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post #51 of 74 Old 01-28-2019, 09:20 AM Thread Starter
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Seriously nice build guys and I'm so happy to see The RD moniker live on not only here as a sponsor but in the sport we all love.
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The arrow exhaust with individual 02 bungs did it come that way or did you guys have those added?
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I take it the squish was fine that you did not need to mill the head at all and got by with using a thinner hg? How did you know which size hg to use before checking the squish?
Did you do anything to the combustion chamber before rebuilding it? Where did you relocate the tip over sensor (or VDS for some) since you changed the airbox up front and you are using a kit harnes?

I could tell from the pictures of parts on the table that this is/was going to be a serious build, and I was not wrong in that assumption. That said I still enjoy the fact there are plenty of pictures and descriptions to go along with them too. Out of all the parts on the bike/table the one I really want would be the under-slung rear caliper bracket/setup, first time I have seen a Beringer caliper used for it though.
We made a bracket for the TOS in the new tail. The old subframe had a mount for it.

We determined squish by measuring it manually, that's how we came to our final gasket size.

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I cut down the stock mount and made a little bracket out of aluminum. Hope this helps.
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I velcro'ed mine to the battery. Velcro is lighter than aluminum. I'm also running the carbon tail unit, but mounted my Shorai "laying down".
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Two completely different companies - we are SBU.
My SINCERE apologies. Im not sure HOW IN THE WORLD I missed that one except for maybe the cold medicine Im taking? Glad to have you guys as site sponsors. Looks like you guys have everything Santa could ever have on my list of sport bike goodies.
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That's an amazing build you have going there and the offer to shake her down still stands.
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I love the dash. I wish Kawi would update the stock unit and join the ranks of Aprilia and Yamaha.

What fuel are you using and how much tuning was needed? Did you go with the Kawi kit ECU and harness?
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I love the dash. I wish Kawi would update the stock unit and join the ranks of Aprilia and Yamaha.

What fuel are you using and how much tuning was needed? Did you go with the Kawi kit ECU and harness?
We've been flashing the kit ECU with FTECU and using the stock ECU. The mapping is quite different from standard for either, we used MR12 or U4.4 most of the time.

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Did you see much difference between U4.4 and MR12. I know MR12 is suppose to make more Hp, but also more corrosive and needs to be drained from the tank at end of each day, where as U4.4 can just add some pump gas and let it be.
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Did you see much difference between U4.4 and MR12. I know MR12 is suppose to make more Hp, but also more corrosive and needs to be drained from the tank at end of each day, where as U4.4 can just add some pump gas and let it be.
Yes, MR12 is definitely worth a few horsepower over u4.4, typically 4-5 on a liter bike when tuned properly.

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