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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 09-04-2019, 05:05 PM   #91
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in the case of chain vs most things, chains are self clearancing

this is especially true when it's hitting aluminum
Well it's real fucking close so it will self-clearance at some point! The back tyre on the YZ has a little bit of that criss-cross pattern from the chain


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unless you have a steel frame, then you end up pushing your chainless bike off the TT course at Hillbury

520 chains are good for making a little extra space
I don't plan on doing the TT tbh but I don't wanna be pushing any bikes anywhere.

I've fitted a 520 non O ring chain to give as much space as I can but this frame was designed for a 428 chain and a narrower wheel!




Fitted longer dogbones:




Bike sits perfect on the stand now:




Spring has plenty of room now:




Filters arrived:






Gotta put together a top hose coz the engine mount adapter plates are in the way of stock routing:




Test fitted silencer:







It's massive!


Got out my trusty Dongchao and marked it up:




And chopped it:




Having trouble finding a hanger for it. I really don't wanna gut it just to have a bracket welded on at the minute. I've got plenty of other shit to do.

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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 09-04-2019, 05:35 PM   #92
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isn't a 428 chain wider than a 520 chain?

A steering damper dampens steering oscillations. If it starts to leak, it may become a steering dampener. There's no such thing as a dampner.

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This may help with chains

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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 09-04-2019, 05:43 PM   #94
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You're right! Either way, the frame will need to make way.

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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 09-05-2019, 03:12 PM   #95
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The coils for these FZRs are all about 30 years old now and Thundercat ones don't fit the brackets in the frame so I got these new Hitachi coils:





They fit perfect and I wired them up the same as I've seen TCats wired so fingers crossed.



Got a digital temperature gauge:




It came with it's own sensor which threads straight into the stat housing!





Bought a 130mm Spal pusher fan to try n squeeze on the rad:





Test fitted front mudguard:




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Using the latest in cutting-edge technology, I can calculate exactly what my front wheel clearance is at full suspension travel:








About that much ^^^^

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Zorst is now stubby:




Pushed her outside to turn around and took this photo:


decided I don't like the R6 forks.

Pulled the front end off:




Got an R1 yoke to play with:




The ignition mounts are offset which is okay but they're also flush with the bottom of the new yoke:



I guess this is incase you decided not to run the stock ignition & steering lock but it means I'll need to get spacers turned up.


Made up some mounts and got the fan mounted:






R1 pegs don't match rear FZR ones:




Got R1 rears but they don't go straight on:



They will fit though.


Shortened a lot of wires & started prepping for a Koso dash:




Made up a rubber shield thing:



I'm hoping to get this to kind of seal against the tank, making a sort of airbox out of the underside of the tank.

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I think the main reason why the billet triple doesn't go all the way down to the ignition mount location is cost: you'd have to use way more material to make it that way. with a stock cast one it isn't that much extra.

The TopYokes triple I have has threaded holes in the bottom like that, and then comes with set screws to use as studs and threaded spacers. I think that's a nicer setup than basic spacers and long bolts.

A steering damper dampens steering oscillations. If it starts to leak, it may become a steering dampener. There's no such thing as a dampner.

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Yes, you're obviously right - cost. It works for me coz I can put the yoke as low as possible and space the ignition accordingly.

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All the way from the USA:



2006 5VY R1S Triple.

And I was all geared up to get down the road and have the stems swapped out but a test-fit revealed...




It's the right length.

Like, exactly the right length:




So don't believe everything you read on the internet.


I had to change the top bearing & drill out this cover:




Picked up some 4XV/5JJ forks from the God of R1's:




And it all just bolts together. Even the lock stops are in the right place





Much happier

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