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post #221 of 242 Old 07-04-2012, 11:05 AM
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If it's making that kinda power, I'm certain you'll love how it sounds - 600s are nice and all, but there's nothing like the sound of a built big bike!
I'm very surprised it made 199whp in that heat. But it's more of a consistent 196. I can't wait to hear it. For some reason I think it's going to sound and idle like it does stock
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Used Amsoil break-in oil and put her through 3 or 4 heat cycles on the dyno (sorry for not grabbing video - sounds even more wicked than it did before!), varying rpms and then took it to the track for a trackday and just kept it under 9,000 rpm.

Took this video on my cell after changing the oil and warming her up a bit just as a teaser - keep in mind I only had my index finger and thumb on the throttle and wasn't getting into it as she wasn't fully warmed up yet, but you get the idea


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post #223 of 242 Old 12-25-2012, 02:27 PM
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Hi Davey,Congratulations on your build brother.I noticed you have your pair plates on and joined to each other and was just wondering what the thinking was there rather than just blocking them off.All the best,Steve.
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Just read it, Awesome build man.
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sounds good man were you ever able to get another video of it?

04 CBR 1000rr 199whp track/street bike
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i have a few videos of my bike, did you see them?

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This is one HOT BIKE!!! Love IT!!!


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Is this bike strictly a track bike? Just wondering?


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Hi Davey,Congratulations on your build brother.I noticed you have your pair plates on and joined to each other and was just wondering what the thinking was there rather than just blocking them off.All the best,Steve.
Thanks Steve - At one point I had the HRC billet plugs installed for each of them, figured it was easier to just join the two rather than buying block off plates. I imagine any of the three methods works about the same. Another thought was buying a stand-alone vacuum pump and running it through there to draw vacuum on the crankcase and see about making a few more ponies but wasn't sure how that would act with Autotune...

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Thanks for the kind words guys - still need to get a few items from last season ironed out so I can get it up on the dyno and find out what's up now that it's all broken in. Pulled my stator cover off Saturday and figured out pretty quickly why I was having charging system problems - ti stator bolt sheared off in the crank and the flywheel was free to do as it pleased. Think I'm just gonna go back with good ole OEM on that one haha.

Nick - bike is looking and sounding good man, talk about a sleeper! Curious to see what you end up doing with springs and such (and hoping I don't have any of the same valvetrain problems) - keep us posted! Sorry if I've been off here for a bit, trying to round up 2013 contingency programs for WMRRA - dinq on getting my own resumes out but chomping at the bit for some good track weather

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