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post #11 of 73 Old 09-28-2012, 09:41 AM
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holy shit!

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Sweet bike man!!! Love the orange under the tail!


You bloody dwarf that thing!!! lol!!
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Sweet bike man!!! Love the orange under the tail!


You bloody dwarf that thing!!! lol!!
Thanks guys!
And yeah, it seems that 191cm and 100kg kind of makes it look like a pocket bike
Should shed around 10kg/20lbs for next season. Should make everything faster, even though I'm stuck at 191cm

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That is an awesome looking bike!!!!
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nice setup!!!
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post #18 of 73 Old 12-12-2012, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
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nice setup!!!

Thanks guys, appreciated

I'm starting prep for next season soon, so will post pics of teardown and bike details when the work starts!

2008 CBR1000RR. Devil Exh*Gilles rearset*Brembo Calibers + Brakemaster*OZ wheels dry/wet*HRC Harness+ECU*Bazzaz FI/QS/TC*Cams*Head work etc*Titanimum all over*K-tec 20DDS/35DDS. 600cc weight! Track Bike
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Prep started today. The list of tasks is endless it seems.
Took a long haul today and got some things done....

Due to a highsider in September, a lot of things need replacing or attention.

-Removed Fairings
-Whiped off the entire bike after rainy trackday in sept
-Removed damaged CF from crash
-Removed damaged food pegs from crash
-Loaded new TC map on the Bazzaz
-Changed oil
-Removed tank
-Checked on fuel system and air filter
-Adjusted front fairing stay
-Realised the rear fairing stay is a bitch to adjust
-Lockwired all oil related items again
-Took measurements for new brackets for Lap timer and GoPro
-Inventory of missing parts, mainly screws, bolts and Dzus fasteners
-Discovered the need to weld my swing arm due to Cotton reel being torn off.
-Drilled out the rivets in the end cap on the exhaust (Steel rivets. PI*A)
-Aligned cooler brackets

Still need to:
-remove my suspension for service
-remove swing arm + welding
-adjust new fairings
-fix exhaust
-make brackets
-install various replacement items
-add fluorescent orange to my newly painted black fairings
-Assemble everything.

Probably forgot a page or two of details here.....

A few pictures from today:



























Still a lot of hours and money before it's season ready!

2008 CBR1000RR. Devil Exh*Gilles rearset*Brembo Calibers + Brakemaster*OZ wheels dry/wet*HRC Harness+ECU*Bazzaz FI/QS/TC*Cams*Head work etc*Titanimum all over*K-tec 20DDS/35DDS. 600cc weight! Track Bike
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PCIIIUSB, Full Titanium Akrapovic , K&N, Dynojet quickshift, Ram air, db Puig screen, Gilles rearset, Pazzo shorty levers, Galespeed Type-R, Michelin Pilot 2CT/ GP Racer, Matris Catridge kit front, Matris fully adj. rear etc etc etc **SOLD
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I will be making a few custom brackets for my lap timer and maybe also for the go-pro.

I'm running HRC loom so have no key/ignition mounted and the semi-sphere bracket is grinded of. Will use the M8x1.25 holes on the underside of the upper fork crown. Should work better than my old setup with velcro. Will figure something out for the Go-pro mount....

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