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Old 11-01-2007, 11:15 AM   #1
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Need Some Advise - Stunt Bike Setup

I know this is a squidish thread, but bear with me...
I have an 03 RR that I wrecked. Got an insurance check, and now gonna set it up as a stunt bike.
I'm wondering if any of you guys have advise on a few things:
Which cage do you recommend?
What about a subframe cage?
12 bar?
Which handbrake master cylinder?
Clutch? E-z pull? Raptor?
Which bars? DB bars or flipped clip-ons?
Looking to complete the project in the next few weeks... any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Old 11-01-2007, 11:39 AM   #2
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Cage: Freestyle Ingenuity, Sick Innovations, Powers
If you are going to buy new I would get Sick Innovations. Cheapeast and best all around cage.

12 Bar: Use your exhaust, but if you must get a round bar.

Sub Frame Cage: Get an OMR Sub Cage, it relocates the pegs so they are not so scrunched. I am doing a group buy right now for them $150 shipped PM if you are interested.

Handbrake: Any radial master will work. (New R6's, 1000RR, etc)

Clutch: I have used Moose EZ Pull (Clutch Perch and lever) heard good things about the MSR ones also

Bars: I run dirt bike bars and like them, clip ons are good to, but you need to get aftermarket ones liek vortex or woodcraft and flip and push them out.
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Old 11-01-2007, 04:03 PM   #3
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SI or POWERS for the cage

OMR SUB CAGE

i kinda wish i went with a round bar now but i have a powers bar...its sweet
so id say SI or POWERS

master...like that guy said...new r6's 1000rr, gsxr1000, or try out the 1000rr clutch master or the gsxr clutch master

MSR E-Z pull

i have woodcraft clip-ons flipped on my bike and i love them...it makes whoolies so much easier

just take your time and make sure you want something before you buy it...thats what happened to me...i started with the powers cage and then sold it and bought a tygershark cage and now i sold that and im buying a sick innovations cage...do research cause i just lost a lot of money switching cages like that....same thing with the master and so on...its all personal preference though too...keep that in mind and with something like a handbrake, you might have to throw some loot out there to try different ones and see which ones work best for you
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Old 11-01-2007, 06:50 PM   #4
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Old 11-01-2007, 08:46 PM   #5
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garbage ^^^^

but better than no cage at all.
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Old 11-01-2007, 08:56 PM   #6
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Cage: MXD 3 Point Cage

OMR Sub Cage

Sick Innovations Round Bar

Racing 905 Stunt Stay

MSR Raptor EZ pull clutch lever
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I know this is a squidish thread, but bear with me...
I have an 03 RR that I wrecked. Got an insurance check, and now gonna set it up as a stunt bike.
I'm wondering if any of you guys have advise on a few things:
Which cage do you recommend?
What about a subframe cage?
12 bar?
Which handbrake master cylinder?
Clutch? E-z pull? Raptor?
Which bars? DB bars or flipped clip-ons?
Looking to complete the project in the next few weeks... any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
ive got a Freestyle Ingenuity cage for sale if u want it.

def OMR for the rr subcage

scrape exhuast

any radial mc works brembo 16x18 is best. dual caliper set ups are better than junction valves but they still do the job just fine.

moose ez pull or raptor either is real good

i had dirt bars on my gix but im back to clip ons, vortex flipped and pushed out is perfect on this rr.
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Old 11-08-2007, 10:35 AM   #9
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Thanks for all the help guys, I really appreciate it.
Now, I have another question concerning the handbrake...
I was gonna go with this kit http://www.fullthrottleinc.net/store...products_id/88 and a 1000rr clutch master.
What else do I need? Also, will this work with a junction valve setup, or do I need to run another caliper? Also, I'm confused as to how the junction valve setup works... will there be 2 rear brake resevoirs even though there is only 1 caliper??
Finally, I have heard that running brake fluid in the clutch master will ruin the seals... then I have also heard that it doesn't... which is true?
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u woudlnt need anything else with that fullthrottle set up, that replaces your foot mc and then u run a handbrake mc and it uses the fluid from that hand mc reservoir. if ur gonna spend 245, go with the dual caliper from hohey designs. 255 for the bracket and brake line, then all u need is an extra caliper which u can pick up for like 30 dollars. the 1000rr clutch mc has a solid reservoir on it that u cant move wich is a pain in the ass to try to mount with your clutch, i highly recomend a radial mount with a remote reservoir. a clutch mc runs off brake fluid, brake fluid is really just hydrolic fluid.
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Old 11-08-2007, 10:19 PM   #11
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Why do you like the twin caliper setup over the junction valve? Better feel?
What radial master do you recommend? The Brembo that everyone loves is another 250.... f* that, at least until I learn what I'm doing.
I saw that bracket for sale at hai bike shop... I just dont wanna start dropping unnecessary money. (Think you could give me a complete list for a possible setup?)
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Why do you like the twin caliper setup over the junction valve? Better feel?
What radial master do you recommend? The Brembo that everyone loves is another 250.... f* that, at least until I learn what I'm doing.
I saw that bracket for sale at hai bike shop... I just dont wanna start dropping unnecessary money. (Think you could give me a complete list for a possible setup?)
ive only ever used a nissin clutch mc and then a the brembo. ive heard ppl using any of the radial masters and being happy with them, R1, R6, gsxr, 1000rr, 929/954, 636. i went with the brembo and a dual caliper set up cuz i crashed my gix doing a seat stander cuz my hand brake was too weak to pull me back when i was scraping tail on the street. i wasnt going to be cheap about my set up this time cuz my bike got totalled out for being cheap last time. i dont like the junction valve personally cuz theres a dead spot in them when switching from hand brake to foot brake. u cant use them both at the same time either, which sucks for learning, they cancel each other out if u pull them both at the same time, plus havin a direct line to a caliper = better feel and more power.
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im using a clutch master from a 1000rr along with 2 of my buddies and about to be a 3rd...once they try them out they love them...im a handbrake whore...sitdowns, staggards, whenever my foot is covering the foot brake, you best believe im using the handbrake haha...hey it did help me learn seat standers real quick
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ive always used the GP tech adapter then bought a master on my own. ive used a 1000rr, RC 51, 636, R1 and a brembo. i like the 1000rr the best so far. NEVER had a problem with my handbrake set up as long as you bleed it right.

if you get the Full throttle set up, MAKE SURE YOU BLEED IT THE RIGHT WAY. i put one on my bike last month cuz i got it for free and didnt know theres a special way to bleed it. i personally will never use it again.
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i have db bars, hand brake, FI cage, easy pull clutch (best $ i have spent in awhile), 12 bar..no subframe change yet/tho
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Cage: TygerShark Apex Cage ( www.tygersharkcages.com )

Subframe Cage: OMR without question.

12bar: Your Muffler.

HB Master: I'm using a 05 r6 master with the GP style adapter.

Clutch: E-Z pull cut down.

Flipped Vortex Clip-Ons and Turn out as far as it can go without cutting the upper. (for now...might just notch it later..)
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Old 11-14-2007, 10:42 AM   #18
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nothing yet but my mail doesn't get here some times till after 6,i think my mail man stops off at the bar before he comes here....lol
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ballz i got your money and i will ship you cage tomorrow [thursday]

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