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post #1 of 35 Old 01-25-2013, 11:35 PM Thread Starter
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My ZX10R Build

Hey Guys,

Only relatively new to the forum and thought I would share what I have been doing with my girl since I got her back in October.

Here she is as I picked her up on the first day and already had some sweet mods:


Ohlins Steering Damper & Rizoma Brake Res.
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ASV Levers, Rad Guard and Full M4 Exhaust System



Yoshi R77 Muffler, and Rizoma Rear Brake Res. (Currently have the M4 Muffler fitted up)



Power Commander V & Quick Shifter





Revalved and Sprung Suspension which Inludes an Eibach 550lb Racing Spring



Geelong Carbon Craft Full Tank Protector



Supersprox Sprocket Kit. -1 Front +2 Rear



Secondary Butterflies Removed



Ported & Polished



With the Yoshi Fitted



Well the fist thing I did was fit up the full M4 System.





Then it was time to order a few personal touches (Decals, Fender Eliminator, Intergrated Tail Light, Front Turn Signal Mod, Rearsets, Braided Lines plus some other bits and a bucket load of Carbon Fibre)












































Then it all slowly started to arrive











After much consideration I came to the conclusion that mirrors are bad.

So off they came to be replaced with some flush mount indicators.







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Then it was onto the Carbon Fibre

Carbon Fibre Front Guard



Carbon Fibre Rear Hugger



Carbon Fibre Tail Section



Carbon Fibre Side Panels, Tail Section and Stomp Grips



Got my rear sets fitted up and also started appying my rim tape





Fitted up the Driven 1/4 Turn Fuel Cap



And recieved the Carbon Fibre Belly Pan, Chain Guard & Front Nose / Intake.




Had my suspension set up by Dave Moss on his recent trip down to OZ.



Stripped her down for a service, (Fresh Motul and Filter)



Then proceeded to install the Carbon Fibre Nose / Intake.

All installed



And back together ready to rock and roll, with a fresh lick of paint on the M4 Can.




Current List of Mods:



-1/+2 Supersprox



Braided Lines Front & Rear



Carbon Fibre Air Intake / Nose



Carbon Fibre Belly Pan



Carbon Fibre Chain Guard



Carbon Fibre Front Guard



Carbon Fibre GCC Tank Protector



Carbon Fibre Rear Hugger



Carbon Fibre Side V-Panels



Carbon Fibre Sprocket Cover



Carbon Fibre Tail



Carbon Fibre Tank Panels



Driven Gas Cap



Eibach 550lb Rear Spring



Evotech Crash Bobbins



Full M4 System



Gold ASV Lever



Gold Axle Blocks



Gold Bar Ends



Gold Valter Moto Components Oil Cap



Gold Pickup Spools



Gold Sato Rearsets



HID's



Higher Compression via a thinner head gasket



Intergrated Tail Light



Mirror Removal and Flush Mount Indicators



Modified Rear Fender



Orange Rim Tape



Ported & Polished Head



Revalved & Resprung Forks and Shock



Revalved Ohlins Steering Damper



Ricks Motorsport HD Stator



Rizoma Fluid Res Front & Rear



Sponsor Decals



Stomp Grips



Tinted Screen



Possibly other shit I've forgot about.








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nice work

Done did it
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Nice!
Cheers fellas.

Next on my list are some frame sliders, engine case protectors, and maybe a pro bolt ti fastner kit for the bike.
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Migrating from the R1 forum eh?

haha, nice bike man

"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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That Orange I have never seen, that looks awesome!!!
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and maybe a pro bolt ti fastner kit for the bike.

That's the biggest waste of money right there...Better get a set of wheels

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Come on ti bolts are pimp-istic

They will last forever too.

"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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