Tuesday, October 7, 2008

2007 world champion 1st place of custom bike building

Hulster 8 valve is the result of 8 months hard overtime work.
The bottomend of the engine is knucklehead and the entire topend is homemade.
The cylinders are cast in bronze and the heads in aluminum.
The cylinderheads are of the semiradial type where no less than three
exhaust rockers are needed to operate the valves that points 45 degrees
away from eachother, the intake valves are inline.
Engine and transmission mount are incorporated in the oiltank that
goes all the way under the the engine.
The front end has adjustable spring tension and rebound springs.
Moldings and paintjob by Ray Hill.

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