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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-03-2016, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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Looking to change things up.

Evening,

New to the forum and now have the luxury of being an MV owner after 10+ years of ogling and dreaming. I've acquired the Dragster 800RR 2015. I've been saving up over the winter to get some things done on the bike.

My inquiries / concerns:
-HP Corse makes a 3 in 1 collector. Does it make sense to get one?
-I'm looking at the HP Hydro Tre exhaust to go with it.
-Bazzaz unit and auto tuner is also going to be going with
-I have a guy with a dyno that does the CSBK as a tech, and was also referred by the Canadian MV rep to do maintenance and tuning. So he'll fix me up after he's installed everything.
-I've been looking at sprocket changes to bring down top speed and bring up acceleration (dunno if I've got that right). What ratios would you recommend on teeth? -1 / +1 or 0 / +2 or even more?
-Going to get an SF P08 air filter to complement the whole thing (poly, not cotton).


So remarks, concerns and guidance is appreciated!

Thanks,

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post #2 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-05-2016, 08:39 AM Thread Starter
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So things I've purchase last night (btw you guys are awfully quite).

-SF P08 CM135S air filter from Evolution bikes.
-3-1 HP Corse collector from DB-Killers on Ebay (they had a sale)
-Talon Sprockets (15/44) from Design Corse
-Bazzaz unit from the garage the tech I know works at

What I'm missing: Exhaust...I've changed my mind on the Hydro-tre exhaust. Now I'm think either a Bodis Triobolico as the money saving option or the Anonimoto Forza Tre as the high end. I've showed friends and everyone says the Triobolic is nicer. I'm kinda torn, seen as those welds, twists and pipe split of the tre-forza are so alluring.

Any input on which you prefer would be appreciated.
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post #3 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-12-2016, 03:55 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone have any ideas as to where you can put the bazzaz unit on a dragster 800rr? Literally, the only place is on the outside under the seat?




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post #4 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-12-2016, 03:58 PM Thread Starter
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Ohh and here's the bodis + 3-1 collector with the pain job.





I talked to evolutionbike.it about the fittment of the 3-1 not being perfect, and creating that metal gap after painting. I think they don't understand english or just refuse to acknowledge that there's a problem with their pipes... Wouldn't mind input there either.
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Did you paint the pipes yourself or did Evolutionbike do it for you ?
I think you took a chance painting (?) the pipes without perfectly marking them while they're on the bike if you did it yourself. They almost never go back exactly in the same position because of the amount of movement allowed for by the brackets and springs.

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Did you paint the pipes yourself or did Evolutionbike do it for you ?
I think you took a chance painting (?) the pipes without perfectly marking them while they're on the bike if you did it yourself. They almost never go back exactly in the same position because of the amount of movement allowed for by the brackets and springs.
Could I get that hardware store ceramic coating and try to touche it up or leave as it?

Edit: Ohh and I brought it to a powdercoat guy with ovens.

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So my previous account got deleted, and the admins don't know why exactly yet. So Here's the new account without the capital R in the name.
Hi Rog
I'm thinking you might have accidently done something yourself, or started a second profile some another reason, currently you are using both which is against Forum rules mate.
Please decide which you'd like to keep and I'll delete the other, you're not the only person as I have seven new members with 2 or more accounts at the moment.
Let me know when you're ready, we can keep your post's and pictures intact.

Ps. As for the exhaust pipes, you can't blame someone else if you did the paint work, the pipes fit fine as I said before, there's a lot of variations on how they can be installed and you need to allow for that before painting or powder coating.

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Ohh nice, my old account works again!!

Delete the new rognin account please!
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Looking very nice man..... hows the sound with the bodis (loud on a scale of 1-10)? Also can you get a pic from the back of the bike?
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