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Yoshio

Yoshios Custom Joyner SV1100

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just some pics from stock to now

stock

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winter tear down, new design

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new elektronics, lights, seats

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new rims and brakes

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actual setup

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Thanks.

This winter will come some serious changes in ergonomic, springs, damper, engine, lights and body

... stay tuned

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Mine has a limit of 6200 rpm, is yours 6800?

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My limit is as well 6200. Absolute Top speed was 155km/h = 96mph on a long highway road with 5% slope. RPM were about 5500 in 5th gear.
I drive 215/40R17.

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Damn I wish !
Trying to figure if can raise rpm limiter without tampering with crystal inside ecu

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You don't need more rpm. You need smaller and lighter rims.

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I'm now running hurricane 14" rims
and bighorn 2.0. 27" tires .
When I was running the 30" was hard on everything including belt especially in 1 foot of snow

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Your final reduction is to large, that'd one reason - and offroad-tyres are also not useful for high speeds.

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Yes you are correct the 30s were just wrong ! I run the off road tires because in Manitoba I'm not street legal and can only go off road

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So you would be about 24" tall with your setup?
That would make a big difference

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This is a great shot...BTW. You should post these in our Gallery section.

 

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You can do for me - I don't know how to...

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That things looking good!!

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thanks. More will come later as project gets forward

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Silverbullet

Looks good nice body can't wait to see it done.

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