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Hey Mark - I remember some of your posts from the old forum. What AHRMA rounds will you be running this year? I race an RD in the Novice Production class. Would love to come check out your parts in person.

I'm planning on High Plains, Heartland, and Laguna Seca for sure. Maybe Barber if I can get away that long.

What about you?

I'm NC based so I mostly stick to this coast. Have a kid on the way any day now so that's bound to impact my racing season but I'm thinking (in addition to already running Roebling): NJ, IL, & Barber. I'll be pleased if I make NR or IL and qualify for Barber.

If I do, I'll come find you in the pits!

- Lloyd

Do it for sure!

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Hey Mark - I remember some of your posts from the old forum. What AHRMA rounds will you be running this year? I race an RD in the Novice Production class. Would love to come check out your parts in person.

I'm planning on High Plains, Heartland, and Laguna Seca for sure. Maybe Barber if I can get away that long.

What about you?

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General Chatter / Re: Who has had carpel tunnel release surgery?
« on: January 25, 2022, 07:38:28 PM »
Iv'e had both wrists done. My left hand pinky finger still tingles but I forget about it. Totally worth it though.

I had cubital surgery on my right elbow also. I really shouldnt have been using my hand as a hammer all these years.

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General Chatter / Re: MC rearsets
« on: January 09, 2022, 08:47:59 PM »
I need to find a Daytona bike around me.

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Show Off / Re: 'speed of cheese' rearsets direct from the home office:
« on: December 30, 2021, 08:28:27 PM »
I missed this thread. It was so nice to have you and Angie visit.

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Show Off / Re: 'speed of cheese' cnc'd upper tree on lightweight
« on: December 30, 2021, 07:21:13 PM »
Excellent! I'm glad you like them.

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Speed of Cheese Racing / Re: RD upper triple clamps
« on: December 26, 2021, 05:09:07 PM »
 :clap:

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Speed of Cheese Racing / Re: RD upper triple clamps
« on: December 24, 2021, 05:17:07 PM »
That Digitron brings back memories! I had the same one, with the push button memory function on the side. That was like 30 years ago.

Great looking clamp!

That Digitron was on the landspeed bike when I bought it. It has made hundreds of passes on the salt. I finally upgraded to Digitron data collection gage and put this old one on the road race bike.

Thank you! and Merry Christmas.

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Speed of Cheese Racing / RD upper triple clamps
« on: December 24, 2021, 12:14:42 PM »
Sexy CNC machined upper triples, or yokes, whatever you call them.

Raw aluminum or black. 34mm and 35mm fork diameter.

Same drop as stock.









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M in NC and his lovely new wife came by on his honeymoon a few weeks ago. My new moto is to find a woman that will go out and talk motorcycles on a honeymoon. Solid.

He has been very helpful in filling in the other stuff I don't have.

So I made some new parts that may help in different applications.

Simple mount without exhaust hanger. I also slotted the lower hole so it fits any of the frames. I deem to have only one version in all my bikes.




I made a brake side with stock brake pivot but no exhaust hanger.





And one with the hanger.




Hope everyone's holidays are the best! Merry Christmas hohoho

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Fun video Mark! I still love those rearsets and I was nearly pushed over the edge to grab my credit card when the Cult started playing in the background. I just listened to that song at work today!
You mentioned variations...my 350 is going to use an hydraulic rear disc brake. Nothing is set in stone yet; I have a spare RZ rear master cylinder, but the master on my kid's CRF250 with the integral reservoir has my attention (de rigueur on late model MX bikes). Would you recommend starting with the 350 model and winging it, or will the 400 piece fit on the 350 and be easier? Maybe you have another idea? Might as well go Full Tilt while I'm at it... (see what I did there?)

Love the Cult! Thanks! I not very good at the video thing.

Yes go with the 350. The only difference between the 350 and 400 is the shifter arm. The 350 has to clear the side cover so it is longer and bent.

On the road race 400 I just hooked the master cylinder to the brake lever with a bracket I welded on the frame, but on the kinda stock 400 I ran it through the stock pivot. Either way works. Also keep in mind that if you need anything special for your application it is not a big deal for me.

Full Tilt! haha

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General Chatter / Re: Rearset install
« on: November 13, 2021, 09:25:39 AM »
Thanks Brian.

On this 350 I bent the kicker with a big wrench and torch.

I do have some billet ones I'm working on but this first design is still closer to the peg than I want so I'm redoing them.








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Hey SoCal250! I remember you. Thanks.

85RZwade Thank you.

M in sc   With all the fasteners the shift assembly is 426 grams and the brake side is 429 grams.

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Thanks guys.

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