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kennydang's Exciter Style Monster

kennyExciter

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Hi everybody..! Have a nice day..hihihi...!!
Last version "Drag Racing ..." Kennydang's Exciter and Now appear completely different style Monster...... disguised hihih ... .. from 210cc of engine capacity is part of Drag Racing version has also been posted, now up to 250cc



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MickO_HCMC

New Member
Hi all..my engine have many parts:
-Cylender: 66mm.
-Crankshaft: 6mm.
-CDI: BRT 24 step.
-Valve springs modified elasticity harder. and Big Valve
-Carburetor Mikuni 34mm.
..v.v...
Thanks for comments....Have a nice day...!
66mm bore with 64.7mm stroke (58.7 +6mm) = 221.35cc how to get to 250cc please??

Current spec of my bike:
Yamaha Exciter (T135 in Vietnam) 183cc UMA super-head (sport) 23mm inlet/20mm exhaust
UMA cam
63mm Malossi bore kit
Malossi Electric coolant pump
28mm PWK carb
Nology Pro-fire coil
nology Hotwire lead
Iridium spark plug
Shorai Lithium Ion battery
DNA airfilter (top cut out of air box)
Stainless header pipe (with modified standard muffler 33mm end bore)
Oil cooler (KTL Tecnic)
Stainless steel oil filter (FLO)
Racing clutch springs (Std. plates)
API Tech RCDI (fully programmable)
15F/41R sprockets
[email protected] inverted front forks
300mm front disk (RB)
[email protected] rear mono shock (damper and rebound adjust)
std. rear disk
std. wheel and tires (f & r)
 

MickO_HCMC

New Member
how does it work sir?
You can adjust the stiffness, so if you are going slowly around the city, you set the damper on very light, if you are racing on a circuit you set the damper to stiffer, this will make it easier to ride without front wheel wobble etc.
 

infinity01

Super Veteran
You can adjust the stiffness, so if you are going slowly around the city, you set the damper on very light, if you are racing on a circuit you set the damper to stiffer, this will make it easier to ride without front wheel wobble etc.
thank you sir. Very nice.. I guess it's "IN" (most use it) in VN
 
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