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Why has my FI light started coming on when the bike is decelerating? I cut the wires at the pressure switch for the clutch (so I could start the bike without pulling the clutch in).
I installed your ultra clutch mod and yellow springs. Now, when I am on the line can I just dump it (does it drag or slip by itself and then bite) or do I still have to drag it? Is there more than one way of setting the clutch? I saw something about washers behind the springs? I am running 14-46 gearing and trying to keep the front end down through the end of first. I have a GSX-R1000 that's lowered and strapped with weights.
I have an 06 GSXR 1000 with the clutch mod, all 6 yellow HD springs, and I have a .050 washer behind each spring. My gearing is a 16/43. The clutches hold the power (170mph plus in testing last weekend) but I’m having trouble launching the bike. I have heard that I have too much spring pressure, but if I take the washers out from behind my springs the clutches slip in high gears. I have also heard to try putting stock gearing on the bike and leave at a really high rpm so that the clutches have to slip on the low end but they will catch up and grab about 60ft out. The bike is 64" and I weigh 165.
How do I set up my bike for fast road riding with BST wheels - tire pressure and suspension settings?
I am running a Shinko 003 in the 200 size. I've had good success running 25 psi, but read info from the forum where Brock states 18 psi in rear. Can I go that low without screws to hold the tire on the stock wheel?
I have mounted the clutch cushion kit on my Busa. Now I’m mounting a lock up clutch. Do I have to do anything with the spring pressure or will the springs that followed the cushion kit work well?
On your 240 swingarm kit with the built in air tank is it possible to use the air tank as an nitros tank , online it says your tank will hold 200 psi.
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