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Old Feb 19th 2018, 05:36 PM   #31
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Looks good mate, good to follow a build thread that makes progress nearly every day, i like to tinker too and i am envious of your project, just wondering what you expect it to tip the scales at?
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Old Feb 20th 2018, 03:22 AM   #32
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Looks good mate, good to follow a build thread that makes progress nearly every day, i like to tinker too and i am envious of your project, just wondering what you expect it to tip the scales at?
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The factory 899 has a wet weight of around 425, so I'm hoping to come in at 385-390 wet. I figure between the wheels, magnesium pieces, the 1199 rear subframe, exhaust, no lights, some titanium pieces here and there and carbon fiber fairings I shouldn't have a problem hitting that number.

The good thing is that with the progress I've been making I'll have a definite answer before March 16th!
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The factory 899 has a wet weight of around 425, so I'm hoping to come in at 385-390 wet. I figure between the wheels, magnesium pieces, the 1199 rear subframe, exhaust, no lights, some titanium pieces here and there and carbon fiber fairings I shouldn't have a problem hitting that number.

The good thing is that with the progress I've been making I'll have a definite answer before March 16th!
You should be able to do that, mine was 358 lbs. without fuel, with heavier wheels than you have (Carrozzeria). If you got rid of that stock subframe and replaced with a Motoholders it would be another several pounds.
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You should be able to do that, mine was 358 lbs. without fuel, with heavier wheels than you have (Carrozzeria). If you got rid of that stock subframe and replaced with a Motoholders it would be another several pounds.
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The factory 899 has a wet weight of around 425, so I'm hoping to come in at 385-390 wet. I figure between the wheels, magnesium pieces, the 1199 rear subframe, exhaust, no lights, some titanium pieces here and there and carbon fiber fairings I shouldn't have a problem hitting that number.

The good thing is that with the progress I've been making I'll have a definite answer before March 16th!
i think thats about 175kg, should be a weapon,i look forward to March, good luck with the build.
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i think thats about 175kg, should be a weapon,i look forward to March, good luck with the build.
Thanks mate. I can't wait for this thing to be tuned. It'll be a blast!

So everyone knows there won't be any updates for a few days as my fiance and I are taking a long weekend vacation to Boston. However, by the time we get back there should be some nice packages at the door! And then it's crunch time to get it running before the 16th to get up to BrenTuning.
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Old Feb 21st 2018, 11:14 AM   #38
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Old Feb 26th 2018, 04:19 PM   #39
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Sssooooooo..... remember when I said “budget”????




Well.... these came today... I’m a little off budget...





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Old Feb 28th 2018, 01:42 AM   #40
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Loving this build... I love tinkering as well, I just don't have the skill to match up with the desire... Good luck! Can't wait to see the finished product.

Could you please share a pic of the bracket you made to mount the 1199 sub frame to the 899 tank? This is something I would like to do as well.
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