We all have been enjoying this build series and great photo. Keep up the excellent work and enjoy the ride!still at Bauce Racing ... working through getting rid of the steering damper code w/woolich .. worse case, purchased a healtech SD eliminator in case it boils down to it.. anyway, this is a pic from some time ago after the bike got together at the local dealership - Powersports East ..
cant wait for this to be done and the warm weather .. remember for a change to get a free entry to the 2019 ninja 400 bike build -- take a guess the rwhp and torque using race gas on Bauce Racing FB page ..
I don't know much about that one as i went Ohlins .. which is tried and true. Regardless of which step you go, unless you use woolich to disable the HISD code, you will need to get the healtech Damper code remover. It's pretty cheap and I got it regardless of if I needed it or not.https://www.gprstabilizer.com/find-kit/?type=street-bikes&make=honda&model=cbr1000rr&years=2017-2019
i am debating wheter or not to go for the above but i dont want ecm problems what do u thnk
the stacks make a difference on the top end .. which the honda lacks as compared to other liter bikes. The honda is restricted from the factory and the stacks will make a noticeable difference on the top end.The stacks look nice, thought about those myself but couldn't quite see spending $400 for a couple HP, although I did for the Woorich software and it made a big difference.
Have you tried riding the bike yet with the new stacks? If so, was it a difference you could actually feel.
Have a good one.