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Old Jun 27th 2015, 12:58 AM   #11
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And that really sums up the entire effort, whatever one replaces. Awesome bike porn, regardless.
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Old Jun 27th 2015, 02:10 AM   #12
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The funny thing is that if I reach the target a 100% I'll loose maximum 3kg from the rear. But that's only a lousy 20% of unsprung weight and maybe around 13% of rotating, because the complete assembly including hub, spindle, rotor, caliper, wheel, tire and sprocket unit weights ~15-16kg

I'll definitely feel the loss of unsprung weight but I doubt that changes in gyroscopic effect will be that noticeable
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Old Jun 27th 2015, 02:13 AM   #13
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Infinitely better than spending that amount in carbon fibre fairings to lose weight, regardless.
Well done.
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Old Jun 27th 2015, 02:18 AM   #14
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The fairings will be carbon and hopefully the airbox and swingarm which is the major challenge for now
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Old Jun 27th 2015, 04:22 AM   #15
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Made these custom design Ti lambda plugs for the RS13 Termi exhaust


The plan for the brake/clutch lines with dry break staubli connectors.

I've decided to go with Fren Tubo carobotech.

The Robby Moto lower triple has a cutout at the bottom, which I decided to use to bolt on the custom splitter for front brake lines, which will make the lines going to calipers equal length and act as a radiator.


That's fantastic work
Wish I had some skills like that

Thanks for showing what you are doing
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Old Jun 27th 2015, 05:05 AM   #16
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Replacing the ignition lock with aluminium mounting posts for ignition cover. I'll compare the weight difference after anodizing.


Since there is no ignition lock and steering lock the new carbon cover was made. Same as MS Production one but without cutouts.

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Made these custom design Ti lambda plugs for the RS13 Termi exhaust


The plan for the brake/clutch lines with dry break staubli connectors.

I've decided to go with Fren Tubo carobotech.

The Robby Moto lower triple has a cutout at the bottom, which I decided to use to bolt on the custom splitter for front brake lines, which will make the lines going to calipers equal length and act as a radiator.


Cool that you go for Staubli (they are a few km from my home): Top products!
Sorry to see that your mechanic doesn't have the same flair for details (surface & deburring).
Can't wait to see your bike. Whick brake calipers and MCs did you decide for?
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The quality of the plugs is quite disappointing. I had to have them fast, if I find the better mechanic for the job I'll do them properly. But I'm really satisfied with how my design turned out in metal.

For the front end I'll be running:
Robby Moto triples
Ohlins FG670 forks
Brembo GP4 RR calipers
Brembo CNC masters
Sicom rotors

P.S. Once again thank you for the swingarm geometry Ti bolts - they are perfect

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Old Jun 27th 2015, 05:36 AM   #19
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The quality of the plugs is quite disappointing. I had to have them fast, if I find the better mechanic for the job I'll do them properly. But I'm really satisfied with how my design turned out in metal.

For the front end I'll be running:
Robby Moto triples
Ohlins FG670 forks
Brembo GP4 RR calipers
Brembo CNC masters
Sicom rotors

P.S. Once again thank for the swingarm geometry Ti bolts - they are perfect
This bike is going to be a real animal, congrats!!! Will you keep OEM electronics?
A couple month ago I was in contact with a geman company that built a Ti rear axel. But it seems to be very difficult and they where not really happy with the result

Is the NCR sprocket flange really lighter than Al models (e.g. AEM)? Okay, it's NCR, who doesn't love this brand
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For stage 1 I'm planning to upgrade the engine and electronics to 2015R spec and later decide on the future upgrades.

The NCR flange is Al so I think it's comparable in weight to competitors. I just like the NCR niploy finish which is a good match to nickel finish calipers.

The front Ti axle will be ready soon. We made the calculations to compensate the Ti fatigue issues. It will weight 175gr.

At the moment we are calculating the possibility to make the rear axle from Ti, the stock part weights 1640gr, so even loosing 300-500gr is a good result.
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