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I ordered an Arata..

After all the reading, and research until my eyes got red, in the end, my pick for exhaust for my 06 CBR600rr was between the Hama, and the Arata.. The Arata even cost a little more.. I picked the Arata, full system in Matt Black. With a USB Power Commander.. Should have it all on, and dynoed in a week.

This bike will be race and track only..
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hey oldtimer post a before & after the install pics of the exhaust ok? :01_thumbu:


2003 CBR 600RR JDM
HRC ECU AMA spec
HRC radiator
Electrex World race alternator
WP 4618 rear shock
WP 1508 steering damper
Ohlins 9.0N fork springs
Overrev tuned fork cartridges
Akrapovic Evo Carbon FS
Dynojet PCV WB2 POD300
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thats a great exhaust, i am sure you will be pleased with the results.
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I went with the hama and i'm in love with it. Def. post some before and after pics.
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hey oldtimer post a before & after the install pics of the exhaust ok? :01_thumbu:
Cool man, the old timer is throwing a lot of junk on at one time!! Because time ain't on my side..:)

Right at this moment the bike is completely stock. However, this is going to happen all at once, no interruptions. In the course of the next two to three weeks from now the bike is going to go from completely stock to completley full race, repsol paint and all.

I think I have a some stock pictures, but will take some more when I take it in. Will post some before and after dyno results too.

Sharkskins are in, Penske shock coming, Arata coming, Scotts damper here, Sato rearsets here, CRG levers here, Tri metal sprocket, EVR3 520 chain here, race tech revalve/respring forks parts here. Might have missed something, race tires and tire warmers. She is going from stock to full race.. I am going to bling pass them on the race track..:)

Life began at 65 for me..:)
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Great choice. You will love it.
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Great choice. You will love it.
This thing is going to make me fast!!
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This thing is going to make me fast!!
and sound good too. haha
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hey throw some of that leftover stuff my way i can use some spares for my bike. ;) :D


2003 CBR 600RR JDM
HRC ECU AMA spec
HRC radiator
Electrex World race alternator
WP 4618 rear shock
WP 1508 steering damper
Ohlins 9.0N fork springs
Overrev tuned fork cartridges
Akrapovic Evo Carbon FS
Dynojet PCV WB2 POD300
BMC race air filter
AFAM 15/47 sprockets
DID VX2 520 gold chain
Brembo 19RCS MC
HEL brakelines
Euro Racing riser plates & lever
HM Plus quickshifter
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BST CF wheels
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hey throw some of that leftover stuff my way i can use some spares for my bike. ;) :D
The 600rr is raping me for dough!! :( The only reason I am going all out on this project, because at my age, this might be my last hurray at new race bike. So, I am going to make it a good one.

With that said, this thing is raping me good!! :).. Most likely when I get it all together I am going to sell all the OEM stuff to lighten some of the load..

Will post up when I finish.
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yeah! if you're going down then at least go down in a blaze of glory!

get HRC stuff for your bike & turn it into an WSS/FX spec race bike, does the class allow increased displacement or not?


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HRC ECU AMA spec
HRC radiator
Electrex World race alternator
WP 4618 rear shock
WP 1508 steering damper
Ohlins 9.0N fork springs
Overrev tuned fork cartridges
Akrapovic Evo Carbon FS
Dynojet PCV WB2 POD300
BMC race air filter
AFAM 15/47 sprockets
DID VX2 520 gold chain
Brembo 19RCS MC
HEL brakelines
Euro Racing riser plates & lever
HM Plus quickshifter
EVR CTS slipper clutch
BST CF wheels
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