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Old 10-14-2008, 04:24 PM   #21
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im interested too.....

Honda CBR F4i how much for someone to do it for me I dont have time?
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Im at work right now bro. What's your schedule like?
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Old 10-14-2008, 04:28 PM   #23
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what up son! tryin to wire it up huh, i saw you had the grips done.

im thinking about going back out the 1st. you down?
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Old 10-14-2008, 04:29 PM   #24
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Really? I doubt that they're only sending only 50 total bikes from production to the states, that sounds odd. That can't be all that they're sending total, it must be the first batch. Or am I off?

Everything I have read states that 50 is all that's coming here in 09. which sucks BTW, since that is a new bike I wouldn't mind owning..
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Old 10-14-2008, 04:42 PM   #25
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what up son! tryin to wire it up huh, i saw you had the grips done.

im thinking about going back out the 1st. you down?
Shiiiit, I'm down like 4 flat tires on a cadillac!
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Old 10-14-2008, 04:49 PM   #26
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That's crazy man, only 50 for '09. That's not very many for their U.S. debute. Have you seen the Aprilia A4?, pretty sick too.
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I'm not out. come to my house and we can get this done. I need to do mine also.
What's your schedule like, im at work right now.
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yeah **** a bunch of noob day im be intermediate next time.
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Nothing on the radar for tomorrow night or Friday night.
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yeah **** a bunch of noob day im be intermediate next time.
I can dig it....they'll be back with TTD on the 30th of Nov. as well, prob gonna hit that up too. Ride Smart is putting this one on, you'll have to sign up level 3.
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Old 10-14-2008, 04:54 PM   #31
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Nothing on the radar for tomorrow night or Friday night.
Aight im off tomorrow, I have the wire and several drills. You got the wire tool or any bits? You have done this before or are we gonna be stabbin in the wind?
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Aight im off tomorrow, I have the wire and several drills. You got the wire tool or any bits? You have done this before or are we gonna be stabbin in the wind?
might i suggest a center punch to get ur hole started on the bolt head... so that the tip of the drill bit isnt dancin around. just a litltle advice from a guy who's done this once or twice
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Could someone explain safety wiring to me? like what parts need to be tied, etc.
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yeah i need mine saftey wired too! for racing its a dedicated track bike, but im getting my license (CMRA)
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Could someone explain safety wiring to me? like what parts need to be tied, etc.
In order to pass Technical Inspection, the following must be done:
1) The following items must be safety wired, or secured in a manner approved by Tech:
Axles or Axle Nuts
Axle Caps or Pinch Bolts
Oil Filler Caps
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Oil Filter/Filter Bolts*
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*All spin-on oil filters must be torqued to factory specifications and be secured with a hose clamp and safety wire. This includes K&N oil filters.
**May be secured by silicone glue or H/D weather-strip adhesive in lieu of wiring.
A catch can shall be fitted where required or at the direction of a Technical Inspector.
2) Fuel lines and any other fluid carrying lines must be clamped or secured by some other appropriate means.
3) Water cooled engines may use plain water, or water with Redline (or similar product, call CMRA for verification) cooling system rust and corrosion inhibitor. Glycol-based antifreezes are strictly prohibited.
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In order to pass Technical Inspection, the following must be done:
1) The following items must be safety wired, or secured in a manner approved by Tech:
Axles or Axle Nuts
Axle Caps or Pinch Bolts
Oil Filler Caps
Oil Drain Plugs
Oil Filter/Filter Bolts*
Oil Galley Plugs**
Oil Lines
Oil Cooler Bolt
Fork Oil Drain Bolts
Radiator Caps
Coolant Drains
Brake Caliper Bolts
*All spin-on oil filters must be torqued to factory specifications and be secured with a hose clamp and safety wire. This includes K&N oil filters.
**May be secured by silicone glue or H/D weather-strip adhesive in lieu of wiring.
A catch can shall be fitted where required or at the direction of a Technical Inspector.
2) Fuel lines and any other fluid carrying lines must be clamped or secured by some other appropriate means.
3) Water cooled engines may use plain water, or water with Redline (or similar product, call CMRA for verification) cooling system rust and corrosion inhibitor. Glycol-based antifreezes are strictly prohibited.

Is this a must run at track days? If so, I need to get some work done soon. Mang~
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what size drill bit do you use?
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Is this a must run at track days? If so, I need to get some work done soon. Mang~
NO. well not for track days in Texas at least. This is for CMRA and prob most also will apply to CCS racing series.
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Is this a must run at track days? If so, I need to get some work done soon. Mang~
this is only for racing, no safety wiring required to do trackdays.
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NO. well not for track days in Texas at least. This is for CMRA and prob most also will apply to CCS racing series.
according to those of you who rode barber with SBT you must have it wired to run in the A group?
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