@yammieguy I don't have experience with arrow exhaust systems. But I do have a Gianelli which was great for peak power. And a Athena which has more low rpm power, less peak power
Now I have a custom one and sounds perfect. And great power all the way 👌
@calum You would think that having the nipple at the bottom would aid bleeding and reduce the air bubbles, but I guess that gravity plays its part and adds disturbance to the fluid? I suppose that bubbles rise to the top and having the caliper upside down may affect the flow as well? I'm no expert but I'm sure that there's been some study somewhere. If you look at most vehicles running disc brakes, the majority have their location's at the 2-4 o'clock position. I guess that's for maximum performance, it would be interesting to see if you swapped it for a left hand unit, with the bleed nipple at the top, would you get better braking performance and easier bleeding? There's always plenty of Ducati monster calipers on ebay and making a new bracket wouldn't take too long - well worth a shot. 😉
@Baileyboy2008 well like Calum pointed out there’s no such thing as pinning your valve half way if the valve is have way closed you will get zero power above 6k open her all the way and then see what it does
Measure across the pick up sensor. Make sure that you are getting current to trigger the CDI. You will want to follow that pulse from the pickup to the CDI. From the CDI you will see it go to the primary coil. From there it should go to the secondary mutal winding and out to the HT lead. It's as simple as that. Somewhere you are losing that signal.
My aftermarket clocks reset to zero. Now my mot history is all over the place. I don't intend on selling the bike so makes no odds to me. Would be nice to see how many miles I have done in ten years though.