Jrkk's 1100 cafe build

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Re: Jrkk's 1100 cafe build

Postby jrkk » 20 Apr 2019, 17:24

First time out today. Very short testride at local slow speed roads. Everything seems to work properly. Front fender bracets are under painting, so no fender.
I put larger main jets (105/108) because of larger header pipes, and also I advance ignition by 2 degrees. Don't know for sure, but I think it's better.
Pipe is getting yellow like some of you mentioned that stainless do that.
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Re: Jrkk's 1100 cafe build

Postby jrkk » 24 Apr 2019, 22:05

Now also front fender brackets ready.
Still waiting yss rear shocks to come.
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Re: Jrkk's 1100 cafe build

Postby jrkk » 07 May 2019, 16:33

Shocks are in my country, so I should get them any day now.
I also purchased innovate afr meter, but this will take longer to install.
Decided to add some E-marked turnsignals, just in case.
Pics later when shocks also in place.
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Re: Jrkk's 1100 cafe build

Postby jrkk » 09 May 2019, 19:39

Shocks arrived today, also weather was great , so I went for test ride. Steering head bearing is loose and need to tighten. Everything else felt good. Now only afr gauge installation, and then it's done for this season.
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Re: Jrkk's 1100 cafe build

Postby jrkk » 09 May 2019, 19:51

Little turn signals are located side of the licence plate and head lamp, hard to see if not zoomed.
They are significantly brighter than led strip.
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