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Old 08-07-2008, 08:38 AM   #21
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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, 09:10 AM   #22
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• E-racing fairing (painted by Tony aka house of pain)
• Zero gravity windscreen
• Brembo 19 RCS master cylinder
• Spiegler SS brake lines front and rear
• Vesrah RJL brake pads front
• Pazzo levers
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• Woodcraft starter cover
• Woodcraft crank cover
• ShoGun frame sliders
• Motivation axel and fork sliders
• Gilles chain adjuster and motogp lift
• Gilles shift support
• Puig toe guard
• Sprocket specialties +2 rear
• Yoshimura bar ends
• Vortex gas cap
• Carbon fiber side covers(not needed but look cool)
• Puig carbon fiber rear fender (again not need)
• M4 titanium slipon (lighten up the bike by 24lbs)
• PCIII USB and dynotuned
• Sato rearsets
• Swingarm spools
• MotoWizard Preload adjusters
• XT Racing Lap timer
• Suzuka Tire Warmers
• Was running Corsa III tires, but now switched to BT-003 mediums
• Stompgrip
• Motul RBF brake fluid
• Amzoil synthetic oil
• Engine ice radiator fluid
• Suspension setup for my weight etc.


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Old 08-07-2008, 09:21 AM   #23
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Yoshimitsu fairing
Galfer lines
SBS Dual Carbon pads
Yoshi full exhaust (tri-carbon)
K & N filter
Zip-ties on front suspension and bodywork
BT 002s (5 trackdays, need new ones)
Lots of fancy stickers (makes me FEEL faster)

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Old 08-07-2008, 09:31 AM   #24
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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.
Yeah, an Expert or Pro rider.
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Old 08-07-2008, 09:39 AM   #25
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since you didn't specify what kind of bike...
ohlins front
ohlins rear
galfer rotors F&R / HH pads
marchesini wheels
applied triples
GPR damper
stainless lines
brembo radial master
dirt tricks F&R sprockets
DID ERT2 chain
T2 clutch cable
fastway clutch control bracket
renthal grips
pro taper bars
lightspeed ti footpegs
asv clutch lever
vapor computer
sunline shifter
falicon rod
JE piston
balanced crank
stainless valving
fluidyne radiators
MRD dual exhaust
twin air filter
SDG step seat
cycra handguards
cf shark fin
cf caliper guard
and some other
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Old 08-07-2008, 09:54 AM   #26
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Wow, some of ya'll have a ton of mods. Up until last weekend, I didn't even have an Ohlins rears shock.

2005 Honda CBR600RR

Tires:
Bridgestone BT-003
Front: 120/70-17
Rear: 180/55-17
Brakes Pads:
EBC Brakes
Bodywork:
Attack Performance race bodywork
Rearsets:
Gilles Tooling
Clip-Ons:
Gilles Tooling
Suspension:
Rear: Ohlins 46PRXLS HO502
Steering Damper:
Scotts Performance
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Old 08-07-2008, 10:01 AM   #27
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really is this really what you have on that bike now?
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Old 08-07-2008, 10:02 AM   #28
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Old 08-07-2008, 10:03 AM   #29
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HRC ECU
HRC throttle
Atech intake
BMC filters
ghetto hindle slipon
Ohlins TTX
Ohlins fork springs
lightech rearsets
woodcraft clipons
pazzo shorties
alum marchesinis

and guess what?...im still slow.
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Old 08-07-2008, 10:19 AM   #30
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HRC ECU
HRC throttle
Atech intake
BMC filters
ghetto hindle slipon
Ohlins TTX
Ohlins fork springs
lightech rearsets
woodcraft clipons
pazzo shorties
alum marchesinis

and guess what?...im still slow.
You are not slow til I pass you.
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Old 08-07-2008, 10:21 AM   #31
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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.
Tony, you have traction control! Tell me about that,do you like it?
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Old 08-07-2008, 12:40 PM   #32
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Currently...

MODS:
Arrow Titanium GP replica Slip-on
Stock header butterfly drilled out.
PAIR Deleted
Ohlins 25mm Carts.
Ohlins Rear Shock
e-racings fairings
TRE timing advance
Frame Sliders
Spools
Superbike Grips
Vortex gas cap
R1 throttle tube = 5th turn (11.00)
Stock adjustable rear sets feelers removed (40.00 to replace when I break them)
Super Bike brake lines
Stock Steering damper. (Oil/Air replaced with 20w)
Stock harness. (all unnecessary plugs and wires removed)
Vortex -1 front sprocket
Black Stomp grip tank pads
New Tires PRC/PR5 (Currently)
Vortex Case Cover
Vortex Faring Stay
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Old 08-07-2008, 01:31 PM   #33
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Tony, you have traction control! Tell me about that,do you like it?
forget the traction control, do you see what kind of forks i'm running!!?!?? the traction control is nothing compared to these $12,000 bad boy forks.

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Old 08-07-2008, 01:34 PM   #34
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GPR V4 damper
Goodridge Front and rear brake lines
k&N
Ti Force full system
520 conversion with couple of different sprockets w/gold chain
frame sliders
PC3
RBF brake fluids
Vesrah RJL front pads
Vortex Rear sets
puig db
hotbodies upper and lower
vortex clip ons
Brembo master cyclinder

and load of spares incase of mishaps
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Old 08-07-2008, 06:43 PM   #35
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SBS Dual Carbon pads
Do you have any feedback on these pads? Kinda been intrested in these, and looking for someone running them to ask.
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Old 08-08-2008, 11:11 AM   #36
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Traxxion reworked front end,
Penske Triple clicker rear shock,
Kevlar brake lines, ebc-HH pads. BT-003's
Teka'ed ECU, TRE, Pair removed, Yosh 2-1 header, K&N filter
cable clutch conversion, couple of sprockets.
Black powdercoated frame and swingarm, Sharkskinz in Rhinoliner,
Woodcraft rearsets, sliders (frame & swingarm)
X-R mini lap timer.
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Old 08-08-2008, 01:50 PM   #37
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Do you have any feedback on these pads? Kinda been intrested in these, and looking for someone running them to ask.
Love them. Took a lap or two to scrub them in initially. I was having a problem with fade (even with high temp fluid) after 5-6 laps with the ebc's i had...these are rock solid everytime. No fade at all. Great feel too. Not such a huge initial bite, but very consistant and predictable. I'll buy them again for my next set.
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Old 08-08-2008, 02:46 PM   #38
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Bike: 03 GSXR600

05 front forks with radial calipers
Brembo 19x18 master cylinder
Scotts Ohlins dampers
Galfer Wave rotors
Galfer HH pads
Galfer Superbike lines
Yoshimura full Ti exhaust
Driven front sproctket -1
Supersprox rear
RK gold x-ring chain
Gilles rearsets
Sharkskinz bodywork
Vortex gas cap
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Old 08-08-2008, 03:00 PM   #39
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forgot to add:
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BT002 Pro tires
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Old 08-08-2008, 03:11 PM   #40
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Attack rearsets
Vortex clipons
front and rear suspension set up for my weight
Scotts damper
Pazzo levers
PC3
track bodywork of unknown brand
stainless steel front brake lines
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currently running slicks
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