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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-09-2016, 08:00 AM
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No alignment needed on new frame bikes (2009 up)
Understand the quick fix and cheaper solution using a stabilizer but the real issues is weak swing arm and motor mounts made of rubber with one side plate for support. Go to polyurethane bushing system Glide Pro.
As many upgrades been done through 2009 up few parts still untouched also using same design practices.
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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-12-2016, 07:30 AM
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On my 2012 bike The true track and the full-size crossover does not fit correctly you will have a hard time getting the p clamp aligned and bolted on


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On my 2012 bike The true track and the full-size crossover does not fit correctly you will have a hard time getting the p clamp aligned and bolted on
The Fullsac doesn't use a P-clamp, so I'm hoping for no issue. I was hoping to install the thing last night, but USPS 2-day Priority mail is now on Day 4.........

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Installed the True-Track tonight. It fits with the DX pipe. But....

The T-T instructions are vague. Do yourself a favor and look at the write-up on their website....It's much more clear. I removed the entire left side exhaust in one piece (loosened the Torca clamp at the headpipe/crossover split and yanked the whole thing off. Funny thing, the tab that holds the crossover to the back of the oil pan had snapped - the left-side exhaust was held on by the headpipe and the muffler bolts. And it'll stay like that until I call Fullsac and get another one.

I had to loosen the headpipe at the transmission and both of the ports to get the piece on the oil pan. There may have been a hammer involved as well. Everything else was easy-peasy. I test-fit everything and it's damn close, but it clears. I've left the mufflers loose as I'll be monkeying with them tomorrow when the Ohlins go on. But I'll take more pictures of the final product.




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No pictures, but I do have a ride report....


Logged nearly 900 miles this weekend running through the wilds of central PA. The short version is that this should have been the first thing I did to the bike.

The wobble's gone. The True-Track does for the back end what the new triple tree and larger fork tubes do for the front end. I laid the bike over in some massive sweepers with expansion joints and frost heaves at well over the posted limit and the bike went through with no issues...Just the pogo-ing of the lousy stock shocks.

This is a great upgrade for anyone who pushes their bike hard.

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No pictures, but I do have a ride report....


Logged nearly 900 miles this weekend running through the wilds of central PA. The short version is that this should have been the first thing I did to the bike.

The wobble's gone. The True-Track does for the back end what the new triple tree and larger fork tubes do for the front end. I laid the bike over in some massive sweepers with expansion joints and frost heaves at well over the posted limit and the bike went through with no issues...Just the pogo-ing of the lousy stock shocks.

This is a great upgrade for anyone who pushes their bike hard.
I appreciate the info.
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