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They made me move my car when i was washing it on the lawn. I was arguing with him but then stopped once i realized that he could've gave me a ticket.
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Rich do you have any recommendations on a clutch? Something not far from stock.
Ram or McLeod. Star is OK as well I heard good things about the F1Racing clutch.

Stay away from Centerforce.
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my 85 had a centerforce dual friction clutch lol.

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Did you get put in advanced by the org or did you put yourself there?

At least get some proper springs and some new oil in there, change the seals too. Racetech makes springs.
They said we could ride A if we would like to. I don't want to be fast yet like I do but I am just trying to get consistent with lines and bp also have been extending my brake markers. Obviously as I improve on all of the above my lap times drop and I get faster. I am definitely not one to try to get into any group I was fine riding in C until I got kicked out.

I am going to focus on the forks for now. I will worry about the rear next spring sometime. I just don't have the money to fork out for a rear shock just yet but I have plenty of time till June

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Just make sure it will all be done by the time you're ready to hit the track. You dont want to ride around on a raised front without the rear being raised.

I rode for one year with the rear raised 5.5mm and flushed forks in the front. The next year I did the fork extenders, valve kit and revalved the rear shock and it felt like a totally different bike.
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my 85 had a centerforce dual friction clutch lol.

Summit? or where do you order from?
I dont know, I havent had to buy a clutch in a very long time.
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Just make sure it will all be done by the time you're ready to hit the track. You dont want to ride around on a raised front without the rear being raised.

I rode for one year with the rear raised 5.5mm and flushed forks in the front. The next year I did the fork extenders, valve kit and revalved the rear shock and it felt like a totally different bike.
I was just planning on doing springs and valve kit and raising at the end of next season
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OK, I would suggest against raising the front or the rear by itself, but getting into the geometry is where you will notice huge differences.
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OK, I would suggest against raising the front or the rear by itself, but getting into the geometry is where you will notice huge differences.
Yea I am not going to change the stance until I can do it at the same time how much did you spend to change the geometry
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I found online Racetech Springs for 105 for the fronts, and 105 for the rear. The front valve kit for 149 and I would assume the rear would be close to the same price.

Those parts as well as the the GP fork extenders shouldn't cost you that much, I am not sure how much you are looking to spend.
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I found online Racetech Springs for 105 for the fronts, and 105 for the rear. The front valve kit for 149 and I would assume the rear would be close to the same price.

Those parts as well as the the GP fork extenders shouldn't cost you that much, I am not sure how much you are looking to spend.
Was hoping for around 450 for the front and unsure on the rear was hoping to pick up a rear off a wrecked race bike looking through the wera forums and what not
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Fork cap extenders go for around 200 dollars. that is all you need to raise the front.

The rear can be done a couple different ways, I used machine washers, they are precision ground and perfectly flat, they cost me around 6 bucks for 3 which came out to 5.5mm. Or you can spend big bucks and get the Yosh upper clevis.
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Hmm that's not too bad maybe I will do that too before spring then I just need to figure out what I am doing with the rear shock and how important it is that I do something with it. Rather that be just have new oil put in it or replace it or respring and revolve it
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Hmm that's not too bad maybe I will do that too before spring then I just need to figure out what I am doing with the rear shock and how important it is that I do something with it. Rather that be just have new oil put in it or replace it or respring and revolve it
Hang tight before you do anything, I have a set of 1.05 fork springs I might be willing to part with real cheap. AND if I find a good deal on a aftermarket shock I might have a a fully set up and ready to go shock I might also be looking to get rid of.
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Hang tight before you do anything, I have a set of 1.05 fork springs I might be willing to part with real cheap. AND if I find a good deal on a aftermarket shock I might have a a fully set up and ready to go shock I might also be looking to get rid of.

JRI double is $900
JRi triple is $1200

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JRI double is $900
JRi triple is $1200

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Ill look into the double. I have to see what my cost is on an Ohlins. I know a lot of people like the JRI, but I wont know the difference, and I can get Ohlins at work at dealer cost.

Ill have to check out the JRi.

I wonder how cheap I can find a JRi double for
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Joe, you should talk to someone over there.

There website SUCKS.
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Joe, you should talk to someone over there.

There website SUCKS.
Agreed the site sucks bad and I won't be purchasing anything until mid January so I will definitely hold tight for whatever you end up selling .
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