What have you done to your Superduke today

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Re: What have you done to your Superduke today

Postby arg » Wed Sep 27, 2017 12:18 pm

Part ex it for a new one, wife not happy.

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Re: What have you done to your Superduke today

Postby andrej126 » Thu Oct 05, 2017 10:37 am

Went to my first track day. Been a blast, will definitely go again :D

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Re: What have you done to your Superduke today

Postby Adrock990r » Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:02 pm

Showed some love to the 08 990sdr with HEL braided clutch and brake lines to replace the oem gear, had the forks serviced and the leak from the compression adjuster repaired (finally someone knew how to do it), added some more Probolt hardware, a set of Pirelli Supercorsa tyres, Healtech Quickshifter and gear indicator and fabricated and polished some aluminium into a bracket for the gear indicator.

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Re: What have you done to your Superduke today

Postby Motogoon » Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:16 pm

Nice, I just had the 3 o-ring's replaced in my shock compression adjusters to stop a leak as well.

Did you have to cut in to any wires to fit that model gear indicator?

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Re: What have you done to your Superduke today

Postby Adrock990r » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:24 pm

Motogoon wrote:Nice, I just had the 3 o-ring's replaced in my shock compression adjusters to stop a leak as well.

Did you have to cut in to any wires to fit that model gear indicator?


Hi mate, you don't cut any wires at all with this type. Takes about 2 minutes to connect using the harness that you order with the gear indicator. The wire from the tacho is spliced onto using the supplied tap connector and the other connection is via a plug that goes inline with a 3 pin speedo plug.

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Re: What have you done to your Superduke today

Postby DukeNukem999 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 10:51 pm

Fitted new tyres, went with PR4 Rear and PP3 front.
I rode 16500 kms on the last set with still a little bit left :)
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Re: What have you done to your Superduke today

Postby Adrock990r » Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:22 pm

Fitted a new rad guard from Racing Radiator Guards.

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Re: What have you done to your Superduke today

Postby Aphex » Wed Nov 22, 2017 3:26 pm

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Do you notice a difference in braking with the dual line set up as opposed to the stock 1 into 2 brake lines?
08 SD, Mivv Suono, Rottweiler airbox. Current map: One some guy sent me from the internet.

Me so Hoony.

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Re: What have you done to your Superduke today

Postby Adrock990r » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:07 pm

Hard to say really, they felt good before i changed the lines but i haven't had a really decent run since. The whole front is completely different from having the forks serviced and repaired so i don't have anywhere the amount of front end dive that i had before which of course changes the way it feels under heavy braking. The old oem braided lines had gone really ratty looking at the hose ends and banjo which was the main reason for the change plus they weren't all that expensive to do. I changed out the rubber lines on a mates Yamaha FZ1 at the same time to a set of these braided lines and it has made a huge difference.

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