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Thread: Spoonvalley 1127 kit.

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    Spoonvalley 1127 kit.

    Hi, can anybody tell me if Spoonvalley still supply their 1127 big Bore kit.
    Many thanks, Richard.

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    Think all the kits are made to order, they are mega money aswell. A cheaper option is an 1102 kit

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    Richard,you are getting greedy now ha ha ha


    Ask the man himself


    http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/member.php?9432-VR-8
    please get in touch if you would like a modded collector,adjustable lock-stops or quick release tank and seat pins

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    http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/s...d.php?t=257068

    Dyno numbers. The torque is stunning.

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    Pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by redratbike View Post
    Richard,you are getting greedy now ha ha ha


    Ask the man himself


    http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/member.php?9432-VR-8
    Hi Mark, I just thought if you are going to go big Bore, you might aswell do it in the proper fashion haha.
    Everyone that has one rates them, I would feel that it was the best I could achieve for that engine. I wouldn't be left wondering, what if.
    The handling and brakes upgrades are nearly all complete, just a Maxton fork conversion to do and it's finished. So I would like to do it some justice, the two would compliment each other perfectly.
    The difference between the the ordinary and the extraordinary is that little extra.
    I believe that extra is 25cc 😂
    Thanks for the information everyone.

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    On a related note, will the dorsoduro 1200 engine fit in the RSV? I see a few around reasonably priced. Are they just a bigger bore and stroke of our rotax 990?
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    Quote Originally Posted by peace maker View Post
    On a related note, will the dorsoduro 1200 engine fit in the RSV? I see a few around reasonably priced. Are they just a bigger bore and stroke of our rotax 990?
    Or what about EBR Rx 1190?
    I thought that was a Rotax engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vergil View Post
    Or what about EBR Rx 1190?
    I thought that was a Rotax engine.

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    Doesn't fit Wrong angle 72 degrees I thought of this a few years ago ha ha abdnthr 1200 motor not powerful enough to warrant trying and before you ask the v4 doesn't squeeze in there either hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellgate View Post
    http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/s...d.php?t=257068

    Dyno numbers. The torque is stunning.

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    You guys do know the only way to make big torque numbers is with forced induction.
    Sorry to piss all over your bon fire but my falco just made 123lbs at 8500 rpm .
    Boost is the way forward....

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    That's amazing feat of engineering ned you done there, I am really that bothered about the torque, just wanted best big Bore, that thing you built is missile, a great accomplishment.

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    Supercharger is the way ;-)

    /J

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    90 to 100ftlb of torque will be plenty, especialy without traction control. You will be making peak torque of a stock motor at around 5.5k rpm with the bb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VR-8 View Post
    Supercharger is the way ;-)

    /J
    Just out of interest.
    What kind of torque do your supercharger kits put out.
    Assuming the setup is with stock comp and 5-6 psi at max rpm

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    Look at what Mr SpoonValley Racing has done is past ...... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiTp2miUJJI and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-Etbtej7z8
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelman_2 View Post
    Look at what Mr SpoonValley Racing has done is past ...... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiTp2miUJJI and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-Etbtej7z8
    That's a work of art, great engineering, the motor is so responsive. Truly amazing.

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