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Nice work...looks like high-quality for sure.

Have you ever seen the 935 re-enforced small 'cage' that goes in the nose(just below the hood) and spread's like a web/2-D cage for structural reforcement?

I seen that once, and it looked awesome. I don't know if it was a 1-off piece, but it sure looked the part to reduce the upper front chassis from flexing.

DZug (Reaper930 or juicersr) make a very nice 935 style brace for sale.
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Old 09-05-2011, 05:27 PM
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Hi Win -
Just found this thread - nice job. I'm assuming you've reinforced the rear shock mounts/crossmember as well? Have you posted any photos or details of what you've done back there? Keep up the great work!
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Thanks for the compliments!

Haven't gotten to the back yet, but have similar plans for it along the lines of what I've done in the front. I'll have to drop the engine to get the crossmember reinforcement done.

At this point, I'm trying to finish everything from the back seat forward (cut and paste from my todo list):

1. Full front suspension and steering
2. Front brakes, flex lines and master cylinder
3. X-bracing and crossbracing
4. Center oil cooler and lines, and new DP front spoiler
5. Peddle cluster rebuild along with all other items along the tunnel rebuilt, lubed and adjusted
6. Backdate heater controls and cables, remove all auto-heat and A/C items
7. New fuel system with intank 044 pump
8. Replace all rubber hoses, fuel, vacumn, vapor, washer, etc
9. New ignition, headlight, turn signal and wiper switches
10. Remove all unnecessary/unused wiring.
11. Remove old carpet, sound proofing, glue, etc, and install new carpet and (minimal) soundproofing

My unfinished items in the above list is getting shorter, but I still have a way to go. I'm going to drive the thing before I start on the rear!
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BTW - the in-tank version of the -044 pump is the -040. Instead of an inlet fitting, the suction side is a large metal screen.
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BTW - the in-tank version of the -044 pump is the -040. Instead of an inlet fitting, the suction side is a large metal screen.
I would have preferred that one, but I already had the two 044's, so I had to order a sock adapter and sock from Pegasus.
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Amazing work. I wish i had this resource before. Good job.
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Thanks!

I just need to get off my butt and finish it!

Too many work and family related distractions, but the plan is to blow the dust off tomorrow morning and get back on it.
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Update

Time to blow the dust off this thread and the Project. Time for an update.




After a little discussion with a friend who is a Military aircraft mechanic, I pulled the previous PTFE -8 line out and replaced it with conductive PTFE -8 with an outer cover. There is quite a bit of debate in other circles whether static problems are all that common, causing perforation in the hose. Either way, I want to do this once and it was worth the piece of mind to use conductive. As a bonus, is has nice outer sheath so the braided cover doesn't chafe everything around it. Hose is by TechAFX.




Pic from the rear. I used bulkhead fittings with homemade brackets on each end.
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Gas Tank

To keep the 935 front suspension clean I wanted to go with an in-tank pump and relocate the rear pump in the smugglers box. That meant reworking the stock fuel tank and adding an internal baffle system. I also wanted to add a little volume so I could extend my range on E85.




Cut the tank open and remove the internal lines and plastic swirl pot.




Utilize the original baffle and add in the internal baffle with a hinge plate in front face of the baffle.




Pattern and form a little 18 ga sheet metal for the infill




Form the PITA corner piece, using wire and flexible patterns.




TIG weld all the pieces, 3/4" at a time, and use a hammer and dolly to minimize warping. Now I just need to inset the top flange, finish the corner, and pressure test.
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Coil-On-Plug 101



I bought several sets of COPís from Ebay to see what works and what doesnít. The ĎMade in Japaní Denso cops were used on several bikes around 2006-2007 and start with the number 129700-XXXX. The second set of numbers is what length and what type of seal grommet was supplied. All of the 129700 coils measured the same resistance, so they use the same internal coils and winding ratio.




What I found was two coils with large grommets that end in 4800 and 5100, where the length was exactly the same, but one grommet was deeper than the other. The 5100 had the deeper grommet and is from a 2006-2007 Suzuki GSXR-750. The Grommets actually interchange between the two, meaning you could use a 5100 grommet on a 4800 coil and itís the same. Left to right, you have a 5100 with a zip-tie used as a spacer, a stock 5100, and a stock 4800.




This how the 5100 with the zip-tie (about 3/16" wide) fits on a Denso Iridium IW24 plug (please excuse the nasty yellow valve cover). One thing to note, these coils only fit on plugs that have a removable terminal. In other words, the coils snap firmly on the bare threads of the terminal. Another thing to note, these are CDI coils which mean the primary to secondary coil ratio is less, because they were designed to be fired by approximately 400 volts from a CDI. If you try to fire these with 12 volts the spark will be very weak causing misfire. Some day I might make a more 'elegant' spacer, but the zip tie works pretty well for now.




M&W recommends these coils for their CD units, and sent this pic to show the correct polarity for wiring. Note that the coil in the pic is a 129700-3881 coil. The 3881 is just the length and grommet type, it's still from the 129700-XXXX family.
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Well done! I'm building a 3 way MCS coil over system for my 997 as we speak, also for street use.
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Thanks Doug!
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it's a while since I changed profession, but as a former Suzuki mechanic, I think I can remember that the 129700-xxxx is not a Denso part number, but fits into Suzuki parts system and 129700 names the type of part, coil in this case...

But like I said, it's a while since... might be wrong
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Hi Roland,

I have some Honda and Kawasaki coils that start with 129700-XXXX. The 129700-3881 in the M&W pic is a Honda CBR coil.

A quick scan through Ebay, if they have a good closeup pic, shows several 129700-XXXX coils, even for a Triumph.
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oh my... yet another epic saga thread chock full 'o awesome I hadn't read before

(and yet another opportunity to make me feel even more werserer about my lack of the mad skillz seemingly everyone here appears to have lol)

damn, you're quite talented... impressive work / execution

been a long road for you, the result will surely be amazing
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Thanks Paul!

Between work, traveling for work and family, it just leaves me a few hours each weekend for play.

And your right about talent on this forum, it seems to be full of talented people. Much more than other forums I peruse.
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Fret not!

I dilute things down to a dumbenough level here to offset all the awesomeness that otherwise seems to preside in spades!

Impressive you're able to do it all - I see by the minibike etc. you've got littler ones. My 3 and What's Her Face run my schedule (worse yet, mah poorpoor wallet) *ragged* 8-/...

Back to your irregularly unscheduled deprogramming...
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Hi again

Checked my old books from motorcycle days. You are right, not Suzuki numbers but Denso

I am getting old...

However, nice work you do!
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However, nice work you do!
And that means a lot from you, Mister extreme attention to detail!...........LOL

BTW I've been sketching out my reinforcing for the rear shock towers, and it's going to be a variation of the 'Proffighter Design', as long as it's not patented
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And that means a lot from you, Mister extreme attention to detail!...........LOL

BTW I've been sketching out my reinforcing for the rear shock towers, and it's going to be a variation of the 'Proffighter Design', as long as it's not patented
Copy my work (which is sometimes at least in principle a copy too ) makes me happy, as it shows I made something good.

I like to share rather than patents. That's why I am Linux user, not Microsoft

BTW, If it fails, we share the negative side too
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