Gen 4: 2011-2015 WTH I'll do my own track bike build..... - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #1 of 107 Old 01-04-2015, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
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WTH I'll do my own track bike build.....

Ok.
Turning the 10r into a full on race bike for the coming summer.

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dunlop gpa 211 medium compound
TSE suspension mods/tuning
Revalved damper
Tightails gauge mount and subframe
CRC fairings w/windscreen
EBC brake pads
45tf Race fairing brackets
45tf Regulator bracket
Ladybird slip on (tri-oval)
driven grips
Vortex 7 degree clip-ons
Leo Vince Fast 2 fuel/ignition system
Leo Vince Fast shift
1/5 Rifleman's insert
Venhill brake lines
GB case covers
Evotech radiator guard
Protek swingarm spools

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TSE suspension?

I'd go with the Guhl reflash or kit ecu over the LV stuff. You'll want to be able to adjust the TC.

GB covers. They're cheap, and work extremely well.
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Already have guhls flash
Got the case covers for xmas
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Trackside suspension and engineering - tse
Local shop in wisconsin
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Already have guhls flash
Got the case covers for xmas
Then why bother with the LV stuff?

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Are they installing components or just a setup?
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What's so special about the vortex 7 degree clip-ons? Over say Renthals ?

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So, I get a plus one for at least CHECKING the oil???!!!


oh, I did have to add distilled water to the reservoir as it was empty. Thought that odd as it was over full mark when brand new
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Lv can be tuned in a dyno this spring and supports the quickshifter; also got a real good deal on it. Guhls flash is great but the lv as s piggyback will dial it in perfectly
Had the forks serviced and doing something with the shock
A race shop I buy parts from got me a good deal on the vortexes
Nothing against rental just didn't want to ruin or replace stock parts
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just didn't want to ruin or replace stock parts
Elaborate please. This is of interest to me as I am getting ready to buy a set. What does the vortex offer that the Renthals don't?

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GB covers. They're cheap, and work extremely well.
Agreed, I would go this route over the CF covers just because they can withstand more sliding than the CF. My bike didn't slide down the road too far and my Yoshi case savers were ground down quite a bit. I don't want to think what could have happened if I didn't have them. The starter and timing cover need all the protection they can get if you are going to be doing spirited road riding (the loop) or trackdays/racing.

I'm actually considering upgrading my Yoshi savers for the GB in the near future.
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