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2017 Fz-07 100% Track Build

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Alright here we go!!! ---->

 

If anyone has any questions, Feel free to post!

 

 

2017 Fz-07 with 3 Kms.

 

I will be doing a 2016 R6 Front end (Forks, Wheel, Clip-Ons, Triple), Rear R6 Wheel with Custom Spacers+Rotor

 

HordPowerRacing Air Filter

https://www.hordpower.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=65_69&products_id=566&zenid=tnfmht3hb8cc5dr3kern3euin5

 

WoodCraftRacing Rear sets

https://www.woodcraft-cfm.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?search=action&category=YAF7

 

Yoshi Case Savers

http://www.yoshimura-rd.com/product/yamaha-fz-07-works-edition-case-savers-030ha137000.asp


Yoshi Oil Cap

http://www.yoshimura-rd.com/product/yamaha-works-edition-oil-filler-plug-051ha137000.asp

 

Yoshi Exhaust FS-CF-CF-SS WORKS EDITION

http://www.yoshimura-rd.com/product/yamaha-fz-07-exhaust-system-13700aj220.asp

 

K-TECH Rear Suspension

(Still Thinking)

 

PC5

http://www.powercommander.com/powercommander/Products/PowerCommanderV/powercommander_v.aspx

 

Woolich Flash

http://www.woolichracing.com/

 

Carbon Fiber Rear Disk Rotor

(Made here Local by a friend, Will post pictures when i have it)

 

AP  Racing full Fairing Kit + Fairing Brackets

http://www.fz07r.com/merch/

 

Rear Set Mounting Plated

(Ill be Fabbing my own, will Post pictures when complete.)

 

Ride Height Link

(Ill be Fabbing my own, will Post pictures when complete.)

 

Yoyodyne Slipper Clutch

http://www.yoyodyneti.com/product-p/t22603.htm

 

Samco Race hoses

http://samcosport.com/manufacturer/yamaha/

 

Chain Adjuster Adapters

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Chain-Adjusters-Adapter-with-Spool-Sliders-For-2014-2016-YAMAHA-MT-07-FZ-07-FZ07/142002024513?hash=item210ffaf041%3Am%3Am8fa2XG6uJw0eimEvpOgiJg&var=441113468374

 

520 ERV3 Chain

http://www.didchain.com/roadChains.html

 

Sprockets

(Still Thinking)

 

Tires

(Still Thinking)

 

Vortex Tire Warmers

https://www.vortexracing.com/shop/product/137776/1824/122/53/

 

Vortex Gas Fill

https://www.vortexracing.com/shop/product/126202/1720/110/53/

 

 

+++ Engine Work

(Still Thinking)

 

 

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So far i have removed all the Fairings and completely gutted the frame.

 

This is where I'm at.

 

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Later today after i get some work done here i will be Cutting off some Tabs that are not needed, ill post those as well.

 

then ill be Stripping the frame, getting it read for powdercoat.

 

 

 

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Cruizin

Looking like a great plan! Have you seen the other race builds in our racing section?   (I'm now reconsidering if we need two race build sections)

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no-lag

eh 1 build section should be good for both.

 

if you have time you should move all those threads over here to the proper section :)

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blackout

Nice!

 

I'm still trying to figure out how to package a double adjustable rear suspenion link.  The ability to adjust rear height without pulling the link off could be a nice tuning aid.

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gregjet

Check out the the Extreme creations adjustable (in steps) raise/lowering rear link. Beautifully made and allow some rear geometry changes as well as being much lighter. https://www.extremecreations.com.au/mt-07-jack-up-plates

Also check out Sigma slippers. I really liked the action of these.

Why a chain with seals for the track. A good racing chain with no seals is lighter and has less friction. Because the seals have to fit between the plates, the pins have to be longer, so the chain is heavier. Keeping a race chain lubed is easy. I used to use quality unsealed MX chains. I assume you are going 520?

Carbon disk sounds interesting but will it be able to get and stay hot enough to work. Weight saving is always good of course. There are some ceramic disks available as well but haven't seen them for a while. Also much lighter but don't have to get as hot to work.

Have fun. Most jealous...

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pattonme
6 hours ago, no-lag said:

K-TECH Rear Suspension

(Still Thinking)

absolutely! K-Tech has a -RR (race) version of their Razor. It's longer than OE so you can dispense with the AP link. Same price as the normal -R. There is Nitron too of course. They don't advertise a Race version but I can probably get them to make one (uses 46mm piston) if you want.

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no-lag

Alright so here is the frame stripped....

 

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Chopped off the end to fit the AP fairings....

 

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this is what i have removed so far, along with the front Steering Lock and the wiring tracer

 

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the forks have arrived!

 

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The Steering Stops need to be extended.

From this....

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To this....

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HPR Air Filter is here :D

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i also decided to cut and re-powder-coat the top tripple.

 

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and the Samco hoses are in!!!

 

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mossrider

Proper porn.

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c0al67

some day i'll have more tools, mechanical knowledge, garage space, and money. 'til then i enjoy the hell out of these threads lol.

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no-lag

frame is done... :)

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and some more goodies have arrived!

 

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 Rear R6 wheel is powder-coated and ready for bearings!

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no-lag
On 7/9/2018 at 4:40 PM, gregjet said:

Check out the the Extreme creations adjustable (in steps) raise/lowering rear link. Beautifully made and allow some rear geometry changes as well as being much lighter. https://www.extremecreations.com.au/mt-07-jack-up-plates

Hey! I will DEF keep this in mind! i was looking for links but could only find AP link and no one else so thanks for showing me this!!!!

On 7/9/2018 at 4:40 PM, gregjet said:

Also check out Sigma slippers. I really liked the action of these.

I will consider this, the only reason why i chose Yoyodyne is becuase i am a Yoyodyne dealer.

On 7/9/2018 at 4:40 PM, gregjet said:

Why a chain with seals for the track. A good racing chain with no seals is lighter and has less friction. Because the seals have to fit between the plates, the pins have to be longer, so the chain is heavier. Keeping a race chain lubed is easy. I used to use quality unsealed MX chains. I assume you are going 520?

i am still thinking about this, but you are correct no doubt, yes 520 pitch im thinking.

On 7/9/2018 at 4:40 PM, gregjet said:

Carbon disk sounds interesting but will it be able to get and stay hot enough to work. Weight saving is always good of course. There are some ceramic disks available as well but haven't seen them for a while. Also much lighter but don't have to get as hot to work.

Have fun. Most jealous...

i was considering of just laser cutting a few Aluminum disk rotors for a 1 time use kinda thing.... i dont use my rear brake at all, only when i hit grass.

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gregjet

Al cut from a sheet will have unfortunate crystal structure and may actually warp with the application of braking heat. Not positive but when they first started putting discs on MTB's a few people made AL discs and they would heat up warp and jam. Might work if you just make the annular disc surface and mount it on a spider so it can float.

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Cruizin

This is gonna be a good thread. I just "followed" it. 

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blackout

I want those forks, and the top triple looks real clean!

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no-lag
On 8/8/2018 at 5:35 PM, mossrider said:

Update?

Yes ! coming soon :D

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Nevets
On 7/9/2018 at 3:45 PM, pattonme said:

absolutely! K-Tech has a -RR (race) version of their Razor. It's longer than OE so you can dispense with the AP link.

That's pretty big deal if you don't need the AP link with the -RR version.

 

The -RR is ~850, vs the ~500 for the -R Lite. If you don't need the AP link (250), then it's only a 100$ upgrade to get the -RR over the Lite.

 

Is there anywhere I can check the lengths to confirm this for myself? I haven't been able to find it anywhere.

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no-lag
12 hours ago, Nevets said:

That's pretty big deal if you don't need the AP link with the -RR version.

 

The -RR is ~850, vs the ~500 for the -R Lite. If you don't need the AP link (250), then it's only a 100$ upgrade to get the -RR over the Lite.

 

Is there anywhere I can check the lengths to confirm this for myself? I haven't been able to find it anywhere.

i have the K-Tech R and the RR and the AP link and the stock stuff, tell me what u need i can measure.

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Mad

If you could give some measurements such as 

difference between oem shock , r and rr 

And between oem link and ap would be incredible 

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