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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-30-2015, 03:39 PM Thread Starter
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Vicbaggers has changed air flow for CC's
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-30-2015, 06:06 PM
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Wow. Talk about complete disassembly. Wonder how much that costs.



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They'll send a new sub-frame for free if you send them your entire bike.
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Vicbaggers has changed air flow for CC's

Kevinx has one.

This is not new... Vicbaggers has been building these for 2-3 years. They are to do a 26" wheel properly on our XC's. No other kits on the market change the rake via neck angle. I don't personally have experience with this sub frame but the idea of adding a 26" wheel and gaining 10 more hp is awesome!!!
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This is not new... Vicbaggers has been building these for 2-3 years. They are to do a 26" wheel properly on our XC's. No other kits on the market change the rake via neck angle. I don't personally have experience with this sub frame but the idea of adding a 26" wheel and gaining 10 more hp is awesome!!!
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They have just recently started getting requests for stock rake angles.
They have perfected the upper frame assembly...



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They have just recently started getting requests for stock rake angles.

They have perfected the upper frame assembly...

If I decide to do a 23" wheel I am going this route... I think stock trees and this upper frame allows for a 23". I am really quite happy with my current 21" set up but cams and that upper frame airbox would probably give me 125-128hp to the rear wheel. I bet that would make me smile for miles and miles.
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What do they sell for?
Could make reframing a writeoff a viable option.
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When I got my 23" they weren't making these yet (and a 26" wasn't my thing). I also was still concerned about warranty on a 6 month old bike, so major mods scared (my first brand new bike). I'm not a HP whore, so I will probably keep my motor as is. Famous last words...



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