Engine-Tech 1107cc

hink320

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I have the first production ET1107 in my carbon Trixstar S hull and I absolutely love this motor. My set up is: ET Billet 1107, PHP lightweight 10mm crank 190 psi, 49 full spec's. PHP intake mani, MSD TL, V-Force 3's. PF pipe, water injected. I've had the pleasure of riding a lot of different big bore, big cc motors and I couldn't be happier with this motor. I was able to ride this motor and another comparable 1105 motor back to back in Daytona and the ET motor is on at least equal playing fields as that motor. With the water injected PFP the ET had more off idle power, but that's what running the PFP wet does.

It has also been a very reliable motor for me. When I had it in Havasu one of my cooling lines came off and I overheated the motor to the point that I noticed a lack of power, saw no water coming out of the pisser so I ripped back into shore. Splashed water on it to cool it down and the water was sizzling and boiling off. I let it cool down, hooked the cooling line back up and it has still ran perfect ever since, didn't lose any compression either.

Art from ET spent over a year on this project getting the port heights and transfer angles exactly where he wanted them and it shows when you hit the throttle.

Hopefully some of the people that rode it in Havasu and Daytona will chime in and give their opinion.
 

mike b

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^^Agreed. Power was great. The ski didn't want to stay in the water and since i don't have the balls for a backflip yet every brap just landed on my back. Id like to ride this if i ever get the skillz because that whole setup wants to flip!
 

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Ski made awesome usable power! IMO it had a pretty mild powerband (as in not light switch power), but a more user friendly curve (not to be confused with weak, because this motor has plenty of power). Look forward to this builder getting more involved in the scene.
 

hink320

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Yes, he is going into full production, I believe 4 of his motors are out there now, one in Dubai I believe. There's a big name shop that has one of his cylinders and I believe they are going to become a dealer for his motors.
 
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Since nobody updated this thread I have to write my experience with Art here.
I was lucky enough to get Art to build me he's first 964cc engine.
I ordered my top end kit a few months ago and finally received it, took a little longer than I expected it but Art is a busy man.
The motor looks amazing just like the work on the cases and the price was undeniable.
My setup will be ET 964 with 48mm SE carbs, ATP totall loss, MSD water injected PFP, ported R&D intake manifold, V-Force 3's. Art was even nice enough to setup two different curves for my ignition, give me the jetting specs and answer all my stupid questions during the build.

Ride report coming end of this week.




Let me tell you guys if you are looking for an engine please give Art a call, especially if you are in Canada.
Cheers
Denny
 
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