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January 14th, 2016, 02:05 PM   #81
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Whishes come true...I whished for a cold winter and plenty of ice, -28C now, hows that! Ice track scraped and perfect just waiting for it to get to -15.

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January 14th, 2016, 08:14 PM   #82
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I would die...
Its 4 celcius here and I am way to cold already
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January 15th, 2016, 06:16 AM   #83
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Did some racing with my neighbour (maico 440) last weekend at -22degC. Good ice this winter
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January 17th, 2016, 02:54 PM   #84
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January 17th, 2016, 11:38 PM   #85
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Originally Posted by HusaBELGfs570 View Post
I would die...
Its 4 celcius here and I am way to cold already
That actually feels colder then 10-15 -c cause of The air is more damp. 15- is dry
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January 17th, 2016, 11:48 PM   #86
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the bike moves pulling wheelies at high speed I bet those studded tyres/wheels are pretty heavy???
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January 18th, 2016, 07:33 AM   #87
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Good topic!
Does that seat hole make any difference to the stock whrn riding? My 570 is also tuned by Peter (doma, ported head, 46mm tb, stock ecu adjusted by Peter) and of course I'd like to squeeze out every hp I can from that setup but I'm not convinced enough to cut a hole in my seat
I dont know it would help but there is a custommade shroud for the 70 degrees which have a small tunnel/ditch at the upper side of the plastic and it direct some air to the gap between the seat and the shrouds... hope its not only me who unterstands :P Anyway I think further upgrade it could be a "real" ram-air. I know ram-air real effects comes at highspeed but IF a seat hole counts...

What's your gearing?
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January 18th, 2016, 08:27 AM   #88
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Originally Posted by HusaBELGfs570 View Post
the bike moves pulling wheelies at high speed I bet those studded tyres/wheels are pretty heavy???
Sharp eyes there Belgy, the engine character makes it super easy to control long but low power wheelies. Studs weigh a lot yes, never put them on the scale though.
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January 18th, 2016, 08:51 AM   #89
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Good topic!
Does that seat hole make any difference to the stock whrn riding? My 570 is also tuned by Peter (doma, ported head, 46mm tb, stock ecu adjusted by Peter) and of course I'd like to squeeze out every hp I can from that setup but I'm not convinced enough to cut a hole in my seat
I dont know it would help but there is a custommade shroud for the 70 degrees which have a small tunnel/ditch at the upper side of the plastic and it direct some air to the gap between the seat and the shrouds... hope its not only me who unterstands :P Anyway I think further upgrade it could be a "real" ram-air. I know ram-air real effects comes at highspeed but IF a seat hole counts...

What's your gearing?
Just my 2c worth; Its not so much the increased area for the air but the improvement in resonance that does the trick. I have fiddled with this on other bikes(2v ducatis) and you get the best effect by opening an airbox right where the intake tract points at. Ram air would not make a positive net compared at the speeds we race at (up to 160kph) as you would have to trade this for not as good resonance at lower speeds, power out of turns is more important than outright top speed in this category of riding as its a lot of turns and just one straight.

Actually Im not sure of the gearing as cant recall what front sprocket Ive got, rear is 45 though, Ill go out and count it tomorrow as I was asked this yesterday too and was like errhhh urrrhh :/ It does 168kph with a 17" supermoto tire in the dyno in sixth with oem ecu (9600) if it means anything to you...
Whatever it is its perfect for me on the ice.
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Could you explain a bit more that resonance effect? Ram-air project is off than...
Does yours pull a wheely in 4th just by twist?
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