Got a 2007 zx10r. Would it make a OK track bike? - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #1 of 4 Old 02-22-2018, 11:39 PM Thread Starter
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Got a 2007 zx10r. Would it make a OK track bike?

Taking opinion's and suggestions for my 07 zx10r. I wanna track this bike this season in April. Bike is pretty much stock with a 2 brothers slip on. Any good upgrades for the track besides the crap brake system??
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Depends on your $$ budget....I would say you need a good shock and at least the front forks resprung for your weight.
Also -1 / +2 rear.
That's the bare minimum.
Depends also how many track days a year you're planning.

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What this guy said! Brake caliper upgrade on the front, suspension upgrade for the rear, good tires, and get some seat time on it! The gearing is a good option to depending on what you're looking for in track times and the type of track. Go for it!
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Not much, planning on three track days this season with this 07 zx10r specifically bought to track. Just wanna practice on my turns and lap time. I'm not putting frame sliders on this bike, is that a good idea tho?
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