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September 21st, 2017, 04:06 PM   #31
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Sorry I dont recall suggesting removing the elephants feet

I suggested taking the whole foot assembly out and grinding the rocker arm so that the foot could be repositioned higher up.

With 33 38 you need longer valves anyway because they sit further toward the piston than the smaller ones

I've not done it with the polaris valves but I bet a bazillion crocksits I could do it in a weekend.
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September 24th, 2017, 07:00 PM   #32
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Looks like I misunderstood you Bushie, I never heard of elephants feet. Those are round buttons at the end of adjusting screws? So grinding rockers would simply allow me to retract adjustment further out?. I told the shop that was changing the seats and guides that I want valves to be in exactly the same position/depth as originals. I didn't want to have any surprises with the piston contact or increasing the compression ratio/reducing combustion chamber volume.
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December 6th, 2017, 06:05 AM   #33
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shock got figure out, it can be done (ps. its a few mm longer to go well with swingarm) ...I am basically just waiting for the triple clamps.
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December 6th, 2017, 06:07 AM   #34
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December 6th, 2017, 06:20 AM   #35
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What's better than gold? - Swedish gold!
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December 6th, 2017, 06:57 AM   #37
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What's better than gold? - Swedish gold!
a nice key ring ...yes they also give me a golden key ring
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a year of work here it is

few info

-KYB POLETTI factory fork top insert 54mm bottom 59.2mm (ktm is 60) it's
been spaced, fork feet changed to suit standard husaberg (ktm) brake
-triple clamps is FAOR I can change angle (from KTM)
KTM bearing
6/7mm spacer (can't remember will measure)
it's 200mm wider so you need the 57309081000 axle
75009061000 brake spacer and need milling down to 5mm
and custom wheel spacer
-ISR master cylinder buttons work for ignition, start, kill switch
-wheel is alpina 5.5 rear and 16.5 front
-shock ohlins 5mm taller ha1684 model (just a lot shorter and revalved)
-swingarm is 2.5cm short and alu tank from tesctra (gino)
-dual exhaust ... DCR pipe system and cans is from a CRF 450
-carbonberg (pcproducts) plastic

scott steering damper got fired lectron carb would need some more work


just in time for summer
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Very nice mate!
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Termignoni on a Husaberg!! I like it!!! bella!
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