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Old Apr 24th 2014, 05:18 AM   #21
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I have the Akro EVO system on order with Cycle Pro, due in mid May, I'm also installing the Rapid Bike system with the MWR air filter. Yaman just installed my BST carbons with ceramic bearings yesterday and you won't find anyone who is more detail oriented than the people at Cycle Pro. I am just waiting for the pipe to come off back order so I can feel the difference. I also installed the FIR mirrors on my bike, about 6" shorter than stock, the only difference is that instead of moving my shoulder to see, now I just have to lift my elbow to see, much better looking than the original mirrors. Also I'm looking for some rides in central Florida.

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I have the Akro EVO system on order with Cycle Pro, due in mid May, I'm also installing the Rapid Bike system with the MWR air filter. Yaman just installed my BST carbons with ceramic bearings yesterday and you won't find anyone who is more detail oriented than the people at Cycle Pro. I am just waiting for the pipe to come off back order so I can feel the difference. I also installed the FIR mirrors on my bike, about 6" shorter than stock, the only difference is that instead of moving my shoulder to see, now I just have to lift my elbow to see, much better looking than the original mirrors. Also I'm looking for some rides in central Florida.
Can i ask what the full akra evo system is going for now? I know the price was getting hiked up a bit so I'm curious.
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Old Apr 24th 2014, 05:41 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by rons1199s View Post
I have the Akro EVO system on order with Cycle Pro, due in mid May, I'm also installing the Rapid Bike system with the MWR air filter. Yaman just installed my BST carbons with ceramic bearings yesterday and you won't find anyone who is more detail oriented than the people at Cycle Pro. I am just waiting for the pipe to come off back order so I can feel the difference. I also installed the FIR mirrors on my bike, about 6" shorter than stock, the only difference is that instead of moving my shoulder to see, now I just have to lift my elbow to see, much better looking than the original mirrors. Also I'm looking for some rides in central Florida.
A lot of people complain of the oem mirrors and not being able to see past their shoulders. They all must have some broad shoulders or very large guys cause I have no problem with the stock mirrors. I tried the lightech carbon mirrors and they were horrible. they looked pretty but no visual of rear at all. I personally am not a fan of the handle bar mirror look. Just not tasteful for me. Goodluck on your bike and post some pics upon completion for us. JeffD is in central Fl and if you guys set up a ride that's not track ill be glad to commute up that way for the day and join you guys.
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Can i ask what the full akra evo system is going for now? I know the price was getting hiked up a bit so I'm curious.
Look around. $4600 @ Bellissimoto, $4300 @ Revzilla.
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A def spike in price. Motovationusa.com has it listed at 3897$ and change. A bit less then both belliss and REV.
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I have order parts from them and they are quite quick with delivery. Located in Texas.
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if you actually priced PCV with ignition module and Auto Tune (which is a data logger and does not do both cylinders) Race system is cheaper.
I have a PCV with autotune and two wide band lamda sensors. It adjusts my afr in real time as I drive and do each cylinder individually.
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I have a PCV with autotune and two wide band lamda sensors. It adjusts my afr in real time as I drive and do each cylinder individually.
I thought you had to connect the PCV to the laptop and then adjust the map trims to what the Auto-Tune reads from the lambda sensors? My bad if that's not how it works.

Does the PCV also have ignition mapping and optimization?
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Yaman just installed my BST carbons with ceramic bearings yesterday
I also have BST cf wheels on my bike and as far as I am aware ceramic bearings are only available for the front wheel. Could you please tell me where the rear wheel's ceramic bearings came from and what does it price at as I would also be interested in changing my rear to ceramic bearings.
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Originally Posted by rons1199s View Post
I have the Akro EVO system on order with Cycle Pro, due in mid May, I'm also installing the Rapid Bike system with the MWR air filter. Yaman just installed my BST carbons with ceramic bearings yesterday and you won't find anyone who is more detail oriented than the people at Cycle Pro. I am just waiting for the pipe to come off back order so I can feel the difference. I also installed the FIR mirrors on my bike, about 6" shorter than stock, the only difference is that instead of moving my shoulder to see, now I just have to lift my elbow to see, much better looking than the original mirrors. Also I'm looking for some rides in central Florida.
Saw your wheels in the box at Cycle Pro on Tuesday, suhweet! Can't wait to see what the weight is on Yaman's digital scale, he's already weighed my Rotobox RBX2s so I'm curious to see if the numbers match up to those shown by Bellissimoto.

I'll PM you my contact info, I live in Lake Mary and ride west on 46 around Seminole, Lake and Orange County, with what few twisty roads we have there.
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