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Old Dec 16th 2018, 08:55 AM   #31
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Had hoped it may have possibly been some sort of aftermarket proximity keyless option similar to mts, retaining a little security without having to dismantle.
This and the bsd would be too risky an option to have on such a valuable bike in a euro trackday/race paddock. (Wish that wasn't the case).
Wow thefts at track that bad over there?
Thereís always someone around in our pits.
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Old Dec 16th 2018, 09:07 AM   #32
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Always a possibility when you are there for 2-3 days and the bikes are regularly unattended in tents or garages.
There never seems to be any control of people on site, with random public having access to all areas at all hours.
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Old Dec 16th 2018, 09:30 AM   #33
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Always a possibility when you are there for 2-3 days and the bikes are regularly unattended in tents or garages.
There never seems to be any control of people on site, with random public having access to all areas at all hours.
We are always pitted amongst friends. But we also bring thick cables to lock up the bikes if needed. I sleep right beside my bike. Iíd be more worried about staying at a hotel somewhere.

The key is easily removable from the sensor if needed depending where you route the harness. Itís just zip tied to it.
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Old Dec 16th 2018, 09:33 AM   #34
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How much cable do you get? Enough to take it back to the seat hump so you can do easy key removal without removing fairing panels etc?
My bike is totally stripped for the winter maintenance, so now would be a great time to do something like this, if it remains relatively user friendly.
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How much cable do you get? Enough to take it back to the seat hump so you can do easy key removal without removing fairing panels etc?
My bike is totally stripped for the winter maintenance, so now would be a great time to do something like this, if it remains relatively user friendly.
My cables run up front in my nose fairing with the rest of the bikes harness. I don’t run inner panels with the track bodywork. But Apex Racing Development made mine to order. If you get ahold of them I’m sure they would make it longer to do what you want. It’s been a pleasure dealing with them.

Here’s his email
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Those rearsets are very nice. how the hell did you get hold of a set?
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Old Dec 17th 2018, 06:31 PM   #38
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Those rearsets are very nice. how the hell did you get hold of a set?
I was lucky that an unnamed individual offered them to me. Straight out of the extra parts bin. Hadnít been installed.
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Last mods for this winter was just putting the bike back together and taking a few pics and enjoying looking at her. Ready for track season. Canít wait.


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Very nice build. You have great taste and it shows it in the parts you are selecting.

Curious to how it rides with the Fullsix pieces on it, you're gonna have even more of a blast at the track!
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