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Old 07-05-2013, 09:09 AM   #1
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WOW - asd59878 has the 300 sitting right!

Got the 'ol girl standing tall on the right tires!









He's going to swap the rear diff to an IRS converted 250 big red rear, and get a pair of custom Cobra axles made for the rear. - Glad to see the bike coming together as I had always planned.








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Ahhh yes looks good ...ive followed it since u went through ur troubles tryin to beef stock axles lol i like cobra, my buddy has a set on his lifted big bear, so maybe ur friend will have good turnout with this bike!








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Looks good! How do you make a straight axle diff into a irs diff tho?
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Looks good. Wish my 300 had some more lift, and IRS.








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man that thing is sweet,








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I haven't had a chance to talk with Jamie, but I would assume it's right around 19-20" of ground clearance, as it had 17 on the little "27" vamps.


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Looks good! How do you make a straight axle diff into a irs diff tho?

It can be done to some SRA rear diffs & requires custom machining/welding/etc. - James, aka "xtremerancher" will be handling the conversion.








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Did you have a 54% in that? Wanting to ditch the 28" MudZillas and throw a set of 29.5's on my 300 but it only has an 18% GR, not sure if it will be able to spin them or not. I don't know of anyone with similar motor work either.








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That is not even a 300 motor to begin with. - That's the old 350 foreman 4-valve motor, with a Wiseco HC piston, Webb cam, fully ported head, & what equates to around a 35% gear reduction.

The 54% for the 300 motor is 69% in the 350D, but that much reduction is not needed for that motor to sling 30's.




In the mud we ride I had trouble turning the 27 vamps with the 18% in the original 300 motor. 29.5's definitely need more reduction. - That said, Justin Graves has a 30ish % reduction in testing now that will make for a "happy medium" between the 18 & 54, thus not giving up entirely on riding outside of mud holes.








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It actually is a 300 bottom end, just the crank and top end is off a 350 with 90mm wiseco piston = 433cc.

30% would be ideal for me, I may try puting 29.5's on it just to see what it does. Its probably going to get the bottle too, for good measure.

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300 with a bottle never thought that would be in same sentence together lol...my 300 just likes to be rode, dont think I have ever pinned it lol now the brute is a different ball game


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I've seen a few built "300"s with a bottle. Instant torque at the touch of a button, lol.


That new 30% should really be ideal for a lot of people.








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I'd be interested in the 30% for the 300 I'm building for my kids








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How does one go about putting a bottle on a Honda 300, It would be interesting to see such a small motor with NOS.
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Same as any other wet-system. Fogger nozzle in the intake boot, a small fuel pump & regulator to feed the fuel side and that pretty much sums it up.

It comes down to % of power & the strength of the engine components. A 15hp shot would be a super small kit, yet you're talking basically doubling the HP that the rod/crank/etc were designed for. - Even with that little of a shot a big % of the spray would be going straight through out the exhaust.








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A buddy of mine runs NOS on his 300 that he races. Fastest 300 I've ever seen. It's ridiculous. Don't know any details about it. But I think he said he took the gears out of a 300 ex whatever GR that is. And of course a but load of motor work.
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