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Post by fireblade50 on Thu 12 Sep 2013, 22:33

my first cbr when i buy it



after one year



after 2 years finish



rear seat R1 2002, front forks 600 gsxr 2006, swingarm vfr 750 with rear whells 800 vfr, exaust home made
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Post by fireblade50 on Thu 12 Sep 2013, 23:00

in 2012, i participated at monster race

before



after



front fork of 954 cbr, rear whell of 900 hornet, rear seat of bmw s1000r

I finished 20th out of 40, for the first time is good
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Post by fireblade50 on Thu 12 Sep 2013, 23:23

in 2013 big change



front fork off my first cbr (600 gsxr 06), swingarm aprilia 1000rsv, rear seat 1000 cbr 2008, rear shock zx6r


for the engine





exaust erion racing

adjustement of dynamometer



control back home made with a friend



painting



I spend the whole monster race in first position, a crash in the final round made ​​me finish this year in 6th, I'm not hurt






for 2104 has already started........................to follow
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Post by masterblader on Thu 12 Sep 2013, 23:59

Hi Matt are you running with an early blade engine 92/93?. Also what size are those flatslides? Did run with Erion cams for a while bags of power at top end ideal for club racing then reverted to Church cams which were more compatible for road use as well. Good luck with the racing bud.
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Post by fireblade50 on Fri 13 Sep 2013, 08:43

I running with only engine of 92/93, i have  some parts in advance (gear box, clutch.....)

the flatsides are 41mm

the camshafts are trees trimmed by a french preparateur (http://www.brancquartcompetition.com/)I've had to buy used
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Post by chilli on Fri 13 Sep 2013, 09:56

cracking stuff..Smile

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Post by lambchops on Fri 13 Sep 2013, 10:28

wow that looks very nice, shame about the off but looks like its coming back bigger and better than ever! Were the flatsides new and if so how much did they set you back?
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Post by fireblade50 on Fri 13 Sep 2013, 10:38

lambchops wrote:wow that looks very nice, shame about the off but looks like its coming back bigger and better than ever! Were the flatsides new and if so how much did they set you back?
i don't understand, the translator is bad.

you know, how many more HP?
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Post by lambchops on Fri 13 Sep 2013, 10:52

Sorry bad English from me, how much money did the flatsides cost and were they brand new? Also the HP increase would be lovely to know Smile
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Post by shadow on Fri 13 Sep 2013, 11:34

Combien le carburateur ?
neuf ou d'occasion ?

Good projects, nice job. Smile
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Post by fireblade50 on Fri 13 Sep 2013, 11:39

shadow wrote:Combien le carburateur ?
neuf ou d'occasion ?

Good projects, nice job. Smile
flatsides 550€
dyna 2000 110€
camshaft 250€
exaust erion 250€

everything is used, new is too expansive
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Post by shadow on Fri 13 Sep 2013, 11:51

Merci.
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Post by lambchops on Fri 13 Sep 2013, 11:58

Good price! 550 for a set is decent money..
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Post by masterblader on Fri 13 Sep 2013, 15:51

See your right hand is already twitching JB.rofl
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Post by lambchops on Fri 13 Sep 2013, 16:48

Tell me about is Mique!! Smile
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Post by fireblade50 on Wed 18 Sep 2013, 15:13

First the parts are there
4 JE high compression pistons 73mm, the bore will be a 970cm3

I'm looking for an engine to be able to ream the current has 30000km (18000miles), I do not want to ream, I'll keep it as a backup

 

this year I'm going to control the rear shock, put ohlins spring in the fork and gain the maximum weight on the bike
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Post by masterblader on Wed 18 Sep 2013, 15:52

The early blade had a very thin wall supporting the bore insert the safe maximum was that of a 945cc conversion. A later blade from 1996 would be more suitable for your 970cc.
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Post by fireblade50 on Wed 18 Sep 2013, 16:20

with a 893 mm bore 2 is the same thing as 919 in 1 mm

we'll see, at 250 € 4 pistons, I was not deprived me
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Post by masterblader on Wed 18 Sep 2013, 17:54

Keep us posted Matt as J&E pistons were the heaviest in relation to Cosworth and Wiseco that were always burning oil.
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Post by shadow on Wed 18 Sep 2013, 19:20

970cc will be a beast. Smile
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Post by fireblade50 on Wed 18 Sep 2013, 21:06

shadow wrote:970cc will be a beast. Smile
evil evil evil evil evil evil evil
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Post by fireblade50 on Sat 19 Oct 2013, 21:29

no pics today

forks is ready with ohlins springs
I found 919 engine run
the back shell will honda rs 125
a buddy give me a tank in good condition
The lower clevis of the damper is fabricated
I must change my frame with a 893, I must share them with a friend

after that, the start winding
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