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« Reply #90 on: March 28, 2012, 08:34:19 PM »

Had a bad weekend. Sols seat and rear fairing came off during a pass. Worse was when my oil pan busted on launch and I did not realize it until near the traps. God's good and everything turned out ok. I did not crash and new cut pan is ready to come on. I did a patch job on old pan and fired up bike since it was at 14K rpm and no oil last time I rode it, lol. Checked oil after bringing boke to operating temps and no metal in it. Switching clutches soon! Going slider now. Tired of trying to keep a sharp clutch hand. Slider does it for you. You dont even have to have a clutch lever anymore. Just go WOT and hold on if you have autoshift. The model I am looking at allows you to retain the lever so you can ride to and from pits without a tow. You can also adjust it for street use, lockup, multistage lockup, handslider, etc..... Going to cost about 1800 bucks all together!
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« Reply #91 on: April 07, 2014, 10:14:22 PM »

Very nice build...
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