Billet FCR Velocity Stacks

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by CosentinoEngineering, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. kamanya

    kamanya Andrew to most

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    If I was a continent and an ocean closer I'd come over and pass beer.

    I'm sure that's the stuff they make nicasil from. :lol3
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  2. RibRoy

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  3. mookymoo

    mookymoo Mookish Mook

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    Spring is around the corner .... was there any progress on the chokes during winter? :ear
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  4. mookymoo

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    Hm. I had heard unconfirmed reports of this...
    I also heard there was some working being done getting a rotweiler air filter that would fit the FCR's and wouldnt have the height issue for the SE...
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  5. mookymoo

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    Er... in this same thread!

    How has this come along? :ear
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  6. RibRoy

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    It was me that linked Rottweieler and Cosentino together. Theres ha been a slow progress. Cosentino has just got som filter from Rottweiler as far as I know. The reason I connected them was only because I already had a Rottweiler filter ( Whery pleased with it) and also heard that KN often let dust trough. I ordered "The full Monty" and was told that this was a bolt on.
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  7. 950smr

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    Any progress on a filter that will work on an se?
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  8. sakurama

    sakurama on an endless build

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    Not sure about the SE but this would probably work. I just found the photos from Chris this morning in an email and didn't know he was even working on it. It's now on my bike awaiting dyno testing (our dyno is down for repairs) but it looks pretty close to a final prototype.

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    Hopefully I'll get the chance to ride the bike this weekend and see how it compares to the K&N setup.

    Gregor
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  9. kamanya

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    Oh FFS! When will it end?
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  11. mookymoo

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    Hurrah! :clap

    Now... for those chokes! :lol3
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  12. RibRoy

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    Absolutely, Cosentino said earlier this year that CPR and chokes will be ready this season. Although my bike runs ok with no choke, the plastick stacks and small filters I really would like to get the real "full monty"
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  13. JRod152

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    Any updates on this setup?
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  14. sakurama

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    Business has really picked up for Chris this year, which is good, but it's not motorcycles that pays the bills. Fortunately we're building a bike for Rev'It! and the bike will be getting the full kit with the Rottweiler filter so the base will need to be finished soon. Watch that thread for info.

    Gregor

    PS As for the chokes, they're on my bike and it's now cold in Portland so I'll start testing that soon.
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  15. mookymoo

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  16. CosentinoEngineering

    CosentinoEngineering Been here awhile

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    Hi all, its about time for an update on all things KTM and FCR. I appreciate all of the interest shown in these products but unfortunately I'm just not set up here to do these types of retail product. Retail/web sales is a tough nut to crack and those that do have my admiration.

    That said, I'm passing off these products to fellow ADV inmate Craig Johnson, aka 'cjracer'. Craig already makes a bunch of good products and has obviously gotten the web sales technique down a hell of a lot better than I ever did.

    I've sent him the info on the billet velocity stacks, low tension throttle springs and the TPS bracket. Depending on the level of interest he could finish work on the Rott-style intake that fit the SE and SM versions and maybe even finish up the FCR choke tuning. Not as relevant to this list but there has also been some interest from the Ducati crowd for versions of the stacks and TPS for the 900SS. If anyone is interested in these products please email Craig at craig@cjdesignsllc.com and he'll put you on a list for the first production run. He does not monitor the ADV list as often as you'd think and its better to keep him in the shop making parts so email is the preferred contact method!

    Again, thanks to all for the interest so far and hopefully Craig will be able to breathe new life into these products and be a reliable source for them.


    Chris
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