Lloydz builds an Elephant

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    So Lloydz pushes the envelope again. This time with a 122ci freedom engine. It's been posted on facebook, but nothing on his site. Conquest customs has the engine and will be building the bike to match the beast. As for the name "elephant" that is what Conquest Customs is calling it.
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    So who will be the first to supercharge this motor?
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    Any idea what the numbers are on this?
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    I saw that facebook post as well.. based of a 92 engine.
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    So that's just shy of 2L. Wonder how the output will be compared to a Kawasaki V2K?
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    no numbers yet
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    After I wear this motor out, I think a 122" motor would be a logical next step...
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    2 liters = 122.047 Cubic Inches.



    I promise you it will make a whole lot more HP than aV-2K.



    Here's another 122... in a 9 second bike.


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    It is NOT going to be a production engine so don't go taking out a loan for one just yet, just a one time special for a special project... [​IMG]
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    If people want it, they will build it.
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    If you have the cash anything can be done! I am sure this will be one hell of a bike. I like the name elephant asford has big Foot Victory has the elephant.
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    Especially since it's not thefirst 122 or the only 122.
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    At Spirit Lake last summer Lloydz & Conquest Customs shared a tent, a motor painted the same way was on one of their table displays.
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    That could take a long time!!
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    It'll give Lloydie some time to get that big motor all figured out. My 110 only has about 22K miles on it, so you're right... it'll be a while.

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