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June 13th, 2018, 02:52 AM   #91
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I was told by a friend that if I go 600+ I should lower the rev limiter. He knows of quite a few ruined 610/660s in australia and dubai that were driven as normal 570s and they cant take the same revs over time.
He recommended me to ask thumper racing for their recommendation. I have to contact them anyway to ask the status on my 590..
See what Travis has to say Jon if you donít mind.

This 610 has the STD 570 crank so not balanced to the piston yet the 660ís are balanced but the longer stroke would require a lower rev limit.

I have a TR balanced crank for the 610 and piston kit here new. Undecided what Iíll do with that.
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Found it guys.

If using the later tank with low level connector on the Ď09 you need to bridge this connector to get the pump to work.
Wrong! Yeah I got that wrong. Unplugged the bridge and it still ran the pump. Bad connection I guess that moving the ECU may have triggered it to work.
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June 13th, 2018, 03:31 AM   #93
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Originally Posted by Alan View Post
See what Travis has to say Jon if you donít mind.

This 610 has the STD 570 crank so not balanced to the piston yet the 660ís are balanced but the longer stroke would require a lower rev limit.

I have a TR balanced crank for the 610 and piston kit here new. Undecided what Iíll do with that.
True, you do have a balanced crank!
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yessssss!!!! how was it???
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Great mate.

Not a lot of traction in the wet paddock. Wheel spin up to and including 6th gear. With that said the gearing was 13/51. Iíll get that more realistic at or close to my other 570 for better comparison. The idle is high and Iíll check the TPS. Hopefully get her out in the bush over the weekend.
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The answer from thumperracing regarding rev limit is 9850rpm for their kits.
My friend, who I trust more, thought 9500rpm is better for flattrack, ice or motard due to longer times on high revs. 9850rpm is ok for enduro, mx and offroad.

So I will go 9500 as mine will be used on tarmac. I will change the sprockets so it stays longer on each gear and let the power pull it. Must get a cush hub....
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Originally Posted by jon andersson View Post
The answer from thumperracing regarding rev limit is 9850rpm for their kits.
My friend, who I trust more, thought 9500rpm is better for flattrack, ice or motard due to longer times on high revs. 9850rpm is ok for enduro, mx and offroad.

So I will go 9500 as mine will be used on tarmac. I will change the sprockets so it stays longer on each gear and let the power pull it. Must get a cush hub....
9850 is std 570 from memory.

Iím with you guys, 9500 is plenty.
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Yeah 9500 is plenty. Yes I also think that 9850 is stock. 450 has 10200 I think so the 9500 is another 350rpm lower. My tuned 570 had 11200 as limit... I changed oil every 5th hour.
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