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Old 12-21-2008, 07:03 PM   #1
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I am done trying with my 929 so im moving on to my R6S looking to see what everybody thinks on what order I should do what. I have the full micron exhaust system. I am thinking the basics like velocity stacks, air filter, PCIII, quick shifter,forks, steering dampner, rear shock, Corse slipper clutch w/cryo plates. Im trying to locate away to invert the forks also anyways everybody just add some ideas for me. Im trying to spend my christmas money.
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make it a heinz 57 bike no matter what, all the mods you can find
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I'd start here:

Ohlins/Penske rear shock
Ohlins/Traxxion front fork cartridges
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EBC pads or Vesrah pads
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is this for the track or street?
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I'd start here:

Ohlins/Penske rear shock
Ohlins/Traxxion front fork cartridges
Scotts steering dampner
Goodrich front brake lines
EBC pads or Vesrah pads
Whats the difference with those brake lines and the pads sorry never even touched them on my 929. yes this is for the track but I do not want to sacrifice street ability which none of it I believe will. I ordered a ohlins dampner is scott better I also ordered the ohlins rearshock, have to do more research on the front to see if inverting is not worth which seems to be the truth and then research Ohlins vs.Traxxion.
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lwt me know if you need any help with inverted fork stuff. i just swapped over some gixxer stuff onto my 97 bandit for the inverted forks.
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lwt me know if you need any help with inverted fork stuff. i just swapped over some gixxer stuff onto my 97 bandit for the inverted forks.
Dude can I put a new effin r6 front on mine now that would be sweet?
(I just got my first check from my settlement)
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prolly. get the new r6 yoke and the yoke off your bike and see if they ar the same where they press into the bottom triple clamp. if they are then bring em over and i will press em in for you. then just bolt up the rest. its really easy actually.
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That would be sick....
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That would be sick....
do work son lol. here is a pic of the bandit before and after
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ok its actually just a after but i couldnt find any before
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here is a before of a different bandit but with stock forks. actually mine used to look exactly like this one.
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yeah. looking it up now....for mine.
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Dude can I put a new effin r6 front on mine now that would be sweet?
(I just got my first check from my settlement)
possibly just swap front end from a 05 R6.
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possibly just swap front end from a 05 R6.
that is what he is talkin about. i dont know if the yokes are the same cause i dont know much about yamaha. but if they are the front end maybe will bolt right up. i doubt yamaha would change parts like that often because that changes alot about the bike. and his is like a 05 so i doubt it is that mnuch different. i know yamaha completly changed up the r6 but maybe they used the same front end yoke
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that is what he is talkin about. i dont know if the yokes are the same cause i dont know much about yamaha. but if they are the front end maybe will bolt right up. i doubt yamaha would change parts like that often because that changes alot about the bike. and his is like a 05 so i doubt it is that mnuch different. i know yamaha completly changed up the r6 but maybe they used the same front end yoke
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