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post #41 of 45 Old 11-08-12, 14:59 Thread Starter
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Try sending him an email, there is the option there I believe.
Hmm I havnt tried that.. I shall when I get on my laptop. I'm using the motorcycle app for forums. Limited to stuff I can do.
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Nothing wrong with what your trying doing, its just a sensitive topic on this forum thanks to all the ass clowns who do extended swing arms for fun, so dont take it personally. If you want some real info, your best bet would be to contact Super675 (send him a private message) and get his feedback and experience. He is one of the few extended swing arm approved members on the forum and he drags his bike as well. Good luck, btw we aren't D-bags, we just care to much about what these bikes were intended for.
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A machine shop wants to charge 500+ for the blocks that's material and labor. Crazy expensive. any opinions on another route to take?
Yeah, I've got an idea: Swap your Ohlins suspension with someone on this forum who will use it for what it was designed for, take the extra cash and buy your blocks. Everybody wins, especially the suspension bits which get a good home rather than being subjected to drag racing and stunting. Hell, I'll trade you my standard Street Triple stuff, it's about all you'll need for the type of riding you do...

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Re: 675r extension, yes for dragstrip.

Man you guys sure know how to derail a thread.

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