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» August BOTM Winner! RastaSpeed!
Sep 08, 2014 - 8:00 PM - by SRAD600
DING DING DING...and the winner is.....


Congrats! Shes a looker for sure, and very well built!


My Entry: 2007 GSXR 750

My story is of motorcycle addiction. This is my second bike, a 2007 GSXR 750. I bought the bike used and have spent the last 2 years making it mine. My other bike is a 2008 Yamaha R6s with I turned into my dedicated track and holigan bike. The Gixxer is my street ride. Hope to upgrade soon to Ohlins Suspension and then I will be satisfied.

Bike started off fairly stock and since then, I have added a few modifications.

Mod list:

ASV clutch lever
GB Racing engine case covers
Lightech Chain adjuster
HID headlights
Puig Double bubble windscreen
Ram Mount for GPS
Powercoated wheels
Bar end mirror
Angled valve stem
Gixxer Boys fender eliminator
GB Racing swing arm spools
Hot Bodies front turn signals
Stomp Grip pads
Cox radiator gurad
Preload adjusters
Vortex rearsets
Ballistic Lightweight battery
Pro-Grip gel grips
Custom gel frond and rear seat
Bestem Carbon Fiber front and rear fender

Speigler Brake Lines
Vesrah RJL brake pads
Brembo master cylinder
Evo Tech front brake reservoir

BMC air filter
Power Commander 5
Driver front and rear sprocket
M4 Street Slayer exhaust
Dunlop Q3 tires
EK chain
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» 2013 bike of the year winner! 3-nation!!!
Jan 17, 2014 - 12:31 PM - by SRAD600
2013 Bike of the YEAR winner is 3-NATION CONGRATS SIR!!!
Anastasia is a SEXY name for a SEXY machine and bikes all around the country envy the life she lives.

This is Anastasia

Year: 2006
Model: GSX-R
Eng size: 7fidy
Pipe: full system leo vince
Seat: on there
Wheels: yup 2 of them
Accessories/other mods:
Brembo master cylinder
GPR stabilizer
EDR clutch and stator case guards
Flashed ECU
R6 throttle tube
Vortex rear-sets
Front forks built by Randy at in house suspension in SoCal
Galfer super bike wave rotors
-1 +2 520 conversion
All bolts drilled and safety wired by ME
Steel braid brake lines

And the story:
Bought this bike last year. She's my daily rider and new track ho. Early this year my chain broke and ruined my engine crank case. Rather than a complete tear down, I swapped for a built engine from a shop up in OR.

I abuse the shit out of this bike. Over 1000 miles a week commuting, twisty sessions and track days on the weekends.

All maintenance is done by ME. I've replaced multiple chains, tires, removed the power commander for the new flashed ecu. Replaced the oil pan. Swapped the engine. Went through 2 stva's before fixing the c28 code with a 3rd one. Painted the fairings multiple times. Just installed the new track plastics and I cut them for sliders myself.

The new motor has about 15,000 miles on it. And the chassis has over 65,000 miles. This bike is not a show bike. It stays filthy but the important parts are mechanically sound. I run at least a full tank of gas through her per day. I ride this bike how it was meant to be ridden. The only mod in her future is maybe some upgraded suspension. All of my $ is going towards track days, tires and maintenance from now on. These bikes are amazing stock. So the little bit of extras I have only help. My focus now is on rider mods not go faster parts. She's a dedicated track slut now.

I have spent thousands of $ on this ho and countless hours turning wrenches, changing tires, oil, filters, chains and other bits. All of that is worth it to drag knee at 120 mph on a track for a few seconds. The feeling is better than sex and it makes me remember that I'm alive.

thanks for looking!
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