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    RSVR Factory rebuild into track bike

    Well, after much work over the winter I've finally finished my project (well almost apart from a few small items). Pumping out 132.5BHP and 75ft/lb of torque, by adding a modified air tube, filter, titanium race cans, power commander with ECU set on map2 etc etc.








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    very nice would like that on the road!!!

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    I've given up road riding now, seen and heard of too many bad accidents with friends etc and you can't enjoy a good blast without looking over both shoulders. The bike can go back on the road but it's set up for track work now, so I'll enjoy the spring and summer. This is my 3rd track bike now, I love building them up.

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    Just bought a cheap R1 for a track bike..

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    looks great matey I have the same livery on the track body work I have for mine (albeit far from the finish you have on yours ) the modified airtube you talk of, is that the mod Badger posted about removing the flapper valve and the baffels in the air intake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deacs View Post
    looks great matey I have the same livery on the track body work I have for mine (albeit far from the finish you have on yours ) the modified airtube you talk of, is that the mod Badger posted about removing the flapper valve and the baffels in the air intake?

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    Yep that's the one, the guy at the Dyno said it would work too and allow the engine to breath better. It's a simple job to do.

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    Yep, I'm doing it to mine on the weekend

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    Saw this coming together on TDR forum.......looks brilliant!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitcrew View Post
    Yep that's the one, the guy at the Dyno said it would work too and allow the engine to breath better. It's a simple job to do.
    Ahh, this is interesting , point me towards this mod please, about time i had a tinker, taking my 09 factory to get mapped on saturday, after fitting hooked stylie air box, carbon arrow can and pc3 usb, also fitted a plug and play dynojet quickshifter, fooking good little device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warms View Post
    Ahh, this is interesting , point me towards this mod please, about time i had a tinker, taking my 09 factory to get mapped on saturday, after fitting hooked stylie air box, carbon arrow can and pc3 usb, also fitted a plug and play dynojet quickshifter, fooking good little device.
    Here you go chap, this is the one -> click me <- I'm not convinced about the hooked airbox on the GENII's because of the way the ram air works - the pressure is far greater right at the front where the GENII's have theirs and once inside if all you have is an open plate the pressure dissapates (negates ram air) whereas on the GENI's it would work as the the airintake duct is shoddy at best anyways!) I think I'm going to go with the evoluzione type system (uses the tank as an increased capacity airbox (so top off).

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    I was going to post a post about how sexy your bike looks now, but in the end I decided that what I was going to post was far too sexually explicit.
    So...

    "lovely looking bike".


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