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your crankshaft c/l is pretty high for the hp you are making.generally as power goes up engine goes down.sounds like you are transfering weight too fast you need to slow that down.front shock rebound should be closer to full stiff.you may want to move some weight to the nose.you say your bars are solid.what tubing dia. and wall thickness?by the way that block i have is a six bolt alum.
 

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i had a customer this summer with the same problem.come to find his bars were 1- 1/4 .095 also.i would use 1-1/8 .065 for the uppers.this will give you a little more flex so you don't unload as soon as you hit the bars.run them at six inches off the ground to the center of the bolt.this should help alot.
 
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