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post #4361 of 4758 (permalink) Old 03-19-2017, 10:53 AM
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Changed the gearing to 15:44 (its a 675) and fit a GP Shift pattern linkage (CNC Racing).

Brembo M40s and new Supercorsa SPs to follow soon.
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post #4362 of 4758 (permalink) Old 03-21-2017, 03:44 PM
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I registered my F4 in Ireland this afternoon... after her previous life in UK.
My idea of Brexit !!
I now believe I own the most Westerly MV Agusta in Europe .
And I reckon Chuck has the most Easterly MVs in the USA..
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Today I finally changed the oil on my 800 dragster rr, it was getting pretty dirty...I bought MOTUL 300V 5-40 $18.00 a quart.. I gave it a test ride and everything seems to be on the plus side of good...Last week I bought a DNA High performance air filter. I was very surprised that it made as much difference as it did, the bike flys! it is very noticeable..I also purchased the cleaning/oil kit. I spent over $130.00 and I would do it again when I buy another bike, well worth the money...I did have to do a little bit of enlarging of the opening in the air box to make it fit, there was no mention of this on the box. looking through the middle you can see that it is larger internally and does look bigger when I lay them side by side..
NEXT: I am in the process of deciding what I should buy for a rear tire, I have close to 6000 miles on the stock tire and about 1000 to go before I get a new one, it is starting to look square..A full exhaust system is in the plans if I keep the bike. I would trade it in if I can get myself into a 1090 rr without having to fork out a bunch of money to do it..
One other thing...I added padded grip sleeves, This made a small difference on calming some of the handle bar vibration, it also spreads some of the pressure on my palms for longer rides..I don't like them as much when I'm cruzing around town, you lose some of the grip sensation..it's a 50/50 vote...I'm keeping then on for now..I will have a throttle lock this week too, I can rest my throttle hand on the long rides...

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post #4364 of 4758 (permalink) Old 03-24-2017, 10:28 AM
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I registered my F4 in Ireland this afternoon... after her previous life in UK.
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post #4365 of 4758 (permalink) Old 03-24-2017, 10:30 AM
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Changed the gearing to 15:44 (its a 675) and fit a GP Shift pattern linkage (CNC Racing).

Brembo M40s and new Supercorsa SPs to follow soon.
Love the gold chain
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post #4366 of 4758 (permalink) Old 03-24-2017, 10:36 AM
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Changed the gearing to 15:44 (its a 675) and fit a GP Shift pattern linkage (CNC Racing).

Brembo M40s and new Supercorsa SPs to follow soon.
Can you tell me what brand the engineslider is? And do you also have a Clutchslider on the right hand side? And where I can get them.
They look good.

Today: Had a good look at my clutch cable. The clutch handle would not move an inch. Coudnt even start the bike After some widdeling and tweaking the clutch cable came lose and all seems to be working fine now.
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post #4367 of 4758 (permalink) Old 03-24-2017, 02:30 PM
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I did about 220 miles round trip to "LAND OF THE MOUSE" ( Orlando for you non US Florida people) kept her on the ground for most of it

Im not saying kill all the stupid people, but lets remove the warning labels and let nature sort it out...
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post #4368 of 4758 (permalink) Old 03-25-2017, 09:22 AM
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I just got my Moto Corse parts from Design Corse. But now I believe the levers don't fit right
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post #4369 of 4758 (permalink) Old 03-27-2017, 02:23 PM
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I just got my Moto Corse parts from Design Corse. But now I believe the levers don't fit right
Did you get it figured out? if they are indeed the wrong levers Al at Design Corse will probably be more than happy to replace them or provide a refund
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Never heard it called land of the mouse, so I learned something new
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