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December 28th, 2005, 03:26 AM   #1
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Sorry if the image is a bit big...couldn't figure out how to shrink it down, but I thought you may be interested in this dyno chart from a few years ago. Runs were made in 4th gear with a 25/59 primary and 17/39 final drive.

Has anyone ever rubber mounted a non counter balanced motor?

Are the main engine mounts the same on all berg variants?

Still pondering a husaberg minimono project......

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December 29th, 2005, 01:35 AM   #2
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BTW - twas a 1995 600.
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December 29th, 2005, 06:34 AM   #3
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Dax

i thought that that was good for it's day given that another 12% capacity and your figures would run with the 650s. but you would need a 650 or go completely the other way.

ask dale what is the largest engine that will run 4,500ft/per min - piston.

could be you have it or even the 550.

you can get a lot of info here. if you wait long enough there are some good engines on e-bay.


this is the link to european ebay-parts and bikes:
here

and this is the yanky equivelant:
here

we normally have double the stuff in europe.

hope you have luck. hope you've been in the 'doc' and had a look.

what gave the most power in that third run? just gary's exhaust?

helluva jump!

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December 29th, 2005, 11:24 AM   #4
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what gave the most power in that third run? just gary's exhaust?
Taffy, the long pipe made the biggest difference, but thats only three of the dozens of runs we made. The 62rwhp (ish) run is after we set up the ignition, jetting everything else we easily could at the time.

The other two runs are from an earlier session just to get a baseline.

hope you've been in the 'doc' and had a look.
Yup, had a look at that - theres a lot of info on here, back then there was zilch.

Dale - that L&R supermono, does it use the older 600 motor or a later 650?

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"Dale - that L&R supermono, does it use the older 600 motor or a later 650?"


Pre pump 600. (True modified displacement of 620 cc)
I truly appreciate the compact nature and simplicity.
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December 29th, 2005, 02:25 PM   #6
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Re: dyno chart

dax

you know, i get the feeling that if you PM dale he will give you a lot of help. i, as you know have offered the same thing.

RR and SM are very expensive and it's great when someone comes along (rarely) in life whjo wants t all.

i hope you get what you need. dale has been of great help to all here to all and to me in particular. he loves the breed.

we're genrally an anti-bullshit estyablishment and i think that makes our character! and everyone knows each other.

i hope that the phoenix rises from the ashes. i see no reason why, now you have found UHE why you can't make one fine mo cicle!

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I truly appreciate the compact nature and simplicity.
Yes - it complements its owner perfectly, particularly the latter characteristic.

I just read that back....I was of course talking about myself....

You have PM Dale.

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