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08 600rr update

It's been a while since I've posted on here, had a lot going on!

As some of you may know I used to have 2 08 RR's, one road spec, one track spec. In september last year UK bike magazine Performance Bikes borrowed my road 600rr for a test - this is one of the photos they took of it:



3 days after I got it back from them, it looked like this:



A car pulled out on me, I hit the side of the car at about 60mph, smashing my right hand to pieces then threw me 50 meters down the road, I landed on my left arm, smashing that to pieces as well. I had 9 operations in total, to fit metal plates and have skin grafts etc. I had to have a Mick Doohan style op where they stitched two fingers together to get a blood supply! it was a fun 9 months I can tell you!

So anyway, now I am left with just my one bike, so I thought I'd give it a bit of a refresh and upgrade some of the parts and solve some issues. Here's what I've been up to since the crash.

Bike strip down:


Service and a good clean:




Refitted bodywork then assessed what needed looking at:


I wasn't happy with my top cowl bracket so I fitted a Ten Kate item to match my Ten Kate intake, matched with HRC & Ten Kate coolant overflow/fuel breather bottles:




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I looked at the HRC endurance racers and came up with my own quick release fairing fasteners - much more elegant than Dzus fasteners IMO:


I fitted Lightec chain adjusters and had some endurance style axle socket guide cups (for quick wheel changes) made. - I'm very happy with this set up now, just needs a CF rear hugger, and CF exhaust hanger which I'm looking at making myself:


I hated the stock rear subframe, so managed to get hold of a Ten Kate item, I also modified it to carry the exhaust hanger:



Bit of bling plus nice and operational - Rizoma oil filler cap:


Then I rode it :D





I hope you like it! This afternoon I've worked on a quick release fuel tank project - ill post pics up when it's finished!



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Very nice work. Looks like its going to be one of a kind. Sorry to hear about your street bike. That was a sweet looking bike.
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Ten Kate Rear Subframe and Battery Holder + QR Fuel tank mounting + modified mounting for side exhaust hanger
Ten Kate Front Subframe
Custom Quick Release Top Cowl Fasteners
Ten Kate Carbon Intake
Ten Kate Side Fairing Brackets
Lightech Chain Adjusters
Custom Endurance Style Axle Socket Guide Cups
HRC Rear Sprocket Guard (painted black)
Modified Rear Axle for quick wheel changes
PP Tuning Endurance Clip Ons
Standard Grips Lockwired
R&G Paddock Stand Bobbins
PP Tuning Rearsets + Custom M/cyl Bracket
PP Tuning Stem Nut
Front:
EBC HH Sintered Pads
HEL Race Braided Hoses
DOT5.1 Fluid
Brembo Master Cylinder with Titanium fixing bolts
Ladybird Fr Brake Reservoir Bracket
Rear:
CRF450 Master Cylinder with built in return spring & Zeta reservoir cap
Custom made Rear M/cyl bracket
EBC Pads
PP Tuning Rear Braided Hose
Spare Wets on Wheels
Captive Wheel Spacers
Carbon Fibre Race Fairings
StompGrips
Skidmarx (Race Products TT Spec) Hi Race Screen + Probolt Screen bolt kit
Pirelli Supercorsa BSB - Dry Tyres
Bridgestone Battlax Wet - Rain Tyres
Keyless Billet Fuel Cap
Carbon Fibre Rear Hugger
Custom made Carbon Fibre Box for PCIII & Fusebox
Numerous Titanium Bolts


Engine/Transmission/Electrics:

520 Renthal & Tsubaki Race Chain & Sprocket Kit with Blue anodised Sprocket nuts (same as HRC)
Arrow Dual Silencer GP Full System
K&N Race Air Filter
Rizoma Oil Filler Cap
PAIR Removal Plates
PCIII + Map
HRC & Ten Kate Radiator Overflow + Fuel Breather Bottles + Silicone Hoses
DRC Laptimer with thumb button & quick release mounting
Fully stripped back loom with Exhaust valve light mod and nylon overbraiding
Keyless Ignition with switch on LH bar
Custom Radiator Guard
Radiator Fan removed
Billet Alloy Fuel Breather 1-way valve mounted through tank cover
MOTY Design Lightweight 8 Cell LifePo Battery
Active Quick Action Throttle

Plus LOTS more attention to detail stuff - shed loads of lockwiring and R-Clips for QR everywhere....

To Do List:

Suspension upgrades - not decided yet, but will be done soon
Quick Shifter



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Awesome build man.

Glad you're able to still ride and at a high level after your accident.
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Cheers mate,

My first trackday after 9 operations and 6 months off work went really well, I ran in the intermediate group as I hadn't ridden in 8 months - but my pace was ok, about 1 second off my pace from last year, then my second trackday I ran in the fast group and was around 6 seconds faster than I was last year! Really happy with my recovery so far, had to have lots and lots of physiotherapy and lots of training, it was hard work but worth it!



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Very nice bike man. Its even better to hear that you are still riding after something like that.

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fantastic paint on that bike! great work.
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REAL nice, guess after the accident insurance gave you a nice check for you to buy all those toys

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that sucks about your road bike. it was insanely beautiful. was that a european only color or aftermaket, or what? glad to see you are ok and rockin out!
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glad to know your ok man and what a nice track bike you have i love your exhaust!!

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Props! Definitely BOTM worthy! Great to hear you are back on the bike.

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Arrived today in the post, a MOTY design 8 cell LifePo battery pack,

It's so friggin' light!



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for the MOTY battery very quality product.

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I want to see a side view of that subframe with all the pastics on. The bike looks sweet. Glad to see you riding again

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Subframe so pretty......

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At first I thought you were going to say you got your road bike back wrecked, then I read on. Nice recovery on "yourself".

Awesome build brother, above and beyond. You're thinking outside the box, I like what you've come up with. Nice Wow factor when I saw the first track bike photo fully assembled.

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pics of the bike with the plastics on and the new subframe please!!!


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WOW! Nice build. Blows about your crash. Glad your ok. MOTY FTW


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Good to see your back on a bike. I love the paint and exhaust. Your bike is definitely unique and very Sexy. Safe riding.
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good to hear your back to trackin the bike looks amazing i wish i had that kind of cash$$$$$$$
im ordering the rizoma filler cap and a reservoir anodized red there **** looks so legit all techy and stuff i stole the idea from u i never have seen there products.
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This is my quick release fuel tank system I've fabricated - makes things a lot faster to take the tank off. The two bolts at the side unfortunately don't have enough scope to do anything with so they will have to stay. I can deal with 2 bolts though, rather than 4.



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Quick update, today I've ordered an Ohlins TTX shock as it came in at pretty much half price... couldn't resist it!

I've really had a nightmare mounting everything up inside the Ten Kate rear subframe. There is just NO space on the bike for all the electronics to fit once you fit an aftermarket subframe. I couldn't mount my PCIII or Fusebox anywhere, so I made a carbon fibre box to the correct dimensions, and mounted it alongside the battery holder like so: I have since lined the inside of the box with thin black foam.





However this meant that the loom on the PCIII was far too long as it supposed to be mounted far up in the tail of the standard bike. I've had to cut the wires down, and use specialist connectors similar to these designed for motorsport applications to hook the wires back up.


So now I think I have enough room under there to mount everything back up, and keep it all tidy and tucked away. This is my job for tomorrow, Then hopefully I can get all the bodywork back on wait for my Ohins TTX to arrive and then try and get back out on track!



Edit to add:

I thought I'd just mention that if you look at the original photos on this thread, you'll see that my CRF rear master cylinder is mounted to the original mounting positions on the rearsets. This causes the rear brake lever to be in totally the incorrect position, far too high, rendering it pretty useless. If you look further down the photos you'll spot a nice alloy bracket I made by hand to position the M/cyl in the correct position.
I started off with a solid 6mm sheet of aluminium, shaped it and cut the holes out very carefully. I then filed, sanded and scotchbrited until I was happy with the finish. I also used steel thread inserts to strengthen the thread in the mounting holes.







The M/cyl now sits in exactly the correct position. I just thought I'd add this for anyone who is considering fitting the CRF M/cyl as you need to take into account on some aftermarket rearsets it will cause the lever to be far too high, even to be adjusted out.



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WOW just read through this now, sorry about your crash :( as mentioned glad you were ok! liked the orig color btw :) bike looks fantastic now man! nice work! for sure when my oem batt goes im getting the MOTY one!
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WOW just read through this now, sorry about your crash :( as mentioned glad you were ok! liked the orig color btw :) bike looks fantastic now man! nice work! for sure when my oem batt goes im getting the MOTY one!
Thanks very much! Yeah just to note this is not the one that got wrecked... At the time I had 2 08' CBR's one for the road one for the track and this is now the only one I have so I'm aiming to get it perfect, and most importantly, as light as possible...

Finished the electrics today, Everything is nice and tidy and also easily accessible once the tank's flipped off. Gonna weigh the bike tomorrow and see where I am with it. Hopefully when the Ohlins TTX is fitted that will save a fair few grammes off stock, does anyone know what the comparison is like?

The only thing now left to do is to get some upgraded fork internals at some point in the close future to match the rear shock. Long term though I want to get some Brembo's and some lightweight wheels, but this will be a loooong way off as the bike fund is running pretttty dry now!



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So here she is all finished up today, awaiting the new Ohlins... Thought you might like to see the Ten Kate subframe fitted with the bodywork on. I hope you like it!





Also a li'l sound clip for you, not sure if this is gonna work but here goes:



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Nice bike..

If I had to choose what mod I like the best it would have to be the full system.. Whats the damage for one of them?

According to the other halfs kitchen scales the TTX is about 2.8 kgs and the stock shock is around 2.5 kgs.. so sadly its not looking good for a weight saving.

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Thanks for the comment and the heads up on the shock weight. I think the exhaust retails here at about 1200GBP not sure what that equates to in US$...

I weighed the bike today and with all my mods it's come out at a very respectable 153kg fully wet. I'm well chuffed with that!

I've just thought, I need to get the bike dyno'd soon!



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I want one of those Arrow GP style exhausts.

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I cant help but stopping to look at every picture in this thread every day when I log on. This is one of the nicest 600RR's that I have ever seen.

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