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About jon haney

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  • Birthday 12/08/1967

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    Wichita, KS
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    Motorcycles, Racing

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    99 CBR1100XX, 2014 Honda Grom(#2), 2010 Triumph STR, 06 Busa dragbike

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  1. jon haney

    SOLD CCT double green dot.

    Thanks. Having trouble connecting. Is your server down? Could be because I'm on my work computer. I'll try at home tonight.
  2. jon haney

    SOLD CCT double green dot.

    Dang it! I need to get one for the drag Bird. Now that it has a quieter exhaust, the motor sounds like shit at about 4K.
  3. jon haney

    Won't start

    Gonna ask the obvious just because............... Please don't be offended. Is there fuel in the tank? Maybe the fuel gauge has failed.
  4. jon haney

    Programable fuel injection?

    13 years on my P/C 3, and no issues. Only reason i got it was for a big bore kit, and a compression bump. Have never tried to run it with out the P/C connected, but I might try it just for grins.
  5. jon haney

    2016 F150 Supercab EcoBoost.

    LOL. Captain Pot-stirrer strikes again.
  6. jon haney

    Blackbird drag race parts

    Nope. Made these myself. They are aluminum. Used an AutoCAD generated trace pattern, old table saw, file, and palm sander. Plus drill and tap. The powder-coat hides the imperfect edges.
  7. jon haney

    Blackbird drag race parts

    Probably not, but I do have some pretty black peg lowering brackets that would be great for a street Bird. The one with the notch goes on the right to clear the rear brake master. Moves rear sets down and back about 1.25".
  8. jon haney

    Blackbird drag race parts

    On the fuel kill issue, as it relates to motorcycles, is a wonderful thing, especially if you run a lot of nitrous. Fuel kill stops the back-firing when shifting. Guessing that the "lean condition" that Tomek is referring to is not a problem for engines with a separate throttle body for each cylinder.
  9. jon haney

    Blackbird drag race parts

    Yes, 9 oz. bottle under seat, with modified inner fender. See pic above. It was sitting beside the Dyna unit, and tucked under the cross-brace that holds the seat latch.
  10. jon haney

    Blackbird drag race parts

    Yes, plug & play, but finding space under the seat (if totally stock) to mount the unit might be difficult. Coils are included, and can be mounted in the stock location with spacers and one longer bolt (included). The plug wires that come with it do not have plug boots, so you have to use the stock ones. Easy to switch. $100 to your door. See pics for my set-up.
  11. jon haney

    Blackbird drag race parts

    Ouch, and cheap beer on top of that. 😬 The ignition also has a 2-step, tach output, and fixed timing retard (maybe for nitrous).
  12. jon haney

    Blackbird drag race parts

    Still mounted to the bike, so I'll need a week or so on that one. Have to get the triple off the lift first.
  13. jon haney

    Blackbird drag race parts

    BUMP. Come on guys. Don't make me scrap these things. Surely someone could use some of this stuff.
  14. jon haney

    Aftermarket wheels

    Superhawk is right. When I bought my Dymag wheels, I had to get a Kawasaki sprocket as well. I believe the 6-bolt Kawasaki sprocket pattern is fairly common with many makes and models, so most motorcycle wheel manufacturers use the same. One cush drive for all applications saves production costs. Almost surprised they don't offer a few sizes of brake discs to be more universal. After that, it's just matter of them installing bearings and spacers to match your stock axle. Car guys have it way too easy.
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