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FZ07R at CMP

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RobZilla

Just curious if the guy with the blue FZ07R who was at CMP on Saturday 10/24  is in here. Was curious what all you had done on the bike. I was on my R6, tried to talk but the session was about to start. 
Cheers!

Rob

 

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M. Hausknecht

Hi Rob! I'm the guy... Sorry we didn't get a chance to chat. I'll confess I didn't build the bike. It was built by hxman and although advertised here, appears he's removed the ad. Here is how he described the bike:

Engine:
March 2020 Dyno @82 rwhp on 91 pump gas
Yoshimura's R-77 Works Finish Full System exhaust
Yoyodyne Slipper Clutch
AS3 race spec silicon hoses
Wiseco piston kit (12.5:1)
Carrillo rods
Robem Engineering FZ-07/MT-07 Lightweight Starter Clutch
Hordpower airbox
TWF Racing (Zoran) bored throttle bodies
TWF Racing (Zoran) porting
TWF Racing (Zoran) WebCams grind 101/207
R&D transmission undercut and shimmed (output cut 5*, input cut 7*) R&D Racing, Mark Doucette, 1632 N Hercules Ave, Clearwater, FL 33765

Electronics:
aRacer RC Super2 Race Package includes the following items:
RC Super 2 ECU
AF1 wideband module
Quickshifter
1 to 4 cable
Modified wiring harness (keyless ignition)

Chassis:
K-Tech DDS Pro rear shock
Öhlins Road and Track NIX 22 front cartridge kit
Robem Engineering FZ-07/MT-07 Adjustable 41mm Triple Clamps @26mm offset insert
AP MotoArts Gen 2 FZ-07 Linear Linkage
AP MotoArts Sub-Frame

Misc:
Woodcraft Clip-ons
Renthal grips
Vortex billet locking fuel cap
Renthal 520 Ultralight sprockets and chain
TXP adjustable billet rearsets
Shorai LFX Lithium Battery
AP MotoArts custom bodywork
R6 Front Brake Master Cylinder
Core Moto SS brake lines and banjo bolts

I've changed the fork and shock springs to suit my skinny ass 152 lb, and lowered the bike on the forks, but otherwise left it mostly alone. I'm happy to answer any questions you might have.

Regards, Michael

 

 

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stickshift
3 hours ago, M. Hausknecht said:

I'm happy to answer any questions you might have.

How do you like it on track?

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M. Hausknecht

Its awesome, like sex with a women that knows how.

It stops, goes, and turns very well. Big flat torque curve, sticky tires and lotsa lean angle. Not as fast as an equally well-ridden 600cc four but fast enough for me.

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fzar
18 hours ago, M. Hausknecht said:

I've changed the fork and shock springs to suit my skinny ass 152 lb, and lowered the bike on the forks, but otherwise left it mostly alone.

I'm glad you got to do a few mod's!!! LOL That's quite the list you have going on, but it is an R after all.. What course where you guys running at CMP?

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RobZilla

Hell yea, I love it!

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M. Hausknecht

Thanks Rob. FYI, with the end of the Moto America season, many of the top bikes, SVs and 07s, are for sale. Best bikes seem to be getting mid-90s horsepower on race gas. My cams are less aggressive than what is necessary for that power, and I'm running stock rev limit and pump gas for longevity sake.

We ran the CMP 2.2 mile full track, completely repaved over the summer. As you would expect, it is quite smooth and the grip is excellent. Better repaving job than I've seen on many tracks.

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