Mito 443

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Re: Mito 443

Post by lee » 07 Sep 2015, 20:29

Id just have the paintjob with a subtle 443 on it.
No made up names.

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Re: Mito 443

Post by pch1 » 08 Sep 2015, 10:59

lee wrote:Id just have the paintjob with a subtle 443 on it.
No made up names.
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Re: Mito 443

Post by yazza5454 » 09 Sep 2015, 08:12

Bellmouths on, have to see how they perform as there's not much space but the air filter is a much better fit with them on.

Need to relocate the carb overflow catch tank

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Re: Mito 443

Post by CRM » 02 Oct 2015, 08:34

this is a fantastic project, i really cant wait to see this in the flesh.
trade you for a blast on the CR lol

As for paint, how about something along the supermono lines ? red with yellow ?
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Re: Mito 443

Post by yazza5454 » 02 Oct 2015, 22:47

Cheers mate, the bike is away at the moment being painted

Gone for this but proper yam blue instead of the red, 443 where it says TZ and no big Yamaha decal. Wheels stay gold and mudguard/hugger stay unpainted carbon

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I just hope it comes out like it is in my head :p

Also got different needles to try in carbs and more jets, bell mouths and I'm retro fitting a TPS so I can have a much more accurate ignition map. Once that's fitted and working I'll be going back on the dyno, I will be happy with the same peak figures but smoother on the throttle/less of a hole in the mid range, although I'd be surprised if it doesn't gain a bit at peak too.

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Re: Mito 443

Post by yazza5454 » 08 Oct 2015, 21:39

Got the fairings back from Alan at RR Racepaints, going away for a few days early tomorrow so no time to fit them :( but happy with the finish :)

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Re: Mito 443

Post by Clarkey » 08 Oct 2015, 22:25

yazza5454 wrote:Got the fairings back from Alan at RR Racepaints, going away for a few days early tomorrow so no time to fit them :( but happy with the finish :)

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Oh you are shitting me? You can't tease us like that, lol

Look smart mate, can't wait to see it all together

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Re: Mito 443

Post by yazza5454 » 13 Oct 2015, 16:46

Clothes on, pleased with the outcome

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Got a few miles in and the flat spot found on the dyno is quite pronounced on the road, it feels like it needs a good tooth off the front or a few on the back as well, I'm cruising around in second at the moment which isn't ideal.

Plenty to improve but at least it can be ridden.

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Re: Mito 443

Post by finchey63 » 13 Oct 2015, 17:37

I love the blue and white mate.
She looks stunning with her cloths on. :D

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Re: Mito 443

Post by Clarkey » 13 Oct 2015, 17:58

That looks properly ace mate, you must be well chuffed with it and very proud of yourself

Honestly, very envious of that. What a lovely looking thing


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