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.
I was lucky enough to get ahold of one of these intakes from Steady Garage. It's a quality piece and is super easy to install. It also comes with the fairing brace so your plastics aren't flapping in the wind. The intake improved throttle response. I can feel the pull now. Also am able to get...
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
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...
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
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...