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As it applies to this thread the Hyper 1100 only had 2 Motors the
1100 Dual Spark and the 1100 Evo. So the Old Motor would be the
1100 Dual Spark since it came out before the Newer 1100 Evo
making it the "Old" Motor.
 

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I wondered because last year I tore mine down (1100DS) to machine the cases to fit the big bore kit wile it was apart I noticed the main bearings are huge.

BTW if you think a stock motor is vibration free balance one.....holy shit what a difference that makes after shaving damn near 1 pound off the crank to get it neutral

Revs pretty quick & smooth as glass now
 

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.holy shit what a difference that makes after shaving damn near 1 pound off the crank to get it neutral

Revs pretty quick & smooth as glass now
Yes, huge difference in characteristics these engines have with different flywheel weights ie; light 848 flywheel in the EVO compared to the standard DS engine. The difference can be noticed in something as simple as revving the two in neutral side by side; the EVO will rev up almost twice as fast.
 
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I ment removing material off the crankshaft, the flywheel had 4.2lbs removed off it also, the crank on the other hand was off that far off just getting it balanced
 

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After (day-)dreaming for a few months and reading every page of this thread, yesterday was finally the day: I went to pick up a 2011 Hyper 1100 EVO SP!





It has done 20k km's (12k mls) and it is in near mint condition. It has quite a bit of carbon parts already installed, but a few parts will be added.
At the moment it has the standard headers with the dual Termi slip-ons, a modified air intake (not sure which brand, it looks like a velocity stack on top of the filter sticking out the airbox), and I think the flapper-valve has been disabled.

Mods planned are:
  • DP racing seat (should arrive next week) to replace the lowered Sargent unit (the Sargent is for sale)
  • replacing a few plastic parts with carbon
  • A trip to the suspension specialist for service (if necessary) and dial it in to my weight
  • Removing the hand guards and mirrors, and fitting Rizoma bar-end indicators and mirrors (for those on the prowl: I'm not selling the stock units 😉)
  • Mivv de-cat headers (I'll keep the dual Termi's)
  • Velocity stacks with pod filters
  • Dyno tune

I reckon this to be a good stable mate to my 996 SPS engined 748. Similar character, different execution.



Any idea's for other must-do mods or improvements?
 

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Cool deal, welcome to the club! :) I like the last shot, that certain angle on these and they look like they are out to play.

Looks like a clean well kept bike from the pics. Good job and keep us posted.
 
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I ment removing material off the crankshaft, the flywheel had 4.2lbs removed off it also, the crank on the other hand was off that far off just getting it balanced
wat. You fitted larger/heavier pistons and still had to machine the webs? yikes.
 

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1100DS engine is far from "small" the crank comes in @ 23lbs without rods & pistons (counter weights are HUGE)......no wonder it's a bitch to flick around while spinning 6grand
 

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1100DS engine is far from "small" the crank comes in @ 23lbs without rods & pistons (counter weights are HUGE)......no wonder it's a bitch to flick around while spinning 6grand
That is exactly where dropping the flywheel weight from a stock 4+ pounds to ~2 pounds makes a HUGE difference in handling.

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1100DS engine is far from "small" the crank comes in @ 23lbs without rods & pistons (counter weights are HUGE)......no wonder it's a bitch to flick around while spinning 6grand
that's baffling. The LSx forged crank I recently used in a build was only 47lbs!
 

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I posted this on the general hypermotard forum a while back but I'm not sure how many 1st gen owners read that forum.

In the picture below there is an aluminum side cover for the subframe. Does anybody know whether this part was ever produced? and who the manufacturer was? I think it might look good with a Termignoni full system (2-1). I contacted QD Exhaust and they don't know.

998880
 

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I posted this on the general hypermotard forum a while back but I'm not sure how many 1st gen owners read that forum.

In the picture below there is an aluminum side cover for the subframe. Does anybody know whether this part was ever produced? and who the manufacturer was? I think it might look good with a Termignoni full system (2-1). I contacted QD Exhaust and they don't know.

View attachment 998880
No idea but that breadbox exhaust is...interesting.
 

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Thanks for the replies. I contacted QD Exhaust prior to posting because they feature this photo on their website. I figured since the made the exhaust system they might know which company made the aluminum trim pieces for the subframe. No luck though. From what I can tell, these were never produced.
 

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Thanks for the replies. I contacted QD Exhaust prior to posting because they feature this photo on their website. I figured since the made the exhaust system they might know which company made the aluminum trim pieces for the subframe. No luck though. From what I can tell, these were never produced.
Hey I dont know where you can get that but, I did find this if it helps!

998948


Sorry dont mean to be a prat, just poking fun as im bored in a renewed lockdown.
 

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that's baffling. The LSx forged crank I recently used in a build was only 47lbs!

My machinist / balancer guy is German been living in usa for 6 years & still has not managed to get his English or metrics converted in conversation to us lazy Americans that still refuse to convert to the metric system hence all the confusion yes my crank weighs 23 in his terms "pounds" but the conversion was not done in his "head" compleatly so it's 23 kilos witch converts to 50 "pounds"
GET IT??!!!

Fucking keyboard natzi
 
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