Thanks! I think I took some advice/parts from your set up too... it may or may not have been Medic's... I hit my head too much to remember everything, hehe.
Yea, with the non-pavement LSR stuff you have a lot more time, but shift points are still kind of a 'feel' thing for me based on traction... I try to run out the tach as far as I can in each gear before it really starts to spin badly.... the shift points aren't all that consistent for me yet.
Since I'm triggering the solenoid with the MS3Pro, I could easily have it 'auto-shift' at designated RPM breakpoints by gear. If this little bit of arm lets me hook it up in first gear I may just do that. I used to have a half-ass set-up like that with the old PC3... I'd just set the QS window minimum at my shift point and just preload the lever with my toe all the time. Not so great on the shift forks looking back on it now, but it was dead consistent and so easy to ride, especially out on road courses!
As far as the bottle goes, I'll play with it and report back. I'm going to use CO2, but I think the big trick is keeping liquid/slosh out of the regulator and solenoid. My bottle mounting should be straight up-and-down, so hopefully that will work. On the LSR Harleys we use the pingle set-up on 125ish PSI... and it works dead perfect... you just have to fill it up after every run. :) They use a bigger cylinder though, so I'm going to up my pressure a bit at first and see where it goes.
Attack life... it's going to kill you anyway.
Last edited by SpazOnaZX; 01-03-2018 at 09:36 AM.