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post #1 of 296 Old 10-01-2010, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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Full Carbon 08 ZX10R

Ok figured I'd make a new thread on this as there's just a ton of crap in my build thread, they will be linked for those who care. Will post a build sheet here of what was done to the best of my knowledge. She's done for now, yes its ridiculously fast, and yes you can ride it with a huge ass deposit.

Practically everything was bought from Oppracing

Parts List:

Bodywork/Lighting/Accessories

Carbon Fiber:
Macmoto: Upper, lower, SBK tail, anti-draft, frame and swing arm covers(clear coated by HK)
Akrapovic: front fender, rear fender, chain guard, tank panels

Custom foam seat

ETI fuel cell Carbon Wrapped(thanks HK!) 20 liters (with gas tank foam)

Zero Gravity Corsa windscreen

Maddog Fender eliminator

Greg's turn signal block off plates

CRG 3" full pivot bar end mirrors

Lightech engine and fairing bolts aluminum

Lightech rear axle nuts and swing arm pivot nut

Lightech frame sliders

Lightech swing arm spools

Lightech chain adjusters

Lightech brake reservoir caps front and rear

Lightech oil cap

Stomp Grips clear

Dzus fasteners

Lightweight Battery (2011 addtion second attempt lol)

Cox Radiation Guard (2011 addition)

Akrapovic exhaust hanger(winter 2011 addition)

Suspension

Ohlins Road&Track Forks FGRT804 (2011 addition)

Ohlins TTX36 Rear Shock TTXKA788 (2011 addition)

Ohlins SD-021 Damper

Lightech preload adjusters

Engine/Exhaust Related

Full Akrapovic TI cz conical exhaust

Woodcraft engine covers left and right

power commander 5 with auto-tune

Ivan servo eliminator

smog block off plates

K&N Street filter

Samco Hose kit

Brakes

spiegler ss brake lines front and rear

Brembo 19x20 Billet Radial Master Cylinder with folding standard lever, titanium bolts

Brembo HP GP4-RX Calipers with sintered pads 310 Discs

Titanium Caliper bolts (2011 addition)

Controls Hand/Feet

Lightech clip-ons with 20mm raise, titanium bolts (2011 addition)

Lightech folding cable clutch perch assembly, titanium bolts.

Lightech SBK rearsets with folding pegs and carbon heel guards

Kawasaki Kit Throttle, Titanium bolts (2011 addition)









Special thanks go out to HK, Patrick, Tim, anybody else at oppracing that worked on it that I'm not aware of and the members of ZX-10R.net who helped me decide on parts and stuff.

Build Thread I can rebuild it and yes it will cost alot of money

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On the Dyno


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post #2 of 296 Old 10-01-2010, 07:57 PM
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Sexy machine there.
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nice mate. good to see you have it back finally!

what are your crash knobs? are they no cut?
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drooling...

You aint kidden.. BEAUTIFULL!! (can't spell)

How much weight did you drop from stock? I'm curious what you did to drop the weight and what types of mods you got there... Don't tell me you drilled the frame.
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I forget, how much does it weigh?

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I think it says in his sig 396lb with half tank of gas?

How is that superbike tail and foam seat treating you?

"The ZX-10R is capable of being perfectly docile and tractable, but few men are capable of resisting its ever-present voice urging them to just twist it and see what happens."
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post #7 of 296 Old 10-01-2010, 08:37 PM
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Glad to hear you are liking the final result.
Looking forward to taking it to the next level this coming year.

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nice mate. good to see you have it back finally!

what are your crash knobs? are they no cut?
Lightech, they saved my 6r a ton of hurt on my last trackday. generall they are cut on one side, left side on the 10r and 6r, it's a strong mounting point.

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drooling...

You aint kidden.. BEAUTIFULL!! (can't spell)

How much weight did you drop from stock? I'm curious what you did to drop the weight and what types of mods you got there... Don't tell me you drilled the frame.
something like 60 pounds I don't have a hard number yet.

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How is that superbike tail and foam seat treating you?
foam is a little more comfortable but more importantly I wont slide anymore. It's not built for comfort.

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