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Well, let's see.

Overhauled forks
Installed Ohlins rear
Installed new Tires
Installed new chain
Overhauled engine
New countershaft
Various new Transmission parts
New fairings
Arata Titanium Exhaust
New Rearsets
Installed new clutch

basically...it's all new!
and now...installing new throttle cables. The only thing that I did not replace which promptly broke after a high speed WOT pass during pre-season testing
 

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After regulator rectifier issues on my '04, I read about the associated issued with the OEM bracket, so bought a redesigned '05 bracket from Florida.
It was cheaper to buy used from the USA and have it shipped here, than to buy brand new from Honda or even used from UK. :ponder:

Will order a new r/r after payday :thumbup:


 

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Over the last few days I finally got around to replacing my fork oil.
The bike is an 06 and looking at the colour and amount of silver/sediment that came out I don't think its ever been done.



Winter had taken its toll on my brakes after commuting on the bike all season so I gave the pistons and calipers a good clean.

 

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Fiiiinally got round to replacing the dead regulator/rectifier last night, and putting the battery back in after I've had it on trickle off the bike.
New Mosfet r/r from a specialist UK company, coupled with the improved 05/06 bracket :rocker:

Can't wait to finally get out for a ride at some point soon!

Old one out:



New one in:

 

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Finished putting the bike back together last night. 8pm-10pm is the only chance I get to do stuff.
Re-installed the left-side R&G frame slider, and I properly cleaned and lubed the chain the first time in a loooong time.
Then as it was starting to rain, and chain cleaner had got all over the swingarm and patio (despite lots of cardboard on the floor), I decided to wash the bike too. For the first time in an even longer time! Turns out the wheels were actually black, not grey.

All ready for a ride on Sunday, my first outing since mid-January
 

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Last time I was at the track I laid it down on the left side.....twice. Bent my clip-on, broke my Pazzo lever, scrapped the fairing. Got my parts in the other day and replaced the broken stuff.
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Been a busy week. Installed new Spider grips, Driven bar ends and swing arm spools, TST integrated taillight, flush front turn signals and license plate relocator, and most of the way through installing T-Rex no cut frame sliders. While it's all apart I polished the exhaust (Yosh RS5 for sale btw), cut the heat shield and painted it black with hi temp enamel. Also before it's all back together I'm going to remove the exhaust flapper cables. While I was in there, I got rid of the garbage under glow kit the previous owner had installed.
 

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First I make small adjustment to manual CCT, then refinished front wheel, cleaned rotor bobbins and deglazed, new tire, changed fork oil, wax job, lubed chain. That's about it and looking really good.
 

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Coolant flush to engine ice. Replace automatic cct. Run wire from speed sensor signal to the power commander for adjusting gear specific quick shift times and to be able to tune each gear. Wired in dual low and dual high beam lights from tripageled.com. Measured clearance to replace factory horn (tired of the cartoon honk our bikes make lol)

And I think thats it.. next week I'm replacing the stock brake lines to Galfer SS lines. Super excited about that because the front lines are super old and brakes are a little spongy. Will do a full brake flush and refill with Motul RBF600.



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