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a.flegra 11-18-2011 12:18 PM

Up grading the cooling system with Febur and Oil radiator
I am mounted on my LKM F4 860cc one Febur radiator with Brutale Oil radiator :f4:

Donsy 11-18-2011 12:35 PM

Hi Mate
That is a lot of cooling you got going there. I would have lost the bottom of that radiator and just fitted the oil cooler in it's place. The GSX-R oil cooler would work great :naughty:.
If you call your bike a 850, is that a piss hot 750 ? But I see 1078 on the tank and everywhere else ? Dunlop N-Teck tyres ?
But the ECU looks 750 ?

CAG 11-18-2011 03:15 PM

Very cool. Old style ecu, old style header clamps, new forks and calipers.

I think we need more information.

shoe07 11-19-2011 12:09 PM

looks pretty cool sir!:freezing:

a.flegra 11-19-2011 03:50 PM

It is build by

750cc modified with new crankshaft which make 860cc
and runs with FRR Bodis Racing System

154 :mouthwate Horespower. with 180kg :f4:

But i am a liitle stupid because everything is finish and is runs very good!

and now i missed more Power and my new Projekt is 1078rr cc:drummer:

a.flegra 11-19-2011 03:57 PM

I thing this is the best waterpump:mouthwate

It is from the new MV Agusta 2011 and the impeller is more bigger
than all what you know.This waterpump must working with one water radiator an with 186 horsepower!

a.flegra 11-19-2011 04:05 PM

Hi Donsy,
the tyre are Dunlop Sportmax from R6 Cup and is same
super clue

RickF4 11-20-2011 07:31 PM


Did you use a 910 crank?

How do you get more 3mm of stroke? A new cylinder gasket?

Great project! :yo:


hb88xx 11-21-2011 07:48 AM

I think 860 is the typical big bore 76mm for a 750 (73,8 mm x 43,8 mm), no stroke change by crankshaft.
the 910 (76.0 mm x 50.1 mm) crank has more than 6 mm more stroke

RickF4 11-21-2011 09:15 AM

On post 5 a.flegra says new crankshaft... If you imagine the piston in the center of the travel, you need to gain 3mm on the top and 3mm on the bottom of the stoke so my question.

cant see why it cant be done. It increases the linear speed of the piston, but for a road engine, should be fine.

If a.flegra could say more things on how the engine was made that would be great.:yo:

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