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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-08-2005, 09:29 AM Thread Starter
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Hello, Pics my Heavy Moded RR

Brand new here, thought I'd say hi and introduce myslef and my bike.

99 900rr. Yosh Full exhaust, Combustion chambers reworked & polished, Ported head & flowed, Back cut valves , erion cams, Keihin 41mm flat slides, 945cc's. Full House of color kolor candy paint. Everything chrome/polish. All this and she runs like a TOP..typical HONDA.....Hope you like!





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sorry, you should be able to see the pics now
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post #5 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-10-2005, 06:12 AM
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Ya seen one chromed out bike ya seen'em all...

BMC Race Filters
Galfer Brake Lines
Brembo 19x18 Master Cylinder
Case Covers by Billettech
HRC ECU with no rev limit
Flapper Valve removed
HRC Linkage
PCIII USB Powercommander / custom map
Ohlins Forks with Superbike valving
Ohlins Steering Damper
Ohlins Shock custom valved
PAIR Mod
Rear M/C Reservoir mod
Rear Rotor & Caliper Bracket lightened
Sato Exhaust
Sato Rearsets
Sato Riser 50mm Clip-ons
Shock Bearing
15/42 AFAM Sprockets
Titanium Shock Spring
& the motor work is the least important work done for me, the bike was already faster than the stock suspension could deal with



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& the motor work is the least important work done for me, the bike was already faster than the stock suspension could deal with

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nice bike Duckhunter....just curious as to what you had done to the engine and what type of power your pushing. I can't imagine having a bike that powerful on the track. I'm just starting to get into road racing...a buddy of mine and i just picked up a sv650s to dabble around the track with. I'm trying to get away from stunting and have been finding racing is alot less painful. At least so far anyway.

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Very nice bike hotstang4646. Did you do the paint yourself. I am currently working on finishing my 98 cbr900rr. I went with all yellow for my first paint job. Its taking longer than I expected but its almost done. Welcome to SBW, there is all the info you could need here and then some.
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Very nice bike hotstang4646. Did you do the paint yourself. I am currently working on finishing my 98 cbr900rr. I went with all yellow for my first paint job. Its taking longer than I expected but its almost done. Welcome to SBW, there is all the info you could need here and then some.

Had a buddy who custom paints cars who did the painting and helped me with prep work. The House of Kolor Kandies require specific spray patterns and more detailed work than just slapping it on....more than i am capable of basically.

what brand of paint/ shade of yellow are you going with?
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Any 1000RR motor with HC pistons/race cams/valve springs etc... can easily pump out 180-195rwhp with some proper tuning & an ECU that raises the rev-limit
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Had a buddy who custom paints cars who did the painting and helped me with prep work. The House of Kolor Kandies require specific spray patterns and more detailed work than just slapping it on....more than i am capable of basically.

what brand of paint/ shade of yellow are you going with?
I have heard that can be tricky. I am using paint called Hot Hues by Dupont. The color is Smooth Yellow. I am thinking it will look good after I apply sickers. If I dont like, I am thinking of maybe a blue with a tri stage paint. But will have to practice for that type of paint job.
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