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Thread: First track day bike setup: brakes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by csmutty View Post
    You and I both know you don't need a street bike. Seriously.
    Fact. Yet I miss having one so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olympus View Post
    would it make you happy if i told you i am actually looking at one?
    You want to buy mine?
    Quote Originally Posted by Dyno Solutions View Post
    Cars are tools and need to be reliable. Bikes are toys and need to be soulful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ///3oris View Post
    You want to buy mine?
    Tell me more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olympus View Post
    Tell me more
    Wow, I'm going to leave out a lot...

    2006 R6 w/Clean Title 6,600 miles
    Suspension: Ohlins TTX25 cartridges (w/extra springs which would work for your weight), Ohlins TTX shock
    Engine: Stock w/K&N filter & Hindle titanium exhaust; PCIII (I have a dynosheet from Dyno Solutions around somewhere)
    Steering: Scotts steering damper, All Ballz(?) or whatever it's called head bearing...
    Body: Sharkskinz bodywork, Zero Gravity screen, Vortex fuel cap, nice dent in the gas tank... it's a race bike, so it kind of looks like one...
    Also, Woodcraft covers all over, Woodcraft sliders, Woodcraft rearset, Woodcraft (I think) clipons...

    Drivetrain: 520 chain with Vortex sprockets... I have stock gearing and -1/+2 (I think)... bunch of stock components too, including stock Ohlins steering damper, stock keyed fuel cap, etc.

    Brakes: Stainless braided lines, Brembo radial master, EBC EPFA pads, Motul brake fluid, Vortex levers

    Again, I'm forgetting a bunch of stuff... that's the high-level and I can look up the specific parts if needed.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dyno Solutions View Post
    Cars are tools and need to be reliable. Bikes are toys and need to be soulful!

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    Had a blast, brakes were no issue, totally hooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justboosted02 View Post
    Had a blast, brakes were no issue, totally hooked.
    -Christian LRRS/CCS #856 ECK RacingGMD Computrack Boston | Pine Motorparts/PBE Specialists | Woodcraft | Street & Competition | OnTrack Media

    2011 Pit Bike Race CHAMPION!

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