2015 Rickter Edge FR Build

IS0LD0UT

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#21
Back at it today. Dropped in the motor and positioned the motor mounts. Nice and easy.

I Wish I had a shiny new motor for better build pics I didn't even bother cleaning it up.

It fit with the head pipe attached. Very very tight fit though.

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IS0LD0UT

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Ebox mounting. Where to put it? Looks like if I mount to the flat part of the foothold I have to go just above the coupler.
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dmpus

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#24
Fit the ebox as far as possible from the bpipe. Mounting bracket bolt will be close to the edge of the firewall. Also consider side wall mounting.
 

IS0LD0UT

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Pole is mounted. Very easy assembly.
What are the thoughts on using the midshaft spacers? I would think it would be better to have the engine back however TC says to use them.

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IS0LD0UT

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I didn't use them my engine is back all the way. Using them will put the weight more towards the nose for better high speed cornering.


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Thats what I figured. Engine back seems better. And I am a small guy could use more weight.
 

KMN

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#31
Hey Shawn, where did you end up installing your ebox? Any final build pictures?

Also, did your hull come with the midshaft spacer? My XFR did not and I'm not sure if I need it.
 
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