B1 Limited Chamber in 701 X2

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True Frankenstein title there^^^^^^

Anyway, has anybody tried fitting the B1 Limited chamber with the 701 in the X2? I'm wondering if its going to be too long to mate up with the X2 waterbox considering the 701 sits further to the front in the X2 hull.

I know the Kawasaki 750, the end of the chamber is right at the waterbox inlet with very little room to spare.
 
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Yeah i think Shawn or X2 rags couldn't do it on their conversions. I have never doen a conversion or mocked up a B1 limited chamber so I have no input here. Why not use a B1 mod like you were already doing?
 
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True Frankenstein title there^^^^^^

Anyway, has anybody tried fitting the B1 Limited chamber with the 701 in the X2? I'm wondering if its going to be too long to mate up with the X2 waterbox considering the 701 sits further to the front in the X2 hull.

I know the Kawasaki 750, the end of the chamber is right at the waterbox inlet with very little room to spare.

Get some high temp flex tube and make it work... If it leaks... use duct tape!!!:booty:
 
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Yeah I can. The 701 is wider. The chamber will not clear the side of the hull and the manifold to get close enough back to the head pipe. You would either have to bash the chamber in, or use a 4 inch long coupler, haha.
Just not going to fit. I'm sure SOMEONE might make it work with mods, but why waste the time when the SJ mod fits ever so nicely..
I fought the blaster limited for many hours, eventually I gave it up. Works great with a 750.
 

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I dont know how much difference there is as i have never held a blaster pipe in my hands... but i put a factory pipe 750 limited in my X2. It fits using a westcoast 650 manifold bored out with a larger coupler to connect the chamber to the headpipe. There is a link to my build in my sig.

The current exhaust routing sucks so we're talking about how to improve the routing after the pipe. Low piority as I need some pistons.
 

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I dont know how much difference there is as i have never held a blaster pipe in my hands... but i put a factory pipe 750 limited in my X2. It fits using a westcoast 650 manifold bored out with a larger coupler to connect the chamber to the headpipe. There is a link to my build in my sig.

The current exhaust routing sucks so we're talking about how to improve the routing after the pipe. Low piority as I need some pistons.

That's a B1 Mod chamber and it fits (no cleranacing required) and performs awesome with the Kawasaki 750 and SJ tank. This is what I was running all last year. The other ski I'm working on already has a B1 Limited chamber and was hoping to use that.

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Yeah I was able to fit the blaster mod, and a TNT no problem, no go on the blaster limited. The SJ mod just fits too good to fight anything else.
 
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Yeah I was able to fit the blaster mod, and a TNT no problem, no go on the blaster limited. The SJ mod just fits too good to fight anything else.

Thread Revival!

ADDict can you let me know what you had to do to get a complete SJ MOD system into an X2 hull with a 701? Do you just need to melt the X2 tank? Im planning on using the RHAAS conversion kit from the rad dudes website.

Thanks
 
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I honestly don't remember man, many moons ago.
Best a recall you just melt the tank to clear the chamber.

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Ok much appreciate the response - i recognize you from the HPE thread, I'm planning a 809 in an X2!
That will be a riot buddy. Can't go wrong with those engines for the price. I'm sure I'll have another someday.

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Yeah I was able to fit the blaster mod, and a TNT no problem, no go on the blaster limited. The SJ mod just fits too good to fight anything else.
Old post but I would like to see pics of the SJ pipe in an X2. I currently have the 650 chamber made for X2. If the SJ pipe fits I would like to try it.
 

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Old post but I would like to see pics of the SJ pipe in an X2. I currently have the 650 chamber made for X2. If the SJ pipe fits I would like to try it.
SJ B-pipe chamber fits just fine in the X2 hull. I used a 750 motor with a 650 westcoast manifold, 750 head pipe and a longer than normal coupling. I did not have problems with the coupling getting heat damage but I kept the pipe pretty wet. It stays pretty wet anyway with a X2 waterbox. You have to heat up and push in the corner of the gas tank to clearance the pipe.

The best my X2 ever worked was with a SJ chamber and a SJ waterbox with the exhaust going out the right rear. I was using a 550 gas tank in a frankenski (but none of my mods changed pipe clearances)
 
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Oh I’m getting H____
Uh so a 701 swap shouldn’t make a difference either. I’ve got a SJ chamber. I can’t wait to shoe horn that chamber into my X2. A little heat gun on tank to clearance pipe? I’m in. Thanks.
 

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Oh I’m getting H____
Uh so a 701 swap shouldn’t make a difference either. I’ve got a SJ chamber. I can’t wait to shoe horn that chamber into my X2. A little heat gun on tank to clearance pipe? I’m in. Thanks.
No shoe horn. Heat the tank and push it in with a 2x4 or something. Glue on some turf just Incase it relaxes back out.

Wash out the tank with some water or something.... obviously don’t heat it with fuel vapor inside... be sure not to cause cracks or possible leaks. Etc etc be safe. Heat at your own risk.
 
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