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Thread: 2015 Yamaha R1 Track Prep (+ Weight info)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninja fruit View Post
    john, can you put nanny controls on my bike
    You have grampy controls already. Your throttle wrist is already restricted by your sense of self preservation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninja fruit View Post
    john, can you put nanny controls on my bike
    Please do.
    And remove the cop magnet while you're in there.

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    I am slow, Yev is completely incompetent, and you are an asshole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by csmutty View Post
    You have grampy controls already. Your throttle wrist is already restricted by your sense of self preservation.
    this not only a fact, its a super fact
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Kurtz View Post
    he's a social liability
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    Print this out and send it to the social security office as proof of a mental disability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyno Solutions View Post
    Your gonna poke yer eye out with that bike!!!!!
    Hah!

    I'll need to dyno it at some point for before/after and do some tuning. Will ping you offline

    Quote Originally Posted by Beinggodisgreat View Post
    Can I get that tail from ya? I need to throw some signals on the hawk!
    I'll search around, I may have another one for you from an older R1 that a friend gave me. If I still have it, it's yours. Don't feel like giving away any parts from this bike just yet.. sorry

    Quote Originally Posted by carsick View Post
    What does the bike weigh?
    Just shy of 440lbs wet/full of fuel according to Yamaha.

    Quote Originally Posted by marshdrummer View Post
    You know I'l be watching this thread closely lol...I was looking on the R1 forum, but not many people have taken it to this level yet. I did read about the battery drain issue though....
    Thanks Jay... I only read about the battery drain issue due to the CCU (GPS not shutting off?), but that's an R1M problem (apparently a flash fixes the problem). The CCU upgrade is available for the R1, but I don't know if anyone in the US has it yet.

    Is that the problem you're referring to or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Snowman View Post
    Why does it matter, it's a f**king liter bike with over 160 hp STOCK.
    No lie, I'm scared of this thing. First few days I'll be like Tony: short-shiftin' and double-clutchin'
    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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    Can't believe I forgot about the passenger footpegs this morning...

    ~1lb 4oz for both pegs






    Quick poll... which exhaust?
    1. Austin Racing GP1R Titanium - Lots of options, look extremely sexy and loud. Here's a video of it on the dyno: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyoziSbigTg
    2. NEW Graves R1 Motorsport Exhaust - Not released yet, no pricing and little information, however since it's Graves it should have a map available to flash, race developed, etc; YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqmzpWY-ILg
    3. SC Project CR-T - Never heard of them before, know almost nothing about it...
    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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    Looking good so far! I will be watching this thread for sure...

    as for the exhaust, if performance matters, go Graves. You cannot do better for any Yamaha product. If you want bling, get the Austin Racing.

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    That silver Austin exhaust looks sweet if you can't wait for the Graves to compare.
    -Darek

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    This will be out soon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VslHgnjnOhM

    105db. I'm tired of loud raspy exhausts.

    If I was a weight weenie I'd go for the AR GP1R.

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    Noise restrictions are coming to palmer at some point. ijs....
    Kwicherbichen. I'm old and I'm slow and I don't care. Get off my lawn, ya punk.

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    Yup, remove the CAT the for power gain and keep it quiet. The lack of noise actually help with you stamina as well. You would be surprised how much the noise affects your head when riding fast.

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