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    Arrow MFChop CCS #396 - 2015 ZX6-R Race Bike build

    The start of a new chapter, my 0 miles 2015 ZX6R Race Bike Build!

    Ktech 35DDS Pro Rear
    Ktech Front TBD
    GPR V4 Damper
    Armour Bodies
    Woodcraft Rearsets
    Woodcraft Stator Cover
    Woodcraft Crank Case Cover
    Woodcraft Idler Gear Cover
    Woodcraft Clip Ons
    Woodcraft Hand Guards
    Woodcraft Spools
    Woodcraft Toe Guard
    Woodcraft Key Eliminator
    Woodcraft Axle Sliders
    Hindle Full Exhaust Sytem
    Bazzaz Z-FI TC
    BMC Race Air Filter
    09+ Velocoty Stacks
    Driven Blockoff Plates
    Orient Express Manual CCT
    Samco Coolant Hoses
    Tight Tails Subframe
    Motoholder Stay and Intake
    Brembo RCS19 M/C
    Spiegler Rennsport Front Brake Line
    Spiegler Rear Brake Line
    CL60 Front Pads
    CL RX3 Rear Pads
    Renthal Sprockets -1/+2
    DID ERV3 Chain
    Unlimited Superbike Rear Rotor
    Fast Frank Captive Spacers
    Shorai Battery
    Vortex Gas Cap
    Mad Scientist Pinch Bolts
    Mad Scientist Caliper Bolts
    Mad Scientist Rotor Bolts
    Mad Scientist Sprocket Nuts
    Mad Scientist Levers
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    So Saturday morning was break in day and Woodcraft day...

    First I brought it down to John at Dyno solutions for a Motorman style break in http://www.mototuneusa.com/break_in_secrets.htm
    If you don't think its worth it to follow his procedure, just look at the oil after only 45 miles on the dyno!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45B2qBK_gDw



    Kinda pretty, shame to tear her apart


    I forgot to take picture of the chart but bone stock with just the 180/60 race tire it put down 110hp, just 2 less than my 05 and has a seriously better low to mid range. My thought is after just a de-restriction and 09+ velocity stacks it will put down more than my 2005 did

    Then I had all these goodies to install! HUGE thanks to Woodcraft!




    Sunday morning was Spiegler / CL day doing the brakes
    I installed CL60 Pads in front RX3s in the rear. Spiegler Rennsport front line and rear lines...
    Fortunately knock on wood Ive only hit one hiccup so far in my build. Rennsport is a single MC banjo and I forgot to order the proper fine thread banjo.. oops



    I also got all the safety wire drilling done except of the caliper bolts, the Mad Scientist will save me that headache
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    Good luck Matt! What's the grapphics going to look like?
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    No clue, I already have my new number plates and faux headlights from drippen wet. I might do the same color scheme as my 05. Im kinda digging the green but then it will just be another kawi

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    I'm psyched to see you back out there in October, on a reliable bike.

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    We will see, list of what I still don't have / on order is small; Body work, front forks, bazzaz, and damper.

    Im trying to not put myself in a financial hole here and buy as I sell. If it weren't for my awesome sponsors and Razee I wouldn't even be at this point right now. I have a spreadsheet going and knock on wood if I sell everything for at least 80-90% of asking price Ill only be in the hole ~$5k for a brand new fully setup bike. Which in my eyes is okay with me

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    Careful with stacks, monkeying with those can potentially knock you out of SuperSport... air filters as well if they include the snorkel ala the R6 airbox design.
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    Sweet!
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    Rather than the servo eliminator, consider getting your ECU flashed. It will do good things to your timing curve (more HP) as well as a few other goodies, and it removes the need to have the servo eliminator as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kurlon View Post
    Careful with stacks, monkeying with those can potentially knock you out of SuperSport... air filters as well if they include the snorkel ala the R6 airbox design.
    The R6 breaks the rules because it changes the design of the airbox. On these bikes, the BMC air filter is a drop in replacement for OEM with better flow. In other words, SS legal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DucatiMichael View Post
    Rather than the servo eliminator, consider getting your ECU flashed. It will do good things to your timing curve (more HP) as well as a few other goodies, and it removes the need to have the servo eliminator as well.
    Actually I was going to see if the Mad Scientist would throw my ECU in his bike and flash it for a few $$

    The servo eliminator I have is actually left over from the 05 but I guess I could sell that then

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