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Getting busy with MotoAmerica builds but still have time and capacity to fit orders in before the start of the season. We are a dealer for: JE Wiseco CP/Carrillo Cometic Web Racing Camshafts Yoyodyne Millennium Technologies From a simple build with drop in cams and an undercut trans to a full MotoAmerica build. Even make it simple for customer with helping to arrange shipping for entire bikes being sent to us, built and returned tuned ready for the track.
We had the opportunity through Darren James to work with Trevor up at Flexi-glass on new bodywork for the FZ07 and MT07. The quality of the kit is amazing. The tank is molded off the FZ07 stock tank and uses the stock mounting locations without the flex or need for additional bracing of other kits on the market. Utilizing the current ZX10R wind screen. Bodywork is 2.0”narrower to avoid dragging and clearanced to avoid the exhaust in the lower. The mounting kit will be built by Robem and available on the website. Flexi-glass is proudly made in Canada with premium products. Cost estimated $800 upper, lower, tail, tank cover and fender plus shipping.
Spatt posted a topic in Robem EngineeringI took some time and made a tutorial when installing a subframe on a customer bike tonight and posted it on my blog for anyone curious how involved of a process it is. It should curb some questions for people and provide a reference to make sure the process goes smoothly. f You can find instructions here
Spent some time the couple of nights reworking the risers to give guys height and adjustment options with their rears sets. The adjustment was a bit difficult to work out since they differently shaped and make sure the adjustment moves back and not and an angle so you can use bike jacks on the pegs. First scanned the plates alone to overlay the adjustment slots of the stock units. In the process learned a couple of things in process like any project. 3D printing a couple to double check the fitment and will be able to toss them on a bike in the morning. Since we sold out of the non adjustable risers this was a good time to spend the time and finish the new design to get them out and on a couple bikes in the shops. I will post some pictures tomorrow when they are done printing.