for the metal sprocket it's a DALTON gear Company sprocket 25A20-101 3/8" bore,
this is a no fit and the way to make it fit is that you got to take the kitaco pin
and mount it on a small metal hollow stand off that has the right screw thread and screw the pin into the stand off and mount the stand off/pin on a drill press and use a fine sand paper and sand down the pin to fit the 3/8" bore of the metal sprocket. Make sure to remove the side plastics on both sides of the metal sprocket to expose the bearings to the oil for proper lubrication.
Currently running the cam kitaco 2 ( which brings nothing) I map kitaco and the tyga full exhaust alu. I would like to make the step to a 133 or 164.
I would like to run without oil cooler.
For the moment I hit max 60 mph.
With a lot of wind I can not pass 50 mph.
Engine has about...
I just removed the stock steel rear swing arm with its chain adjusters. It weighs in at just over 9 pounds. The Kepspeed aluminum rear swing arm is just over 5 pounds. This makes for a net weight reduction of 4 pounds. So far I've reduced the stock curb weight of 229 pounds down to 213 pounds...
So I have had this bike for over a month and today I started having an issue out of it where the RPMS would stay at 3000 rpms in first gear. Immediately I assumed there was an idle issue, but upon further inspection I noticed that if I put it in neutral it goes back to normal RPMs. Pulling the...
Hi, someone know what are the specs of the cam in the kitaco neo 181 BBK? I ask because after install I need top start tune using the Power Vision and this info can help me to find a closes tune to start from.
Thanks in advance, regards
Hey guys I recently made and printed a intake like a chimera intake and I notice a very noticeable loss in low end. I was wondering if any other pod intakes like that have a noticable loss in low end or if it was just my design