Gen6 zx10r H2R killer build - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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Gen6 zx10r H2R killer build

Going to start working on my new project, Gen1 zx10r. Goal is simple, make it as fast as possible. It's going to be combination of gen1+gen2+gen3 parts..................aka Gen6.

I am starting with a gen1........... time to make it fly.



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First thing to go were gen1 forks, gen1 wheels, gen1 bodywork, gen1 exhaust. Gen2 forks are in, gen3 wheels are on as well, lowering links are on, and stock clutch is about to go as well.
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Looking forward to watching this build! Just out of curiosity, why gen 2 forks over gen 1?
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Stock clutch is getting replaced by something that won't fail, or at least will take more punishment before it breaks. Because I'd hate to have a stock basket break and ruin the engine.
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Looking forward to watching this build! Just out of curiosity, why gen 2 forks over gen 1?
Gen2 forks are less prone to flex and leak and I really just wanted to be able to use gen2-3 wheels all the way around, they're much easier to find if this one gets damaged.
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Here are the pic of stock basket, stock basket with big rivets, and billet basket with big rivets. All the work was done by Tyler Woolsey, he's on here, thanks again mang.
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Looking good! I can recommend on the STM slipper clutch for the inner basket... the change is massive! I couldn't believe how big of a change it was when I changed it on My gen 1 project.
And even though no one can see it it still looks awesome!
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Looking good! I can recommend on the STM slipper clutch for the inner basket... the change is massive! I couldn't believe how big of a change it was when I changed it on My gen 1 project.
And even though no one can see it it still looks awesome!
The parts that you can't see usually make all the difference.
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