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post #51 of 56 Old 03-28-2016, 12:25 PM
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Watching your BW lap, Justin makes me really really REALLY want an auto-blipper. What a great way to not upset the bike on downshifts. Yes, it can make one lazy but still... Are you sure they're not available for Gen4? :) Let me guess, yes but it would be cheaper to buy a Gen5? :)

Great riding and chatting with you at Laguna. I hope you come back more often, we have a lot of great days and AFM is also super fun!
You can get an auto blipper system like one from pro-shift, I looked into it and there would need to be some custom fab work done to mount the servos that blip the throttle bodies, then probably lots of fiddling and tuning to make it work correctly, would be easier to just get a gen5 with kit ecu, you'll end up w a more refined experience and also remain superstock legal.
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post #52 of 56 Old 05-10-2016, 12:01 AM Thread Starter
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Well the build is nearly done. Rotors are on their way this week. Bazzaz needs to be added. And forks are currently being worked.

Had some pics done before our first race round in may

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Nice bike. Can i ask why your changing the rotors if you said the brakes were awsome anyway? Plus what pads you running?
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Nice bike. Can i ask why your changing the rotors if you said the brakes were awsome anyway? Plus what pads you running?
I need additional sets of rotors for the additional sets of wheels I run. The rotors are actually less expensive from brembo, vs the OEM brembo bits
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I see you're using the oem adjustable offsets. In the catalogue there's a bunch of tools that are associated with them, do you actually need them to install/adjusted the offsets? Which ones are you using? Tried the swimgarm adjusters?
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post #56 of 56 Old 09-05-2016, 11:17 AM
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very nice build!
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