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Old Apr 4th 2013, 04:01 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by FrostyFire View Post
Transnone13, sorry about those $3 stickers destroy your $30,000 bike.
To each their own. That's why they're stickers, easily removed if I feel like it.
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Old Apr 4th 2013, 04:02 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by No Trellis View Post
Red Dawn... What parts did you replace during the rebuild? Thx
Motor was blueprinted. We had brand new stuff that was never fired replaced, but it is under Superstock rules. No major replacement of things, but he did some head work within rules and thinner head gaskets along with the blueprinting. TJ removed everything that was not needed also. Relocated the kill switch to where the key used to be. Toggle switch for ignition switch. Looking at some other things like map selection switch replacement. I like the CNC machined switches out there, but TJ will probably find a location inboard and away from the clip-ons. Which I would prefer.

Looking to Rexxer (Contact Dave at Redline) to get some custom mapping that hasn't really been done before. Dave and the boys are getting some cool stuff done for us and we are trying a few things. They've been awesome.

Of course, we have the typical race bolt-ons. The parts list is as follows:

Started with 2012 1199 STANDARD model...

-DP Race Seat
-DP Carbon Fiber Front Fender
-Armor Race Bodywork
-Woodcraft Rearsets
-Woodcraft Clip-ons
-Woodcraft Case Cover
-DP Folding Levers
-Full Termi system
-DP GPS unit
-DP Race Windscreen
-Ohlins TTX rear (Carr Moto)
-Ohlins 30mm Cartridges (Carr Moto)
-DP Gas Cap
-Race Air Filter (I cannot remember the brand, but has red aluminum cage if that helps know. They have a street and race version. We have the race of course)
-Speigler Brake Lines

Just haven't decided on color yet. Thinking WSBK style red and white, but am really fond of gloss black as the last few race bikes have had gloss black and I think it will make the lines stand out on the 1199. Plus, everyone does red which is really cool, but I want badass as well as beautiful. It's a great build and with someone like TJ doing it, I want him to be proud beyond the build.
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Old Apr 4th 2013, 04:27 AM   #23
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Got the radiator mounted and TJ cleaned up the wiring to make it less like a tangled mess. It is amazing when sitting next to another 1199 with fairings off... It's this level of detail that I am so impressed by. He just cannot cut corners and I respect and appreciate that.

Note the beautiful job of safety wiring. I couldn't have done it better and I am VERY particular on my wiring. There isn't going to be a race org that finds something missing in terms of wired. TJ is so thorough that I will probably be seen at tech and just waved to go on by.




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Old Apr 4th 2013, 04:33 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by TransNone13 View Post
To each their own. That's why they're stickers, easily removed if I feel like it.
+1 - if I saw you coming with those stickers plus the "FEAR THIS" stickers and the naked lady silhouettes you have on the other side of the bike I'd prob run the other direction. Especially when you dismounted and removed your mohawk helmet and your jacket and I saw your collection of tribal tats, sagging jeans, two sizes too small wifebeater t-shirt and blowout hairdo.
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Old Apr 4th 2013, 05:03 AM   #25
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I put a new windshield on mine last night. Pretty sure it's faster now.
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Old Apr 4th 2013, 05:47 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by Red Dawn View Post

Note the beautiful job of safety wiring. I couldn't have done it better and I am VERY particular on my wiring. There isn't going to be a race org that finds something missing in terms of wired. TJ is so thorough that I will probably be seen at tech and just waved to go on by.
can you post some more detailed pics of the wiring?

many thanks!
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Old Apr 4th 2013, 06:17 AM   #27
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Originally Posted by Red Dawn View Post
Motor was blueprinted. We had brand new stuff that was never fired replaced, but it is under Superstock rules. No major replacement of things, but he did some head work within rules and thinner head gaskets along with the blueprinting. TJ removed everything that was not needed also. Relocated the kill switch to where the key used to be. Toggle switch for ignition switch. Looking at some other things like map selection switch replacement. I like the CNC machined switches out there, but TJ will probably find a location inboard and away from the clip-ons. Which I would prefer.

Looking to Rexxer (Contact Dave at Redline) to get some custom mapping that hasn't really been done before. Dave and the boys are getting some cool stuff done for us and we are trying a few things. They've been awesome.

Of course, we have the typical race bolt-ons. The parts list is as follows:

Started with 2012 1199 STANDARD model...

-DP Race Seat
-DP Carbon Fiber Front Fender
-Armor Race Bodywork
-Woodcraft Rearsets
-Woodcraft Clip-ons
-Woodcraft Case Cover
-DP Folding Levers
-Full Termi system
-DP GPS unit
-DP Race Windscreen
-Ohlins TTX rear (Carr Moto)
-Ohlins 30mm Cartridges (Carr Moto)
-DP Gas Cap
-Race Air Filter (I cannot remember the brand, but has red aluminum cage if that helps know. They have a street and race version. We have the race of course)
-Speigler Brake Lines

Just haven't decided on color yet. Thinking WSBK style red and white, but am really fond of gloss black as the last few race bikes have had gloss black and I think it will make the lines stand out on the 1199. Plus, everyone does red which is really cool, but I want badass as well as beautiful. It's a great build and with someone like TJ doing it, I want him to be proud beyond the build.
In the process of blueprinting, did some of the bluing spill on the engine, or is that your white balance screwed up? Did you have to make many changes after the blueprinting? And did you cc the heads? Or is that not important with only 2.
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Old Apr 4th 2013, 07:01 AM   #28
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Very nice build!


TransNone - Have any more pictures?
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Old Apr 4th 2013, 07:05 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by TransNone13 View Post
I'll get better pictures in the AM:

Lightech Parts:

Mag Levers
GP Rearsets w/ CF Guards
Bar Ends
Mirror Block Offs
Fender Eliminator
Front Axle Slider
Brake/Clutch Res. Caps
Gas Cap

DP :

Race Seat
Rear Hugger
Key Cover
Shock Cover

Rascal Grafiks Tank Pad
Domino GP DD Grips
PUIG Light Smoke Race Screen
CNC 28mm Clutch Slave
DID 520 EVR3
AFAM QC Carrier
AFAM Steel Front Sprocket
AFAM Al 41T Sprocket
Michelin Power CUP Tires
Corse Res Socks lol
CD Shift Rod
CD Smog Plates
BMC Race Filter
Full Termi w/ CF Lower Infil (on the way)
COX radiator Guard
GB Racing Case Sliders
DC Outlet for GoPro/Cell

Thants not how you spell SEDUCTIVE! hahaha
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Old Apr 4th 2013, 07:06 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by Capt CF View Post
+1 - if I saw you coming with those stickers plus the "FEAR THIS" stickers and the naked lady silhouettes you have on the other side of the bike I'd prob run the other direction. Especially when you dismounted and removed your mohawk helmet and your jacket and I saw your collection of tribal tats, sagging jeans, two sizes too small wifebeater t-shirt and blowout hairdo.
+2 Trans you goon!
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