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Old 04-21-2010, 09:55 PM   #1
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whats the best place to order stunt parts from?

i need a subcage for a 929/954, i really like the sick innovations cage but ill go with any band basicaly, i am going to order it friday and need it by next friday, does anyone know a website that sells sub cages that are fast with shipping? i ordered some parts from rockwall performance in dallas once and it took over a month and a half for me to get my stuff.
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Old 04-23-2010, 09:34 AM   #2
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dude what do you need a subcage for? i thought you were building a drag bike with your 929? you cant stunt a dragbike lol

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Old 04-23-2010, 09:46 AM   #3
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I got a 905 cage I love it 905 racing got it to me fast and it makes other cages look weak!
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Old 04-24-2010, 08:30 PM   #4
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the subcages are more comfortable that stock pegs for the passenger. at least my gf says so, so thats why i want to order a subcage
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Ah makes sense, so did you get your turbo sorted out or you just spraying now? when you bringing it to the track?
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Ah makes sense, so did you get your turbo sorted out or you just spraying now? when you bringing it to the track?
i discarded the turbo idea cause i was having a hard time finding bigger injectors for the bike and it was just going to be a big hassle so ive got it on spray now. its a 30 shot with a purge kit. im ready for the track now, what track do u race at?
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i discarded the turbo idea cause i was having a hard time finding bigger injectors for the bike and it was just going to be a big hassle so ive got it on spray now. its a 30 shot with a purge kit. im ready for the track now, what track do u race at?
did you check on psychobike.com, lots of knowledgeable people there, i know someones had to have turboed a 929. Nitrous works good though, im thinking about spraying my 1000 but will prob just go for a better flowing head and cams. I race out a Lonestar Motorsports Park in sealy, they are open this saturday night, you should come out. you adding fuel via a power commander etc or you letting the FI compensate on its own? Ive heard that the FI doesnt compensate near enough for nitrous.
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