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LINEAWEAVER November 29th, 2005 09:49 AM

State of Tune
 
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bigbob November 29th, 2005 10:18 AM

Re: State of Tune
 
credit cards maxed and monthly MC payments have me broke till my bonus next july, but by then I will have mellowed some on my new 06 Fe450e and be looking for some performance enhancements, plus I'll eventually need to do some suspension mods for my weight, 250lbs................so looking forward to having some extra cash again to consider your Husaberg suspension services or at least your jetting.

where the hell is el sobrante? NorCal? El soberante sounds like it's near AA central?

husabutt November 29th, 2005 10:56 AM

Re: State of Tune
 
Almost three horsepower. That is impressive. It would be interesting to install a "Brisk" spark plug and see if there are any further gains available with the now optimized A/F mixture.

UnkleMoose November 29th, 2005 12:59 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by bigbob
credit cards maxed and monthly MC payments have me broke till my bonus next july, but by then I will have mellowed some on my new 06 Fe450e and be looking for some performance enhancements, plus I'll eventually need to do some suspension mods for my weight, 250lbs................so looking forward to having some extra cash again to consider your Husaberg suspension services or at least your jetting.

where the hell is el sobrante? NorCal? El soberante sounds like it's near AA central?



BigBob it's a place we want to keep you from finding!!!! It's right along Hwy-80 near Pinole/San Pablo/Richmond

Kraig

bigbob November 29th, 2005 03:30 PM

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[where the hell is el sobrante? NorCal? El soberante sounds like it's near AA central?[/quote]

BigBob it's a place we want to keep you from finding!!!! It's right along Hwy-80 near Pinole/San Pablo/Richmond

Kraig[/quote]

next summer I may have get a new pipe. Take it all to el sobrante for a custom special for bigbob package install of Lineaweaver tuning and suspension....in other words a Lineaweaver HUSABERG elite bike! that would be awesome ..ofcourse I am no Racer and may not be deserving of a such a special machine, but that has not stopped me so far.

Don't Taint the Blood! :)

RockyMt November 29th, 2005 03:34 PM

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Well, after getting my bike back from Dale's super secret laboratory 4 miles below the surface of the earth (right next door to Captain Satellites!) I noticed in addition to the fuel delivery issues he also installed a VERY TRICK breather assy. to keep the bike from puking into the airbox. Words cannot describe the overall difference in "feel" of the bike, the more I ride it the better it gets (thanks Dale!) however it has made me realize how important the addition of a slipper clutch is on this bike (next project) I could go on and on, but just wanted to post something so others who may be "riding around" fueling issues will know there is hope!
Getting a big, highly tuned single to carberate so cleanly thruout the rev range, in addition to a real "seat of the pants" difference was well worth the price! They say you get what you pay for but with Dale, you always seem to get MORE than your money's worth, a rare thing nowadays.
:D -Rocky-


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