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Now that is a sharp track weapon right there! Awesome job! More pics? Vids?

Actually yes! I had a small incident from someone kinda cutting right across my front. Had to patch up a few spots on the track plastics again.
This is post crash on that track day. The front up by where it has the red triangle part took a little damage as did the mid fairing at the top edge and the tail got scuffed a bit.



On top of that, I swapped from Shogun no-cut sliders to Woodcrafts. Put on Woodcraft clipons, renthal kevlar grips and 90 deg valve stems with the new set of bstone r10s.

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I forgot to add, I also put in the full HRC quick turn kit. Changing the throttle cables was a PAIN!!!

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I watch this thread with interest as you have added some really great additions to the bike. Excellent build so far.
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I watch this thread with interest as you have added some really great additions to the bike. Excellent build so far.
Thanks! I am planning on sinking some more money in her over the winter. Can't just decide what to go with next. Everything is a bit on the spendy side.

Arrow Header + Bazzaz (w/QS)
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great build thread sry about the spill u had. quick question. you wouldnt happen to still have those rear red reflectors and there adapters still?
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If I were in your position I would go for a Power Commander V, HM RL Quickshifter and an STM or Sigma Slipper Clutch. You will probably get more from those three things than the other modifications. I have added the first two to my CBR and its made a huge and noticeable difference particularly on track.

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great build thread sry about the spill u had. quick question. you wouldnt happen to still have those rear red reflectors and there adapters still?
The ones that go on the tail? I think I have them packed up somewhere collecting dust.

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If I were in your position I would go for a Power Commander V, HM RL Quickshifter and an STM or Sigma Slipper Clutch. You will probably get more from those three things than the other modifications. I have added the first two to my CBR and its made a huge and noticeable difference particularly on track.

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The only reason I was thinking of going with the Bazzaz and getting its quickshifter, is it is adjustable on the cutout per gear. Also, I think it may be a bit cheaper than a PC V and HL QS together.

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The ones that go on the tail? I think I have them packed up somewhere collecting dust.
ya the ones that go on the tail. is it possible that you can sell them to me?
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Season over with a fun day at Chuckwalla on Monday. Another batch of mods incoming, pics soon....

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What parts did you end up going for?
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What parts did you end up going for?
Some stuff for the brakes, engine and drivetrain!

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Usually on Hondas you have to take the whole tank and airbox and everything off for them haha...did it on a 1988 bike, dropped a tiny nut in there my god...must have taken an hour to get that back...
That wasn't even the difficult part. Getting the lower throttle cable in, seemed near impossible for anyone without child sized hands.

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Some new front rotors


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Very nice. Will be interested to hear how they compare to the OEM discs for track use.
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I'll let you know. I found out they are 320mm so I just ordered some 5mm Brembo spacers.


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Very nice. Will be interested to hear how they compare to the OEM discs for track use.


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I'll let you know. I found out they are 320mm so I just ordered some 5mm Brembo spacers.

Great bike, might want to consider tyre markers. Ry6rr applied some to his bike and they look great.

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Arrow headers, will probably put these on over the weekend.


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The bike looks great with the new discs fitted. Nice Arrow headers.
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Arrow headers, will probably put these on over the weekend.



i have them to they lok very nice

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Got a few more goodies to install before the track season starts up.


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Great collection of parts you have there and good call on the STM Slipper Clutch. Enjoy installing everything.
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Soooo this weekend I finally put in some time installing some stuff.


I picked up some Galfer pads since I put on new rotors. Still some life left on the old ones.






Done! On to something more challenging.

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Next up, Arrow headers.

Removal was pretty easy. I unhooked the radiator at the bottom and used a universal joint and a 12" extension.




Old vs New (big difference in weight)



New gaskets (top), Old gaskets (bottom)
The old ones weren't bent until I used a flathead screwdriver to pop them out. They were about half the height of the new ones though.



Snuck in an oil change




and.....done. Only one bolt was a bit difficult to put back on and I had to use a wrench and go about a 1/6th of a turn at a time.

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Next, I put on driven block off plates. Pretty straight forward.

It was nice to ditch all extra stuff.



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And my final obstacle for the weekend, Bazzaz Z-Fi QS and Z-AFM. I wasn't able to install the quickshifter because I had to send the sensor I received back to bazzaz. I received a pull sensor but need a push.




Get the gas tank out of the way. I trust a tie down a lot more than a bungie.



Airbox pulled




I ran the wires between the tail bracket and the battery tray. There is enough clearance for the wires but not the plug. So I took the bracket off and put it back on over them.




Tried to organize the wires a bit in here. Having a lithium ion battery helped provide some extra room.

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I zip-tied the bazzaz wires for the upper injectors to the OEM harness. I did a similar thing for the lowers.




Then put her back together.




Next up with be the Quickshifter, STM slipper, rear brake pads, new rear brake resevior. Then after that a new chain and sprockets.

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