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Approximately 296 reasons to celebrate a birthday. And a week early, too! :mrgreen:

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Sat Jun 20, 2015 5:20 pm
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Happy early Birthday RR.

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Sat Jun 20, 2015 5:24 pm
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Happy birthday! :bigthumb:

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And why does it still have a mudflap and oem muffler??? Warp you cheapskate!!!!

Congrats RR!!!!!

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Sat Jun 20, 2015 9:49 pm
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Very cool ... Great Birthday gift ..Thinking of getting one myself ... :)


Sat Jun 20, 2015 9:51 pm
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Very cool ... Great Birthday gift ..Thinking of getting one myself ... :)


These little Kaws have come a long way since her first bike, the 250 I taught her on. Beautiful fit and finish!

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color me gone wrote:
And why does it still have a mudflap and oem muffler??? Warp you cheapskate!!!!

Congrats RR!!!!!

cmg


Both will be gone soon... ;)

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Parts order from Brock's arrived. Someone is happy...

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More pics to follow. Beautiful exhaust.

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Will that unnaturally aspirated monster be making an appearance in Maine in Sept?
By the way, Congrats RR.

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Will that unnaturally aspirated monster be making an appearance in Maine in Sept?
By the way, Congrats RR.


I doubt it. Just not enough time to get the bike set up properly. We did take the 300, though...and it went 117 mph. Not bad for about 40 hp!

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http://www.brocksperformance.com/brockn ... &zoneid=10

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http://www.brocksperformance.com/brocknm/templates/bpp1.aspx?articleid=740&zoneid=10

:bigthumb:

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Sat Aug 22, 2015 10:27 am
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Next up, lowering the bike...

Lowering the machine will reduce the frontal area. If I were going for mpg, I'd also consider the same. Here are the parts we have, to lower the bike:

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Now, you can make a lot of changes to chassis geometry with that setup. The Woodcraft clip-ons allow you to slide the forks up, which can also quicken steering. The Sato preload adjusters give you better control over the front suspension. And the Brock's lowering links are fully threaded, so you can make fine adjustments to raise or lower rear ride height. Of course, for people with a short inseam, this is a good setup.

We will lower it for the track, but raise it back up for street use. It takes less than an hour to raise the front and rear, with a setup such as this. With most of that time being the forks. You can adjust the lowering links with them mounted.

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Been thinking about a goal, and I'd like to see 120 true mph out of this little beast!

:wootrock:

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Shane661 wrote:
Been thinking about a goal, and I'd like to see 120 true mph out of this little beast!

:wootrock:
Cool weather you're there.

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Wheelie wrote:
Shane661 wrote:
Been thinking about a goal, and I'd like to see 120 true mph out of this little beast!

:wootrock:
Cool weather you're there.

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Maybe? If it's that easy, I'm upping the goal. :lol:

Amazing what 40-something hp can do...

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Shane661 wrote:
Wheelie wrote:
Shane661 wrote:
Been thinking about a goal, and I'd like to see 120 true mph out of this little beast!

:wootrock:
Cool weather you're there.

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Maybe? If it's that easy, I'm upping the goal. :lol:

Amazing what 40-something hp can do...

You only need a little over 2 mph to reach the goal..

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In LSR, one mph is huge. Think of it in terms of gaining "just .10" at the dragstrip....

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