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    Man, If you really have some extra cash and you want to be the one and only. I saw a turbo conversion done using some audi TT parts I belive the guys that did it live in Hungary. That would be something out of this world with just an extra 2k euros or so. 250 bhp with that body and maybe some ohlins forks and shock game over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciobulus View Post
    Man, If you really have some extra cash and you want to be the one and only. I saw a turbo conversion done using some audi TT parts I belive the guys that did it live in Hungary. That would be something out of this world with just an extra 2k euros or so. 250 bhp with that body and maybe some ohlins forks and shock game over.
    Great idea but i dont have that much cash. If all the mods work and the engine runs perfect, the next step will be the 1100cc or if possible 1200cc,60mm tb's and bigger valves as in the sp model.

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    going to look the dogs please keep the pickys comming

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    That is going to be a very special motorcycle.

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    thats nice, you gonna need some 'tuonoesque' coil covers there
    ck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carbon Kid View Post
    thats nice, you gonna need some 'tuonoesque' coil covers there
    ck
    as i fitted the 06 heads,i only need 2 coils,so they will be placed somewhere between the radiator and the engine,something like that, i have to make some homework first

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    thats a good idea matey
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    diabolico, whats the updates matey?

    Deacs

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    Subscribing as I want to see the finished article

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    hi. the time to work on it is not much,but i've been doing some things,the exhausts are already fitted,but i had to cut the akra tubes to make them fit.now after installing the wiring i've been working on the rear,i dont have much space to put everything inside,and about that i have a doubt,is there any problem having the rectifier over the ecu? is not directly on the ecu,i've made a suport for it. I have some pics of it,would love to have some comments about it,and positive




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    I deffo would NOT do that diabolico, the reg/rec runs very hot and you don't want that heat near your ecu - you should also put it somewhere that there is airflow.

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    yes,i really didn't wanted to do this,but what if you dont have any more space to put it,beside leaving it outside the fairing? the rectifier is almost 1cm separated from the ecu,i'm thinking of a way to redirect the air from the side openings under the seat (on the rsv4 the lines are there but is closed),something like a tube direct to there. beside that,i dont see any other way,theres just no more space.

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    how about here?

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    already tried there and no,also between the battery and the tank and no.theres no space. only there or i can make a cable and place it on the front,close to the radiator or something.

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    that idea sounds a lot better

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    here i am again after a long time. my project has been stoped but now is going to till it works. now i have to show the new oil tank made to fit inside the rsv4 fairing. it is made in stainless steel...






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    work of art that is matey

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    This look like a great project. I hope your keeping an inventory of all the little bits and peaces so you can sit back and see how much it owes you. Bet it`l look damn good for not alot.
    Keep it up!

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    I like that project. What about some new pics

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    Subscribed to this thread. We want more!

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