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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-23-2008, 08:47 AM Thread Starter
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Some work in progress

Added some photos of exhaust installation, new yoke, master cylinder, etc....

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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-23-2008, 12:25 PM
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Very nice! The yoke is sick!!

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Please report how well the Clutch slave works.

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[quote=Sybarite;161860]Added some photos of exhaust installation, new yoke, master cylinder, etc....


Hi Sybarite

Very nice workin progress..

Please can you tell me were I can purchase the same rear suspension ride height adjuster, as is fitted on your bike..

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Where did you get the different adjustable rear link from?? Been looking for one so I can lower rear a tad bit.
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The suspension link is from Motoplan,

http://www.motoplan.co.jp/product/mezzo/product.html

Don't bother with trying to get their pipe, though, it's a one-off vaporware item that isn't quite intended for production. Other stuff quite readily available.

I decided to get the Motocorse CC slash tip full system instead. They make these now with the bung for the lamda/312R setup. Only thing is that the 312R doesn't use the mounting point next to the right foorpeg anymore - so there's an extra bracket there.

I decided not to put on the clutch slave yet as I am also waiting for the Brembo RCS clutch master cylinder.....that's probably another month or more....so I've got the half baked yoke/centre reservoir thing going for a while.....the yoke and centre reservoir are from performanceparts.de Wolfgang is very helpful.
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whats does the rear link adjuster do for the bike ?

does it makes any different without it ?

Sorry im not sure what does this item do
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Rear adjuster link raises and lowers the rear ride height. Taller rear = quicker steering at the expense of high speed stability. Unless you have a longer sidestand, raising the rear ride height much isn't really feasible unless you want to have a leaning tower of piza.
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The suspension link is from Motoplan,

http://www.motoplan.co.jp/product/mezzo/product.html

Don't bother with trying to get their pipe, though, it's a one-off vaporware item that isn't quite intended for production. Other stuff quite readily available.

I decided to get the Motocorse CC slash tip full system instead. They make these now with the bung for the lamda/312R setup. Only thing is that the 312R doesn't use the mounting point next to the right foorpeg anymore - so there's an extra bracket there.

I decided not to put on the clutch slave yet as I am also waiting for the Brembo RCS clutch master cylinder.....that's probably another month or more....so I've got the half baked yoke/centre reservoir thing going for a while.....the yoke and centre reservoir are from performanceparts.de Wolfgang is very helpful.
Hi Sybarite

Thanks for the info / advice, and really appreciate the quick response

Cheers

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post #10 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-25-2008, 12:02 PM
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sybarite -- do you know if the ride height adjuster has a broader range of adjustment than stock?
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