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Well, the snow is starting to melt, and its been a long winter in the man cave.:banana: Its time to have some fun on this bad boy.:lol:

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So, you going to leave us hanging here?? :banana:

I want the scoop! What's it like? Besides the obvious, What else did you do? How does it work?

Come on, spill the beans, will you?:banana::lol:

Enquiring minds want to know!!!:banana:

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The bike is pretty damn fun to ride.:banana: The 450's with a good rider are a bit faster, but I should be able to compete with the 250's no problem. Right now I have it geared for approx 85-90mph.(15/42) I plan on doing the complete WR tranny swap which should put me close to 95-100 mph.

Mod list:

DNA 17 inch wheels and hubs.

Brembo front brake rotor, caliper, 13mm master, steel braided brake line.

Scotts stabilizer

Pro-Action suspension for my skinny ass.:banana:

RB Head and Carb mod. Runs very good. :banana:

Wiesco Single ring GP piston

Ported Cylinder

FMF SST pipe (works well @ altitude, good over-rev)

FMF Titanium silencer

AFE aries Air filter (K&N style)

New front fender

Future mods

WR gearbox! For Pikes Peak :lol:

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Have you tried running the bike without the intake spacer? I think it'll give a good boost on those long straights. I would say try it since its free to see whether you like it or not.

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Very nice, guys!:banana::lol:

I've started collecting parts to join you. Looks like fun!:banana:

Now I just need some time.....

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