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Old 05-03-2012, 05:54 PM   #211
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OEM parts aren't cheap! Nice work man!
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Old 06-13-2012, 09:25 AM   #212
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a little update, time to change the pads so i decided to change the fluids & overhaul the calipers, i have the seals in my parts box but when i opened them i only had enough to do one caliper which sucks because i asked for 2 calipers so i'm waiting again for the parts to be shipped from the USA.

when i was out looking for oil & oil filter for the R1 i'm rebuilding i looked for some tygon tubing for my reservoir because the pvc tubing i'm using gets hard & blurry after a few weeks which is not good, i have found this instead.


finally found what i was looking for, a rear brake reservoir delete kit made by KISS which is a JDM brand, it's for the VFR400 & RVF400 sportbikes with Nissin rear brake master.


this is what comes with the kit, tygon tubing, plastic protector, clamps, zip ties & a plug. this is old school JDM parts for JDM bikes.

this is it for now, will post pics of the caliper overhaul later.
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Old 06-15-2012, 01:05 PM   #213
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updating with a few trackday pics.





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Congratulations bro! Your dad is mos def proud of you. He was there for sure.

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holding up the much coveted 1st place trophy

all that practice paid off, i could only wish my father was there at the moment of my triumph, for me it is a bittersweet victory. this one's for you dad.
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Haven't checked this thread in a while. Congrats on your win Pare! You gave those newer 600s a run for their money.
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Haven't checked this thread in a while. Congrats on your win Pare! You gave those newer 600s a run for their money.
and some 1000's & 1198's too but the Panigale will make my life a bit harder, those bikes are easier to ride fast, it's so unfair its cheating. LOL
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congrats on winning!

Question, only reason why I'm asking is because I couldn't find the answer I was looking for. For your 07 MC, did you use the 03-06 brake lines or 07+? Also what other mods did you have to do besides changing our the master cyclinder? I read somewhere that there might be a clearnce issue with the fairing?
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Question, only reason why I'm asking is because I couldn't find the answer I was looking for. For your 07 MC, did you use the 03-06 brake lines or 07+? Also what other mods did you have to do besides changing our the master cyclinder? I read somewhere that there might be a clearnce issue with the fairing?
I'm using brembo mc not the nissin mc, still used the old lines, no clearance issues with the brembo.
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updating this thread, its been a while, my Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP's are shot, my bike nees new rubber so i mounted these on.



Michelin Power One race tires, V front & C rear, hoping to lower my lap times with these bad boys on, hope they last longer too.


what's left of my front tire, wear looks great Dave Moss would be proud.


rear tire, very good wear pattern here.

the Supercorsa SP's lasted 6 trackdays in total + 1 race day, very good for a street/track tire, the Pirelli's never gave me a slip, the front tire is awesome under braking, i have had some oh **** moments where i have to trailbrake to keep from running off the track & these tires held up. the rear is also great with loads of grip/traction, i'm the one who's afraid of giving more gas so i'm the one holding up my progress not the tire. i still have a spare front Supercorsa SP front tire which i used for 1 race so i'll just have to buy a new rear tire to complete the set, i hope they have them 180/60 size in stock.
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Old 09-23-2012, 10:36 AM   #220
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quick update, a dear friend gave me with this.



finally got my hands on some real quality tire pressure gauge, a Longacre Magnum 3.5" with angled swivel chuck, now my titred old gauge can finally take a rest.

tires ain't cheap so why scrimp on the gauge, oh did i mention it was free? :D
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very nice man, keep it up and keep on racing and winning
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very nice man, keep it up and keep on racing and winning
thanks pareng Rizzo, had a great time at the track for 2 days, i got to play with some italian exotics (1199, 1098, monsters) & a couple of jappies (Z1000, R1), i got to tweak their suspension too which made their lap times drop a by a couple of seconds & make some money in the process.

the Michelin Power Ones were great too, best tires i ever used yet, better than the Supercorsa SP (way better than the 003), provided lots of feedback, cornering grip is fantastic, grip on acceleration is up there as well, i didn't feel the rear slide even when i get on the gas earlier & harder trying to catch up to the liter bikes, the front tire offered very precise steering, sometimes it turns in too fast i hit the apex early thinking i would run over it, had to adjust my braking & turn in markers as well as the suspension to get rid of the instability at the faster corners.

after i'm done with this set i'm thinking of trying the Dunlop D211GPA tires, they're priced just right at $339 + $28 shipping at race tire service, probably next year.


tuning the rear shock on the 1098, the previous guy who did it had the settings screwed up, after making a few adjustments & setting the correct sag the rider dropped 5sec off his best lap times.


another happy customer, i'm also happy because i get to cover some of my trackday expenses, i love my job.


tuning an 1199S suspension this time, they kind of screwed up the sag & settings too so i fixed that along with the correct tire pressures for the DSBK Pro slick.


finally some action pics, i really don't hang off very much nowadays, probably age catching up to me, need to get fit & ready for the club race i'm entering in.











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Very nice man, wish u were closer to tune my suspension for street. When I brake the front end kinda dives down. Have to admit that 1199 is so sexy.


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Very nice man, wish u were closer to tune my suspension for street. When I brake the front end kinda dives down. Have to admit that 1199 is so sexy.


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turn your compression adjuster screws fully closed & give it 1.5 turns out, use 2 fingers to turn in the screw until you feel a bit of resistance, don't force it in as you might damage the needle & seat.

also if the forks are still stock the stock fork springs are way too soft unless you weigh 120lbs so you might want to upgrade your springs to stiffer ones, stock is 7.9N/mm & i have a 9.0N/mm Ohlins fork spring in mine with 50% of the preload in to get to 35mm rider sag with full gear on, i weigh 70kgs without & 80kgs with gear on.

at least i can help you tweak your suspension online, turning rebound & adjuster screws are easy but setting sag is difficult if you don't have any help, you'll need at least 2 guys to help you do it. my setup for the street is 40mm front & 35mm rear (for track its higher, 35/30).
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here's my power one race tires after 2 days at the track





even though they are 3yrs old & were replaced by the power cups these tires offered high levels of grip & feedback but in order to unleash their potential some changes need to made to the suspension settings & geometry which took me all of the first day to sort. i was really running way below my usual pace with the Supercorsa SP as the bike would wobble a bit at the fastest corner at the track. i made some adjustments to the shock rebound & compression (hi/lo) because the rear felt really harsh over the bumps but the front not so much but still need some rebound & compression adjustments, lowered the front end by 2mm to compensate for the taller front tire which made steering & turn in a lot quicker.

i asked Dave Moss for pressure recommendations for the Spanish made Power Ones & he gave me 30/25 cold which were great starting pressures, later in the day i raised the front tire psi to 31 cold as the front tire felt mushy during braking & turn in, it also made steering more precise plus tire wear improved a bit. i only notice a bit of a rebound problem as the leading edge is raised indicating that rebound is too slow.

another problem that plagues me is that the right side rebound adjuster screw keeps moving out of adjustment by itself which is not good so tomorrow i'll pop the caps off & replace all the o-rings with new ones.
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Love me some Power Ones. I used to run the Supercorsa, but since switching to the Ones, I won't go back. Now I just need to redo my suspension and get it tuned to see what those tires can really handle.

Bike is looking great! Good luck in the club race you're entering.
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For 3 year old tires they look like they held up well.
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For 3 year old tires they look like they held up well.
yes they did pare, i got the front tire used from strgt for $35 & the rear new from motorace at $199, about the same price as a set of S20 tires, i was riding above my usual pace with these tires, very confidence inspiring, i was attacking the corners because the front end felt so good, something that the BT003's lacked, i could lean my bike to the point where the knee & toe sliders are both dragging & that's when i'm chasing the liters & panigales at the track.

trailbraking is great as well, i managed to go in too hot on my favorite right hand sweeper & i could feel the front tire pushing, i thought i was a goner as the gravel trap was coming to me fast so i applied the front brake to scrub off some speed to keep the bike turned & hoping the front tire won't tuck & lowside, i don't want to ruin my new paint job & leathers, that would suck. surprisingly the front tire didn't budge throughout the ordeal so i was saved from a monumental embarrassment, i was trying to copy Troy Bayliss' lines around the track but that one i probably went in too fast so next time i'm going to do it a bit slower.
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just another quick update, changed the o-rings on the rebound adjuster screws on the top of the forks, they have a habit of going out of adjustment every time i ride out the track, after a couple of laps the front starts to feel weird & run wide. when i check my setting the rebound screws have moved 1/4 turn counter clockwise. with the new o-rings the screws feel tighter when you turn them, i also did a helpful mod on the rebound adjuster by putting some marks around it to help in counting the turns & making incremental adjustments, forgive the poor quality i'll try to get a better pic next time.



changed the oil to Maxima 530RR full synthetic racing oil, it's about time io treated my bike's engine with the good stuff, this should be worth a hp or 2 to help running with the pesky liter bikes.



also removed the turn signal switch assy to lighten up the bike a bit, thinking of removing the fan as well.
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finally got back from the race & this is all i have to show for it.


qualified 3rd on the grid, i'm the only 600 on the front row, pole is a 1098, 2nd R1


and they're off, the 1098 getting the holeshot, neck to neck with the 09 R1















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the 1098 far ahead of me, damn these 1km long straights


passed the R1 for 2nd place by outbraking him & doing a block pass at the acacia tree corner, slowly catching up to the 1098, squeezing every ounce of power from the bike & stamina from my body, i'm nearly at the limit in this point


after 8 grueling laps i finally crossed the finish line in 1st place, it was the longest 8 laps of my life, i passed the 1098 at my favorite corner, i stuck behind him like glue until we arrived at the corner i was setting him up to pass, once he moved to the left for a wide entry i dived past him into the inside of the corner & made it stick, all of the people watching applauded, wish i could find a video of the race to watch it all over again.


awarding time, at the top step, having the biggest trophy & the biggest smile, this one's for you dad, i miss you so much

all throughout the day, practice, qualifying & race the Michelin Power One DOT race tires did exactly what i dreamed it would do, best set of tires i ever used yet, grip never faded, didn't feel any slip at the rear & the front tire steered with unbelievable precision & these are with 3yr old tires.

racing season is now over so time to do some checks & preventive maintenance on the bike, gonna check the valve clearance again to see if its in spec. see y'all later, i'm gonna track my scooter now.
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I said it in the other thread but I'll say it again, congrats Pare! I know lots of time and effort went into that win. Hopefully it's the first of many. I think it's time to invest in a video camera to see you in action.
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I said it in the other thread but I'll say it again, congrats Pare! I know lots of time and effort went into that win. Hopefully it's the first of many. I think it's time to invest in a video camera to see you in action.
i'll do that when i save up enough money for a Contour camera or just borrow it from a friend, all the money i save just goes to buying tires & stuff, i'm not racing the nationals yet & it gets really expensive there as the R10's don't last very long, even a new set only lasts a few laps before it starts losing grip. the Power One is a different story, did a couple of trackdays on it plus the race day itself & there's still plenty of meat & grip left from it.

if Bridgestone doesn't become the control tire for next year i'll be trying the D211GPA & Power Cup tires.
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Old 11-09-2012, 05:30 AM   #235
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quick update, just did another trackday yesterday & logged at least 30laps on the Power Ones, front tire syill looks good & it looks like it has got 2 to 3 more trackdays to go, the rear is looking good as well may be 2 trackdays left, it's almost at the wear bars but i ain't worried as michelin designed these tires to be ridden beyond the wear bars so they become a slick.

i do hope that it's true but these tires never gave me a slip yet, very confidence inspiring tire, i'll definitely go with these again any time.
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Old 11-09-2012, 07:25 AM   #236
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Haven't checked in here for a while. Congrats on the win!
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Congrats on the win....A few more and you'll get some real umbrella girls...lol.
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just got a "new" set of clip-on handle bars for my track bike, they got no name on them but the owner said they were Vortex, maybe the old style, it's only got 2 bolts 6mm for the bar & 8mm for the fork clamp. can anyone identify my bars or are they your typical china made stuff? LOL

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went out today to do my early yuletide season shopping & this is what i got for myself & my bike.



a new set of Pirelli Supercorsa SC2 race tires, yes you read that right, race tires! originally i was just going to buy a Supercorsa SP rear but the store ran out of it (i think they deliberately did it) & offered me the SC2's, i didn't want to run an SP front with an SC2 rear so i had no choice but to plunk the cash for a matching set.

now i can do a back to back comparison of the Supercorsa SC2 vs the Power One V/C tires i'm currently running, it's unfair to compare a street vs race tire, next year i'll have my work cut out for me & i'll do a review on these tires & tell you what i think with results. i hope before i go through with the Michelin i'd be able to break my personal best record before the year is over.

now for the stuff i got for myself.



i'm starting to collect tools which i'll be bringing to the track next season as the Craftsman tools i was lugging around for the last 2yrs i returned back to it's owner (thanks John) & now i'm left without any tools, this is the start of my collection, a set of Unior tools metric sockets & handles, 10 to 32mm. this is a quality tool set, made in Slovenia (somewhere in Europe), not the crappy stuff coming out of China, anything but China, don't get me started with China.

anyway next on the agenda is a 1/4 & 3/8 inch socket set much like this then afterwards a screwdriver, pliers, hook wrenches etc. after all the shopping i did the whole thing cost me $600, this would have gotten me a used slipper clutch though but what good is a slipper clutch if i have no tires on my bike.
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