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Offline Mcfly

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Re: My Madstad experience
« Reply #75 on: September 05, 2013, 11:29:13 pm »
Got back into the garage, started 'looking about' for a 100% solution to the whistle.

I came across some vinyl hose on the peg board... shiny...black... it matches!!

So rather than just block that air from behind as recommended by Madstad,
I decided to block it altogether.  I split the hose, and ran it along the lower edge.
This blocks that crack completely, and covers the sharp edge of the base.
I have yet to ride it like this...  Tomorrow after work I'll get her out on the road for
a test.  Fingers crossed!







Performance -- Rear: C14 Shock - Front: Sonic 1.1 w/emulators, Fork Brace - SISF Jet Mod & Ex Cam Sprocket - Tokico front brakes
Comfort -- Russell Day Long - Madstad - Cruise Control

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Re: My Madstad experience
« Reply #76 on: March 27, 2015, 04:54:23 pm »
Sooo, did this solve the problem? 

Offline Mcfly

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Re: My Madstad experience
« Reply #77 on: March 30, 2015, 11:56:53 pm »
Yep... it did.  I've since found foam to fill the gap that hose was filling, so it looks better.
Performance -- Rear: C14 Shock - Front: Sonic 1.1 w/emulators, Fork Brace - SISF Jet Mod & Ex Cam Sprocket - Tokico front brakes
Comfort -- Russell Day Long - Madstad - Cruise Control

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