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That's great Gadget. Looks schmick.

Should go schmick too.

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I gave the 350 a bit of a local run this morning to get everything settled in. The motor is exceptionally quiet with no weird noises at all. With standard 250 carb settings, it runs surprisingly well--but it definitely needs adjusting. Rich in the bottom, feels OK up to 80kph, then feels a bit restricted after that.... I didn't play with adjusting any of that in this run as I just wanted to get some time on the motor. Plus I should find out next week when my Mikuni arrives, so I'm not going to spend too much time on a carby that's coming off anyway.

As I did a complete bike build, I have also had to re-adjust the new chain, head stem bearing tension and handlebar position.. An interesting point about the TTR 600 forks- I have somehow ended up with 30mm more ground clearance than my sons TTR (which has DRZ400 forks)







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First mud!
Bike looks fantastic. Somehow looks leaner than the old tt, despite the use of the plastics. Maybe it's the height?
I think the ttr engine is quite tolerant of rich settings. Looking forward to hearing how the Mikuni goes.
Good work,
Simon.

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Looks meaner you mean!

Flipping good job Mark, why change the forks? did the ttr axle fit or you had to make a modification?



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Ended up with full TTR 600 front end- triples, forks, axle, spacers, wheel, brakes, speedo drive.

It'll end up with a better set up for the desert riding that I do, and more adjustable than the 250 forks if I change where/how I ride.



-- Edited by Gadget964 on Saturday 23rd of May 2020 07:03:25 PM

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