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post #1 of 16 Old 09-01-2012, 01:48 AM Thread Starter
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Turbo 05

Just fired up my turbo for the first time,I haven't ridden it yet but I am pretty happy with myself.It is a Cycle Logic kit,I did the install myself and made the exhaust.It fired straight up,so far so good.
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post #2 of 16 Old 09-01-2012, 08:32 AM
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Pics please
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Sweet! Like he said ^ we need pics. And take it for a ride and tell us how it feels!
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post #4 of 16 Old 09-01-2012, 09:54 AM
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Need pics and video!

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some pictures of the install. The pipe straight off the header had to be bent in two directions to clear a mounting bolt and it seemed the only way I could get the waste gate to open the full 18 mm. Each cut is 10 degrees to give a 20 degree bend,about as much as you can go without squaring the pipe to much.It was good fun but.I ended up with 9mm clearance on the bodywork all the way through to the back with about 2mm on the motor side.
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the bike looks amazing, does it come with a boost controller for the setup. i'm looking strongly into getting a kit for my bike.
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the bike looks amazing, does it come with a boost controller for the setup. i'm looking strongly into getting a kit for my bike.
It is set at 7lb boost. You don't want to go any higher than that without going inside the motor.If you are going to get one through Dave let me know beforehand.
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does it come pre set at 7lbs? or like what you recommend for someone that is looking into getting one
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does it come pre set at 7lbs? or like what you recommend for someone that is looking into getting one
It is preset at 7 lbs by a spring internally ,but you can go what ever you want.At 7lbs were looking at about 230+ ponnies
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