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one2dmax

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    1. RazoR333
      RazoR333
      Hey Sean,..me again,RazoR. How's your seat supply coming?,...If you have one available , I'll take it ,...now that Christmas is outta the way. It's gonna be prolly later , round end of February before i get the swing arm to you,...too friggin cold right now to work in the garage.
      Did you firure you could supply the drive shaft , or would i get one from Furber?
      Nother question for ya,...I have the stg 7 set up,..but would rather have a stg 3,..or your set up,..what are the chances of you having the complete carb set up to replace what i have ?
      All the best to you for the holidays ,..and the new year.
    2. one2dmax
      one2dmax
      We have to go ahead and finish the devlopement. The chain drive part is done but need to start building a swingarm. Will hopefully get to start working on that before the end of the year.

      Sean
    3. RJ RJ RJ
      RJ RJ RJ
      Sean
      Do you have a chain drive conversion for sale thats good for wide tires? 240 or 250mm?
    4. one2dmax
      one2dmax
      You are wanting the SASY unit.

      http://www.enhancetech.com.au/sasy.htm

      It now has some really cool features but note that the rev limiter it has will not prevent over revving. It simply turns off your v-boost.

      Sean
    5. vmax190
      vmax190
      hi sean, do you know where to get the kit to have the vboost to kick in at any selected rpm, how hard of a install and cost. thanks for any help you can lend. dave
    6. dannymax
      dannymax
      Hi Sean, Yeah, 2.2 ft lbs isn't even realistic. Thanks for providing the common sense method that works perfectly.

      Dan
    7. one2dmax
      one2dmax
      Not sure why the manual comes up with that spec as I don't think I have ever had one that low. In fact one took probably 50lbs or more to get right. I think there is a lot of variation in the parts that contribute to "stack up" height distance. Either way, set it where it works right and go!

      Sean
    8. dannymax
      dannymax
      Hey Sean, I did the "fall off center" front end wobble correction you suggested in an earlier post. I have it so the front bounces lightly off the stops and--perfect, no more wobble. She handles like a dream. Just for the hell of it I checked the torque and it is about 14 lbs. Well over the 2.2 lbs. recommended in the manual. If anything, it still seems a little free, no binding at all, and it won't stay halfway turned when I put it there, it falls to the stop. I don't understand why the torque is so much higher. Do you have any thoughts on this?
      Thanks,
      Dan
    9. KJShover
      KJShover
      In case I don't get to the computer on Monday, Happy Birthday man! Hope its one of the best.
    10. one2dmax
      one2dmax
      I don't know lately what the cost is. I won't be able to make them for awhile yet. Last I knew it was around the $800 range with shaft. Furbur was supposed to start stocking them but I haven't heard if he has yet. PCW makes them but they take quite some time usually to get them,

      Sean
    11. KJShover
      KJShover
      Hey Sean, Whats a +3 braced swingarm and driveshaft going for. I'm looking to add one in June.
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