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post #71 of 79 (permalink) Old 04-21-2017, 12:38 AM
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It's amazing how much feel a simple mod can do. I've saw Alot of people on here say it's like adding 100cc and with the 16g sliders it's definitely a totally different machine haha... Love it
Haha....I knew you would love the 16's. That's what I run, and they are quite necessary for riding two up.
You can also go for the Dr Pulley HIT Clutch, it helps on shifts and take offs, but it's kinda of pricey, a little too pricey for me. I just run the stock clutch and it does fine for me.
Glad you like the 16's.
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If stock clutch were to ever go I'd buy the hit clutch but stock clutch works fine and don't need to spend that much coin on something that doesn't need replacing. Yesterday rained all day and today it is quite chilly so didn't ride much except across town a couple times and couple quick higher speed runs to test.. I am am curious, what rpms do u see with the 16g sliders at 60 on the speedo.. Which for me I figure is 53-55 real time.. I'm seeing around 5,800 or so in short little bit I've messed with it but can't say that is completely accurate as it may be little lower.
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You haven't seen my 16 grams Speed vs RPM Chart? Perhaps they should PIN IT. Hey Admins, did you hear that?!

OK, I'll Post it again.

16 gram DP Sliders:
2008 Suzuki Burgman AN400
Cruising at indicated:
Speed vs RPM
30 = 4300
40 = 4800
50 = 5200
60 = 5400
70 = 6100
80 = 6800
90 = 7800
100 = 8500
Wide Open Throttle acceleration from 40 mph to 60 mph = about 6800 rpm
Gas mileage runs City about 48, Highway about 65 with steady throttle.

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2006 Burgman AN650 K6 White (The White Knight)
2008 Burgman AN400 K8 Red (The Red Baron)
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1974 Yamaha 360 MX Yellow
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1971 Kaw Bighorn 350 Enduro Brown
1970 Kaw H1 500 Red
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Thanks, sounds about right. I was pretty angered about the dealer..Asked them to change the fluids and whatnot and I'd buy it and guy said he would....Oil was black..Looked quite old..Changed to shell Rosella ty.. air filter was black and full of junk so I doubt they changed anything else either. Have a givi airflow on the way from RevZilla. Really excited to try that out as stock shield is just a little lacking for side protection and helmet buffeting. Put around 450 miles on already..Loving it
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You'll love that Givi Wind Screen. I've got one on my 400 and one on my 650. I think the one on my 400 gives me a little less turbulence at any given speed, especially over 60 mph.
Yuck! Dealers! Don't get me started!

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Anything has to be better then stock lol. Wish I would have ordered day sooner, won't get package until Monday sadly unless it gets to local ups place and I have time to go grab it before work today but I don't think it'll happen lol
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Got the givi and installed today..didn't get to test too much before work but major improvement over stock, which I've saw all over the forums here. Only thing I didn't like about it was on the install having the metal washer right on the screen..really think tomorrow I'm going to run up to Ace and grab some rubber washers for piece of mind and add them between the metal washer and the screen
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Yes, Smart thinking. I always put the rubber washers on mine. It will prevent a crack from starting.

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Idk why they didn't include them in the first place honestly..pretty sure givi I had for my pcx had them included. Just seems stupid to have metal washer lol
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