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Dammit

Member since Mar 2008 • Last active Aug 2014

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    I was worried you'd bang on about independence for hours

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    I don't know a great deal about NA, with forced induction MAP seems the most common choice.

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    They are distributed by Madison, so any shop should be able to get you one. I just fitted one for someone, but they supplied it, I think they picked it up in a local bike shop. I was impressed with the quality, compared to the one that came out (which sounded similar to yours!)

    Fair enough, I'll grab one. I need to person up a bit and smack the current one out - it's in there good and proper so will take a bit of effort it would seem.

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    Where would you recommend I purchase one from?

    My current one managed 250 miles before locking up solid - thanks to Ride100.

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    I think I spotted Bothwell by the Oval on the way home, who went right when I went left.

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    Which PF30 bottom bracket would people recommend, and where from?

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    MAF's (especially those designed for NA use) become saturated very rapidly when you get into decent levels of boost.

    This can be tuned for, my car goes into true closed loop and adjusts fuelling based on the wideband in the exhaust, as an e.g. but a MAP sensor doesn't suffer from this.

    If I were to pull my engine and put it in something else I'd probably go to Megasquirt at the same time, which is MAP based, as I believe are the vast majority of aftermarket ECU's.

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    I've been thinking about that, well- not about your feet but about how we'd design a frame to accommodate mid-foot.

    Has Scherrit ever come up with a frame design for you that'd work?

    Be happy to put one together based on his input for a training bike.

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    I'd keep the BB30 bearings in the frame and use the converter things that step the size down (and increase the width), seems easiest:

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    I've got the 3D+, nice thing about them is that they can be used in a BB30 frame or BSA.

    You get used to the looks.

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