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Sorry Tex_ I missed this last night - I need all the beauty sleep I can get.





Got lost for the first time in a very long time ... couldn't work out how to get from Amamoor Creek Rd to Colburn Rd

Got back to the cars with 20mm of fuel covering the tap. Must be a bit of senility setting in.
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Sorry Tex_ I missed this last night - I need all the beauty sleep I can get.











Got lost for the first time in a very long time ... couldn't work out how to get from Amamoor Creek Rd to Colburn Rd



Got back to the cars with 20mm of fuel covering the tap. Must be a bit of senility setting in.


Get yesef some Kilm gear and a flip top helmet and I'll show ya the way sometime, try 465km of fuel range *** me that can get u into all sorts of lost!


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I'm thinking of getting a flip-top helmet so I can eat vanilla slice under way
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I'm thinking of getting a flip-top helmet so I can eat vanilla slice under way


Blend it with a couple of bex and chuck it in ya camelback, I thought everyone did that?


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Riding Tip #13 Performance Mods

Many of my facebook friends come to me in tears wondering why their 125s don't have the power of a 300. Surely there is some different colour spring/powerband/slip on to fix this? Perhaps some racing fuel ... some of that BP racing fuel that services your engine and shit?

Forget your dimension x, TSP port, red spring or purple powerband - the only mod you need is an Energy Induction system. It's as effective as a fully sick FMF system and a fraction of the cost.

Just cable tie it on, no need to connect it. Remember - it's the positive energy that induces the awesomeness!



For the technically minded, I got 4 stars and a pat on the back at the dyno.






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how much dude ? before and after dyno report ?
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Na mate ....your never goin to pick this stuff up on like a std dyno.
This IS real seat of the pants stuff....like black art factory race team secrets.

Remember the very first Brock ( Vale ...taken too soon ! ) Special Vehicles....
had Positive Energy Crystals secreted in them.
This has finally got out to the market !
Yep the factory teams will be fuming this birds flown !
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They must work, i saw a guy at Logan trying to fit one to his sic YZ...
Must have been a different brand though.
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I think my old YZ80 had one

Pre power valve tech -- I want one ....



Boost Bottle


How does a Boost Bottle improve performance? Air rushes thru the carb on the intake cycle. Ignition accelerates the piston down, forcing the reeds to snap shut. The momentum (inertia) of the air has to go someplace. It goes back thru the carb causing a double rich mixture. The result can be rough idle or hesitation.

Due to the high velocity of the fuel air mixture through the carb boot, we need to take advantage of this momentum/inertia energy. The Boost Bottle and tube provide storage for the fuel air mixture between carb boots. The energy (pulse) forces the pre-atomized mixture in the tube from the previous cycle into the adjoining carb boot where the reeds are just opening and ready to receive the fuel air mixture. The boost bottle and tube provide a "boost" supercharge effect to each cycle.

The boost bottle is most effective at lower and mid-range rpm, and, when you are on & off the throttle. It assists in filling the cylinder (shorter distance) for a fraction of a second until the carburetor venturi gets enough velocity to fully atomize the fuel. The advantage is that it brings up the torque and horsepower in the bottom of the rpm range, up to where the pipe(s) starts to work. There is a small benefit at high rpm's.

What Size? Singles = usually the CC of one cylinder or larger. 700cc Twins = 300cc boost bottle. 700cc Triples = 225cc.

Variables: Engine CC's, Carb Size, RPM below pipe, Number of cylinders. Large carbs like larger bottles/tubes. Triples like smaller due to less time between pulses. I use the TSR computer software to calculate the Boost Bottle for a specific set up.

Yes they work, when the size is right, the inertia of the air is stored like a spring in the boost bottle to help charge the next cycle. Try tuning a Yamaha Phazer without it's boost bottle!

Power valve engines may not have similar performance gains because the valves will keep the bottom end crisp. Testing w/ powervalves will probably show gains off idle and low bottom end. Is it worth it?? That depends on what you are willing to pay for some torque and a couple of horses!
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The only pipe you're on is the crack pipe, none of this talk on the flip top helmet forum....just sayin
Nobody doin goat yoga either!
Does anybody ride here anymore? Or you all on north west east coast couch burners burnt out car body facebook group?


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