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Project My Fizzer

Discussion in 'Your 250cc Projects' started by GreyImport, Sep 24, 2012.

  1. my67xr

    my67xr Bike Enthusiast Staff Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    Just looking at the Gearing Commander site and @ 118kmph you would be going over the line at about 15000 rpm's in 3rd gear
    With a 15T front sprocket you would be crossing the finish line @ 14550 rpm's in 4th
    And with a 13T you'd be crossing the line @ 14600 in 5th gear

    https://www.gearingcommander.com/
     
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    GreyImport Administrator Staff Member The Chief Contributing Member

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    I would have to find my time sheets but heres a speed from one of Franks posts

    10.20 @ 110

    I think 3rd gear ...... I was hitting the limiter really easily so gear changing needs some experimenting and more test runs

    Hitting the line in 4th with some clutchless shifting would be interesting
     
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    Nec minute... @GreyImport googles FZR250 3LN quick shifters
     
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    Murdo The Good Doctor Staff Member Premium Member Ride and Events Crew Contributing Member

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    I went from 17 down to 15 for the CBR. This gets me across the line in 4th gear around 16,000 rpm.
     
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    Frankster See the World before you leave it Staff Member Premium Member Ride and Events Crew

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    I run standard gearing on the ZXR (14/48) and I'm either close to the limit in 3rd or just changing into 4th. Thinking I might go to 13T front to see what affect that has. My fastest speed over the 1/8 is 121kph, but can't recall if it was in 3rd or just into 4th.
     
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    This question from my earlier post was probably lost in the ongoing sprocket discussion ..... @my67xr or anyone?
     
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    YEAH, NAH - we're known as White Man Magic Masters, I do not know the "electrical honky's" to whom you refer - so I'm just going to ignore you until you show us the respect and adoration that we deserve
     
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    No Jaycar dont keep them, i don't remember seeing them anywhere other than our Yamaha's either

    I had a couple of spare harness to coil lead's from some old coil's, so wired them up to the COP loom, they use the standard Narva type spade terminal's.
    And you can unclip them out of the plastic holder's and clip the new one's in

    https://www.jaycar.com.au/6-3mm-non-insulated-spade-connectors-pk-10/p/PT4630


    Using the old coil plastic's plug's and socket's allow's me to substitute the original coil's back in if i ever need to
    And it make sure i connect the coil's the right way around so the right spark plug's fire at the right time, eg yellow to yellow, white to white (white plug's are hiding below the yellow's)

    [​IMG]
     
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    There's a few good choices amongst this lot - the first one on this page

    https://www.jaycar.com.au/outdoors-...ve-connectors/c/1CH?q=:popularity-desc&page=0
    https://www.jaycar.com.au/automotive-waterproof-plug-socket-set-2-way/p/PP2110

    Third one on this page
    https://www.jaycar.com.au/outdoors-...ve-connectors/c/1CH?q=:popularity-desc&page=1
    https://www.jaycar.com.au/waterproof-deutsch-2-way-connector-set/p/PP2150

    That particular plug for the coils, would be available some where - you could trawl the rs components website - potentially easy, possibly very difficult, you know how it goes
     
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    Yep been trawling for 2 pin connecters inbetween trying to unclip the terminals out of the connectors ... both unsuccessful initially
    The only basic twin seems to be this style and I did see those 'waterproof' ones and thought just replace all the connections ... but then finally got the spades out ..... so just using new spades on the new wiring into the old connector sounds the simplest ... I think I even have some

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    I knew u would relent soon enough and post :lolsign:

    ..... and I gave u a promotion for your endless contribution to the welfare and well being of your fellow bike enthusiasts :fuckyou:

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    Yep exactly my thoughts too :thumb_ups:
     
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    You've got me laughing out loud, I'm sitting here chuckling - I must be strange!
     
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    Plugging away on the revamp

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    This thing is going to haunt me forever

    Cant even work out where its exactly coming from


    oil 1.png oil 2.png
     
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    Missing a sump bolt in that pic
     
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    Thats called weight saving :dance2:
     
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    Well spotted ... I just saw oil there and didnt look much further as I had just spent hours looking up the Daytonas arse

    And the bike is on the stand so the oil would be all down that end

    So much power down the drag strip the bolts are falling out :imtheking:
     
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