a link: http://scootertuning.ca/en/variators/70 ... -2005.html

I finally had an eureka moment late last night about what I wanted to do with this can of white spray rubber paint I have. I am going to paint a nice number plate and six on the side blue plastic, a rounded rectangle around the horn vent with half inch spacing and then a line down the sides and possibly some pin striping above the head lights as a kind of emblem. I am going to take the plastics in the shower with me today to clean them. Lol so expect to see some finished pictures of the engine painted blue and the bike all back together with new paint.

Author:  Icecruncher [ Sun Oct 01, 2017 3:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: IceCruncher's 2004 Zuma/BWS MK2 Race build.

Cylinder and piston are on.

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