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This is a discussion on Super Stock dirt SF within the Grom Builds forums, part of the Honda Grom Forums category; Figured I'd start my build log post basic mods, intake/exhaust/tuner + bars, fender eliminator, etc. Picked up my Red 2018 Non-ABS SF on 5/1/18, paid ...

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    Super Stock dirt SF

    Figured I'd start my build log post basic mods, intake/exhaust/tuner + bars, fender eliminator, etc.

    Picked up my Red 2018 Non-ABS SF on 5/1/18, paid $3,899.00 out the door.

    The bike currently has 1,223 miles on it, and I've started building it up for the eventual super 125 kit.

    Mods as of 8/15/18:
    Pro Taper klx110 bars w/ pillow top grips
    Neverlandback mirrors
    JT 14t front sprocket
    ZoOM Loop Full Exhaust
    Chimera intake w/ K&N RC-1060
    Blaster-X integrated tail light
    LED Relay
    Tst flush mount front signals
    Fork You 3M Satin Dark Gray fork wrap
    Dobeck Performance EJK (meh)
    Vagabond Motorsports cargo rack / fender delete
    Pelican 1400 hard case
    Kitaco clutch cover
    OTB V2 Chain tensioners
    Maxxis M6024 front 120/70-12 and rear 130/70-12
    Wolo 419 air horn
    RAM X-grip phone holder


    In the mail:
    Aracer RCmini 5 ecu
    Aracer AF1 Wideband module
    Aracer DG1 digital gauge
    Aracer 4-1 splitter
    O2 bung
    12 O'clocklabs speedo healer

    I'll update this as my bank account slowly gets smaller.

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    Go man go!!

    Great build!
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    Koso 170 4V/34mm TB/Koso injector/ DIY intake/ aRacer Mini5 + AF1 + DG1
    Koso pump & chain tensioner/ Stock clutch ring / 60% stiffer springs
    Takegawa Crank Support Bearing / Takegawa Catch Can / Kitaco Clutch cover
    Clear cam sprocket cover/ Egay oil Cooler
    Ohlins F&R / Hindle exhaust w DB killer / Galfer brake line w EBC HH Pads
    Pro Taper grips, G2 throttle tube / Gromfatherz axle spacers
    Kepspeed alum. swingarm / Bar end mirror, RAM mount, USB Port
    Seat Concepts / Opmid V2


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    Now to get this bung welded on...

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    Not bad, exactly 10cm from the end of the elbow, and the sensor is just over 1cm into the pipe, just as the AF1 documentation specifies. Now to play with this aracer app...

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    Sick build! Where did you mount all your aracer components and tuck the wire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydrew View Post
    Sick build! Where did you mount all your aracer components and tuck the wire?
    Rcmini5 is tucked right where the stock ecu went, AF1 and associated connectors are taking up the whole under seat area, blink module is stuck to the inner fender with 3M VHB, and the 4-1 harness and excess wiring is tucked in the space between the gas tank and frame.

    After removing the charcoal canister there was a bunch of space, more than enough for the cables I needed to hide. I also have my Wolo 519 air horn on the left side of the bike, so there's even less room. But still, everything fits. Just have to figure out the best way to mount the DG1, and it is currently stuck in between the bar mounts on the klx110 bars. Not the best, but it'll do for now.

    Edit: I should learn to read more clearly...

    Flashed the first map at first, and noticed the tachometer wasn't displaying anything, a sign that the ecu is flashed for an OG Grom.

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    nice build

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    Super 125 kit arrived, just waiting on a few more engine staples and the new cylinder to arrive.

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    Nice dude! What’s the main difference why some of the dudes do the super 125 kit and why some do the big bore ? Obviously different displacement but if shelling out the coin, why not go big bore ?

    Sorry if it’s a ignorant question.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclesurferscott View Post
    Nice dude! What’s the main difference why some of the dudes do the super 125 kit and why some do the big bore ? Obviously different displacement but if shelling out the coin, why not go big bore ?

    Sorry if it’s a ignorant question.


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    I'd rather keep the stock bore and maintain as much of the Honda reliability as I can. I've heard good things about about RMW kits, so I figured if I was going to spend the coin, may as well try to keep the problems to a minimum. I know lots of riders have super quick, well tuned machines running big bore kits and or 4v heads, but it seems more of a gamble than the super 125 kit.

    I decided to keep the Grom on the road for the rest of the season and start once winter hits, so next spring hopefully I'll have some comments.

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