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Old 11th December 2005, 15:18   #46
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wow ...thats amazing ...
Hi I am Sameer from Santosh Bldg. where are you now send me some of your car snaps. Also tell me about your views for Santro erlx
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Old 13th December 2005, 13:18   #47
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put quick throttle may be that will help u for pick up!!!!
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hi guys have done some more modifications.hav got a beter ignition unit.my top end has slightly improved to around 88....wassup guys y don we like minded kini dragsters meet this weekend?
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Old 5th January 2006, 10:32   #49
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Here's my Kiny:
Pimped Kiny

Running
Roaring Wire Mesh Filters
Crash Bobbins
Lightweight clutch rollers
HIgher launch RPM
Porting
Carb Upjetting
Home Made Turbo kit providing 0.5 PSi boost
Extended Mono
Twin Halogens
High Speed SparkPlugs(Kinetic recommeded)
Continental 110/85 tyres OR 3.5 Conti Normal size ones
Lightweight alloys
StreetFighta Lookin' no fairing.
Fatter SparkPlug wires(Got them free)
Cut out main stand to increase cornering clearance
Aluminium finish handlebars and levers

Im really surprised that you beat 100cc in drags, cause mine destroyed all em splendors just running these mods.

That dio guy is hemank, and we both are part of gravity Warriors.
You dont need all power mods for wheelies, you can pick up a stock KIHO or DIO just like that. Technique.. But dude has great skill.

BTW, I was the one who took those pics..hehe...photographer inside of me!

I dont have much money to spent on my kiny but will get all DADDY mods done from Chinoy. The besta two-twoke tuner.

Your clutch will get fried over and over again.
Try importing Malossi clutch kits. They dont cost that much.

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Old 5th January 2006, 10:37   #50
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A quick throttle is a dumb idea. I had put it on for motocross practise

Here what I think you shud do: Should jump power EVEN MORE!

*FlatSide Carbs
*A UNi oR Wire mesh filters. K&N's not worth.
*UPJET.immediately
*Higher Launch RPM
*A Boost bottle
*Fatter tyres at back
*Cut down all em commuter parts
*RDdreams CDI kit from chinoy. he rocks maan
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Old 5th January 2006, 11:15   #51
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A quick throttle is a dumb idea. I had put it on for motocross practise

Here what I think you shud do: Should jump power EVEN MORE!

*FlatSide Carbs
*A UNi oR Wire mesh filters. K&N's not worth.
*UPJET.immediately
*Higher Launch RPM
*A Boost bottle
*Fatter tyres at back
*Cut down all em commuter parts
*RDdreams CDI kit from chinoy. he rocks maan
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does he make kits for the kinetic ?
home made turbo ? u make it sound like food or something liek that
what exactly have you made ? specify.

both you guys....i think ron mentioned a wiseco-hot rod for the kiney.just incase you looking .

and m1g do you still have the quick throttle on you.im looking out for one,new or used .. doesnt matter
PM me incase its still there
also tell me more about the clutch setups u talking about.im interested

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Old 5th January 2006, 11:57   #52
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pardon my ignorance but i never thought you could put a turbo on a two stroke 100cc ungeared scooter..m1g please explain ???
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Home Made Turbo kit providing 0.5 PSi boost
That is wierd trying to run a turbo on a kiney ... a good job on the ports will get you alot more power than what .5 psi of boost ever will. Please do contact Ron and get his views too.
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Old 5th January 2006, 14:39   #54
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IT is kinda of a electric turbo setup running on a experimental basis.
It uses a fan driving a compressor inside a plasticky thing, only that the setup runs entirely on battery. My indicators dont work, only headlight, no horn even.
Im estimating that it you provide 0.5psi boost..

ron laughs his ass off with each of my questions.

but overall, the advantages are not significant unless im running a lot richer..

And i could put in big bore kits, porting but then, it messes the clutch bad, reduces my pocket to nil, and it is my everyday bike.
will do it once i get ma apache
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It uses a fan driving a compressor inside a plasticky thing, Im estimating that it you provide 0.5psi boost..
I dont think a battery driven fan will give you that pressure instead it work as a restriction to the intake. However your cooling fan to the block could give you the same pressure if sealed well.

Anyway never said it is not right to try, but the logical steps are the easiest steps. porting can be done even without sacrificing life of the engine.
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I dont think a battery driven fan will give you that pressure instead it work as a restriction to the intake. However your cooling fan to the block could give you the same pressure if sealed well.

Anyway never said it is not right to try, but the logical steps are the easiest steps. porting can be done even without sacrificing life of the engine.
where exactly have you placed the fan? is it at that square hole to the air box?
or if your wiremesh is directly on the carb...then where have you attached the fan


@psycho suppose the engine cooling fan or an A/C compressor is connected to the mouth of a bigger carb ... would it actually deliver the air to the engine.. i mean wouldnt pressure in the carb become too much ?
how about a fan after the carb...on the manifold
any good ?
was thinking about this a while ago...wouldnt be too difficult to get hold of a fan and a separate battery or run it on dynamo or something like that
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Hey buddy your bike seems really ompressive but i don't think it stands a chance against another kine my friend was talking about in B'lore itself.As far as i know its beaten the **** out of a hell lot of bikes including shogun itself.So y don't u give him a try.If i'm not wrong he rides a black kine(totally done up) & its got a really prominent sticker on it saying xXx.If u want more info then just let me know,i shall be glad 2 direct u 2 this guy.
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Hey buddy your bike seems really ompressive but i don't think it stands a chance against another kine my friend was talking about in B'lore itself.As far as i know its beaten the **** out of a hell lot of bikes including shogun itself.So y don't u give him a try.If i'm not wrong he rides a black kine(totally done up) & its got a really prominent sticker on it saying xXx.If u want more info then just let me know,i shall be glad 2 direct u 2 this guy.
hey dud i have seen ur friend movin around town. rides like a maniac on a all show no go kini wit a sickiningly huge urban dragon and xx sticker.reg no 3533 i think... hav dragged wit him on the orr and smoked him. spoke to him afta d drag studies in bit
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have a new addition to my now huge lista mods which is a k&n high performance filter thanks to binz... the bike revving sound is to die for.
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seems like u've got the wrong guy.This guy studies in rns...He eint in bangalore now
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