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Starting this thread to help others with setup and gotchas...

After receiving my HRC parts from Ten Kate I have discovered a few things that are still needed.

1.) Kvaser Leaf Light HS v2 CAN Driver Interface ~ $325 --> used to connect the Sub-harness D-Sub Connector p/n: 38900-NLT-000

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2.) Honda SCS Connector p/n: 070MZ-0010300 ~ $65 --> used to program the quick shifter from the CAN connector

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more to come...
 

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Those TK people seem like a crafty bunch. Looks like they have all the goodies, and now you do.
 

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Could that the SCS connector can be used to program other ECU features, such as fuel maps, than just the quick shifter?
 

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Could that the SCS connector can be used to program other ECU features, such as fuel maps, than just the quick shifter?
All it does is put the bike into “service mode”. It allows access to menus that can be accessed in the instrument panel. I bought one new for $35 and I’ve seen them advertised cheaper. I admit there may be other things it would give access to that I’m not aware it, but I’m pretty sure they are pretty much opening menu items and accessing things like codes for diagnostic purposes.
 

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Could that the SCS connector can be used to program other ECU features, such as fuel maps, than just the quick shifter?
Thats were you plug in the sub connector to adjust fuel and timing / traction, wheelie ect in the ECU.

You DO NOT need the SCS connector, we used a paper clip to calibrate the quick shifter and it worked, however we now have that connector.
 

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@eagletangogreen since you are the FIRST person in the US to have converted the SC82 to a racing bike, can you speak about what changes/adjustments you made to the default or "as-is" settings of the HRC ecu?

This is the kind of info I hope to share with all reading this thread.

After reading through the "2020 CBR1000RR-R HRC Data Setting Tool" PDF on the CD-ROM it would appear to me that the following settings must be changed bare minimum.

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@eagletangogreen since you are the FIRST person in the US to have converted the SC82 to a racing bike, can you speak about what changes/adjustments you made to the default or "as-is" settings of the HRC ecu?

This is the kind of info I hope to share with all reading this thread.

After reading through the "2020 CBR1000RR-R HRC Data Setting Tool" PDF on the CD-ROM it would appear to me that the following settings must be changed bare minimum.

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We are heading to Jennings GP on the 23-24 of Jan to do some more testing. I promise Ill pass on all the information / data we gather and share with you all.

My initial test witch was cut short do to weather (30ish laps).

Gearing and tire diameter adjustment in the ecu is a must!!!!
Recalibration of the quick shifter is a must for it to work correctly.

We used the stock steering dampener with the kit ecu (the kit ecu is designed to work with the stock dampener) just to see how well it would work while we waited for our ohlins unit. It works pretty good. However we are switching it over to the the Ohlins unit. NOTE! The plug for the front wheel speed sensor and the steering dampener are the same so make sure they are plugged in correctly. Basically what will happen is your TC and your quick shifter wont work... ask me how I know.

I recommend you guys ride the bike with no electronics to see the level of mechanical grip this bike has, then turn on your electronics. I was really impressed how much grip and stability the bike has when spinning the tire out of corners. You guys with stock bikes are missing out on the real deal. The bike IMO is crap stock but with the kit stuff... Man its the real deal!! I would easily pay the currently 40K I have spent on this bike so far ALL DAY LONG!

My bike weighs 382lbs with 10 liters of gas in race trim.

We raised the front up 6mils and it got better holding the line around the corner on part throttle... We are going to go all the way up to the top of the forks next.
The rear shock needs more steel so I ordered a 115 and 120 spring to swap out the 110 that the shock comes with. We are gong to mess with that before we start changing valving and stacks.

Gearing was too tall (stock) we are going with a 15 tooth up front to replace the 16T

The only thing we messed with on the ecu "rider aids" was the part throttle response to smooth it out so its not to jerky. Now its smooth like a Lexus.

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Received race bodywork from Carbonin today. Overall pretty nice stuff but the decals were lifting up and/or had bubbles on several of the panels so that kinda sucks...let's see what they will do to resolve this....please ignore the Kawasaki mat (it's a clean spot).

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@09_Blade those are the stock 2021 CBR1000RR-R SP fork upper and lowers - they now have been lengthened and the stroke extended with a custom set of Ohlins spring-pressurized FKR inserts. Only set I know of...pandemic has made it hard to get stuff so we had to improvise by modifying an FKR insert from Aprilia's RSV4
 

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So yesterday I began the long process of converting the street RR-R to a race bike.

Here are the part numbers to replace the unnecessary hoses on the throttle bodies.
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Installed a manually adjustable Ohlins HO568 - revision 1 shock - there are some holes in the frame to allow access to the top shock bolt which has a torque of 34 N/m. Linkage and lower shock bolt are 44 N/m. It does not look like it will be very easy to adjust rebound/compression and/or remove the shock without removing the tank and subframe inner fender.

Started with 110 N/m spring with 11 mm or preload installed at stock length of 317 mm (stretched), 14 rebound and 12 compression
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Installed Graves Motorsports smog block off plates and full Akrapovic EVO exhaust...

Leave the reeds in and the metal plates behind those reeds.
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LOTS of foam in the intake snorkel, frame and initial part of the airbox - removed ALL of that
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Also installed manual Ohlins damper and non-ABS brake lines - note provision for front brake pressure switch
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