randygrein at comcast.net
Tue Jan 27 22:32:42 PST 2009
Yes, and the 748 is a heavier bike - or should be once the 650 is
stripped for racing.
Randy Grein, WMRRA #41
On Jan 27, 2009, at 11:59 AM, Aaron Turner wrote:
> Actually, looking back at my notes, it does have the gold emulators...
> teach me for writing emails at @2:45am when I can't sleep. No idea
> about the rebound holes... I'll have to look when I replace the oil.
> I also got a set of .90 racetech's with the deal, sounds like that
> would be a better match?
> FWIW, I have .95's in my 748 w/ showa front end & penske rear setup by
> Catalyst Reaction and that combo seems to work really well- of course
> the showa USD's are quite a bit different then the sv forks.
> Thanks for all the tips everyone!
> On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 7:47 AM, Ernest Montague
> <afm199 at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> 1. 520 erv is a good chain 15-46 for Sears and THill
>> 2. That is too much spring and you need the emulators (braze the
>> holes shut)
>> 3. 20 wt plus with emulators
>> 4. OEM
>> On Jan 27, 2009, at 2:48 AM, Aaron Turner wrote:
>>> Assuming I can actually sell our townhouse, I'll be racing 650P in
>>> this year. Picked up a well cared for 1Gen race prepped bike, but
>>> there's a few things I do want to take care of first:
>>> 1. The chain needs to be replaced. Currently is a 525, figured
>>> as well switch to a 520 since I didn't get any extra sprockets in
>>> deal. 15 front, and what rear? I won't be making bwillow this
>>> so just need rears for Thill & Sears. AFAM sprockets? Is a DID
>>> good enough for a stock motor or go w/ the heavier 520ERV3?
>>> 2. Forks have .95 springs (I'm 180lbs so that sounds about right),
>>> but no emulators. Previous owner didn't seem to know anything
>>> that so I figured now would be a good time to change the oil.
>>> the archives it sounds like 20wt oil is a good starting point? Just
>>> put in what I take out or do people have suggestions on how much
>>> should be in there?
>>> 3. Are people using the OEM oil filter or ????
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