Made a good deal of difference i can tell down low. I think i want to go +2 in the rear though. Overall it feels nice and smoothed out the gears alittle better. Just thought Id share.
real easy man, Impact gun, took 5 seconds. Ill be at Moto GP also but ill be working their equipment and handling bikes and loading them onto the airplanes :-D
Can you trailer the bike to a tire shop? I bet you could slip someone $5 and they'd have it off for you in a second using their impact.My air tank was only 120 psi, so when hitting the impact it goes to about 95. That nut is torqued at about that plus loctite. 3' breaker bar didn't work either. Trying a bigger compressor next week. -1 +2
Me too...wait...wish i had that kinda money.
Yea...I'm not a big guy...5'11", 160...so I have to get tools to do it for me...haha. Gearing and brake lines will be here today. Hoping that my sharkskinz will be here before not this, but next weekend so I can get them painted...but I'm betting that's not going to happen. My next track day is Aug. 20th...I'm hoping to have everything completely painted by then, but not holding my breath.I just did it with some buddies. -1 +2. We had to use a BIG breaker bar and a BIG guy, lol
I get offers all the time. My bike was paid for on the kawasaki good times credit card. It had low interest for 2 years, then goes up. I got an offer from discover for 0% for a year and no balance transfer fees, so I switched it immediately. Now I have a 0% interest bike loan and have a high enough limit to where I can still put stuff on it and not be over 50% of the limit.damn you and your intrest free~ lol good luck with everything and your track day!
im roughly around the 100 mph mark at around 10k rpm in 6th with -1 +2Impact wrench and and hand on rear brake. Came right off. Even swapped my chain to a green one. First thing I noticed during test ride is that the low rpm jerkiness is for the most part eliminated. Throttle repsponse is better. I am curious as to how +2 in the rear will feel. Although I dont want to give up too much top end.