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post #11 of 31 Old 11-12-12, 06:57
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Looks great!

"Faster we become, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death"
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Really great job. I live the way scorpion have blatantly ripped of akras logo.

Actually you're wrong, it's the other way round. Akrapovic used to be called Skorpion, but then Scorpion Exhausts made them change it as their name was too similar to theirs.


To read about the transformation click > Project Trixie Transformation

For comparison photo of old R/R with new improved R/R under recall of 2012 click > R/R Comparison Photos

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I think it looks way better than the Parkingo Street triple R's
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I like the colour combo, the tail end looks cool. The whole bike looks killer. Nice work.
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Bike looks great, any numbers as far as weight and HP are concerned? Good luck with race series.
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Cheers guys. We still have loads of work to do on her. I had to throw her together quickly for the shoot and up and coming magazine feature. The wheels in the pic are off my Daytona so don't think we have thrown loads at this bike with carbon wheels. Its was put toghether on a small budget and with bits we had laying around.

Spec as follows (from memory):

2012 Street Triple R
Stock engine with cams dialled in on APE adjustable sprockets
Prototype MWR HE Race Filter
TRS Large Air Intake
One Off Exhaust, Zard Daytona Headers & Collector, Custom Made Link Pipe and Scorpion Serket End Can (104db) We are making the same system using stock headers
SAi Blanking Kit
TuneBoy Custom Map (Ongoing Project as Bike Changes)
Pro-Alloy Engine Bolt Kit
GB Racing Engine Cover Kit
520 AFAM Chain & Sprockets Conversion
MWR Fuel Filter
TWM QA Fuel Cap
TRS Quick Action Throttle Mod
SES Rearsets
EvoTech Fold Up Short Levers
TRS Frame Sliders
PFM Quick Release Discs (Not in Pic)
Brembo RC Pads for Hot Days or SC for Cold and Short Races
TRS Nose Cone & Clock Bracket
TRS Belly Pan
TRS Seat Unit with Removable Foam Seat Pad on its Own Base
Ohlins RSU Rear Shock with 100Nm Spring
K-Tech 20mm Kit with 8.5Nm Springs
TRS Carbon/Kevlar Tank Protectors
Tech Spec C3 Tank Grips
TRS Swing Arm Protectors
Stock Bars with TRS Bar Ends
Goodridge Custom Brake Lines (Mk 5!)
Putoline DOT 4 Brake Fluid
Putoline NANA Tech 4+ 10/40 Engine Oil
Ti & Alloy Bolts in Various Places
Rad Fan Removed

Still To Do:
Fit Bigger Daytona Radiator & SES Hoses
Pro-Shift Quick Shifter (Amazing Bit of Kit)
JTS Race Kit Bell Mouths + 1 Stock
Ride the Dam Thing!!!!!!!!

When I get time and my iMac back (been in 2 weeks for a HD recall) I hope to post some close up pics.
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post #17 of 31 Old 11-16-12, 17:39
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Waouw!
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gorgeous bike!!!! im freakin drooling here! any chance on a street version of the race bodywork?
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The belly pan will fit all street bikes no probs. When used with a stock system theres no mods to be done. If uses with a low system some minor cutting away of the belly pan may be required.
I have used the seat on a road bike, I just made my own tail tidy with lights and indiactors on it. The nose cone is a no light only option!
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post #20 of 31 Old 11-26-12, 18:29
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love it!!
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