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post #41 of 271 (permalink) Old 02-23-2006, 05:22 AM
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What brand of rearsets are those?
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They are Sato's with custom heelguards. I also had them hard anodized.

*edit to add* Heelguards are from MRGRN (mark).


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More to come.


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Looks great man, good job
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post #45 of 271 (permalink) Old 02-27-2006, 03:19 AM
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Oooooo nice air filter setup. Mind if I copy you?

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What are you doing to the engine? just noticed the valve covers were off.
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post #47 of 271 (permalink) Old 04-01-2006, 11:55 PM Thread Starter
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Well, here is a pic from today. V6 Wheels and Dunlop Sportmax GP tires-

A big thanks to Scott (CBR400rr)!






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Sup Jay! Is that Thorstens internal rear brake set up I see????

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Hey buddy!

Yup. Thorsten brake, airbox, etc...

I really want to finish this thing already.


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post #50 of 271 (permalink) Old 04-02-2006, 08:58 AM
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great bike man!bike looks sexy with no exhaust.be cool if there was like a system like the new R6 etc
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post #51 of 271 (permalink) Old 04-02-2006, 04:50 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks Simon!

Couple more.





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no body builds race bikes like honda.as stock they are bit boring looking,but take of the stock crap and they become thoroughbred pure race machines(like your bike)that have a timeless look about them

the same with the rc30 and the cbr1000rr
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Obviously not a stock header so what is it?
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The header is a Hindle which has been coated with ceramic barrier.


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And a bit more-







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WOW! That puppy is looking great Eye-P. Tell me more about the internal rear brake set-up. That is muyo interesting. Also, that is the first time I have seen that brake master to clutch set-up. What do you have going there?
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Thanks WIM.

The rear brake is Thorsten's with an ISR caliper. The thing is tiny. I almost looks like a mountain bike caliper. Im using a CR250 M/C with modified Sato/Carbon rearsets.

The front brake adjuster is LightTech. It allows me to adjust lever travel during a race as the pads wear. For me its just bling, but I got it as part of a package.

Hows your shoulder feeling?


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very bling! looks very nice...lots of hard work there!! Hey, I noticed your damper mount over there on the left fork...where did you find that little trinket at?

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post #60 of 271 (permalink) Old 04-09-2006, 05:59 PM
 
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Awesome looking bike! I have the Thorsten rear caliper also and thought I'd let you know it's basically useless. I was pretty disappointed with it. I just try not to use it. Hope you get her finished soon. William
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