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Preparing for the CBR 600 circuit

Old 03-31-2014, 04:07 PM
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Very good at all, first apologize for my English is not too good and the time taken to write this post, but I have not had any time, and the little that was left free timepo used it on the bike.
After much suffering and change, I can say I have the machine ready to enter the circuit.
The bike without fairings buy it, at first tried to make the cowling through cardboard templates, but had a problem with the fiber and we are bummed the invention.
While looking for a fairing that was in a position, I changed the brake hoses, oil, fork seals, coolant, tires, and others until I found a fairing of a cbr f2 and I decided to adapt it to f1.
Truth be told, I struggled a lot, but I think the result was worth it.
It also cut the rear fender and front, and you change the exhaust for racing TAVI somewhat modified, hehehehe.

Now I have a few questions, the first as photo upload, not upload as if some kind soul offered to enlighten or to pass on private photos and upload it, I have no problem doing.
Second, I want to make several improvements to the bike, I have a rear shock a Suzuki GSXR 600, 2006, I had put on my old motorbike, Kawa z750 2007, and my question is if it could be installed on the bike without modification.
The third section would improve the front suspension, a suspension of any bike that can be easily adapted, even if you have to change the whole front end??
You can give the bike more chicha adapting some carbs?
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Old 04-05-2014, 03:20 AM
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Hello again!, As I said, the bike came in this way to my hands and little by little has changed ahasta final result, hope you like it, jejejejeje

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Looks fantastic. As for swapping the rear suspension - I am not too sure about that. There may be a shock from a later cbr 600 that works without significant modification, but don't expect something just to fit in.
Old 04-05-2014, 12:03 PM
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Old 09-19-2014, 11:15 AM
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Hi all again, after shooting several times a circuit, the feeling with the bike was fantastic.
I had to change the rear shock, it was a real pudding, I could adapt without much difficulty gsx600r rear shock.

The new problem is that the bike makes a small vacuum power between 5500 rpm and 6000 rpm, I guess it will be that there is some dirty jet, have been looking kit dynojet for cbr 600 f1, and only have stage 1 & 2 but not circuit as CBRf2, do you know of a kit or parts that would have to change so that similar effects arise at stage 7?

The front fork is very well behaved, but perhaps it would be better that I can make improvements? Regards very attentive.

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You can get any jet you could ever possibly want from jetsrus.com. Idle jet or main jet.

(At least that's what I think you're asking about)
Old 09-19-2014, 09:27 PM
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Hagon makes a rear shock. Check their website!
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