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post #121 of 146 Old 11-13-2017, 01:19 AM
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can you guys send me the dimensions of the turn stopers so I can make them here...

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i have another set coming,, if u still need dim, i will post then
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post #122 of 146 Old 11-14-2017, 10:48 PM Thread Starter
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A few pics from last race weekend. New suit and helmet matches the bike pretty well but packed on a few kg over the year that will need to be lost if I want to be quicker next year. In qualifying my top speed was 271km/hr compared to the top Yamaha hitting 291, I did have an issue with my crank position sensor but still thatís too much of a difference.

Because I finished top 3, the bike had to be stripped after the race to check Camshaft lift and they put a camera down each port to check everything was stock.




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post #123 of 146 Old 11-19-2017, 01:54 PM
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Congratulations on your 3rd place finish! Thanks for sharing your build, lots of good information.
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Many congratulations on your podium, your hard work is paying off.

Great thread , thanks for sharing your build process.
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post #125 of 146 Old 11-28-2017, 08:22 PM Thread Starter
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Heads up to anyone running the Sprint P16 airfilter, would be a good idea to check and clean the inside of your air box regularly as the filter seems to let a lot of fine dust past.



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post #126 of 146 Old 11-30-2017, 09:43 PM
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Hey dunno if you're still having issues with the K-Tech but from what you're describing you may want to look into a preload compression piston for your shock. You'll be able to drop the spring rate down and the preloaded piston will help control the movement and give some support. The stiff rear spring could also be causing issues on your braking too. What springs are you running in the front?

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Hey dunno if you're still having issues with the K-Tech but from what you're describing you may want to look into a preload compression piston for your shock. You'll be able to drop the spring rate down and the preloaded piston will help control the movement and give some support. The stiff rear spring could also be causing issues on your braking too. What springs are you running in the front?
I went upto a 110Nmm rear spring last round and it felt alot better but had another small issue with the bike that didn't allow me to fully understand if the rear pumping is completly gone. On Sunday warmup i switched to a 100Nmm spring with more preload just to test but i ended up putting too much preload and the rear was actually harder than with the 110Nmm spring. Will try to get some test days in the next couple months but i'm actually really happy with the bike now.

Up front i run 10.5/11 with 160mm airgap.
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that fine dust does not pass in the MRW...
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Damn and I thought I was doing alot to mine this winter!!

The steering stops are a great idea!!
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I went upto a 110Nmm rear spring last round and it felt alot better but had another small issue with the bike that didn't allow me to fully understand if the rear pumping is completly gone. On Sunday warmup i switched to a 100Nmm spring with more preload just to test but i ended up putting too much preload and the rear was actually harder than with the 110Nmm spring. Will try to get some test days in the next couple months but i'm actually really happy with the bike now.

Up front i run 10.5/11 with 160mm airgap.
Have you tried adding some bypass to the shock? On the standard piston some of our fast guys are running with the bypass 2 to 3 clicks out to control the movement.

Hows you're preload on the front? It's not unusual for us to run 12 to 16 turns of preload with a softer spring. This gives you more braking support and better midcorner feel. With the stiffer topout spring in the K-Tech they want more preload and work 1000% better.

We generally wont go any higher than 190 on the oil level, usually we're floating around the 200ish mark.

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