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The Rebuild So Far

Discussion in 'General' started by Anonymous, Dec 12, 2009.

  1. Anonymous

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    Well being new to here I thought I'd share with you guy's what I've been up-to since I took my 675 off the road for winter. Winter came a bit early after loosing my number plate and a bell mouth breaking so I've been in the strip build mode since mid October.

    List of mods so far:

    Engine
    Flapper Valve completely removed
    Air Box foil coated to reflect heat away
    DNA High flow filter
    Kit Bell Mouths
    NGK CR10EiX plugs
    Cat Removed
    Mid section pipe wrapped in heat bandage
    Micron Ti Slip on exhaust
    Translogic Quick Shifter
    SJS Silicone Hoses
    Fan Removed
    Header Tank Removed
    SAi Blanking kit
    TuneBoy & Custom Map
    1050 Throttle Tube
    Carbon Engine Covers

    Chassis
    BST Carbon Wheels
    Braking Wave Wavey Disks F&R
    Ti Bolts holding disks on
    Brembo Race Compound Pads
    Carbon Front Fender
    Renthal Bars
    Renthal Grips
    Pazzo Two Finger Levers
    Puig Screen
    Motographix Number Boards
    Carbon In-fill Panels
    Screw Filler Cap
    Sprint Steering Damper
    Reworked Front Forks
    Nitron Full Race Spec Rear Shock with Remote Preload Adjuster
    Renthal Front 15T Sprocket
    Talon Rear 48T Sprocket
    Tsubaki 525 Chain
    T3 Racing Reasets
    Carbon Hugger
    Carbon Heat Shield
    Home Made Front Chain Guard
    R&G Shark Fin
    Ti bolts in engine cases and various other areas
    Ti Pre-Load Adjusters on Forks
    Giles Chain Adjusters
    Giles Paddock Stand Adaptors
    Giles Ti Rear Axle Nut
    Various Parts Anodized

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  2. D41

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    WOW! - Impressive!!

    ....You should add "bottomless wallet" to your list! :lol:
     
  3. Anonymous

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    Hello mate,

    Had a slurp tonight and hope this comes out ok but…

    Is all this work for racing, track, show or simply appearances as you are going to extremes to reduce weight on a bike that is pretty slim to begin with?
     
  4. Anonymous

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    There is madness in my method lol
    I'm building the bike to have a crack at a lap record somewhere, not telling where yet as I have to do a deal to secure the rider. I'll give you a clue, the record is currently held by a liteweight GSXR600.
    Plus I love making the bike I designed better.
     
  5. Rowly

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    Would this be the said record breaking Gixer600 SiW rode by Andy Path at the Nurburgring 7.17 ????
     
  6. Are you saying you designed the Daytona 675?
     
  7. Are you going for Cadwell SiW? The 675 seems to have an advantage there.

    PS Look beautiful. Think I'll have to give mine a clean now. I like the hoses.

    PPS Kit alternator would give you a couple of easy horses. What's it putting out at the moment?
     
  8. Edski675

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    Even if I had the £, the technical skill department is also a bit lacking :roll:

    Your bike looks fantastic. Really impressive.
     
  9. Anonymous

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    She's kicked out 112 at the back wheel last year, the engine spiked at 114 for some reason!
    Got a few more mods to do then back on the Dyno for final figures.
    If I go down the route of a liteweight battery then I may go for a kit alternator as well. I'm out if work after christmas so spending will have to stop :-(
     
  10. Anonymous

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    How about getting a skinny 7 stone teenage prodigy and save a packet on weight saving :lol:
     

  11. Like he said?
     
  12. Are you sure it was only that at the back wheel, I would have thought all those mods would have made it more than that.
     
  13. henrymc

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    I would think that SiW is talking about his bike's bhp as standard Godzilla.

    Sounds like you have put a lot of thought into your modifications SiW.
    Good luck mate and keep us informed with your progress.
     
  14. Anonymous

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    I worked for Triumph Designs back in 1996 if you want to find out where the original idea's came from then ask Johhny Bloor, Steve Sawford or Tony Dwyer ;)
     
  15. Wowza Siw,
    You must be a proud Dad.
     

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