View Full Version : Wife's Banshee setup, and opionion of Trinity Racing

03-03-2003, 01:55 PM
I got dicked around by Trinity for the last month on a back ordered part that was supposed to be in this week, then they turned around and told me 3 more weeks as of today, so anyway, if your looking for service don't turn to Trinity.

So now here's the setup I've decided to go with for my wife's bike, which we do a bit of trails with but also a lot of dune running:

V-Force Reeds, D&D billet head running 18cc domes, FMF SST pipes and silencer (for this year)

Will proably have porting done on the cylinders next year, and being in Colorado I might drop to the 15cc domes on the head as I can still run my 110 octane race gas (my cr250 "moves") while I'm at 4000-6000ft most times , I wonder about the compression issue though at sea level with 15cc domes... oppionions on any of the above?

03-03-2003, 09:16 PM
Where do you get 110 octane gas? They call 100 octane gas out here racing fuel and it's 3.95 a gallon

03-04-2003, 02:49 AM
i had some 112 octane leaded gas i had to make some major adjustmetns to the carb on my X350 for it but it worked

03-04-2003, 02:09 PM
Called Duggan's I can't remember the name of it for the specific fuel. It is leaded so 4-strokes don't like it, it runs 4.10 a gallon here, however if you buy it in a 55 gallon drum (35 for a drum, ~50 for a hand pump) you can get it for 3.65 a gallon

03-11-2003, 07:19 PM
what octane is cam2?