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J-Hawk
12-07-2007, 08:44 AM
I have an RK tek 734 kit out of my hawk that needs some work. Right now it needs at least one cylinder bored, new piston, and a new head minimum. In that condition I would take $650 for the kit. Repaired I would sell the kit for $1200. I also have the bottom end and would sell the entire motor with the kit repaired for $2000 OBO, or the bottom end for $850. Call me and lets talk and see if we can work something out! I am also looking for a rolling chassis to possibly put the motor in. Call me, I am flexible. If you need parts for a 734 kit, let me know, I might have what you need.

801-920-1888

Jared

877snowhawk
02-05-2008, 09:59 PM
did you sell this? repair? i been thinking of getting this kit for my 600
i been in contact with them, they said it was a good kit, why did you blow yours? your fault or the kit? how much better did the hawk perform low/mid/top range
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thanks mike
they also claim to have drop in pstons and head that gives 20hp on the 800ho's any info on that?

Hawkdoggen
02-07-2008, 08:04 PM
Im on my third season on my 734 . Tore it down last year and checked it not a sign of wear , comp steady at 152 lbs , its been bullet proof its a lot quiker on the rev and when you get to heavy deep snow it leaves the 600s aways behind and down on the hill and it seems that im getting as good if not better milege than 3 or 4 600s i ride with . So far ive been out 22 times this year an weve been gettin hammered with awsome snow !

snowhawkaddict
02-08-2008, 04:02 AM
Hawkdoggen's machine pulled harder then either ours or Cailen's 800 at last years Hawk Fest, after clutching will find out if that's still true if he and Andrew come this year.

J-Hawk
02-08-2008, 07:41 PM
The 734 is up and running great. The burn down was due to detonation from bad gas/ water. As far as parts go, I still have a 600 motor for parts, everything but the cylinders and pistons is good.