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LDH where did you get that pinch bolt resevior mount? thats just what i need. will it fit on RC triple?

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LDH where did you get that pinch bolt resevior mount? thats just what i need. will it fit on RC triple?

It will fit on any forward facing 8mm triple clamp bolt.

I've got a drawer full of them.


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My god that blue is sexy! Very nice work, I'm completely jealous.

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It will fit on any forward facing 8mm triple clamp bolt.

I've got a drawer full of them.
would you like to part with one?

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would you like to part with one?
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awesome build btw. the zx-10 is a bad ass bike. its in a league of its own compared to the rest of the japanese market.

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Zero problems on its shakedown run. No leaks, no loose wires, no real handling problems outside some basic geometry issues that will be pretty simple to sort out once I get to a track that is not 105° It was almost too hot to ride let alone wrench on bikes between sessions so the proper testing and set-up day will have to come at a track climate that is a little easier to work in.

All in all I am extremely happy with it, but I am a far cry from the lap times I was running the last time I was at Buttonwillow then again that might be a good thing



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The boys here in the Midwest (cra and ccs) are running these kawi's and cleaning up!

The cost of a stock unit brand new is incredible but throw a good/great rider and a few go fast parts at her and you've got a great season/s of podium finishes in front of you.

Good luck the rest of this year.


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Hey Mike,

Man she came out Friggin' BEAUTIFUL Mang.!

Wrenching in 105degs., screw that, I don't think I'd even be looking forward to riding in 105degs., never mind wrenching on her. LOL
I can't think there's much of anything fun to do in 105degs., except maybe swimming, surfing!

About your Lap Times I'm guessing you're talking about compared to your CBR?

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Zero problems on its shakedown run. No leaks, no loose wires, no real handling problems outside some basic geometry issues that will be pretty simple to sort out once I get to a track that is not 105° It was almost too hot to ride let alone wrench on bikes between sessions so the proper testing and set-up day will have to come at a track climate that is a little easier to work in.

All in all I am extremely happy with it, but I am a far cry from the lap times I was running the last time I was at Buttonwillow then again that might be a good thing

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Started a new project a week or so ago







Forks are off the bike about to get some serious love so I split the calipers, popped out the pistons and polished them to a mirror shine before installing new C60 race pads



Sitting in hurry up and wait mode for the new Spiegler lines which are on the way



New Catalyst Race Plastics should be here in a couple weeks


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YES!!!!
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NICE!!!

Hang around so we can see this thing come together.

I'm actually in the market for some Nissin 4-pot calipers (bandit 1200) that I plan to fit to my bike in place of the Tokico 6 pots.

SECTION8 FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Almost 15 years to the day... Good to see you back putting some love in the pig. I got 20 bucks again for you to put your old forum back up.

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Just happened to have a super linear titanium spring laying around in the exact 10.6Nm rate I needed for the RC51. How Fortuitous



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welcome back!!

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glad to see you back dude!...



killer hardware, BTW...

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More goodies are showing up and I think I will have this thing ready to roll in another 2-3 weeks




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I miss my RC51 but I have my new project that has been taking up all my money. Some day I may have one again.

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Another Cast Iron Full Floating Braketech Rear Rotor to match the one on the ZX-10R



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