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Finished my Trail Ripper GTR47!

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  • Finished my Trail Ripper GTR47!

    3 months in the making my quarantine build is done, thank goodness

  • #2
    Nice build and love the color

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    • #3
      Thanks, that was the hardest decision lol

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      • #4
        Yeah good taste!

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        • #5
          I appreciate that, I think it is tuned. Have ESP port, high rev exhaust port piston and +1mm crank. torque v-stack, billet manifold and spacers, k&n filter and jet pro pipe
          carb is at 1.25 L and 2.25 H
          Running 110 gas and 1:25 for break in

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          • #6
            Nice looking (GTI) Make sure have the carb and throttle adjusted correctly! After my build on the 2nd ride I had a crazy wheelie out of control experience and slid down the pavement... ped damage was minimal but I was hurting for a week or better.

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            • #7
              No doubt this thing isn’t going to be doing any hardcore trail riding lol ...although I do have the DDM crank case saver
              Youre right about that, I’m doing my best to dial it in. It’s just that I have no other ped experience to compare it too haha

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              • #8
                Originally posted by dane795 View Post
                Yeah good taste!

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                • #9
                  Thank you, sorry I’m new to the forum layout didn’t see your compliment. The brake cables on this thing were a nightmare!! The hardest part of the whole build lol

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by GSTR2546 View Post
                    Nice looking (GTI) Make sure have the carb and throttle adjusted correctly! After my build on the 2nd ride I had a crazy wheelie out of control experience and slid down the pavement... ped damage was minimal but I was hurting for a week or better.
                    I had a wheelie experience, scared me , wasn’t expecting it, didn’t fall but I was going about 25 mph . You jinxed me lol

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                    • #11
                      I will say I no longer pin the throttle on it. The power band is very extreme when it kicks in especially when a person is not familiar with the 460 motor and pipe. Yours probably has even more power based on the motor mods. I just have a Dominator pipe for the most part. Mine still has had the throttle not operate the best, after riding it the last time for a while when I restarted it the idle jumped up For some reason. I readjust again but it should not be doing this.

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                      • #12
                        I’ve spent a lot of time hovering over making sure my throttle works exact and opens up fully, just because I have the time.
                        I think that when I open it up and gain speed and then coast my RPMS boost wildly when I give gas again because I have torque mods, mainly my high RPM piston and +1mm crank. I’ve got used to it now after rides but only because I had to learn to respect it haha

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                        • #13
                          When I almost fell I looked so funny, my left arm and left leg were thrown back and I just couldn’t hold on hahah embarrassing

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                          • #14
                            But it’s better than burning through a coat and coveralls grinding holes in an arm and leg! Either way things could have been worse. Quick ways to gain respect on 2 wheels is a good lesson learned tho + at my age my bones don’t heal as fast as they used to.

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