Yes, I've had it for about 10 years now and it was time to clean her up. Took about 8 months and more money than id like to say (just in case the wife's listening). Raider will scratch not chirp 2nd gear with 31's on it.
The Carb is from Re-Carb out of Australia, the snorkel is home-made, lots of trail and error on it, but in the end it turned out pretty good. I got the silicone tubing from siliconeintakes.com The bracket is actually a shelf bracket I had laying around in the garage. lol
I just joined the group and an 87 Raider recently came into my possession. It's not pretty yet (pretty rough would be a better description) but it runs/drives and only cost me $240. I have lots of plans for the future. Hopefully it will turn out as nice as yours.
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