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December 13th, 2013, 02:03 PM   #11
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Re: All About Valve Springs! (with nice pics)

Yeah,I saw that on KPMI catalog as you mention. They have code for each part separately.
-retainers=96-96001
-springs=96-96002
-Basewashers=96-96003

And the kit is listed as Item # 96-96000 Item

http://valvetrain.kpmivalvetrain.com/it ... 9/96-96000?

Really...so much Titanium left from the cancellation of F-35 fighter in US...could be cheaper...The fact is that might the Titanium machining knifes are costy too...

If,with these tiny changes, the engine reach 8000 rpm, I will be very surprised
I read somewhere the specs of 2005 FC 550 and the max power was at 7700 rpm. It has also 11.8:1 comp in addition with the 11.5:1(if I remember correctly) of 628 engine.

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Great to see you back on here Bushie. Did the ashes test scores give you some courage.....?

I have a set of the kibblewhite's inc. Ti retainers going into my 380 build. Will be interesting to see how they perform.
Im also having the head ported & flow benched so hopeful I might set some more RPMs.


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nice one Blunny

cricket? nah I don't get into one ball sports

it was Schwim selling the site to his alter ego Mr Zen,
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Re: All About Valve Springs! (with nice pics)

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Great to see you back on here Bushie. Did the ashes test scores give you some courage.....?
I was enjoying this thread until then Blunny!
We could have saved a lot of time and just posted them over to you guys, care of Mitchell Johnson. (That's the Ashes not our team!)


Back to springs; I have the quad DVSK's in both of mine with no issues, they don't get a really hard life but sound a lot quieter than with the conicals.
Thanks to Faust too whose posts at the time gave me the confidence to try them in the first place.
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Someplace in here I got lost as to application. Will the Kibblewhite valve kit work in the older real husaberg engines or are we talking only the 70 degree recent models and beyond now?
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Old gen! Old? Classic beautiful generation bikes! The raw pure anorexic motors with incredibly entertaining anger problems!
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ha! I dont come over to this forum much but I love reading stuff about the 'true' Berg's.




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Re: All About Valve Springs! (with nice pics)

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Someplace in here I got lost as to application. Will the Kibblewhite valve kit work in the older real husaberg engines or are we talking only the 70 degree recent models and beyond now?
this thread relates to the real bergs, not the top heavy wallowing bling horsies of 09+
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Originally Posted by rsarroyo
Someplace in here I got lost as to application. Will the Kibblewhite valve kit work in the older real husaberg engines or are we talking only the 70 degree recent models and beyond now?
this thread relates to the real bergs, not the top heavy wallowing bling horsies of 09+
hahah ... hey!!
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Re: All About Valve Springs! (with nice pics)

Hello and happy new year!

The last day of 2013 I received the Kibblewhite dual valve spring kit.

The installed height is 28.86 so its ok according the owners doc (29.65 - 29.9mm).

I weighted them and the scale show me:

-63 for the DVSK (springs including titanium retainer and steel base washer)

-61 for the OEM conical (spring including OEM steel retainer and steel base washer)

Was trying to upload a photo of the weighted springs but couldn't do it...

Now I am going to install them and see how the engine works with them. Waiting for gaskets....
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