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Here are some updated photos of my KFX450. We are REALLY happy with the way it is comming along. The bike features our new version Long Travel a-arms and alot of other trick parts black i-shock billet brake line clamps, stream line steel braided brake lines, Precsion steering stablizer, flexx bars, FUELATV +1 anti vibe steering stem, Quadtech Carbon fiber hood, Quadtech carbon fiber air duct, TCS Long Travel shocks, TCS revalved and resprung rear shock, FUELATV parking brake block off, FUELATV seat coverm FUELATV graphics, LSR axle, LSR brake hub, LSR sprocket hub, LSR lock nut, FUELATV intake ...... with new oversized filter ...... available next week, Dasa pipe with 13' canister, Renthal 15 tooth front sprocket, did gold chain, Pro design case saver, Dyno Jet Power commander, Dyno jet adjustable ignition modual ......... still testing and will be available by the end of the year, Black 4-1 douglas front rims, Black douglas rear rims, 6 cup comp cut brats, mohawks ......... cams and porting soon to come.







Sneak peak at the new castor adjustments ......
 

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QUOTE (FUELATV @ Oct 19 2007, 11:31 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3872
Here are some updated photos of my KFX450. We are REALLY happy with the way it is comming along. The bike features our new version Long Travel a-arms and alot of other trick parts black i-shock billet brake line clamps, stream line steel braided brake lines, Precsion steering stablizer, flexx bars, FUELATV +1 anti vibe steering stem, Quadtech Carbon fiber hood, Quadtech carbon fiber air duct, TCS Long Travel shocks, TCS revalved and resprung rear shock, FUELATV parking brake block off, FUELATV seat coverm FUELATV graphics, LSR axle, LSR brake hub, LSR sprocket hub, LSR lock nut, FUELATV intake ...... with new oversized filter ...... available next week, Dasa pipe with 13' canister, Renthal 15 tooth front sprocket, did gold chain, Pro design case saver, Dyno Jet Power commander, Dyno jet adjustable ignition modual ......... still testing and will be available by the end of the year, Black 4-1 douglas front rims, Black douglas rear rims, 6 cup comp cut brats, mohawks ......... cams and porting soon to come.
Cant see any pics?
 

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Sorry they are up now ........
 

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Thanks for the props .......... cant wait to get some cams and porting on this badboy.
 

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No lights for this one yet. We will be working on something, but that is last on my list for now. I am less then 2 hours from Glamis so plenty of daylight to ride until the light situation gets cleared up.

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QUOTE (FUELATV @ Nov 7 2007, 02:32 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=4157
No lights for this one yet. We will be working on something, but that is last on my list for now. I am less then 2 hours from Glamis so plenty of daylight to ride until the light situation gets cleared up.

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Since Debutchy the clown doesn't know how common night riding is at Glamis he is liable to make some very stupid remarks.. guess he has a habit of not knowing much before flapping his lips.

FUEL, what output does the stock stator generate? Can you run some TT HID's without reworking the stator and/or electrical system or is that the issue?

What amount of negative camber are you running for sand use? It is difficult to determine with the photos due to the wide angle lens shots.
 

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I dont do alot of night ridding these days. I hope in the truck or the rhino. Just depends on who i go with. Not sure on the stator output on the KFX. When i finish the million other things i got going on i will get the lights dialed in. The bike is setup with about 3 degrees. We are still dialling in the front end settings, but it is getting very, very close. The valving and spring rates are spot on. Just working on castor setting. Those photos were taken with a normal pocket camera no wide angle lense.


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QUOTE (FUELATV @ Nov 7 2007, 01:51 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=4165
I dont do alot of night ridding these days. I hope in the truck or the rhino. Just depends on who i go with. Not sure on the stator output on the KFX. When i finish the million other things i got going on i will get the lights dialed in. The bike is setup with about 3 degrees. We are still dialling in the front end settings, but it is getting very, very close. The valving and spring rates are spot on. Just working on castor setting. Those photos were taken with a normal pocket camera no wide angle lense.
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Are you using washer spacers to change your caster off your top a-arm where it mounts to the frame?

Most pocket digital cameras come with a variable lens typically going down to at least 38mm.

When you take a full on front photo and the back end of the quad looks narrow it is a result of a photo taken at wide angle (38mm) as in this photo.

 

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If you look close at the last photo you will see a billet part that the upper ball joint goes through. That is an oval shape and the caster is full adjustable in 2 seconds ....... WITHOUT ........ removing any bolts. Just loosen the nut and rotate.


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Looks Nice! Mine handles great in the sand with the stock suspension. Did you notice an extreme difference with the new A-arms and shocks?
 

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THANKS ...... we have alot of work into this bike. Yes the a-arms and shocks make a HUGE difference. The bike goes from 8inches of travel to almost 12 inches of wheel travel once you install this long travel frontend. Are a couple new shots with the ceramic coated pipe. DONT MISS OUT ..... we have these pipes on sale right now.




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I got to get me some of them arms. Steve what do have for your rear end setup? (shocks, spring, linkage,.....etc)......tyce..........ill order some arms if NY Giants covers the spred.......ha ha..........I had my Banshee's old CPI's thermocoated.....seemed to notice a difference, until I put Shearers on then it riiiiiped!...
......nice lookn 450
 
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