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Old 09-25-2011, 06:21 AM   #2086
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a few more of the 630's at play in the mountains















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Old 09-25-2011, 07:59 AM   #2087
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[QUOTE=Fast1;16930909]a few more of the 630's at play in the mountainsQUOTE]

Wow!!! I just figured out what's missing from my 630................Mountains to ride in. Looks like a great trip.
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Old 09-25-2011, 10:35 AM   #2088
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8768 miles on my odometer. I did another valve check. They were still in spec from my 6000 mile shimming. I also checked the little oil screen under the clutch cover. Still spotless.

Now I just have to sit and wait for my damn sprockets to arrive.
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Old 09-25-2011, 10:38 AM   #2089
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If you want more air to mate with the improved exhaust flow the EMS Racing outwear positioned right over the inlet to the throttle body can improve engine performance and with the waterproof and dust elimination capabilities you don't sacrifice engine longevity. In fact, more of the air filter now has use than just the portion under the stock snorkel that shows dirt when you clean your air filter.
So that thing lets more air in but keeps water out? How is that even possible?
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Old 09-25-2011, 11:33 AM   #2090
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Fast1, do you have a part number for the ems pre filter?
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Old 09-25-2011, 11:39 AM   #2091
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So that thing lets more air in but keeps water out? How is that even possible?
We used to use those on jet skis. You can take them and fill them up with water and they will hold it like a plastic bag, yet you can breath through them like nothings there? I just know they worked for the jet skis. Standup skis take in alot of water and these things were a requirement for upgraded open style air filters and velocity stacks.
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Old 09-25-2011, 04:50 PM   #2092
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make it run right.. at least mine was night and day better with just the recommended JD tuner settings and a slight bump up on the red setting (high speed jet/carb).

If you want more air to mate with the improved exhaust flow the EMS Racing outwear positioned right over the inlet to the throttle body can improve engine performance and with the waterproof and dust elimination capabilities you don't sacrifice engine .....


did you make the surround for the prefilter or did it come with the kit? If so, which kit?
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Old 09-25-2011, 05:29 PM   #2093
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EHS Racing

Single Plate Style 2207: Comes with one aluminum plate (and the rest of kit) its meant for applications where the mounting location is removable. So you can get to mounting hardware on the back for filter replacement. For example a removable air box cover

here is the link

http://www.ehsracing.com/products/un...airbox_EHS.htm


I've used these for other racing applications and they do hold water out. The pre-filter material is available for replacement also.



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Old 09-25-2011, 10:43 PM   #2094
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Imogene pass - first accent since snow a week ago and the most challenging/dangerous ride of my life
Imogene is the perfect place for an EFI offroad bike.

My XR628 was jetted spot on for everything else in the San Juans - and it sputtered it's way over 13,114' Imogene, threatening to die and make me kick it back to life on the last stretch to the top.
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Old 09-26-2011, 05:52 AM   #2095
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a few more of the 630's at play in the mountains















OK now thats not fair. I hate you Riding there would be a thrill of a life time for me. Please tell me where the photos were taken , perhaps i can do it someday.
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Old 09-26-2011, 08:40 AM   #2096
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+1 on the FMF/JD combo. I went to a 14 tooth front sprocket and may try the 45 tooth rear I took off my TE450 once the engine is broken in. Right now the gearing seems like a good compromise (5200 RPM at 65 MPH).

I can recommend Les at LT Racing for suspension work. He's done 3 bikes for me so far, does great work and is a pleasure to deal with. He removed the spacers in my fork and shock and regained the lost 1 inch of travel and ground clearance - good if you're tall like I am.

Before I had my suspension done I had Seat Concepts do a custom seat which added about 1.5 inches of height so now, with the added suspension height I have a whopping 40 inch seat height which is taking a little getting used to... Love the bike so far...

Glad you survived playing bumper cars on your new bike....


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First real ride on the new bike today. About 180 miles.
Bike is truly fun w/ the FMF/JD box. Very smooth and a bit more grunt than I thought.
Definitely need to address the gearing and suspension, but that is pretty simple.



I did manage to have a little contact w/ a Nissan Titan, but the Husky won.

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Old 09-26-2011, 08:50 AM   #2097
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Please tell me where the photos were taken , perhaps i can do it someday.
SW corner of the state down in the San Juans.

Google Tincup Pass, Cottonwood Pass, Cinnamon and Engineer Passes (or Alpine Loop)
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Old 09-26-2011, 11:24 AM   #2098
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Next time someone has their airbox lid off can you tell me how long the lower bolt is - the one that goes through the lid and anchors the airbox. Figures that off all the bolts holding the cover on that is the one that vibrated out...
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Old 09-26-2011, 11:27 AM   #2099
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Next time someone has their airbox lid off can you tell me how long the lower bolt is - the one that goes through the lid and anchors the airbox. Figures that off all the bolts holding the cover on that is the one that vibrated out...
Dunno...at work right now. But...that is the one bolt that needs threadlock. You know that now, but other folks should be sure to put some blue goo on that bolt.
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Old 09-26-2011, 12:06 PM   #2100
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SW corner of the state down in the San Juans.

Google Tincup Pass, Cottonwood Pass, Cinnamon and Engineer Passes (or Alpine Loop)
I rode Cottonwood Pass earlier this year. Awesome road.
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