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  1. Would be shame to have site go away. I've PMed Miguel and volunteered to keep this site going. Would need some training and help to get up to speed.
  2. Feathering on edge of sipes more visible in previous photo: I had that issue on mine too. Day 2 @ AMP on Q3+ Consulted with Dave Moss and he suggested I go 2/1psi less to 31F/28R. And increase rear rebound-damping. I added 1/4-turn per session and ended up 1 full turn more @ 2.75 turns compared to original 1.75. Much more even wear by 3rd day. Not much left, but definitely better. Also improved my times by 1.2s/lap, which is HUGE! Got set of KM1 in, looking forward to tyres that lasts more than 3-days!!! Especially at Attesa Podium Club track, which is much higher speeds. 🙂
  3. I find it difficult to ride with right hand on hip to balance that out! Mine actually wears out left or right faster depending upon CW or CCW direction track is run. Some tracks only go in one direction, like Laguna Seca, so I wear out left side quicker.
  4. I don't like Honda's procedure of pounding in new bearings with hammer either! There's been many reports of bearings being loose in wheels after several replacements. I always use long bolt/all-thread or hydraulic press to gently push bearings in. With no angled cocking like you get when pounding in by hand.
  5. Been using All Balls kits for decades without issues. Carb rebuild-kids, wheel-bearing kits, tapered roller-bearing steering (only lower), fork-seals & bushings most recently on my CBR600RR.
  6. Heh, heh... I'll try out set at my preferred pressures. Have gone through at least 50 sets of tyres on this bike. Thanks for the find! 🙂
  7. Ugh, that's corporate CYA pressure for max GVWR at continuous top-speed of bike! You're sacrificing tonne of grip and safety at those pressures. Try 33/36 psi for much, much better braking and handling.
  8. What kind of pressures are you running?
  9. You need some of these footpegs: https://www.scar-racing.com/en/products/456-titanium-footpegs.html
  10. What OD did you trim them down to in order to fit? I've used these on my RC24 & RC26 and they fit perfectly. Expands to about 41mm when crushed. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/3256805023890622.html Looks like 800 also uses 40mm gasket https://www.ebay.com/itm/195539730170
  11. Ok, you can get generic conveter cable and attach proper Honda DLC connector: https://www.amazon.com/Serial-Adapter-Signal-Prolific-Windows/dp/B07R8BQYW1/ https://www.corsa-technic.com/item.php?item_id=341&category_id=54 Pin-outs -Black/white > +12V -Orange/White > K-line -Brown > SCS can jumper to flash error codes -Green > ground The ECU does not speak OBD2 language, but much, much older analogue serial K-line protocol. Similar to modem AT commands for those familiar with dial-up modems. Downloading flash image .BIN file takes 15-minutes @110 baud !!! 😛
  12. It's a basic USB/serial to TTL converter cable. Can build your own with instructions here: https://github.com/AlexKovalevich/HondaECU Heck once you've reached that site, you might as well download all the software to edit maps and flash them to ECU yourself. He's got stock and modified .BIN files for download with 1st/2nd gear restrictions removed.
  13. Wow, that's pretty darn good wear for 3000 miles!🙂 Will probably make it to 10k, eh?
  14. It should be fine. You've got tinned-wiring that's corrosion resistant. And nice seal with adhesive heat-shrink. Only issue would be max-power rating across that connection. But SH847 only transmits as much as needed, rather than 100% of stator-output fulltime like factory RR. So you're looking at lots less current going through that connection. Some related topics I've found: http://v4musclebike.com/forums/showthread.php?t=25778 <-- actual current measurements https://www.cbrxx.com/threads/actual-stator-temps-sh847.49533/ - temp testing https://www.douglasvanbossuyt.com/category/hobbies/motorcycle/ - more temp tests https://www.cbrxx.com/threads/sh847-series-regulator-rectifier-install.42754/ https://www.kawasakiversys.com/thre...-shunt-star-delta-technical-info-2017.222367/ https://www.vstrom.info/Smf/index.php?topic=20426.0 https://www.vfrdiscussion.com/index...-new-to-vfrd-from-new-jersey-need-helpadvice/ https://www.accessnorton.com/NortonCommando/biting-the-bullet-on-charging-system.28810/page-3 https://www.apriliaforum.com/forums...t-step-wires&p=2845062&viewfull=1#post2845062 https://www.triumphrat.net/threads/charging-system-diagnostics-rectifier-regulator-upgrade.104504/ https://www.thumpertalk.com/forums/topic/1320648-stator-trouble/ https://www.createfixshare.com/articles/drz400-sh775-regulator-rectifier-upgrade/
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