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post #1 of 10 Old 06-24-2011, 03:23 PM Thread Starter
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48k service...

Im approaching 48k fast and wanted to run my service list by you guys to see if i missed anything.

Valve check/adjust
Oil and filter change
Coolant flush
Brake fluid flush
new bearings in wheels, cush drive, swing arm, and steer tube
New spark plugs and wires
Replace fuel filter
Lube cables
New air filter
Shorai battery
silicon vacuum and coolant hoses
fork springs, fluid, valve upgrade
Cam chain and adjusted replacement
Possibly 900rr cam and header swap

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Im approaching 48k fast and wanted to run my service list by you guys to see if i missed anything.

Valve check/adjust
Oil and filter change
Coolant flush
Brake fluid flush
new bearings in wheels, cush drive, swing arm, and steer tube
New spark plugs and wires
Replace fuel filter
Lube cables
New air filter
Shorai battery
silicon vacuum and coolant hoses
fork springs, fluid, valve upgrade
Cam chain and adjusted replacement
Possibly 900rr cam and header swap
Well, I would have changed the oil at say, oh, 5k miles, but that's just me...

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Well, I would have changed the oil at say, oh, 5k miles, but that's just me...
Yeah, well, mobil 1 4t synthetic is really good oil ... j/k

While im at it i might replace coils too. Anyone ever run aftermarket coils like accell or anything?

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While im at it i might replace coils too. Anyone ever run aftermarket coils like accell or anything?
save your money, there is nothing wrong with your coil.

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save your money, there is nothing wrong with your coil.
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Possibly 900rr cam and header swap
IF you put in such a cam set, I'd be inclined to put adjustable sprockets on so the phasing can be played with.
I've never compared the cam timing to the 919, but suspect the 900 duration, overlap and intake closing will be too extreme for the inlet side of the 919.
So some intake retard might be helpful.
Some more static compression would be good also.
Head planing time.
And seeing as the head is then off, a really nice valve job and port cleanup as well.
You'd likely be further ahead with first oversize pistons with more pop up and a thin Cometic head gasket.
Seriously, going past stock cams sounds like wasted money to me if the intake side is left alone.

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Personally I say change the oil and ride it.

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Personally I say change the oil and ride it.
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u gotta go through alotta work for 900RR cams... the sensor pickup for cam phasing is different that the 919 cam.

no point on wires or coils... those parts dont "wear" and a hotter spark means nothing to performance, once you ignite that mixture a longer hotter spark does nothing.

i say inspect bearings n replace as needed, specifically the head n swing arm bearings which probably just need a lil grease... wheel bearings ya i would just go ahead n replace if they havnt been replaced before.

and cam chain, if it looks as if its worn replace, but more than likely its not... no point in tearing down the motor to replace it if its not needed... probably mess more stuff up in the process.

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