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post #881 of 915 (permalink) Old 06-30-2007, 02:59 AM
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Cassos, where did you get those turn signals, they look like they would solve my problem...thanks.

I got some just like those at Cycle Gear

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I got some just like those at Cycle Gear
Bingo, I bought them at Cycle Gear, inexpensive and look great!


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Hereís my little Sunday ride, went out a different way and had the road loop back on me. Took a trip up a deactivated forest service road. Too bad about the camera phone pics, I wasnít planning this so the nice camera stayed home.


On the way up out of the treeís. Mt Ida.


Looking west across the valley


The lake, our house is top left cornerish on the close low hill


Little further up.

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Where I turned around.


Look itís me in the middle!


One more of the valley, too bad the phone lens really flattens things out, thereís a decent drop off the left.


Back home looking to the trail.

The Pirelliís did well on the rocks, dirt hardpack but were loose on the water crossings, rocks, and gravel. Iíll be doing a few more of this detours!
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post #885 of 915 (permalink) Old 07-02-2007, 01:27 AM
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Your camera is working just fine....It looks beautiful, I'm sure it is nice having something like that to look at & ride when you want.

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post #888 of 915 (permalink) Old 07-19-2007, 10:49 PM
 
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Dyno-ed my '06 610 today.
Set-up: Smog crap removed
Rejetted (180 main, 45 pilot)
Irridium sparkplug
LV slip-on

Any feedback appreciated
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post #889 of 915 (permalink) Old 07-19-2007, 10:58 PM
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I have exactly the same setup,
I was hoping it would go above 50
getting closer to 60
Now that is real wheel, power right?

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Dyno-ed my '06 610 today.
Set-up: Smog crap removed
Rejetted (180 main, 45 pilot)
Irridium sparkplug
LV slip-on

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post #890 of 915 (permalink) Old 07-20-2007, 01:52 PM
 
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Now that is real wheel, power right?
Yup it is.
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post #891 of 915 (permalink) Old 07-20-2007, 04:35 PM
 
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A/F and power curves look good!
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A/F and power curves look good!
I'm gonna lean out the pilot to cure that rich dip off the start.
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I'm gonna lean out the pilot to cure that rich dip off the start.
I'm running a 42 pilot. Thinking about trying a 40.
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I'm running a 42 pilot. Thinking about trying a 40.
I dropped the pilot from a 45 to a 42 today. It seemed a little snappier on the bottom but popped alot on decel. I'm gonna take it back to the dyno guys Mon and let 'em sniff 'er again to see where it puts it on the chart.

I ran the 180 main/45 pilot combo once I read it on this thread but now I can't remember what was in there as stock, can you?
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The stock pilot was a 50 and I think the main was a 175 or 180.


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I dropped the pilot from a 45 to a 42 today. It seemed a little snappier on the bottom but popped alot on decel. I'm gonna take it back to the dyno guys Mon and let 'em sniff 'er again to see where it puts it on the chart.

I ran the 180 main/45 pilot combo once I read it on this thread but now I can't remember what was in there as stock, can you?
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Stock was 172, OBDVR 4th, [email protected].
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Yeeeehaaa!!!

Damn Dudes,

WHat a difference!

I have followed this post for a few months and long ago I ordered the LV slipon, JD kit etc but only got it on yesterday.

I also put a 42 sprocket in the back and opened the airbox.
(seems like those are std mods in this group

But WOW what a difference! If anyone on here is contemplating doing this I urge you to go ahead.

Now the bike runs like it should - finally.

Man it was kind of lame before but now

He he he he he

I also stripped off most of my plastics and the bike looks so much more like a street fighter - pictures coming shortly.

Thanks all for your kind advise on this post - wouldn't have made it without ya'!

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Where to service the SM 610 in Miami / FLL area?

I think I saw someone having written a note here about who could service the SM 610 in and around Miami / FLL area. My bike's running fine with the JD jetting kit, new slipon etc but I'd like to have someone fine tune it and make sure I haven't missed anything (approaching 1000miles, mostly on one wheel).

Anyone knows?

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Holy Shite, my eyes are bleeding............

Thats one hell of a forum y'all put together. Just got my 610 two weeks ago, it's my first "Thumper" after years of Ducati V Twins. All's I can say is WOW! Riding ACH on a single is a total blast and I have a feeling my poor Hypermotard might be doing a lot of sitting around and looking pretty.

My bike was purchased used and already had a Leo Vince system which I need to wrap in tape ASAP. I'm getting ready to swap the plug and hopefully lose the 4k stutter. I had Anti Market Anti-Market is your new PITSTOP! here in LA give the bike the once over, lose the smog, attach flush mount signals, redo the plate holder and soon we'll be drilling the airbox so my baby can breath.

Dukepilot, thanks for the advice over at Ducati.MS and Earl, I'll see you at SOW on December 7th.

Over-n-out,
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New Mods

Installed some black Behr rims (5" rear) with Factory Pro Billet Hubs and Moto Master brake rotors...

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Also a Flo Commander remote for on-the-fly jetting adjustment!

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