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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #180 on: June 30, 2009, 01:01:26 pm »
14-41 will def make your front end noticeably lighter...

I found 15-44 (similar to 14-41) too much on the 17" motard wheel, (pogo stick) but I have 440 & FCR

ATM I have 15-41 (for long trip to EC bash) on the 18" dirt rear. Still lifts off the trottle in 1 & 2nd. 3rd needs a slight tug...

If you doing mostly town stuff, 14-41 on 17" should be a laugh.  >:D

I would rather stick with the 15 front and maybe experiment with a 43 or 44 rear first and see how that pans out... Anyways, keep us posted.

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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #181 on: June 30, 2009, 01:31:02 pm »
14-41 will def make your front end noticeably lighter...

I found 15-44 (similar to 14-41) too much on the 17" motard wheel, (pogo stick) but I have 440 & FCR

ATM I have 15-41 (for long trip to EC bash) on the 18" dirt rear. Still lifts off the trottle in 1 & 2nd. 3rd needs a slight tug...

If you doing mostly town stuff, 14-41 on 17" should be a laugh.  >:D

I would rather stick with the 15 front and maybe experiment with a 43 or 44 rear first and see how that pans out... Anyways, keep us posted.

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My jettings seems pretty spot on as the bike really runs well. I have no other DRZ to compare it to so I'm doing some guessing. The front does not lift, not even in 1st. It does become very light but won't go up without a firm tug. I am running the stock carb with 3x3 mod and carb solenoid and PAIR valve removed. Perhaps my jetting is not as spot on as I initially thought.  ???

I'm going to try and get around to fitting the 14 in front and see how different it runs.
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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #182 on: June 30, 2009, 01:39:48 pm »
14-41 will def make your front end noticeably lighter...

I found 15-44 (similar to 14-41) too much on the 17" motard wheel, (pogo stick) but I have 440 & FCR

ATM I have 15-41 (for long trip to EC bash) on the 18" dirt rear. Still lifts off the trottle in 1 & 2nd. 3rd needs a slight tug...

If you doing mostly town stuff, 14-41 on 17" should be a laugh.  >:D

I would rather stick with the 15 front and maybe experiment with a 43 or 44 rear first and see how that pans out... Anyways, keep us posted.

 :thumleft:

My jettings seems pretty spot on as the bike really runs well. I have no other DRZ to compare it to so I'm doing some guessing. The front does not lift, not even in 1st. It does become very light but won't go up without a firm tug. I am running the stock carb with 3x3 mod and carb solenoid and PAIR valve removed. Perhaps my jetting is not as spot on as I initially thought.  ???

I'm going to try and get around to fitting the 14 in front and see how different it runs.

15/44 is a good combination, with that and a Mikuni 1st was no problem to lift. I want to try15/47 with a 440  >:D
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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #183 on: July 01, 2009, 08:20:41 am »
Wat sal die beste vir my wees? Ek wil die revs bietjie drop vir 700km dag trippies, maar hy moet nog genoeg grunt he vir grondpad.

Cruising speed so 120km/h wees?
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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #184 on: July 01, 2009, 08:54:35 am »
Wat sal die beste vir my wees? Ek wil die revs bietjie drop vir 700km dag trippies, maar hy moet nog genoeg grunt he vir grondpad.

Cruising speed so 120km/h wees?

Jy het mos 'n E model so joune het in elke geval plenty grunt. As jy gemaklik 120km/h wil cruise dink ek jy sal die gearing moet maak soos wat die SM standaard is of ten minste soos die S. Die E se gearing is standaard 14/47 sover ek weet.  14/44 sal seker 'n verskil maak maar ek glonie dat jy teen 120km/h sal kan cruise nie. Miskien sal iets soos 15/44 setup jou die beste balans gee.
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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #185 on: July 01, 2009, 08:55:01 am »
The front does not lift, not even in 1st.

That doesn't seem right. Your hp output is high enough, the throttle response not so good??

Die E se gearing is standaard 14/47 sover ek weet.  14/44 sal seker 'n verskil maak maar ek glonie dat jy teen 120km/h sal kan cruise nie. Miskien sal iets soos 15/44 setup jou die beste balans gee.

Ek hardloop 15:43 op my E, werk baie lekker. Kan altyd net omruil na die 14 as ek biejte meer wil speel...
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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #186 on: July 01, 2009, 08:59:42 am »
Hy hardloop die k@k carb, nie die FCR nie. Dis dalk hoekom
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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #187 on: July 01, 2009, 09:00:49 am »
Hy hardloop die k@k carb, nie die FCR nie. Dis dalk hoekom

Dis nou nie nodig om so van sy bike te praat nie, ons is almal mos vriende...  :peepwall:      :biggrin:
 

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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #188 on: July 01, 2009, 09:12:24 am »
Hy hardloop die k@k carb, nie die FCR nie. Dis dalk hoekom

Ag nee sies man dis nie 'n k@k carb nie dis netnie 'n FCR ie maar 'n BSR.  :imaposer:

Die cams, etc verskil ook op die E so dis nie net die carb wat die verskil maak nie. Die SM se gearing is standaard vir hoer spoed so selfs die S se standaard gearing van 15/44 i.p.v die SM se standaard gearing van 15/41 soos wat die ander voorgestel het behoort die voorwiel vanself te laat opkom.

EK tel gou vanmiddag die 14 voorste een op en hoop om hom gou vandag te fit. Sal julle laat weet watse verskil dit maak.
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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #189 on: July 01, 2009, 11:32:30 am »
Hy hardloop die k@k carb, nie die FCR nie. Dis dalk hoekom

Ag nee sies man dis nie 'n k@k carb nie dis netnie 'n FCR ie maar 'n BSR.  :imaposer:

Die cams, etc verskil ook op die E so dis nie net die carb wat die verskil maak nie. Die SM se gearing is standaard vir hoer spoed so selfs die S se standaard gearing van 15/44 i.p.v die SM se standaard gearing van 15/41 soos wat die ander voorgestel het behoort die voorwiel vanself te laat opkom.

EK tel gou vanmiddag die 14 voorste een op en hoop om hom gou vandag te fit. Sal julle laat weet watse verskil dit maak.

My Hotcam het nie veel off idle krag gegee nie maar hier na 4000 rpm kon jy n klein skop voel.
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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #190 on: July 01, 2009, 11:55:50 am »
Hy hardloop die k@k carb, nie die FCR nie. Dis dalk hoekom

Ag nee sies man dis nie 'n k@k carb nie dis netnie 'n FCR ie maar 'n BSR.  :imaposer:

Die cams, etc verskil ook op die E so dis nie net die carb wat die verskil maak nie. Die SM se gearing is standaard vir hoer spoed so selfs die S se standaard gearing van 15/44 i.p.v die SM se standaard gearing van 15/41 soos wat die ander voorgestel het behoort die voorwiel vanself te laat opkom.

EK tel gou vanmiddag die 14 voorste een op en hoop om hom gou vandag te fit. Sal julle laat weet watse verskil dit maak.

My Hotcam het nie veel off idle krag gegee nie maar hier na 4000 rpm kon jy n klein skop voel.

Yes, wat ek bedoel is die hele klomp klein verskille maak groot verskil op die ou einde en nie net die carb nie. Die carb, cams, beter exhaust, groter header pyp, etc.

Ek wil graag steeds voel hoe voel jou bike.
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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #191 on: July 01, 2009, 12:05:50 pm »
Wat jou opie oomblik die meeste terughou is die carb en die header pyp...

Ek sou eerste 'n powerbomb of E-model header kry en spaar vir die carb. Of jy kan soek vir 'n write-off WR/YZ 400/426, hulle het ook die lekker carb...

Ek dink nie die cams is die moeite werd vir die moola nie? Of hoe ST?

Ek weet jy het eers die inlet hotcam gehad, en later die ex laat doen.

Watse verskil het die ex gemaak?
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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #192 on: July 01, 2009, 12:47:31 pm »
Wat jou opie oomblik die meeste terughou is die carb en die header pyp...

Ek sou eerste 'n powerbomb of E-model header kry en spaar vir die carb. Of jy kan soek vir 'n write-off WR/YZ 400/426, hulle het ook die lekker carb...

Ek dink nie die cams is die moeite werd vir die moola nie? Of hoe ST?

Ek weet jy het eers die inlet hotcam gehad, en later die ex laat doen.

Watse verskil het die ex gemaak?

Defnitief die cams as n paar insit werk goed saam, net een is a waste. Maar ek moet sÍ die carb is n beter mod as n pyp, cams en jetting saam. Dit maak n moerse verskil. Ek het n FCR van CRF op, werk lekker.
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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #193 on: July 01, 2009, 01:53:01 pm »
Bus is die E se header pyp waar hy by die end-pyp bymekaarkom dieselfde dimensies as die SM/S pyp?

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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #194 on: July 01, 2009, 01:56:57 pm »
Die E pyp se pyp diameter is grooter.
 

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Re: The DRZ Thread
« Reply #195 on: July 01, 2009, 03:07:50 pm »
Die E pyp se pyp diameter is grooter.

Jip, jy sal bietjie surgery moet doen om dit te maak pas...
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« Reply #196 on: July 01, 2009, 03:43:34 pm »
Groter pyp lyk ook beter  :biggrin: Check the MRD pipe's header, it's massive !
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« Reply #197 on: July 01, 2009, 03:50:17 pm »
I got me a FMF slip-on arriving on Saturday! :mwink:
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« Reply #198 on: July 01, 2009, 04:01:53 pm »
I got me a FMF slip-on arriving on Saturday! :mwink:

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« Reply #199 on: July 01, 2009, 04:48:41 pm »
I got me a FMF slip-on arriving on Saturday! :mwink:

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