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Here she is in her natural environment. The race track!

2008 CBR1000RR LE
Dunlop 211 NTec's
GP front suspension
Galfer SBK brake lines
Ferodo CP211 pads
Carbon fiber fairing stay
Hotbodies bodywork
Gutted and modded intake ducts
Woodcraft bars w/Spider grips
ASV levers
Woodcraft rear sets
Woodcraft billet stator cover
Taylormade carbon fiber clutch cover
LP USA V2 Windscreen
Vortex fuel cap
Full Arrow exhaust
PCIII and ignition module
BMC Race air filter
Ohlins TTX rear shock
Talormade rear hugger
Rhinomoto frame and axle sliders
Driven sprockets
EK X ring chain
Graphics by Chris Kruzel
Lawstcaws frame plugs
Internal mods (area 51)
RWHP 168.08 w/83.97 lb/ft of torque

Thanks to all the members for the great info and to Brad at Superbike Supply and Jeremy at Hondapowersports for the great deals too. :thumbsup:
















 

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I lived in Puyallup a couple years ago. I was about 15-20 min away from Pacific, but never made it out before I moved since I was always out if town. I'll finally make it there this summer for the Mike Sullivan Race School I won in a charity auction :)
 

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Ha! You're on the same mission with the uneven wearing pucks:thefinger:
 

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Sweet bike JCR!!! I also have a LE. I would love to do some trackdays at PR, but trying to buy a house at the moment.... Have any recommendations on a place to get my bike dyno tuned??? I live in pierce county, wouldn't mind making a trip to seattle.
 

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Sweet bike JCR!!! I also have a LE. I would love to do some trackdays at PR, but trying to buy a house at the moment.... Have any recommendations on a place to get my bike dyno tuned??? I live in pierce county, wouldn't mind making a trip to seattle.
Go see Dyno Joe at I-90 in Issaquah. Well worth the drive.

BTW~ He used to tune for Erion.
 

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the first, but +1 on excluding the warmer. Looks real good though.

Jet i hope your running decent times, I think its funny when stinky riders show up with nice ass rides like that lol.

Like the guy with custom Taylor Mades, the bag, the shoes, gloves, shirt, even his own golf cart. Then he just shanks it into the pond on every swing lol.
 

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the first, but +1 on excluding the warmer. Looks real good though.

Jet i hope your running decent times, I think its funny when stinky riders show up with nice ass rides like that lol.
I haven't even been on a road race course in 5 years before last month. I took 5 seconds off my lap times in 3 laps when the green flag dropped, but I still have at least another 5 to go before I'm in the mix. We'll get there, but I'm not willing to kill myself for 10th place. The times will come.

After 35 years of racing, it isn't do or die.:popcorn2:

I won my first MX race in 1974, trophied my first roadrace in 2000 and won racing supermoto in 2007.

Boy, do I feel it sometimes! :D

1977:
16 years old.



2002: 41 years old.



2007: 46 years old (and racing against the kids)



And this is the reason we all do it. :)

Elsinore Grand Prix 2005:


My eyes are swollen shut from all the dust, I'm exhausted after 3 straight hours, but I'm still laughing.

 
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