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This is a discussion on NSR50 > NSF100 conversion within the NSR50, NSF100F, MB5, NS1 and RCV Mini forums, part of the General Talk category; Thanks man. It's been great. I ran into some teething issues. The exhaust is rubbing the tire. So need to raise it 1.5 inches above ...

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    Thanks man. It's been great.

    I ran into some teething issues. The exhaust is rubbing the tire. So need to raise it 1.5 inches above the subframe height. And the stock throttle throw is way too long. Need a quick turn as the XR throw requires a serious twist.

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    I've use the 1/4 turn Emko (I think that's how it's spelled) throttle. Kataco 1/4 turn works good too.
    Do you have the gearing figured out? I'm sure Brian helped ya with some of that

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    After having a warm butt I decided to put a barrier between the exhaust and me. Also finished up the gas tank venting. And crank case catch bottle. All ready for the September race.

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    And a shot of the elevated exhaust. Just bent the rear end of the subframe vertical.

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    This project is done. Just ran a shakedown and all was good. Next race is two weeks out.

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    How did the race go?
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    It went really well. It was a nice change to be running in the top three instead of the back three. The kayos have extra pull, but overall it was well worth the effort. All in all very happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanfret View Post
    It went really well. It was a nice change to be running in the top three instead of the back three. The kayos have extra pull, but overall it was well worth the effort. All in all very happy.
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    Has extra pull..?? I bet I can help ya get that extra pull on them if u tweak the motor a little bit!
    glad it's working out well.

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    A little off topic, but do you happen to have a stock XR100 head laying around Brian? I was planning to do the Kitaco 100cc kit, but I haven't decided yet. --L*64

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