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  • Gas Gas EC 350 F build Video series

    Bit of a video series I'm doing on my new Gas Gas EC350F





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  • #2
    Ta mate.

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    • #3
      I/we thankyou for taking the/your time & effort to make those two vids Auspowersports.
      Editing & dubbing (quality/music) entails more effort than actually riding: Kudos to you.
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      • #4
        Thanks for the videos - interesting to learn your views on the 350.
        Looking forward to further episodes!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by hairyone View Post
          I/we thankyou for taking the/your time & effort to make those two vids Auspowersports.
          Editing & dubbing (quality/music) entails more effort than actually riding: Kudos to you.
          Thanks for the kind words guys. It is a very labour intensive process when you shoot everything solo, the 6 clips of me riding through the trail take maybe 2hours to film, by the time you ride along, find a spot, set the camera up, do a few runs, check the shots and then pack up and move to next spot. But in the end it pays off compared to straight go pro footage. Same as doing mods or building the bike, what normally takes 30mins blows out to an hour by the time you film all the angles. Slowly learning new tricks and trying to produce higher quality content.
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          • #6
            updated with episode 3
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            • #7
              Thanks for the latest episode, and for the raw footage of your ride used in episode 2. It was good to hear the engine working without the background music.
              I'll be interested to see what you think of the muffler mod, as it was something I considered doing when I had a KTM.

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              • #8
                Nice one.

                Similar stuff to what I've done, except haven't ridden the thing yet.

                Having a string of Kato 350s before and one still in the shed helped with knowing what to set-up a lot.

                What really livened the bottom up for me is full FMF system (went the slightly quieter Powercore 4 option), 2 stroke air filter cage (no mesh), trim the flap off the back of the air box cover and a tune. It ends up ripping off the bottom like a 450.

                Last couple of 350s I've had the forks converted back to something more conventional with the Shock Treatment kit. This time am trialling re-valve and springs on the standard set-up.

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                • #9
                  Good stuff AusPS.

                  FWIW I can certainly recommend the RaceTech suspension bible.
                  Out the back of the book is a couple of pages of Gold!
                  A thorough point by point front / rear / handling questionnaire that steps you thru
                  - what you currently got suspension wise
                  - what you like / dont like
                  - And where to head adjustment setup wise.

                  Off road / trail wise ...a (slightly) softer setup is more forgiving and gives better feedback.

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                  • #10
                    I think I will stick with the 500.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by flipper1 View Post
                      Thanks for the latest episode, and for the raw footage of your ride used in episode 2. It was good to hear the engine working without the background music.
                      I'll be interested to see what you think of the muffler mod, as it was something I considered doing when I had a KTM.
                      Thanks, I try to mix it up with music or raw background, it's hard to hit a medium that everyone enjoys.

                      Muffler mod is a big win for me, it has opened the bottom and mid range up of this engine and made it much more enjoyable. I really regretted this purchase until doing this mod. It does need a remap though as it's quite lean now.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by tmac450 View Post
                        Nice one.

                        Similar stuff to what I've done, except haven't ridden the thing yet.

                        Having a string of Kato 350s before and one still in the shed helped with knowing what to set-up a lot.

                        What really livened the bottom up for me is full FMF system (went the slightly quieter Powercore 4 option), 2 stroke air filter cage (no mesh), trim the flap off the back of the air box cover and a tune. It ends up ripping off the bottom like a 450.

                        Last couple of 350s I've had the forks converted back to something more conventional with the Shock Treatment kit. This time am trialling re-valve and springs on the standard set-up.
                        I contemplated an fmf system, but wanted to try see what could be done with stock system first. My ecu is away at fuel torque now which should be good based off previous remaps. I will do some back to back tests with cutting off the air box flap and possibly try to 2 stroke cage if I can find one.

                        My flash forks are only temporary and will go back to 500 for finke, the stock ones will get resprung, revalve and possibly an open cartridge kit from dave
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Motoxfox View Post
                          Good stuff AusPS.

                          FWIW I can certainly recommend the RaceTech suspension bible.
                          Out the back of the book is a couple of pages of Gold!
                          A thorough point by point front / rear / handling questionnaire that steps you thru
                          - what you currently got suspension wise
                          - what you like / dont like
                          - And where to head adjustment setup wise.

                          Off road / trail wise ...a (slightly) softer setup is more forgiving and gives better feedback.
                          I have that e book and read it a few times a year, a wealth of knowledge in that book. Once the stock forks come back from dave I am contemplating doing a suspension testing episode and showing some of the basic things to do and how to test suspension from a trick I was taught years ago. Helps give anyone a great understanding of each setting and what it does to their bike in their own words
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Adobeta View Post
                            I think I will stick with the 500.
                            I originally regretted this purchase but the 350 has really grown on me and I believe I'm riding the quickest I ever have in single trail enduro situations. The biggest challenge is learning to change gears and rev the engine. I feel like the big 500 actually made me a very lazy rider sloppy rider and halted some of my progression in the last few years.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Auspowersports View Post

                              I originally regretted this purchase but the 350 has really grown on me and I believe I'm riding the quickest I ever have in single trail enduro situations. The biggest challenge is learning to change gears and rev the engine. I feel like the big 500 actually made me a very lazy rider sloppy rider and halted some of my progression in the last few years.
                              Spot on-iv gone from 500s and everything in between down to 150s , LESS IS MORE!


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