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Old 11-09-2012, 01:36 AM   #21
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19,000 miles on the original front sprocket made for an awesome time coming off. Torch, breaker bar, bend the lock washer, cheater pipe and PB blaster, giant screw driver to lock out the rear wheel.

All in all took about an hour and holy was I blown away by the torque difference. If I wasn't out playing with wheelies and going to the track I think I'd just run a stock front and +2 out back. Highway RPMs are a shade higher than I'd like but Jesus does it get up and go. First gear wheelies scare the out of me now, actually feel more comfy with 2nd gear. It may be a detuned naked 750 but with no excess weight up front it sure lifts even when not wanted now. I got it up in third gear with some clutch action but second gear comes up as easily as first did in stock gearing.

This power 2tc doesn't stand a chance with traction though. Until it was fully warm I could easily break the rear loose in 2nd....not good. My Q2's literally never break straight line traction....can't wait to test the gears with the Dunlops at msrh on the 17th
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Old 11-18-2012, 11:55 PM   #22
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Loved the new gears at the track but going back to a 15T. The -1/+2 is too much. Was topping out 6th on the back straight at msr. New 15t get here Tuesday.

Fabbing up relocation brackets for my shifter/brake and pegs to move them bck 3" and up 2. also making some extra handlebars; sport style. The combo should get me the stance and clearance I need to keep pushing it around the track.
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Old 11-21-2012, 01:38 AM   #23
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Old 11-21-2012, 04:13 PM   #24
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New spark plugs last night, removed the entire emissions system, unused brackets etc. lost about 3.5lbs off the rear end. Good bc this is a very poorly balanced bike.


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