|Posted on Thursday, September 29, 2011 - 03:00 am: ||
any thing I can do to get it setup?
I got a penske shock in the back, and a chain drive. Im going to go with a smaller sprocket and pull my wheel back as much as I can.
Also what about suspension?
Stiffest and highest in the back or what?
tips? front end strap? how to secure it?
|Posted on Thursday, September 29, 2011 - 02:37 pm: ||
Lowest possible in rear. SOFT compression FIRM rebound. You want the bike to quickly squat and slowly rise. Definitely strap it , it is the cheapest and most beneficial improvement you can get for the bike. You will need to find a happy height for the front. Srart by just snugging it down. All you.are really trying to do is eliminate the 'pogo stick' effect the forks will get as you launch and transfer weight to the rear. The lower the front is- the better the wheel stays down - but- too low will cause wheelspin.
Run threaded rod through the front axle to fasten an approved strap.
Have FUN , as others have said...
|Posted on Friday, September 30, 2011 - 04:01 pm: ||
run my xb 1200 street legal stock arm,and motor ran 11.23 @ 123 mph
|Posted on Friday, September 30, 2011 - 06:37 pm: ||
well what are your tips?
Any pics on how you guys are strapping these things?
|Posted on Friday, November 18, 2011 - 02:15 pm: ||
I strapped it and then I did a best of 11.8 @ 103 (on the brakes, it was a bracket race)
My best trap was 11.9 @ 114
7.5 1/8th mile
94.79 mph 1/8th mile
9.81 1000 ft
11.84 1/4 mile et
103.26 1/4 mile MPH