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Old Feb 3rd 2018, 06:17 AM   #11
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I also figured out the hard way that the 1199 and 899 tanks are different. Iíll be fabricating a rear tank mount to adapt the 899 tank to the 1199 rear subframe.


Not sure if it will work with a stock subframe, but with the Motoholders subframe all you have to do is flip the stock bracket upside down and get some longer bolts for it.

P.S. - Nice to see you're making progress!
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Old Feb 3rd 2018, 02:58 PM   #12
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How will the 1199 engine go with the 899 single injector setup???
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Old Feb 3rd 2018, 05:42 PM   #13
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How will the 1199 engine go with the 899 single injector setup???
Only the 1199R has dual injectors

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Old Feb 3rd 2018, 06:00 PM   #14
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Well, dropped the oil pan.... no bolt.



The bolt you see here is the one I put in before putting the cover back on. Still kind of worried as to where the bolt went....






I am SSSOOOOOO happy I decided to put new clutch plates in. Can anyone guess whatís the old plate and the new? Talk about riding the clutch....





Also started hooking up the wiring harness today. Talk about a nightmare. I wouldnít wish this upon my worst enemy.....





Also, Iím tired of constantly bleeding my 899 clutch. So I installed this today too.....

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Old Feb 3rd 2018, 06:07 PM   #15
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Also gotta thank @Phl for this titanium oil drain plug that is also drilled for safety wire!!! Thanks man!!!

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Another good update:

Here is what it looks like at the end of the day today:



Whatís changed? First off, Iíve got my woodcraft clipons and bars on, all controls except the front brake master cylinder setup.



I managed to mount the front and rear brake calipers and also route all the wiring to each electrical panel.

So now really, Iím waiting on wheels, fairings, brake rotors brake lines and radiator hoses. Iíll be mounting some of the exhaust this weekend to get the O2 sensors wired up. The Iíll mount the cans when I get the drip pan installed.

Let me know what you guys think. I hope to have it fired up soon, and then up to BrenTuning to get it properly tuned.

Oh.... Iíve got some amazing parts on the way. I know I originally said this was a budget build ...... but I got kind of carried away.

I managed to get a hold of a set Gold Marchesini Genesi 7-spoke aluminum wheels, and a full Carbon Fiber set of race fairings. Iíll be posting up photos as everything comes in and as I get things installed.







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Old Feb 9th 2018, 05:14 PM   #17
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Forgot to mention, Iím trying one of these filters... anyone have any experience with these? Seems like a well designed and built product.

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These showed up today: Gold Marchesini M7RS Genesi's

I'll weigh them later today and post up weights.

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Marchesini M7RS Genesi wheel weight

These weights are with bearings and valve stems installed as well as the rear brake rotor hub.

Front: 7.05lb (OEM - 9.2lbs)
Rear: 10.90lb (OEM - 17lbs)



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1 lbs more each one than the oz cattiva.
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