Originally Posted by The Nam3less
did you put to resistors in to get rid of the error code with that block off plates? or did you leave to sensor on? what kind of plastics are those?
Yeah I put one of my resistors in there, no more FI light for me
Plastics are from "Wet 4 U Racing", which is an Australian company.
Over here they are one of the top local race glass manufactures (they provide all fairings for the Australian Kawasaki Superbike teams) and I'm all about using the local guys and for that they tend to help me out for promoting there products.
Makes getting fresh bits a bit quicker to, next day freight.
Originally Posted by Griffen
Those SC1 rear tire is super soft.. I was having trouble keeping it in 1 piece.. Don't you think the power on this bike will tear up the soft rubber of the SC1?
Depends are you talking SC1 in the SC's DOT tire or the slicks?
I used SC1 front and SC2 rear on the cut DOT tires but the heat ranges are different on the Superbike slicks.
Now I'm running the opposite in the slicks, SC2 front SC1 rear, that's what the recommendation is.
It seemed weird to me but is what my Pirelli rep told me to run and he knows his stuff!
I still checked the sight (me being me) and he was right.
Suss the optimum operating temps of the slicks below.
In saying that, have you run these tires? If so how'd you find them?
PS AussietenR - Thanks bud :)