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Old Aug 26th 2019, 05:00 AM   #1
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Getting faster. Need to work on some trail braking into 6 and to stay in the power on 7,8,9.
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Old Aug 26th 2019, 06:55 AM   #2
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Looking good! 6 is so forgiving on entry but takes a set to really attack it. I'm in the low 1:40.xx high 1:39 and I'm boggled by a sub :30 lap there.

You just using a GoPro sticker mount in front of the tank cap? I like your position since it picks up your hands.
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Old Aug 26th 2019, 07:23 AM   #3
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Getting faster. Need to work on some trail braking into 6 and to stay in the power on 7,8,9.
Great lap! We're running very similar times. What front fork internals did you swap to and is your rear setup oem? I took my 1199S to NYST a few weeks back, since my track bike was in the shop, and my setup was a travesty.

When you had the electronics was it hard for you to get the proper rider sag? Seems like the electronic Ohlins forks have limited adjustability. Also curious if you're using an autoblipper.
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Old Aug 26th 2019, 07:37 AM   #4
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sweet.
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Old Aug 26th 2019, 09:14 AM   #5
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1. Yes this is just a tank mount in front of the fuel cap and the lap time was 1:35.3 but I know the bike has a 1:32 in it.

2.The electronic adjusters are removed and the sag is set to an aggressive 20mm as I only weigh 145-155 Lbs. with full gear.

3. Never messed with the electronic adjusters. This bike has only been tracked with the aftermarket triples and manual adjusters.

4. No auto blipper but I do have a nice slipper clutch so I can smash from 5th to 2nd as fast as I can physically actuate the shifter.

Thanks for the positive feed back. I ride with guys sub 1.29 so I am the turtle in the group.
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it's a tough track for a big bike.

I'm faster around on a 675.
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Old Aug 26th 2019, 11:16 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by reganc View Post
it's a tough track for a big bike.

I'm faster around on a 675.
I had an awesome 2011 daytona 675. I grenaded the transmission and the ducati was always something I wanted to try. The 675 was way easier to carry speed with and enter corners faster but it was slow on the straights and it made you work harder to do the same pace as the big bikes.
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1:35 is quick!!
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Old Aug 26th 2019, 12:19 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by CloudInsurance View Post
1. Yes this is just a tank mount in front of the fuel cap and the lap time was 1:35.3 but I know the bike has a 1:32 in it.

2.The electronic adjusters are removed and the sag is set to an aggressive 20mm as I only weigh 145-155 Lbs. with full gear.

3. Never messed with the electronic adjusters. This bike has only been tracked with the aftermarket triples and manual adjusters.

4. No auto blipper but I do have a nice slipper clutch so I can smash from 5th to 2nd as fast as I can physically actuate the shifter.

Thanks for the positive feed back. I ride with guys sub 1.29 so I am the turtle in the group.
isn't the track record a hi 1:28?
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Old Aug 26th 2019, 12:42 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by CloudInsurance View Post
I had an awesome 2011 daytona 675. I grenaded the transmission and the ducati was always something I wanted to try. The 675 was way easier to carry speed with and enter corners faster but it was slow on the straights and it made you work harder to do the same pace as the big bikes.
i hear you i've blown up 2 of them.

i'm just exhausted after hauling the ducati around.

Fun track makes my want a hyper
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