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September Bike of the Month Entry Thread​

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Year: 2016
Model: GSX-R750
Eng size: 750
Pipe: Yoshimura R-77D Full System
Seat: Factory cover with Gel inserts front and back
Wheels: Factory wheels powder coated gold and matching painted rotors
Accessories/other mods: -Dano's Performance ecu flash
-PAIR valve delete
-Exhaust valve delete
-Throttle plate restrictions removed
-o2 sensor delete
-Fan turn on temp lowered to 195/205
-Motion Pro R1 throttle tube
-Vortex 47 tooth aluminum rear sprocket
-Vortex rear swing arm spools
-Deleted GSXR decals, added Egyptian God Anubis decals
-Rear fender eliminator with LED
-Zero Gravity Double Bubble dark smoke windscreen
-Rizoma bar ends
-CNC short levers
-Sato rear street tie downs
-LED headlight corner bulbs, Amber
-Gopro Hero 3
-Ram Mount X-grip

And the story: So, I'm not a good story teller, but here goes. Purchased "Black Betty" back in March. I made some other bike friends pretty quickly, you know how that goes. So far betty is layin' a hurt on everybody but the S1000RR, I mean that thing is a beast, although after riding it, I still prefer my 750. All my buds gave me a lot of shit at first for buying a gsxr, but now they all keep saying how much they like. Thats right chumps. They just can't deny its faster and better looking. Anyways. I have owned a few bikes in the past, but this is the first one that I have felt comfortable enough on to go ludicrous speed and have been able to do wheelies on. I'm just getting comfortable with them now, and I feel like my skills should start to progress faster from this point on. Looking forward to growing as a rider and I think this is the perfect machine. A friend of mine is trying to get me into tracking it, but I just don't feel ready yet.









 

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This is still a work in progress but here it goes...

Year: 2005
Model: GSX-R1000
Exhaust: Akrapovic full system
Fairings: Race fairings (K8 tail), Puig windscreen, carbon front fender + modified SES race front fairing bracket
and modified K7 1000 Motoholders race rear subframe
Wheels: Galespeed Type-R with fully floating Brembo front discs and cut oem rear disc
magnesium PVM rear wheel with a fully floating brake disc
For street - stock wheels with fully floating ISR front discs and cut oem rear disc

Engine/electronics related accessories / mods:
-Full K8 1000 electronics swap
-Custom ECU bin file with deceleration fuel cut disabled
-ECU is fully remapped on a dyno (fuel and ignition maps)
-Custom secondary throttle plate maps to reduce engine braking + all the other normal ECU stuff...
-Modified K8 1000 pistons
-Decked head and block - CR is around 14:1
-APE cam gears and custom degreed K8 1000 cams
-APE ti valve retainers
-Yoshimura valve cotters
-APE MCCT
-BMC filter
-Short billet velocity stacks in the middle
-Factory pro shift star
-Drilled clutch basket
-K8 1000 hydraulic clutch swap
-PAIR sucker mod
-Woodcraft stator cover
-Carbon clutch cover
-R&G idle gear cover
-K8 1000 radiator with a guard
-Samco radiator hoses
-Relocated Shindingen FH020AA R/R
-A123 battery with an Anderson quick connector
-Woolich Racing Logbox and Zeitronix wideband O2
-Cordona PQ8 quickshifter and DIY shiftlight
-Keyless ignition
-Probolt ti sump bolt
Bike dynoed 178rwhp, a friend's 2015 BMW S1000RR 182rwhp - both on the same dyno, same week and similar conditions.

Other mods:
-Spondon swingarm with a linear linkage, quickrelease axle and Brembo brake caliper
-Modified K5 swingarm bosses to suit K1-K4 1000 swingarm axle
-Modified SU149 Öhlins rear shock to suit the current setup
-K9 front forks with Andreani factory cartridge kit
-K9 front calipers
-ABM upper triple tree + PP-tuning nut
-Renthal clip ons
-Motion Pro Revoler throttle kit
-Brembo 19x18 brake M/C with a folding IRC lever
-Brembo clutch M/C (Ducati 1098) with a folding Gilles lever
-Steel braided lines brakes&clutch
-Lightech rearsets
-DIY exhaust hanger lol
-Ti bolts for brake discs etc...

I probably forgot something. The frame and fuel tank are basically the only stock parts...
The coming winter I'm going to paint the fairings, new exhaust hanger, Yoshimura Type A gearbox, IRC Race traction control,
install easily removable lights and license plate holder.


And the story: I started riding with a Honda NSR125. Sold it and didn't have a bike for 7 years. Then in 2008 I bought my GSX-R K1 750. The normal story, I was planning to keep it pretty stock - you know how it goes. Two years ago I found a cheap K5 1000 engine and a friend fully rebuilt it along with the mods. I did the 1K engine swap using Hybrid racing mounts. A year ago I meat a guy who had a spare K5 1000 frame with a title. He sold it to me for a good price. Swapping the frame was pretty much only reasonable way to upgrade to a newer bike. :)

K1 with a few mods


K1 with K5 1000 engine

New frame



First time riding with this setup


Did my first ever race

Track day two weeks ago
 

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This is still a work in progress but here it goes...

Year: 2005
Model: GSX-R1000
Exhaust: Akrapovic full system
Fairings: Race fairings (K8 tail), Puig windscreen, carbon front fender + modified SES race front fairing bracket
and modified K7 1000 Motoholders race rear subframe
Wheels: Galespeed Type-R with fully floating Brembo front discs and cut oem rear disc
magnesium PVM rear wheel with a fully floating brake disc
For street - stock wheels with fully floating ISR front discs and cut oem rear disc

Engine/electronics related accessories / mods:
-Full K8 1000 electronics swap
-Custom ECU bin file with deceleration fuel cut disabled
-ECU is fully remapped on a dyno (fuel and ignition maps)
-Custom secondary throttle plate maps to reduce engine braking + all the other normal ECU stuff...
-Modified K8 1000 pistons
-Decked head and block - CR is around 14:1
-APE cam gears and custom degreed K8 1000 cams
-APE ti valve retainers
-Yoshimura valve cotters
-APE MCCT
-BMC filter
-Short billet velocity stacks in the middle
-Factory pro shift star
-Drilled clutch basket
-K8 1000 hydraulic clutch swap
-PAIR sucker mod
-Woodcraft stator cover
-Carbon clutch cover
-R&G idle gear cover
-K8 1000 radiator with a guard
-Samco radiator hoses
-Relocated Shindingen FH020AA R/R
-A123 battery with an Anderson quick connector
-Woolich Racing Logbox and Zeitronix wideband O2
-Cordona PQ8 quickshifter and DIY shiftlight
-Keyless ignition
-Probolt ti sump bolt
Bike dynoed 178rwhp, a friend's 2015 BMW S1000RR 182rwhp - both on the same dyno, same week and similar conditions.

Other mods:
-Spondon swingarm with a linear linkage, quickrelease axle and Brembo brake caliper
-Modified K5 swingarm bosses to suit K1-K4 1000 swingarm axle
-Modified SU149 Öhlins rear shock to suit the current setup
-K9 front forks with Andreani factory cartridge kit
-K9 front calipers
-ABM upper triple tree + PP-tuning nut
-Renthal clip ons
-Motion Pro Revoler throttle kit
-Brembo 19x18 brake M/C with a folding IRC lever
-Brembo clutch M/C (Ducati 1098) with a folding Gilles lever
-Steel braided lines brakes&clutch
-Lightech rearsets
-DIY exhaust hanger lol
-Ti bolts for brake discs etc...

I probably forgot something. The frame and fuel tank are basically the only stock parts...
The coming winter I'm going to paint the fairings, new exhaust hanger, Yoshimura Type A gearbox, IRC Race traction control,
install easily removable lights and license plate holder.


And the story: I started riding with a Honda NSR125. Sold it and didn't have a bike for 7 years. Then in 2008 I bought my GSX-R K1 750. The normal story, I was planning to keep it pretty stock - you know how it goes. Two years ago I found a cheap K5 1000 engine and a friend fully rebuilt it along with the mods. I did the 1K engine swap using Hybrid racing mounts. A year ago I meat a guy who had a spare K5 1000 frame with a title. He sold it to me for a good price. Swapping the frame was pretty much only reasonable way to upgrade to a newer bike. :)

K1 with a few mods


K1 with K5 1000 engine

New frame



First time riding with this setup


Did my first ever race

Track day two weeks ago
Well geez, this guy even gets my vote. He deserves it more then me.
 
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