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Old 08-29-2009, 08:40 AM
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Exclamation Gonna to build a mutant

Newbie here. Looking to build a mutant from my 2006 XB9SX. I sent Frede at RE an email looking for info. Any help from you guys and gals would be great. This will be my first build, so forgive my dumbass questions at times. I saw a mutant Ace of Spades did, and the look of his is about on track with what I'm going for. Much thanks in advance.
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Mutants

Redneck has several different mutant frames that wiill accept your year buell,
working with the fuel injection can be tricky m most seem to change it over to standard carb setup, makes the wiring and fuel issues much easier,
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Old 08-29-2009, 02:26 PM
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Yeah I'm gonna switch to carb. I was thinking the drop tunnel but would have to stretch backbone out to +4-5. I got long legs.
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long legs

You would do better by stretching the rear some , stretchinf the front will not move the footpegs out unless you go with extended controls or do something else with the control mounts
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let us know if we can help with your frame, built sevreal now.


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