comnoz said:I am thrilled to say the first of the production fuel injection units has been installed and is running.
ludwig said:Tim ,
Jim mentioned kickstarting in reply # 4 .
comnoz said:Holmeslice said:Strong Work, Jim!
Now, can we hide it in a pair of 932s??
Of course-if you've got the money honey. Jim
Cheesy said:... or are you running more teeth on the pickup to make it think its running faster?
comnoz said:Cheesy said:If you dont mind a few questions what computer and fuel pump are you running?
Im guessing that it will be electric start as well or are you running more teeth on the pickup to make it think its running faster?
I am using a Keihin fuel pump [although the pump in the picture is a no longer available Subaru pump that I was testing with]
It is kick start, I am using an offshoot of the BG microsquirt ecm. The main modification is a second ignition system to provide the ability to kickstart the bike. [IE spark and fuel before processor synch]. It uses two pickups and two m-n wheels. Jim
hobot said:...I know Commando can be made to out handle rigid sports bikes >...
hobot said:Hehe, Goldielocks found some beds too soft, some too hard,
but then one that was just right. I prefer mine articulated yet tame.
Ya know race tracks keep records of best times by various craft
and they have track days when non race rule bikes and riders allowed out.
Been interviewing visiting riders to learn about the hot shots
and bikes of closest pavement tract around here. There is
a closer dirt/clay track but its just an oval yet would be fun to
try too. I'm tingling at thought of no oncoming traffic on
full street rubber opportunity to objectify pecking order
with a Norton Commando chassis.
hobot said:...Ya know race tracks keep records of best times by various craft ...