looks nice man!! are you not having to modify the top tubes at all??
Thx, the way it looks as of so far no. I havent put the air box on yet. But I want to keep all the fairings stock. Not cutting. The 06 700 frame has a decent curve at the top so that will help out with the engine height.looks nice man!! are you not having to modify the top tubes at all??
If you extend the front too, you'll get better weight distribution, that's why I am going to +6 mine (3"in the engine bay and another 3"in between the a-arm mounts) just a thoughtEnded u having to get a 10" swinger. Won't be able to launch as hard but ill have to make do
Gotboost : yeah me and BIGRIG have been talking about it alot, but the gearing I ha e been back and forth on and it seems that the 14/55 is the best setup.
With 25" tires that is what gearing i ran. Works good.
Yeah when I was ordering my parts I priced out a set of rippers 25". How many paddles were u running? And were they 25-12-10?
I ran 25-12-9 14 paddle rippers and 25-12-10 12 paddle rippers.Yeah when I was ordering my parts I priced out a set of rippers 25". How many paddles were u running? And were they 25-12-10?
With a 10 over arm I would try 14 paddle rippers and hold on tight.
Look up Peter D motorsports. They make sprint car stuff. Alot of their little sprint cars are motorcycle engine based. I bought a filter setup from them that was alot better then the cones. Because the cones the two center ones get smashed and have no access to cold air. They also have them in different heights so the one I got was only about 1.5" tall.Richard: yep. Ur right. Basically I've figured the easiest way is gonna be to build the bike around the engine. So i chop the top and bottom added 6" up top to account for the engine tilting so i can use the cone K&N air filters, maybe, I won't be able to stuff the stock air box in. I've already welded the top portion just now. Ill post pics later. About to Fab and weld up the bottom! Just had to take a lil break to UPDATE