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Old 03-09-2008, 02:41 PM   #1
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Who can recommend a shop / person for NSR50

Thinking about putting some work ino the NSR and wondering who has experience with motor suspension upgrades?
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Billy Weise is the NSR master in town. Not sure how to get ahold of him lately though as he was tuning for Rockwall Honda in the AMA last year and not doin gmuch here. A friend has his bike there now, I'll try to get you contact info. Also EBR in Seabrook does great 2-stroke work.
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Billy Weise is the NSR master in town. Not sure how to get ahold of him lately though as he was tuning for Rockwall Honda in the AMA last year and not doin gmuch here. A friend has his bike there now, I'll try to get you contact info. Also EBR in Seabrook does great 2-stroke work.
That's who I was thinking of.
Last I heard, Billy was working in the Dallas area but I cannot say for sure.
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Billy Weise is the NSR master in town. Not sure how to get ahold of him lately though as he was tuning for Rockwall Honda in the AMA last year and not doin gmuch here. A friend has his bike there now, I'll try to get you contact info. Also EBR in Seabrook does great 2-stroke work.
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He's around, Falconi has his bike in with him now. I just left a message for Falconi to get the contact info for you. I'll post when I get it.
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He is out by Austin now. I shipped some tires out to him a while back.
I'm sure Patrick can do what ever you need, but Billy Weise is certainly got skillz. I would not hesitate to use either one.

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Billy Weise Eric - specially if its the NSR/YSR here in questions. Go with Billy Weise.
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He is out by Austin now. I shipped some tires out to him a while back.
I'm sure Patrick can do what ever you need, but Billy Weise is certainly got skillz. I would not hesitate to use either one.

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Hey Hutch, Did you end up getting some rubber in for the 50?
I need to get some shoes for both the bikes.
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There are a few different aftermarket shocks avail for the NSR.
KYB($300), Takegawa($500), ohlins($800).
Most people are satisfied with a spring/fluid change, but if money's no issue, might as well get the best.
FWIW, Patrick did a awesome job on the nsf suspension.
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I'm thinking about a serious upgrade with some if not all the following, or similar. But, I'm sure this will cost me a small fortune.

1)63cc big bore kit
2)head machined out too make the squash as small as possible
3)intake ports redone/polished
4)big bore pipe built for eninge
5)24mm carb kit
6)1/4 turn throttle
7)boysen power reeds
8)SS brake lines
9)daytona digital temp gauge
10)daytona digital tach
11)full floating front brake rotor
12) sprocket specialists rear sprockets (aluminum) sizes 40,42,43,44
13)front steel sprockets 12,13,14,15,16,17
14)gold oring chain
15)new tires
16)ohlins rear suspension
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I'm thinking about a serious upgrade with some if not all the following, or similar. But, I'm sure this will cost me a small fortune.

1)63cc big bore kit
2)head machined out too make the squash as small as possible
3)intake ports redone/polished
4)big bore pipe built for eninge
5)24mm carb kit
6)1/4 turn throttle
7)boysen power reeds
8)SS brake lines
9)daytona digital temp gauge
10)daytona digital tach
11)full floating front brake rotor
12) sprocket specialists rear sprockets (aluminum) sizes 40,42,43,44
13)front steel sprockets 12,13,14,15,16,17
14)gold oring chain
15)new tires
16)ohlins rear suspension
Dude give me a call. A friend has one FS thats ready to go with most of those upgrades.
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