If it's possible I'd like the mods to be incremental so we do not need to do an all or nothing build. Maybe stages. Example, Stage 1 could be tuned exhaust, K&N or other free flow filter and a reprogram to optimize. Something fairly low budget, and diy, from a kit. Other stages could get into packages that you do in your shop, or the parts shipped to us or a willing local Bullet dealer. I know "local" when it comes to Bullet dealers is a relative term, but I think you will get the idea. I probably have the wrong impression of your fireball program, but it seems, the bike needs to come to your shop for the work. Understandable, but not terribly accessible for some folk.If I'm off base with how your fireball upgrade works I apologize in advance. I am really just thinking, I anyway, would like the build accessible in logical combinations of parts so I can do it some now some later as I get the money together.
Wonderful news! Thank you in advance for all of the devotion and hard work! I would love to see a blog of your thoughts and progress in the r&d for this project as much as the protection of any trade secrets would allow. I am especially curious what you discover in terms of the durability of the bottom end and how you plan to work around the hydraulic lifters.
I would prefer a moderate top end kit that leaves the bottom end alone. Maybe even just an EFI/intake/exhaust upgrade package. That wouldn't require any major mechancal swaps. I don't intend to tear up any racetracks, I'd just like a little more power for extended freeway jaunts and when I add a sidecar.Scott
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