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Old Apr 16th 2013, 11:18 AM   #91
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build cpntinues

all pics to be seen here as this system takes ages to upload..

1199 R R Roche - a set on Flickr


now waiting for the faring parts to arrive.. hope the oilbath form the fairing comes first so the termi s mufflers can go on quick ... want to hear it running and perhaps a dyno...
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Old Apr 16th 2013, 12:09 PM   #92
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whate are you showing in the second picture from the right? looks like a cable? or wireharness?
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Old Apr 16th 2013, 08:46 PM   #93
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Originally Posted by ducducgoose9987 View Post
whate are you showing in the second picture from the right? looks like a cable? or wireharness?
it s the wireharness that runs to the rear and holds the DDA line, BBX tcs/abs module and lights. it is held by the heatshield not to touch the cylinderhead.

bit of a pain to remove..
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Old Apr 17th 2013, 10:18 PM   #94
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must be boring you all by now but we go on .. this is what was done today:

remove the leftside heat shield ( had to remove the subframe!)
reroot the loom to make sure it won't burn on the cylinderhead..
install the Carbon subframe inserts
remove the tank to install the MW/R race airfilter

Pick up the brembo P2 34 billet rear caliper that got in from Italy!



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1199 R R Roche - a set on Flickr

the carbon guy just told me he won't be able to do the carbon fairing set, so ordered them from Ilmberger , germany. Project and timing back on track...
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Old Apr 18th 2013, 04:30 AM   #95
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In reference to the case cover replacement and frame sliders...

Most of us racers do not use frame sliders anymore. Some track day guys and street guys do and proclaim they save stuff. However, every crash that was a lowside that skid off the track had resulted in more damage due to the sliders grabbing than had they not been on there.

Of course, every crash is different and every crash cannot be used as "the same", but in the end, the sliders are a thing of the past for racers. Note the AMA Paddock, WSBK and top shelf race series paddocks. Hell, look at the regional club races and search for sliders... Most will not have them.

As for the case covers, I went with the Woodcraft. The idea that one, the case cover that is on there is not as sturdy and strong/abrasion resistant as the OEM one is why I replaced mine. Also, the Woodcraft ones have the replacement puck you can change out that really assists on the saving of the case cover itself and also helps in saving the other things to a degree like rearsets, etc...

The DP carbon cover is a nice touch and cool. You can also point out that the teams use them. But, when they crash, they replace everything so, it isn't an issue of cost. For a lowly budget racer like myself, it can mean additional costs to where I can safely assume that the Woodcraft piece will last through several crashes most likely. My experience has shown that they last through several and probably could go through more. That cost savings is why we replace them as well as the fact that it saves potential oil loss and internal damage that can occur in a crash on that side...
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Old Apr 24th 2013, 11:49 AM   #96
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another step forward

fitting all carbon fairings and bits before sending to the painter..

tank will be fitted tomorrow
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kope999R, I just want to remind you that you have too much money .
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Old Apr 24th 2013, 11:53 AM   #98
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Originally Posted by kope999R View Post
fitting all carbon fairings and bits before sending to the painter..

tank will be fitted tomorrow
Wow...Nice!!!!
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Old Apr 24th 2013, 12:07 PM   #99
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Is that a carbon fiber clip on?
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fitting all carbon fairings and bits before sending to the painter..

tank will be fitted tomorrow
Wow... I like where this is going...
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