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post #3931 of 8232 Old 12-05-12, 09:09
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Soon as my steel tube frame is done being built I will make a thread.




As far as low end grunt. My 60t sprocket should give it that grunt.
I test drove both bikes before taking a month to decide.
The differences seemed so minimal.

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Put my crg levers on. They look sweet. Thanks TJ

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Parked it in its new home. It's no 500sq ft personal garage like I used to have, but it's better than the street. Click image for larger version

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Knee down today, good weather, great road.


Summer here, no season where you cannot ride.

I still get those 'oh shit' moments.... The day I don't, is the day I stop riding.

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Soon as my steel tube frame is done being built I will make a thread.




As far as low end grunt. My 60t sprocket should give it that grunt.
I test drove both bikes before taking a month to decide.
The differences seemed so minimal.
I was pondering doing that with mine for a while, ended up just getting a set up f4i instead. When I can get to a decent skill level with stunts I might reconsider the idea of a daytona stunt bike. my only issue is that nobody makes stunt parts and you have to get everything custom made, as you said you are doing.

I look forward to seeing how your's turns out.
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I was pondering doing that with mine for a while, ended up just getting a set up f4i instead. When I can get to a decent skill level with stunts I might reconsider the idea of a daytona stunt bike. my only issue is that nobody makes stunt parts and you have to get everything custom made, as you said you are doing.

I look forward to seeing how your's turns out.
Well Zeus from powerhouse performance, who is makings parts will have them for sale.
Badass industries will be able to make frames.
Jokers something makes brake parts for a handbrake.
Everything will be available soon enough.

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Went out for a 3 hour mountain ride (on Saturday) before the temps dropped and the snow rolled in. It was in the mid F*20s most of the ride, but it was sunny and beautiful. Unfortunately, we got 4"+ of snow on Sunday, so I won't be taking the Daytona out for a few weeks. Thankfully, I have my SF848 parked 4 hours away in New Mexico so I can still get my fix.

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Well this weekend i'll be going down and beginning my tear down of the bike for the winter. Replacing rear wheel bearings, chain, sprocket, brake pads, and brake fluid.

Still gotta change my air filter, spark plugs, and a couple other small things as well before the new season starts!

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Rearset!

Installed some Bohemian Racing rearset (if you don't know they are identical to the Sato Racing). Only thing that didn't fit is 100% my fault. I got them off ebay for the D675 & not the D675R so the shift rod is too long to fit the q/s. Im trying to scavenge up one short enough to fit, but if not Sato has one in stock in Cali... Should be able to have it by Friday if I order today. Other then that they feel, fit, and look great! Once I get it all together with the q/s Ill post some pics.
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Get the dynojet shift rod connector kit.

I still get those 'oh shit' moments.... The day I don't, is the day I stop riding.

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