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Hi,this side offers many close up pics.http://daytona70.com/English/sales.htmnippon
Great info KOS!Re the shorter frames, do you think that the pics of the frame that Benly Ben placed in the Daytona CR750 thread (the one you were interested in - did you end up getting it?) is an example of this? http://forums.sohc4.net/index.php?topic=27902.msg654366#msg654366It looks like the stamped section/plate (what's that called?) is further along the the top tubes then normal, (i.e. the top tubes are shorter than normal). In turn, this is also the reason why the down tubes (i.e. the one that runs from the headtube to the bottom of the engine - feel free to correct my terminology) is placed directly on the headstem and not in the middle of the stamped plate, and also why the triangular space for the coils is smaller?
Thanks Mark,Great info. But... it is likely that there is more than one or a combo of reasons for that 'wobble'. Though my riding skills are very limited, I had problems with 'wobbles' specially when hitting a bump or whatever. I used a fork, with triples (60mm off-set) from the 35 mm DOHC serie with much bigger overlap between tube and slider, head bearings, oem swing with bronze bushings, 1" over Hagon shocks etc. I decided to build a longer swingarm, changed nothing else and now it is rockstable.Thanks again for your great input.Cheers, Rob
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