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#181 b550

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Posted 13 September 2020 - 10:31 PM

Same short hike twice in a row with the DB460 and the BW208.

The DB460 is quite quiet, no vibration, no crackle or suspension noise, no transmission noise only a rolling noise at good speed. Very comfortable with the flexibility of the suspension (especially at the rear you can feel absolutely nothing) and the wheelbase long enough (about like a 2-seater ATV)

The position of the camera which is too high above the helmet, is too far below the helmet due to the relaxed riding position. The BW208 is extremely manoeuvrable and lively with its high clutch point, but slower top speed, still ample for small, narrow and winding trail.

 

 

 

 


Now: MXZ 500SS 2011 153'', Tundra R 2002, Freestyle 300f 2007, Renegage 800R 2009 (with wheel)

Before: , Elan 1986, Formula500 1997, MXZ500 1998, MXZ600 1999, FormulaZ600 2000, Summit600 144"x2"2001, MXZ500F 2001, TundraR 2000, Skandic440 2002, MXZ500LC 2003, MXZ550Frev 2005, Freestyle Park 550 2007, Elan 250ss 1973, MXZ 500ss 2009.


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Posted 14 September 2020 - 10:38 AM

I see NR Racing has a 18 amp lighting coil Coil, Lighting, 12V 18amp (216 watt), GX390 : Genuine Honda.This might be helpful for heated grips etc.

What ignition and timing system are you using?



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Posted 16 September 2020 - 05:00 PM

I look at your vids trying to recognize whether you use those trails in the winter also.



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Posted 16 September 2020 - 07:12 PM

I see NR Racing has a 18 amp lighting coil Coil, Lighting, 12V 18amp (216 watt), GX390 : Genuine Honda.This might be helpful for heated grips etc.

What ignition and timing system are you using?

I installed 2 x Honda 3 amp coil with the flywheel for electric starter. Ample for lights and recharge the Lithium battery. As on the Small-Doo.
I didn't invest any more, because the grang hand guard on the Small-Doo keeps my hands warm.
 
6 degree advanced from stock.

Now: MXZ 500SS 2011 153'', Tundra R 2002, Freestyle 300f 2007, Renegage 800R 2009 (with wheel)

Before: , Elan 1986, Formula500 1997, MXZ500 1998, MXZ600 1999, FormulaZ600 2000, Summit600 144"x2"2001, MXZ500F 2001, TundraR 2000, Skandic440 2002, MXZ500LC 2003, MXZ550Frev 2005, Freestyle Park 550 2007, Elan 250ss 1973, MXZ 500ss 2009.


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Posted 16 September 2020 - 07:19 PM

I look at your vids trying to recognize whether you use those trails in the winter also.

I also go through these paths in Small-Doo, but I don't film them often because they are easy.
Most very rough and steep path that I have fun in the winter are impossible to cross by ATV or motorcycle.

Now: MXZ 500SS 2011 153'', Tundra R 2002, Freestyle 300f 2007, Renegage 800R 2009 (with wheel)

Before: , Elan 1986, Formula500 1997, MXZ500 1998, MXZ600 1999, FormulaZ600 2000, Summit600 144"x2"2001, MXZ500F 2001, TundraR 2000, Skandic440 2002, MXZ500LC 2003, MXZ550Frev 2005, Freestyle Park 550 2007, Elan 250ss 1973, MXZ 500ss 2009.





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