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Kaw Man


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posted May 12, 2012 10:55 AM        
I got my fly out and the 14r still got in safe mode when doing burn out. My 60ft was a 1.63 but only ran 6.27 at 118.95 maybe it was the gear 17-40
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CraZX14


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posted May 12, 2012 12:11 PM        
I'm thinking something's wrong with the bike if both: A) secondary flys are removed, and B) TC is turned off and it's acting strange on the burnout. Any other mods? 6.27 is a good time if you're fighting wheelies at swb.
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Kaw Man


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posted May 12, 2012 03:55 PM        
The bike has a Brock's CT Meg, PCV, street map, lower link, Secondary remove, clutch mod, and a 175 mile on it. Im going to put 16-40, bike is 60" now do you think Im down on power. 118.95 mph in 1/8 mile
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CraZX14


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posted May 12, 2012 10:01 PM        
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The bike has a Brock's CT Meg, PCV, street map, lower link, Secondary remove, clutch mod, and a 175 mile on it. Im going to put 16-40, bike is 60" now do you think Im down on power. 118.95 mph in 1/8 mile


I never said it was down on power, I'm saying safe mode isn't suppose to matter if you have the flies out and TC off . . .
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