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Old June 9th, 2012, 01:25 PM   #16
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ok, then do it then if it's 'better'
...if you know more than the blokes who designed it, go right ahead
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Quat D x-box was the other one....sure there are more

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Hope you ride with ear plugs.
+1. Riding buddy has one on his SF1098 and it's obnoxiously loud... and that's just riding near it.

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Old June 12th, 2012, 08:09 PM   #20
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Wow thank you for the quick response, I looked into it and i think im sold its exactly what i am looking for.
Have one on my 1098s DD that is . Can I just say there are a few issues with these and the guys that sell them . Pipes sound good and perform too.
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Well what are the concerns with them and the guys who sell them? I'ld like to know

If you are worried about the geometry and weight shift...maybe a few less latte's and sammiches. Shed 10lbs. off the ole ass and keep the cans high! Otherwise the weight shift lower isn't going to do anything other then to help counterbalance the ole' fluff we like to carry around!....and for some, the manpurse
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Old June 12th, 2012, 08:33 PM   #22
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Size:  875.4 KB Trust me doesnt adversely affect the handling , Is loud but no louder than I4's . Havent done a track day on it as yet but with enlargened intakes , air filter , and fuel map upgrade it is getting decent hp. No room with eom bottom left fairing , seems DD dont want to talk about this.
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Old June 12th, 2012, 08:56 PM   #23
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Well what are the concerns with them and the guys who sell them? I'ld like to know

If you are worried about the geometry and weight shift...maybe a few less latte's and sammiches. Shed 10lbs. off the ole ass and keep the cans high! Otherwise the weight shift lower isn't going to do anything other then to help counterbalance the ole' fluff we like to carry around!....and for some, the manpurse
No real big issues. I ordered and paid 3k for the TI version, took 3 months to deliver , thats ok as they kept me informed, but I suggested that they could cancel my order and let it fill another of their waiting orders as I had purchased another bike and would probably sell the 1098 as std. and didnt want to be stuck with the pipes. Also said if they were on their way thats ok too. So they arrived and i have fitted them with the instructions to fit heat insulation between front header baffle and fairing,this I did, but there is still contact with the std fairing and of course it has melted to a bulge and discoloured the paint. I suggested by email that I could solve this by making a fibreglass version with allowances for clearance but could you give me any suggestions from your experience. Sent twice no response, I get sick of no contact from sellers after they take your money.
Same goes for the CF air runners offered out there , THEY DONT SEAL LIKE eom intakes. Most of the air sucks straight past the outside of the filter between the airbox. How many guys out there are going to ruin engines because of this. I've queried sellers of this and they dont respond. Also purchased a set of 30mm offset triples and have probs with alignment due to what i claim is a machining alignment of the fork holes, but after the money goes thru , end of dialogue , pisses me off.
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Old June 12th, 2012, 09:53 PM   #24
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Hey Tas
What triple clamps did you buy? Where from?

Have seen a couple that needed a final 'linish' to get a perfect fit.
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Old June 12th, 2012, 10:19 PM   #25
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No room with eom bottom left fairing , seems DD dont want to talk about this.
I noticed on DD's website in the pics that the left fairing has a large area cut out of it.
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Old June 12th, 2012, 11:31 PM   #26
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What triple clamps did you buy? Where from?

Have seen a couple that needed a final 'linish' to get a perfect fit.
Mitchell black non adjustable from Dan Kyle. Bike tracks ok, corners beautifully, brakes straight but I swear the clipons and top clamp are turned slightly to the right not much but I can notice. The locator pins on the clipons are how they should be. The fork legs are parallel as well. How do you Linish ??
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Old June 12th, 2012, 11:46 PM   #27
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I noticed on DD's website in the pics that the left fairing has a large area cut out of it.
On the back of the lower fairing , but its the front where the baffle is that is the hottest. I could cut it out like the 1199 ?? But it may look a bit ordinary. I thought I could use a heat gun and really push it out more to create a decent gap ? Any ideas anyone.
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Old June 13th, 2012, 01:00 AM   #28
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Mitchell black non adjustable from Dan Kyle. Bike tracks ok, corners beautifully, brakes straight but I swear the clipons and top clamp are turned slightly to the right not much but I can notice. The locator pins on the clipons are how they should be. The fork legs are parallel as well. How do you Linish ??
linish/hone.. not sure of the right term, but I have seen a set of clamps that were milled to 55.8mm instead of 56mm in the lower - and they just needed a really light touch up on the mill.

Yours should be perfect - as DK had them all done with a professional CNC. Are your forks straight?
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Old June 13th, 2012, 01:41 AM   #29
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linish/hone.. not sure of the right term, but I have seen a set of clamps that were milled to 55.8mm instead of 56mm in the lower - and they just needed a really light touch up on the mill.

Yours should be perfect - as DK had them all done with a professional CNC. Are your forks straight?
Thanks, I installed them myself refitted them completely 3x , rotated the fork uppers as well , did everything up in sequence. It was ok with OEM clamps although they have a different shape to the top clamp. I have put two straight edges across top and bottom of forks and are parallel . I've stopped looking at them now and dont want to do the exercise of reinstalling the OEM again. Wont hurt to check next time font end is off for a service , thanks again
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So what are you doing with the under-tail fairing shape, Taz?
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