No updates needed on F-5. They go on line soon. Here's some spec's.
102-104 H/P @ 8400-8500. Best initial acceleration 8250-8350. Clutching-50.5 grams ylw/wht drive spring, 51deg cam, grn secondary spring in 3rd hole, 19-40 w 70 pitch 13 wide chain, engagement-41-4200 RPM.
I remembered seeing this before ,so I went and found it
8520 on tach recall-jason what do you think of the f6????Hopefully it will perform like a f6 and not the old zr600s,thats why i got into the zr500s apvs and f5- performance right there with the zr600s.hope this f6 raises the bar from the f5,not like the past few years-scott
I guess what I should have said was;Flipping the coil turned out to be a pain in the butt,I didn't want to take apart the sparkplug boot,so i used the black split loom and wrapped the high tension leads from the boots to the coil.I also seperated the mess of wires that entangle the coil and the leads.My recall was telling me that I was hitting 10,200 rpm before the fix.I also bolted the coil down with nyloks.
Have an F5 only getting about 80-85mph. Checked the
primary after marking it. Shows about 1 1/2 inches of line
left to the top.
Any suggestions for clutching.
Dealer told me it needs more break-in (has 230miles).
Snoace,sounds like you need to check your powervalve cables,where they attach to the servo motor.I've heard others say the same thing"my F5 is only getting 80-85mph",then they realized that one or both cables were off.poor design?
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