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    Top work Hooligan; keep the progress coming.

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    I got some time on the bike this weekend.
    My big airox didn't quite work- it was stopping the tank from sitting properly, so back to the normal airbox lid.
    I did a few laps of the neighbourhood, maybe 20ks. No leaks for anywhere, so that's a bonus.
    The smoking header wrap got me some interesting looks. A raucous V4 and so much smoke the bike should have been on fire. Pretty fucking cool.

    High beam stopped working, may just be a loose connection.
    and the program for the rapidbike just finished downloading, so I am hoping I can do some average mapping before Friday, but I may have to finish making the map as I ride down.
    more titanium than my bike

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    Good news you got it going and ride-able. Look forward to seeing it on Friday.
    Street Monster GSXR 7/11 water heater!
    Project R1 underway, The "Raven"

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooligan View Post
    No leaks for anywhere, so that's a bonus.
    I like this bit I was getting worried.

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    Your welding is beautiful, Gitz.
    Apart from Gitzy's welding, if anyone needs braided hoses or fittings, Auto One in Castle hill is awesome.
    A wall full of raceworks fittings, hose, and the right cutting tools.
    I went in last Saturday, they cut a new piece of hose (under $10) and helped me fit it back together. They have some specialised tools from raceworks that means they will be able to sell all the gear as well as "officially" assemble it, too.
    Nice change from buying random shit from ebay.

    And I will be extending my headlight wiring. It's just a teensy bit short. Joy.
    Last edited by hooligan; 21-11-2017 at 01:54 PM.
    more titanium than my bike

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    Cheers for the tip Hooligan, come in handy when I upgrade

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    I may have to go to bed early on Friday night in cooma.
    I seem to find little things that I need to do before I can get to the big things, but I'll put in a couple late night.
    Intermittent problem with the front right indicators, so removed the connectors and soldered.
    Then the same thing with the headlights. Broken wire, no new connectors to replace the H4 plug, which meant I had to use a random 4 pin plug I had, and cut/solder/crimps new ends. Female side done, will do the male side tonight. On the plus side uit meant that since the airbox was back out to get to the harness, I thought I would reroute it a bit better.
    Then I noticed that one of the screw holes to screw the airbox lid on is threaded, so I will fix that with plastic epoxy tonight and use a self tapper.

    I cant wait to ride this fucking thing.
    more titanium than my bike

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    Ive given up on my custom rad and bought a new ebay TLR1000 top rad.
    Why?
    the custom one was good enough for high speed, but below average for traffic. And no room for more fans/better fans. Since its a 42mm core, the front of it just touched the new MT09 front guard. No room to move it up or back.
    So a choice between changing the rad and fork extensions.
    extensions would have solved clearance (and more ground clearance is always good) but wouldn't have solved the cooling.
    so new rad because it solves both.
    SV650 or TLR?
    SV650 is 10mm narrower, but isn't curved. And I KNOW the TLR works on my bike, with my forks, etc. And it usually has a lower rad, so I could do a water/oil heat exchanger down the track.
    So the TLR rad won. it got delivered today, and I'm getting the inlet side switched over (like I did for the last one) tomorrow.

    anyone want a fairly small radiator?
    more titanium than my bike

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    Ha. You live and learn, and now we have another radiator fact for the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooligan View Post
    anyone want a fairly small radiator?
    Dimensions?
    Timing is shit - I just bought a RSV4 rad for my project... lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gix11 View Post
    Ha. You live and learn, and now we have another radiator fact for the forum.
    and double thick core is not always better. At high speed, very good.
    commuting speeds its a bit shit because the air doesn't make it all the way through the rad, if you know what I mean.
    more titanium than my bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by GammaBoy View Post
    Dimensions?
    Timing is shit - I just bought a RSV4 rad for my project... lol.
    I'll measure it in the morning- my garage is outside and down a few sets of stairs. its about 350W x 140H x 42mm deep.
    25mm inlet on the right, 19mm outlet bottom left, bung for a thermo fan switch, etc etc. and M6 bosses on the sides of the tanks for... whatever.
    more titanium than my bike

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