Want to Build your own Aluminum Framed KX500? Benny Lindberg shows you how.

If your like me, when you see these works of art, these machines built from parts you wonder, just how the hell did they do that!

The following pdf file will show you how Benny Lindberg built his own Aluminum framed wonder. Please keep in mind that English is not Benny’s first language, so some sentences may need a little thinking about, but he writes very well and goes into detail on what is required to build one yourself.

KX500AF-07

With a little ingenuity, planning and patience, these instructions could be used and applied to other applications. If you have done or will in the future build your own updated two stroke racer, please share photos and your story with the rest of us. Thanks!

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KX500AF-07 Build

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2 thoughts on “Want to Build your own Aluminum Framed KX500? Benny Lindberg shows you how.

  1. I just sent Benny an e-mail congratulating him on a very impressive job and also to let him know how jealous I am…LOL! It is amazing what a person can accomplish when they put their mind to it. I was actually toying around with a similar idea using the motor out of my IT465. Hmmmm….could be fun!

  2. I downloaded and printed this off in the summer in hopes of finding a blown up 250F or 450F so I could get a rolling chassis out of the deal but haven’t found one around here as of yet. Still looking though. Its a great write up and he even has some CAD files for a CNC machine to build the reed spacer I believe.

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