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Old July 12th, 2014, 12:54 PM   #1
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Racebike build mod list

So I finally got around to making a full list of all the stuff done to my bike, enjoy!

--Engine:
'09 with Stock internals and airbox as required by rules
Area P high flow race system with 18" carbon can
BMC Air Filter
Dynojet needles, factory Keihin jets
KG Factory Kevlar clutch plates, OEM steels
Kreiger manual cam chain tensioner
NGK CR8EK spark plugs
PSR smog block off plate
Radiator fan removed
Thermostat removed
Thermoswitch replaced with plug
Aluminum magnetic drain plugs
Motorex Crosspower 4t 10w50


--Suspension, Drive and Brakes:
Ohlins shock w/ carbon reservoir bracket
Titanium shock mount bolts, KTM leftovers
Race Tech cartridge emulators
Race Tech .80 fork springs
Motorex 15wt fork oil
All Balls tapered roller steering head bearings
SSR adjustable preload fork caps
Braking SK2 floating front rotor
Galfer direct thread-into-the-caliper front brake line
Galfer steel rear brake line
Aluminum banjo bolts
EBC HH pads
Motul RBF brake fluid
Captive rear brake hanger mod
"Oaksterdam" rear rotor, thanks rojoracing53!
Graves rear brake lever return spring kit
Driven sprockets 14-42
Regina chain


--Chassis and Controls:
Woodcraft clipons
Renthal road race grips 32mm
Woodcraft rearsets
Yamaha TW200 shift lever
G2 Ergonomics perch spacer for front master cyl
Cycle Pirates billet race throttle kit
CRG Roll-a-Click knockoff levers
KTM Powerparts front brake lever guard
Media blasted clutch perch
ZETA rotating perch clamp on master cyl
Yoshimura aluminum stem bolt
SSR race fuel cap
Orange powdercoated frame
Shogun framesliders
Custom adjustable steering stop bolts
Custom in house made ultra light fairing bracket
Hotbodies bodywork and windscreen
Motoseat seat cover
Worldwide ceramic wheel bearings
Custom shortened choke cable, near carbs now


--Electrics:
Trail Tech Stealth Vapor gauge with all functions active
Custom in house made carbon dash panel
Custom oil pressure warning lamp
Custom in house made race wire harness
Toggle ignition switch
Shorai battery
K&S start/stop/run switch

Race team facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TeamTreeTrees
Build video link: http://youtu.be/FyJBYJz5SSQ?t=29s
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Old July 14th, 2014, 10:23 AM   #2
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Old July 22nd, 2014, 02:16 AM   #3
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That thing is ludicrous.
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Old July 22nd, 2014, 07:48 AM   #4
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That thing is ludicrous.
What he said. I don't think some of those mods are legal in the classes I'm racing, but I'd love to compare that to my mostly stock bike for the difference in feel!

I haven't even re-jetted mine yet...
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Old July 24th, 2014, 10:27 AM   #5
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That is beautiful. brb need new panties
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Old July 24th, 2014, 11:41 AM   #6
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whats your thoughts on the ceramic wheel bearings
Dunno, I guess I don't notice a whole lot of difference compared to my other pit buddies with out them. Then again the only comparison I have is spinning it with my hand on the stands. I think there is way more to gain by lowering chain and brake friction first.
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Old July 24th, 2014, 06:27 PM   #8
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^^^ cool, thanks for the honest info
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