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Old 04-07-2012, 07:21 AM   #2566
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Ive been all over that site and cant find it

Little help please if you can find it

http://www.renazcoracing.com/index.c...&sortorder=ASC

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Are you looking for this???
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Old 04-07-2012, 07:45 AM   #2567
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exhaust questions

Does anyone know if the fmf ti q4 exhaust really needs repacking?
The instructions say every 20 hours. That seems really low, more like for a 2-stroke.

Is the high-temp silicone really needed? If so, which one? There so many.

I searched the exhaust thread, no dice...

Ack! Sorry for the questions...picking the bike up today !!

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Old 04-07-2012, 08:16 AM   #2568
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http://www.renazcoracing.com/index.c...&sortorder=ASC

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Are you looking for this???
Thats the one I have - just need the direction on how to properly use it
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Old 04-07-2012, 08:33 AM   #2569
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Does anyone know if the fmf ti q4 exhaust really needs repacking?
The instructions say every 20 hours. That seems really low, more like for a 2-stroke.

Is the high-temp silicone really needed? If so, which one? There so many.

I searched the exhaust thread, no dice...

Ack! Sorry for the questions...picking the bike up today !!
Why are you posting on here at 11. The dealership opened at nine...

I can guarantee that I will be scratching on the front door of the dealership at 9:55 on Wedensday...

And why have you not posted any pics yet.
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Old 04-07-2012, 08:41 AM   #2570
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Is your sag set properly??

IMHO,,that will effect alot on the front end,if it isn't set properly.I know Fran dont fit in the 180lbs standard the factorys like to stick too.
and if it isnt set right it will change your chassi dynamics and make it feel like your front end is light,and not planted,,,,just say'n.
I did not like the 606 on the front at all really. On, or off road. Off road it wants to pull the bars out of my hands at the slightest hint of a rut. On road they felt squirelly, once it broke in I could tolerate it.
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Old 04-07-2012, 08:58 AM   #2571
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I am totally honored to own this bike after hearing a story like this. Dude loved and cherished his bikes as much as I do
I can identify with this. The dude only had 2 years on me.
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Old 04-07-2012, 09:02 AM   #2572
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I did not like the 606 on the front at all really. On, or off road. Off road it wants to pull the bars out of my hands at the slightest hint of a rut. On road they felt squirelly, once it broke in I could tolerate it.
The 606 has been good for me, but I run a Scotts damper.
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Old 04-07-2012, 10:07 AM   #2573
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I can identify with this. The dude only had 2 years on me.
Wow thats awesome

Keep on Keepin on Brother

Hopefully I can keep on doing what I love for many many years
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Old 04-07-2012, 01:48 PM   #2574
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Why are you posting on here at 11. The dealership opened at nine...

I can guarantee that I will be scratching on the front door of the dealership at 9:55 on Wedensday...

And why have you not posted any pics yet.
Oh man you're calling me out!
Well, I had real life stuff to do....forced family fun..Easter weekend...glad I have a smart phone to pass the time.
Now for my true religion (j/k .... ...well, kinda) ..here it is!



So first impressions from a former GS rider:
The hydraulic clutch is like butter. OMG!
Brakes are great. Crushed my nuts.
Nice power. Got up to 90mph quick.
Nice gearing for the dirt, coming from my GS.
Love the ergos sitting and standing! I don't need risers. Nice wide footpegs.
Vibrates more than my GS. Hard to see in the mirrors. I knew this already when I bought the bike.
Light, confidence inspiring in the dirt (well in my backyard and some construction site).
Fun! I had a smile on the whole time.
This is my tallest and lightest bike. It fits me fine.
Lots of nice, small things that make this bike something other than a parts bin special. Wave rotors, for example.
I'm going to love this bike!

Something I learned from the dealer: better to wait until after the break-in to change out the filter and exhaust.

Ok Kirkster....now you're up!!!
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Old 04-07-2012, 02:34 PM   #2575
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Oh man you're calling me out!
Well, I had real life stuff to do....forced family fun..Easter weekend...glad I have a smart phone to pass the time.
Now for my true religion (j/k .... ...well, kinda) ..here it is!
Congrats!!!

Yes, you are going to love it. We should go for a ride sometime. I live in the Haight.

cheers
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Old 04-07-2012, 03:23 PM   #2576
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Oh man you're calling me out!
Well, I had real life stuff to do....forced family fun..Easter weekend...glad I have a smart phone to pass the time.
Now for my true religion (j/k .... ...well, kinda) ..here it is!

So first impressions from a former GS rider:
The hydraulic clutch is like butter. OMG!
Brakes are great. Crushed my nuts.
Nice power. Got up to 90mph quick.
Nice gearing for the dirt, coming from my GS.
Love the ergos sitting and standing! I don't need risers. Nice wide footpegs.
Vibrates more than my GS. Hard to see in the mirrors. I knew this already when I bought the bike.
Light, confidence inspiring in the dirt (well in my backyard and some construction site).
Fun! I had a smile on the whole time.
This is my tallest and lightest bike. It fits me fine.
Lots of nice, small things that make this bike something other than a parts bin special. Wave rotors, for example.
I'm going to love this bike!

Something I learned from the dealer: better to wait until after the break-in to change out the filter and exhaust.

Ok Kirkster....now you're up!!!
Looks really really nice...

Now the wait to get back home is really killing me.

Can't wait to go drop mine in the mud...

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Old 04-07-2012, 04:38 PM   #2577
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Can't wait to go drop mine in the mud...

K
been there done that!
now to do it again on the new bike!
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Old 04-07-2012, 06:02 PM   #2578
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OK time for a little update.

Got a little time to play with the bike today. Set the Leo Vince Ignition switch to a number while the bike was turned off - started it - and played in that setting. MUCH BETTER

AND the front wheel suddenly got lighter today was able to watch the angels playing in the clouds on several occasions. Got another 100 miles logged on the ticker today - 338 total. Bike feels nice and strong - even got some single track in - Im likin it more and more. Cept it stalled once or twice - might have to clean them injectors after all

Thanks for the advice all of you's
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Old 04-07-2012, 06:21 PM   #2579
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Vibrates more than my GS. Hard to see in the mirrors.

Thor,
The stock mirrors are crap.... they can vibrate themselves until the stalk breaks on rough roads....I like these:

DoubleTake Mirror: http://www.doubletakemirror.com/




Some more visuals.....http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=571500



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Old 04-07-2012, 06:28 PM   #2580
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OK time for a little update..... Cept it stalled once or twice - might have to clean them injectors after all ....Thanks for the advice all of you's
WWG,
My stock settings (a la KTM dealer) seemed to allow the bike to sometimes stall when rolling on the throttle from a dead stop if I didn't fan the clutch a bit (stop light/trail). Since Uller did his Tune ECU magic to the bike, it hasn't stalled in such conditions.....so that is another option to check out.

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