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Old 11-30-12, 12:00   #1
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Anybody know of shops in Noth America preferably Canada who will do Engine work on the 675, in partictular head work setting up and degreeing cam sprockets etc? thanks Colin.
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Old 11-30-12, 12:07   #2
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Old 11-30-12, 13:36   #3
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Wayne at power-Tripp in Alabama did my work and I'm very pleased!


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Try calling Sturgess Cycle in Hamilton - Kenny Riedmann family shop in Hamilton Ont. and see if they can give you the name of his engine builder. I can't recall the name but heard from a couple of guys at our local tracks that he is a genius.
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Just curious, how much would this kind of work cost?
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Also Latus Motors in Oregon. Honestly as much as I like Hord and Power Tripp I would go to Latus first because they have really built a heck of a race bike that has been extremely reliable (except for the rider) in AMA racing and clearly is in the top tier for power in the class.
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Gidday Colyn, the man you need is scott miller at fast company r&d

phone: 519 648 3832 email : fast.co@sympatico.ca

based in breslau ,on

he did kenny riedmanns engines on his 675, the thing was a weapon! and as far as i know very reliable

also worked for jordan szoke, steve crevier and many more

as for how much....how far do you want to go..

havent had work done by him but reputation in paddock and industry very good.

hope this helps cheers, todd.

oh for cyl head work check out patrick at j precision in quebec, amazing guy and beautiful work, world class.
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Gidday Colyn, the man you need is scott miller at fast company r&d

phone: 519 648 3832 email : fast.co@sympatico.ca

based in breslau ,on

he did kenny riedmanns engines on his 675, the thing was a weapon! and as far as i know very reliable

also worked for jordan szoke, steve crevier and many more

as for how much....how far do you want to go..

havent had work done by him but reputation in paddock and industry very good.

hope this helps cheers, todd.

oh for cyl head work check out patrick at j precision in quebec, amazing guy and beautiful work, world class.

After I spoke in detail with Kenny and his dad in great detail, I'd recommend them over RSR. I'll leave it at that.

Gotta give props to the folks up North, always seem the be the nicest, most friendly folks when it comes to business. If only the US dollar was stronger :-(
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Yeah we are nice and the dollar is good for us for a change !

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Wayne at power-Tripp in Alabama did my work and I'm very pleased!


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Had a pretty bad experience with Power-Tripp, and would not recommend them. Read review here:

http://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...t=5842&page=16
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