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My first track day is next month, and so I'm looking into frame sliders. I would appreciate suggestions and any special things I should consider regarding the sliders.

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try http://www.inturace.com/default.htm

Is the 2000 R1 fuelenjected???

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Thanks, I'll check that out.

No the 2000 model R1 is not fuel injected. I like it that way too.



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jason,

intuitive makes a sweet kit for the r1. comes in black or white.

my friend has their kit on his 99. they protect a lot of stuff.

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There are a couple of versions floating around: 1) street type that does not require drilling the body work on the right side; and 2) race type that does require drilling the body work. I've not heard good things about the first. Mainly that they only work in a low speed SLIDE. Not even in a parking lot tip over. This is because the grade 8 bolt is replaced with a grade 6, and tend to snap off on impact. Also remember on the Y2K R1, Yamaha went to great pains selecting frame bolts and torqueing them to very specific tolerances compared ot the '98-'99.

Intuitive, also make bar end sliders.

Cheers

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[This message has been edited by dulci (edited August 12, 2000).]
 
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