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April 16th, 2018, 09:39 AM   #41
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Termignoni on a Husaberg!! I like it!!! bella!
Thanks a lot ...it's been a mix between a husaberg and Honda there ...lukily it worked

Best of all the exhaust pipe was done by DCR ...it's mint, it follows the bike ( it doesn't get wide at any point ) and the (crf end )leave enaught gap so the 170 rear tyre doesn't pay them a visit

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April 16th, 2018, 09:53 AM   #42
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That's one good looking Berg.
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April 16th, 2018, 12:19 PM   #43
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Yes, that exhaust is bad ass!!!
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May 14th, 2018, 12:21 PM   #44
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The fact that is road reg I can get the pleasure of both

It's been a good ride...I am really happy on how the bike handles, unfortunately it gets wobbly on the handlebar on speed over 75mph with 80 (been no good) I was suggested and agree to soft the front fork but I might also try to lower the front a bit...I am still happy considering that I am nearly flat out on gearing

..I would be planning some track day this year with racing probably the next one
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Looks great! Are you running a stabilizer?
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May 14th, 2018, 03:36 PM   #46
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nope ..I actually have a Scott stabiliser in the garage but I am not planning of using it (I was at first) ...the way I see it now, is that under the 75 mph the bike handle perfect and I have the top high end suspension (fork,shock) swing arm, I don't want to add other bits to it especially when it can be figure out by setting the bike better, my goal is a stable 85 as I won't be riding any higher

I know when you come from by using the stabiliser, I used it, it's good stuff but not on this build

I wanted the lectron to work..I will give it another try this weekend
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Beautiful! My congratulations to you! You’ll get the wobble sorted. Both my bikes are fine up to ~135kph at least, and one of those is a pig of a DR-Z. Have taken a 650 supermoto up to 120kph too, so I’m 100% confident you’ll iron it out in no time.
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Paolo, is it an FE or FS?

If it’s an FE, what offset triples are on it? If standard you may have to run less offset triples to get some of your rake back from running 17’s.

If it’s the FS, make sure all your suspension settings are spot on.
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thanks turist It will get done. A friend in work told me that he done 105 mph, 168 kph ducking on the motorway on the drz (don't know if it's fully true) ...I used to have the dorsoduro 750 and max I could go was just bellow 110mph and then it started wobbling.

Alan I have the FS but the triple I got are 16mm with adjustable angle (more closer at the moment)...yes suspension is where I would be looking to fix the problem, its's probably just the front getting lighter at high speed and causing the issue. what's your max speed on your bike? or what you can reach comfortably.
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I Ride: '07Exc 525 & '07 FS 550.Just sold ' 08 Ktm 450 sxf.
2007 Fs550 l did just over 160kph. Short stint on country road. Perfectly smooth. 150 on the hwy also smooth. It had more If I wanted but l didn't want to rev 550 too much.
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