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Old 08-06-2008, 03:27 PM   #1
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if you have a dedicated trackbike, what all kinds of goodies do you have on it?
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Old 08-06-2008, 03:29 PM   #2
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Old 08-06-2008, 03:42 PM   #3
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1 scotts damper
2 steel braided lines
3 brake pads
4 power commander
5 slip-on exhaust
6 ohlins rear shock
7 track plastic
8 BMC air filters
9 spare wheels
10 520 chain sproket kit
11 brembo master cilynder
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Old 08-06-2008, 03:44 PM   #4
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12 epoxy/B<s filled clip-ons
13 gel large grips
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Old 08-06-2008, 03:46 PM   #5
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12 epoxy/B<s filled clip-ons
13 gel large grips
the expoxy filled clip ons...that work? Might try that.
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Old 08-06-2008, 03:47 PM   #6
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yall make me sick with all these mods! I only wish.

uh..I have a shorty.
Steel braided lines
Race pads (ebc I thnk )
bt-002's

And rode a bike with a slipper clutch on Sat for the first time. I want one!

Oh yea, and a rear seat cowl so my big doesnt get hung up! lol

I like to take it back and forth to streets, but I have a 1krr for the street so I wouldnt call it dedicated, but definately primary.
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Old 08-06-2008, 03:49 PM   #7
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you at least have track plastics Kenny.
but they're about to fall apart, i doubt they'll survive another crash. the tail section's already gone, you should see what i replaced it with.

now back on topic....
ss front brake lines
racetech fork internals
vortex clipons
vortex rearsets
scotts dampner
elka rear shock.....coming soon
bigger so i can go faster.....they'll grow eventually
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Old 08-06-2008, 05:23 PM   #8
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Mine is now a dedicated track bike, but my list is very long, and mostly not needed outside of personal desires, but here you go regardless...

- Marchesini forged aluminum wheels
- BT-002RS's but swapping to BT-003 Tires (Soft Front/Medium Rear)
- EBC HH brake pads (front only)
- Racetech fork internals (springs & valves)
- Ohlins TTX shock
- Vortex clip-ons
- Sharkskinz bodywork
- Sato rearsets
- Gilles shift shaft brace
- A-tech air intake
- BMC street filters
- Akrapovic full-race s/s exhaust w/carbon hex can
- Dynojet Power Commander w/ custom map
- Dynojet Ignition Module
- Dynojet Quickshifter (w/ rod “A”)
- -1/+2 sprockets (Afam/Driven)
- RK Gold 520 chain
- Speedo-healer
- HRC 1/6th turn throttle
- PAIR block-off plates
- Motivation “cut” frame sliders
- Shogun swing arm sliders/spools
- Stompgrip
- Steel Braided Front brake lines
- GPRv4 Steering Damper
- Woodcraft Case Cover

While I like having all the bells and whistles on the bike, I'd just buy some core basics if I was to do it all over again. Yes, I still get passed by stock bikes, and I still crash. But it's all a part of the learning curve as me being a new track rider I guess. I can't really say overall how much all that helps or hurts my progress, but I can say a few items go either way.
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Old 08-06-2008, 05:34 PM   #9
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the expoxy filled clip ons...that work? Might try that.
i think they do.
but if you dont feel like you need that done,i would not "just" do it.
i did not feel them before but they started vibrating pretty bad after a while.
maybe i'm just a puss.....
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Old 08-06-2008, 05:45 PM   #10
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- Speedo-healer

Okay this one intrigued me... Why??? or is it to trick the ECU?
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Old 08-06-2008, 05:52 PM   #11
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Ok, just 90% track but here is the package thus far....

- Brembo 19x18 master cylinder
- Vesrah RJL front brake pads
- SS Braided brake lines, front & rear
- Pazzo levers
- Castrol SRF brake fluid
- Ohlins fork internals for a 300 lb rider (springs & valves)
- Ohlins TTX shock
- Vortex rearsets
- Dynojet Power Commander
- Dynojet Ignition Module
- Dynojet Quickshifter
- -1 front sprocket
- Speedo-healer
- Sliders and spools
- Puig double bubble
- RacePak data acquisition and gps lap timer
- BT-002Rs or Pirelli's Medium front, hard rear
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Old 08-06-2008, 06:16 PM   #12
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woodcraft clip on
galfer brake lines
galfer pads or some good (I think)a/m pad
L engine cover
sato rearset
db windscreen
woodcraft frame slider
renthal regear
ohlin damper
attack bodies
stomp grip
gilles chain adjuster/lifter
520 conversion
swingarm spool
Pazzo adjustable clutch lever
medium/hard 002
mychron lap timer
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Old 08-06-2008, 06:38 PM   #13
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here's a pics of my new track bike.

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06 GSXR750
It's for sale for $7200 if anyone is interested.

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Old 08-06-2008, 07:29 PM   #14
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Okay this one intrigued me... Why??? or is it to trick the ECU?
It was put on while I was still riding the bike on the street, so it fixed my speedometer for street riding.

As far as track riding goes, about all it does is add a few more wires and keeps my odometer corrected. So with the gear changes I won't be racking up more miles than the bike actually has. Not needed for the track, but may help whenever I decide to sell the bike and get something else as I can still sell it as a street bike if needed.
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Old 08-06-2008, 09:38 PM   #15
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^ yeah I knew what its for, just had me wondering why on a track bike... and you answered that...

Guess I am still old school and only like to see a taped tach on a bike.
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Old 08-07-2008, 12:06 AM   #16
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Sharkskinz
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Pazzos levers
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Old 08-07-2008, 12:13 AM   #17
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ohlins fg700 superbike forks
ohlins superbike shock
ohlins damper
brembo billet race calipers
brembo master cylinder
goodridge superbike ss lines ft/rr
marchesini wheels
yoshimura built motor
yoshimura ECU
yoshimura full titanium exhaust
Galfer Superbike Wave Rotors
CRG adjustable rearsets
CRG levers
woodcraft engine covers
factory pro velocity stacks
bmc race filter
520 chain conversion with 100 sprocket combos
attack performance clip ons
carbon fiber body work
quickshifter kit
traction control system

i'm sure i'm probably leaving out a few things...but that's all i got on my track bike.
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Old 08-07-2008, 02:07 AM   #18
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ohlins fg700 superbike forks
ohlins superbike shock
ohlins damper
brembo billet race calipers
brembo master cylinder
goodridge superbike ss lines ft/rr
marchesini wheels
yoshimura built motor
yoshimura ECU
yoshimura full titanium exhaust
Galfer Superbike Wave Rotors
CRG adjustable rearsets
CRG levers
woodcraft engine covers
factory pro velocity stacks
bmc race filter
520 chain conversion with 100 sprocket combos
attack performance clip ons
carbon fiber body work
quickshifter kit
traction control system

i'm sure i'm probably leaving out a few things...but that's all i got on my track bike.

really is this really what you have on that bike now?
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Old 08-07-2008, 02:17 AM   #19
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here's what i had on my ex-track bike, a 2004 zx-10R

OPP Carbon Fiber upper and lower fairing
OPP Carbon fiber rear fender
OPP Carbon Fiber front fender
Puig DB superbike windscreen
AK Composites Superbike tail
Yoyodyne (ER Racing) Frame sliders w/mushroom puck attachments and Billet aluminum tie down attachements for putting the bike in a trailer
Ohlins R&T front forks w/ superbike internals
Ohlins 46PRXLS Triple adjustable rear shock
Ohlins R&T Steering Damper
Attack Performance Billet Clip-ons
Gilles Racing Adj. Rearsets in Ti
Carrozzeria Forged Aluminum Wheels annodized gold w/ pirelli diablo 3's in 190/55
Powdercoated stock wheels w/ pirelli supercorsa's in 190/55
Arrow full comp exhaust in stainless w/ shorty Ti can
LP Ti Exhaust hanger
Progrip tank pad
Brembo master cylinder reservior
06 ZX-6R Radial Master Cylinder
BMC Race Air filter
Dynojet PC3 USB
Full set of woodcraft case covers
Galfer SS brake lines
Vesrah brake pads
RK gold x-ring chain (520)
-1 Vortex front sprocket (520)
+2 Vortex hard annodized rear sprocket (520)
+1 Driven aluminum hard annodized rear sprocket (520)
Attack Performance Rear spools
Attack Performance quick change Rear race stands w/brake caliper locator
Renthal dirtbike grips


man....i miss that bike.
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Old 08-07-2008, 07:29 AM   #20
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Just the minimum needed for the SV:

FYI: This is not a race bike, it's track bike.

Ohlins Rear Shock
Thermosman Forks set up for fat guy
Clipons
Vortex rear sets
Vand and Hines Exhaust
Rejetted Carbs
Hacked S-Rad bodywork
Spare Wheels
Track tires (BT090 R, BT002 F)
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