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Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:47 am
by hondapowersr
I am collecting parts for a disc swap and jdm tail. I have some nice mirrors but waiting for them to come back from powdercoater.

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 10:12 am
by Meatball
Well if you need insight on which parts are compatible, give a shout.

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 1:03 pm
by bonesv
Do you still have the stock cylinder and piston/rings? How about the stock exhaust pipe?

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Wed Jun 12, 2019 11:02 am
by hondapowersr
Yes, I still have stock everything. Layer of 2smoke oil on everything and wrapped up and stored.

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Sun Jun 16, 2019 10:28 pm
by hondapowersr
Going for 80 mph tomorrow. Got 2fast pipe, and matched the boost port to the corsa. Hit 74mph barley tucked on an Arrow pipe at 12080 rpm. So I think 80 plus is possible with a 2fast pipe. Racing a mildly built grom down the airstrip tomorrow, wish me luck

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Mon Jun 17, 2019 4:32 am
by Meatball
Bruh, I eat Groms for lunch as a steady diet. Even mildly modified ones. I have not tested on a heavily modified Grom since those arent around my area much. Usual bolt-ons like pipe, cam, etc.. cant hang with me. My build consists of ported Corsa, ported/matched case, mini stroke crank, ported intake, Yasuni pipe, ZX with Ruck vari, 8.4 gears and other typical supporting bits. Its tuned pretty fat and safe for long wot runs and never gets above 360. I could easily lean it up to make is scream even harder but my typical ride has a 10min blast down the highway with a hill climb at the end and dont want it heating up.

You should be able to jump in front of the Groms pretty easy from the gate and once you reach 70...they’ll never be able to reel you in. Expect to drag em down the strip with 10 car lengths. If you can mount a rear facing GoPro Id love see that footage for a laugh.

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:11 pm
by hondapowersr
I finally got a 70+ run on video. Using rollers that where from aarow pipe, not 2fast. And wrong clutch springs.. up a slight incline and 15mph headwind here. 291 degrees. 13180 rpm. 3 gram rollers on the way. And red clutch springs for s6.



https://youtu.be/0Wj7KTWte1I

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 11:35 pm
by Meatball
Something seems fishy with these claims. I know what that combo can do. :bs:

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Mon Jun 24, 2019 9:56 am
by Wheelman-111
Greetings:

I'm just wondering why you didn't turn around and try a run with a 15-MPH Tailwind?

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 2:10 am
by hondapowersr
What's fishy about it? It's on video.. ask Brandon from scooter swap shop hes VERY familiar with what is in my elite

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 2:16 am
by hondapowersr
The video link is right there^^^

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 5:11 am
by Meatball
Tell me how you raised compression with the o-ringed Corsa head and use the stock crank for 110 octane without detonation. Tell me how your 55/110 works for you on that 24mm PWK again. Tell me how you split the case, matched the boost port, didnt open the intake windows then reassembled with the stock crank again. Tell me about hitting 74 @ 12080 with 9:1’s and an Arrow up an incline into the wind. Tell me about your 81mph like your Facebook posts claim.

Actually, dont tell me...I already know whats up. Nice scooter anyways still.

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 8:10 am
by hondapowersr
You honestly have no idea what's up hahaha. Try using actual factual tuning methods. I've raced shifter carts since I was 7, and work on paramotors as a side job. How does my 24mm like those jets? Idk but I know I get about an hour of riding out of a tank. And my temps stay under 300 degrees full tilt. I use a wideband for tuning, I just slipped a piece tube with a bung in between silencer and pipe. Not proper placement by the way it really should be 8 to 12 inches from the jug. A thermocouple in my slip fit connected to a fluke meter, and a knock sensor. Everyone seems to doubt me and it makes me sad :( and actually my vapor says max of 13180 rpm. Sorry if you have not had good luck with a stock crank, but keep in mind the low miles on mine. Also, I didnt have to raise compression on anything, but if I were to do so I would use a thinner base gasket. You might be thinking of my turbo nighthawk, that I had to use a thicker head gasket to LOWER compression for boost on pump gas. Your more then welcome to watch when I tear it down this fall. You can see everything that's in it. Also, 81 mph was not on video so i stopped claiming it because of nay sayers. But dont worry. I have a windjammer coming from steady garage that supposedly puts this 2fast to shame. We will see tho.

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 8:15 am
by hondapowersr
And that video hitting 75 not 74 was with 2fast. My aarow hit 74. If you don't think that 2fast is good for 6 more mph then your crazy. I'm about to put my gf on it when my new front tire comes, and send it. Shes half my weight and about 5 times more aerodynamic lol. Windjammer. Zx trans, and the rest of my parts for disc brake swap are in the mail.

Re: My 1999 Elite S with 230 miles.

Posted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 8:27 am
by hondapowersr
One last thing. I am also pretty surprised at this stock crank. I'm surprised I have not sent it through the case and all the way back to Japan. Aa long as it lasts to fall or winter, I'll be making a coffee table piece out of it and my other stock parts. Dropped off a blown up af16 and a blown up horizontal Zuma motor at the machine shop 2 months ago. They are cutting the af16 cases, and making a baseplate, to run a Zuma cyl, crank, and vari, on my af16. I'm going for a Frankenstein build. They almost have it figured out. Once they get mine done, they will offer it as a service for people if theres enough demand. They didnt believe me when I told then the amount of people who build these things. I guess that's a trend. I'm about to just give up posting anymore here or Facebook. In all the hobbies I've been into (RC, shiftercart, autocross, Extreme overclocking and PC building, rock crawling jeeps, motorcycling) I've never been called a liar. Sorry my bike performs better then almost any stock crank elite out there. I guess maybe I should just put it away for another 20 years, that's about how I feel at this point