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post #8881 of 8883 Old 03-21-17, 23:50
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Attack Performance or Andy Palmer? Not that either is a bad choice.
It's going to attack. I've spoken to jozef amd were going to sit down and talk about my options with the build. I wanted to see if I could do a 13+ swap, but TJ recommended to stick with the more robust 2nd gen. I have a pair of kit cams that I might as well use and just stick with this engine that i have. I did just meet Andy the other week at chuck. Cool dude and those fz07r bikes are pretty cool. I had a duke 690 and would look at the kramer hkr evo2's though if I was looking into the SV class. I wanted to sell the bike in order to go down to some kind of lightweight bike, but there isn't much interest in my bike. Doesn't hurt that I blew the motor since then trying to sell it originally.
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Wherent you trying to sale this?


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post #8882 of 8883 Old Yesterday, 20:15
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Finally finished the project I started a week ago. Full UK race support exhaust, SAI block off, rapidbike evo, and watsen design signals. Was delayed waiting for an o2 sensor (because mine broke as soon as i put any pressure trying to get it off), small hands for the CPS plug with the rapid bike, and a connector to wire up the resistor for the SAI servo.

Started her up no CEL and the exhaust sounds awesome. Now to call the tuner and see when he can fit me in.

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post #8883 of 8883 Old Yesterday, 23:21
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Got about half way through deleting the EVAP can. Also installed Captive Wheel spacers, and OMG, how did I live without them? Can now put on a wheel in 2 minutes!
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