I've tried the knock-off Austin Racing exhaust. Looks great, but not the same as a titanium. Also, got rid of it since I needed a tune ASAP to run it as the bike was supper boggy and a friend wanted it. Overall, not bad for the money lol
All I do is pretty much move the shift rod to the other side, right?
And yes, I will be relocating those breather valves! I looks like I might be tight on the front sprocket cover for clearance, though...
geepaks was kind enough to sift through and collect all of this info, and I am posting it here.
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AKRAPOVIC – source: Akrapovic website (04/05 model)
I took a quick picture after installing my exhaust, but realized that my clutch side cowl keeps disconnecting from my belly pan. The brake side also disconnects from the belly pan every so often, but not as much as the left.
Will velcro work or should I do something else here?
Just installed an OEM quickshifter on my 2017 CBR1000rr (standard). I have it set for upshifting and downshifting as depicted by the up/down indication on the TFT display. The upshifting works great.
Can anyone provide advice on how to use it on the downshift? I assume the OEM...
I, like many, have gone with an aftermarket clutch and lost the clutch switch in the process. Just splicing the switch wires together or by some means jumping out the circuit.
Only downside is the bike can now be started in gear because the ECU now thinks the clutch lever is always pulled in...