4 days ago
Is there any interest in Wood style number plate tabs? Weld on with a nut clip, no fiddling with a nut on the back side. We would also have countersunk washers and screws to match.
We ran the numbers, for a small run one kit (tab, nut clip, washer, and screw) would run $11.45. If we can get enough interest for a larger order, the price would drop to $8.15. ... See MoreSee Less
For those that are still skeptical about the Rotax's competitiveness. #16 is a Wood framed 614 and #30 is a Panther framed 614. #21 is a former AMA national XR750 followed by another Rotax 614.
Flat Track Live
You gotta watch the Dash 4 Cash last weekend in Dundas, Ontario CANADA. How did you like THAT Half-Mile?
Next up in the Harley-Davidson Canada Flat Track Canada presented by Parts Canada series: A doubleheader this weekend at OHSWEKEN SPEEDWAY in Ontario -- 3/8 Mile Saturday, TT Sunday! ... See MoreSee Less
We ride a 604 C&J over there
I was there for this event. Ive taken my 505 over and done ok.
Pops on the c&j 505 at Flambourough downs.
I tried my hand at flat track, but broke my elbow doing a broad slide. Back then my hero's were Gene Romero and Gary Nixon.
Triumph footpegs back in stock, we use GENUINE Triumph FORGED peg blades and modify them to provide superior support for your right foot. ... See MoreSee Less
your friends with me so that by default makes these pegs Genuine KOUNTERFITE! hope all is well boys, im gonna be ordering a few belts here soon!
3 weeks ago
Original Wood-Rotax glass was a non-starter, but Saddlemen seats are available for $125. ... See MoreSee Less
Tom Seymour is the best, GREAT supporter of Flattrack and a nice guy too !!
Elliott Power Sports added 2 new photos.
2 months ago
The new 99mm bore piston. ... See MoreSee Less
nice CAD model
The classic Triumph foopeg. Get that extra support on the right side, those who have one won't ride without one. ... See MoreSee Less
Save one for me please.
Do I need a triumph??
Revisiting the Rev2 throttle kits for late TM42/45/48 carburetors. We got our sample tested it on the ol' Wood-Rotax 504.
Already running the normal push/pull cables and custom return spring on the carburetor was a great improvement, after fitting the Rev2 kit it's even better. The smaller housing allows for tighter routing, and Teflon lining makes the throttle pull smooth and effortless.
Kit price is $212.99 & replacement cables are $112.00 ... See MoreSee Less
The original throttle must have been well worn. It had a really slow pull to it which made modulating it in low speed/ dry conditions really tiring on the forearm. The rev2 turned like butter and really saved energy!
Elliott Power Sports added 3 new photos.
2 months ago
After some testing we determined the programmable CDI is an all around improvement over the stock CDI. The only downside is the requirement of a battery.
Testing revealed that the unit draws 0.13 amp per 1000 rpm. We're using the Antigravity AG-401 battery with a small case of 4.25" x 1.25" x 3.75" and 6ah (Pb Eq) capacity and a weight of 1lb. Should be more than enough to get through the race weekend, we were told it will run at 9k rpm for 3.75 hours.
Mounting is simple, we used some industrial velcro to mount them to the mud guard behind the air filter. We may make a pan to fit inside the frame rails under the seat in the future. For now this works.
We also found that without using the high speed charging coils they may overheat and become damaged (unconfirmed). Our solution was to remove the coils altogether. Not a big deal just a couple screws and remove the outer portion of the stator containing the coils. You will have to remove the plugs and pull the unused wires through the rubber seal and rewire the ground to a 6mm mounting hole. Due to the screw holes being slotted on the inner ring some fine tuning may be required to properly align the high speed trigger. Nothing is damaged in this process and can be reassembled later.
Units come pre-wired to match stock connectors, USB adapter, and software.
Pre-Order Deadline is June 17th, 1 for $280/ea, 2 for $266/ea, and 3+ for 252/ea.
After the pre-order deadline retail price is $320 ... See MoreSee Less
Well, here it is. A programmable CDI for the Rotax. We plugged it in and it works, how well is yet to be determined.
Plenty of features, most of which we wont use for our applications. But one feature people have been requesting for a long time, a rev limiter.
If there is enough interest we will start carrying these, retail price will be around $350. With enough interest, the pre-order price will be as low as $280.
Note: These will require a battery and switch.
Please message, call, or email if you are interested.
Elliott Power Sports
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Sweet!!!!......I may need one of those babies!!!!
That's pretty cool !
I gotta try one of these Kay Bell III 🤑
I run one of these on my CCM (which, obviously, comes with battery and charging facilities as standadr, being a road bike) and, in my opinion, it has been the single best bolt-on I've bought for it. Better idle, easier starting and even on a standard-ish 604 motor woke it right up, and they're not exactly lazy in the first place! I wouldn't go back to a standard CDI if I was paid.
Dip switch or laptop programming?
Will it work with a little lithium battery Without a charging system?
Extra weight savings too!
Tested on Ron's Dyno today, definitely an improvement over stock. Much better idle. Small improvement on power with what little time we had, but with some more knowledgeable people and a few jetting changes we can see a few extra horsepower.
Bruce Ward, Matt Beland, Anthony Leary,
Notice: Pre-Order Deadline is June 17th, if you have not called and ordered you are not on the list. Payment is due at time of order. Commenting is not ordering, please contact us directly. Price is currently $280/ea for 1, $266/ea for 2, and $252/ea for 3 or more.