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01-28-2004 10:20 PM
djice929
Re: Okay, got an M4 coming, Sato rear set parts, and a PCIII...

The local boys and I had a beautiful ride this past Saturday: we rode through Santa Paula, Ojai, onto highway 150 and then 33--the most awesome arrangements of perfectly curved roads I have ever seen!! The Dunlop D208GPS were earning theier keep--some of the sweeper were super long and perfectly clean... heaven! I even swapped bikes for a few miles with a friend on a Hayabusa--sure, great power and all that, but I found myself missing my 929. I thought I would miss the power and handling of my TLR a bit more, but this Honda is really growing on me!


I got excited just reading that... felt like i was there along with you.
01-28-2004 4:57 PM
Pete
Re: Okay, got an M4 coming, Sato rear set parts, and a PCIII...

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Originally Posted by Erwin8r
LOL!! I guess I'd beter yank the akro off the TL and send it back before someone accuses me of being a bike pimp...
Just the fact that you own a Suzuki...uh...nevermind.
01-28-2004 4:18 PM
Erwin8r
Re: Okay, got an M4 coming, Sato rear set parts, and a PCIII...

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Originally Posted by Pete
What are you, some kind of IDIOT? Don't you know that a carbon M4 exhaust is for racers only, and is a complete waste of money unless you are a superbike racing star? Yo, boyeee, U wastin U bennies just doin' it for the BLING dawg! Werd.
LOL!! I guess I'd beter yank the akro off the TL and send it back before someone accuses me of being a bike pimp...
01-28-2004 2:15 PM
ND4SPD
Re: Okay, got an M4 coming, Sato rear set parts, and a PCIII...

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extended shift-shaft clamp

Clever
01-28-2004 2:12 PM
Pete
Re: Okay, got an M4 coming, Sato rear set parts, and a PCIII...

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Originally Posted by Erwin8r
got an M4 coming
What are you, some kind of IDIOT? Don't you know that a carbon M4 exhaust is for racers only, and is a complete waste of money unless you are a superbike racing star? Yo, boyeee, U wastin U bennies just doin' it for the BLING dawg! Werd.
01-28-2004 1:54 PM
Erwin8r
Re: Okay, got an M4 coming, Sato rear set parts, and a PCIII...

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Originally Posted by CanyonCarver
Very cool! I like the clever use of Sato parts to get the GP-shift setup.



My favorite run... If you haven't already, next time continue up 33 to Cerro Noroeste and hang a right. It takes you back to Frazier Park at the 5. If you like perfectly curved roads, you will love it.
Thanks! Actually, we were about to do that (and even loop back to hit Lakewood), but the threatened rains finally caught up to us... I've been riding Angeles Crest, Idyllwild, and Mulholland all of my life, so it was refreshing to hit new roads--the fact that they were superbly laid out and clean was a huge bonus!

By the way, does anyone haev the specs for the 02 resistor modification?
01-28-2004 2:35 AM
CanyonCarver
Re: Okay, got an M4 coming, Sato rear set parts, and a PCIII...

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Originally Posted by Erwin8r
The other cool thigs is the Sato Rear Set "Parts"--I'm going to use my Attacke Rearsets, but will purchase the SATO extended shift-shaft clamp and the linkage from Kyle racing...problem solved!! Reversible shift pattern, and I don't haev to spend $475!!!!
Very cool! I like the clever use of Sato parts to get the GP-shift setup.

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Originally Posted by Erwin8r
The local boys and I had a beautiful ride this past Saturday: we rode through Santa Paula, Ojai, onto highway 150 and then 33--the most awesome arrangements of perfectly curved roads I have ever seen!! The Dunlop D208GPS were earning theier keep--some of the sweeper were super long and perfectly clean... heaven! I even swapped bikes for a few miles with a friend on a Hayabusa--sure, great power and all that, but I found myself missing my 929. I thought I would miss the power and handling of my TLR a bit more, but this Honda is really growing on me!
My favorite run... If you haven't already, next time continue up 33 to Cerro Noroeste and hang a right. It takes you back to Frazier Park at the 5. If you like perfectly curved roads, you will love it.
01-27-2004 7:12 PM
Erwin8r
Okay, got an M4 coming, Sato rear set parts, and a PCIII...

...I can't wait to tear into my bike!

the M4 is off eBay (yeah, a bit used), but in nice shape, with a carbon can (bling, bling...). I'd like to rig-up a resistor (any info regarding specs would be great), and I'll see if I can get some dyno time at my local tuner's shop to dial in the PCIII.

The other cool thigs is the Sato Rear Set "Parts"--I'm going to use my Attacke Rearsets, but will purchase the SATO extended shift-shaft clamp and the linkage from Kyle racing...problem solved!! Reversible shift pattern, and I don't haev to spend $475!!!!

The local boys and I had a beautiful ride this past Saturday: we rode through Santa Paula, Ojai, onto highway 150 and then 33--the most awesome arrangements of perfectly curved roads I have ever seen!! The Dunlop D208GPS were earning theier keep--some of the sweeper were super long and perfectly clean... heaven! I even swapped bikes for a few miles with a friend on a Hayabusa--sure, great power and all that, but I found myself missing my 929. I thought I would miss the power and handling of my TLR a bit more, but this Honda is really growing on me!

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