SuperDeet125R '01 - Running Project
@Darty I'm only talking from experience. The amount of time spent on a manual lathe to make the worlds smallest simplest component, and what you would want for doing it is not justifiable.
That said, what else ya doing
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As the saying goes; "Better late than never!!!"
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Welcome to every possibly carb option for a DTR, the darty edition.
Never heard of Nikkon before. Pretty pipe I must add proper phat boi. Also good to see you cracking on at last man
@Darty How do you fit 36mm carb on your dt,what kind of carb boot use for it.
@Rizboy We fitted a 38mm keihin carb to a 2001 DTR
Just used a heat gun to up the carb boot and reamed out the inlet manifold to suit.
Darty do you have accelaeation video or something like that or dyno result
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@jonne123 Never got round to it, I’m looking to get it Dyno’d in the future
I am also working on a custom inlet. Very cool inspiration here
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Prototype V4, 3D printed in a TPU at 80A Shore Hardness like the original. This is chemical and UV resistant filament and it's rather tough!
This is the final design for use with a pressure mold.
Concessions need to be made for 3D printing rubber unfortunately, so now I'm using M5 Socket cap bolts and the original flange that's molded in the Airbox as a sealing face, it actually works out to be the most effective alternative. Much like a YZ Airbox will use the same design.
The Airbox is so important when jetting a 2stroke road bike, we need to control the flow of air and have a place to store some also! Induction theory carries on. The area inside is free of interruption and the boot helps to increase the velocity upon entering the carb. I'm hoping to gain more torque down low by using that stock Airbox volume.
The design now minimises any angles greater than 55deg, this means material does not have to be supported as we print. As you can see, this is the optimal version as the rest of the print can completed cleanly as a vertical slice.
So much more flexibility with jetting. Measure 69 times, draw it once.
Mikuni TM34ss finally finished.
Actually amazing that you can 3D print parts!
I need to get myself a 3D printer. Can just imagine the hassle I could save!
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@Darty tm34ss is the perfect upgrade due the the shape and angle, keeps the float bowl level .
I think there's a tm36ss also