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    Super Grom

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    Suspension/Brakes/Handling
    - Ohlins fork kit
    - Ohlins rear shock
    - SS braided lines
    - Renthal Fatbar
    - Quick turn throttle
    - Chazzo levers
    - Rearsets
    - Hard Racing Shift Shaft Support Bracket
    - Kitaco Axle Shafts
    - Michelin tires

    Engine
    - Mtake intake
    - HMF low mount exhaust
    - DynoJet PCV

    Appearance

    - Stripped

    It's been slightly crashed, so some things will need replacing, such as rearsets, axles, etc. For now the goal is to get it cleaned up and working properly, then take it to dealer for fuel pump recall.

    I'm also changing the HMF low mount to a more tolerable sounding exhaust, the Mivv High-Mount, as I want a more quiet bike. I've got the Wideband 2 in a box as well for the PCV, which will be going on along with the new exhaust.

    This is my second Grom (first one was stolen). Still debating on what to do with motor. I will definitely change the cam out to a performance cam, I had a DCR on my previous Grom which worked great. Also considering the Super 125 kit from Ren Motoworks as well as potentially the Kitaco Neo 164cc, if I decide to go big bore. For now, not a priority. Will get to that at end of winter.

    Will update the thread as things move along.
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    i need to start a build page also... maybe next week lol.

    nice build though. i like the naked look.
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    Koso Cam is where its at............

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    Quote Originally Posted by CADGROM View Post
    i need to start a build page also... maybe next week lol.

    nice build though. i like the naked look.
    I like it too but probably not a good idea to run without lights/plates/signals. I think I'll go for a supermoto look as I'm putting it together..

    Started this thread partly to keep track of all the things I do to it.


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    Koso Cam is where its at............
    Thanks, I'll check it out.

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    Go Takegawa 181-4v, Aracer mini-2+, Koso 34mm-10 hole F/I, 16/32 sprocket, external oil cooler, Kitaco clutch side cover, SMS clutch and springs, Crank Case oil catcher and you are good to go.

    I have two Takegawa's 181-4v groms and they haul balls way better than my old 170-2v or 183-2v using the old PCV-WB02 setup.

    Learning curve is mapping the fuel using the Aracer.

    Biggest plus on any BBK kit is doing your porting and intake pipe port matched to the head that is used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CiscoSanJose View Post
    Go Takegawa 181-4v, Aracer mini-2+, Koso 34mm-10 hole F/I, 16/32 sprocket, external oil cooler, Kitaco clutch side cover, SMS clutch and springs, Crank Case oil catcher and you are good to go.

    I have two Takegawa's 181-4v groms and they haul balls way better than my old 170-2v or 183-2v using the old PCV-WB02 setup.

    Learning curve is mapping the fuel using the Aracer.

    Biggest plus on any BBK kit is doing your porting and intake pipe port matched to the head that is used.
    I want to retain stock bore or be close to it.

    I know the Aracer is great and that's what I'd go with if I was starting from scratch, but I already have the PCV and WB2 kit, so might as well use it.

    Got the MIVV exhaust from MNNTHBX, seems like a great quality. Going to be removing the HMF and selling it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheburashka View Post
    I want to retain stock bore or be close to it.

    I know the Aracer is great and that's what I'd go with if I was starting from scratch, but I already have the PCV and WB2 kit, so might as well use it.

    Got the MIVV exhaust from MNNTHBX, seems like a great quality. Going to be removing the HMF and selling it.

    100% with you on the stock bore thing. The super stock kit is pretty appealing, IMO. There's also the 133, 143, and 164 kits. I'm in the same boat as you.

    Also, sending you a PM!

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    I beg to differ!! DCR cams for the win!
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    Fitted the MIVV exhaust with MNTTHBX header.

    Almost as quiet as stock yet very free flowing. Not the best looking IMO, but it's very practical and well made (in Italy).

    Hooked up the PCV as well. What a disaster. Half the wires are way too long, the stupid wire nuts on the WBC2 are infinitely worse than an actual connector, and the gauge literally has the PCB exposed to open air, so any sort of waterproofing is out of the question.

    I've had a Dobeck AFR+ before this and honestly it seems like it was better built for the Grom, maybe because the PCV is a very universal device whereas the AFR+ is bike specific.

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    My ghetto fab gauge mount.

    Tune is a little off in some areas but overall decent. Need to get the hang of the Dynojet software.

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