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That's cool. I figured you guys would be in on that somehow. Any reason that you haven't done this on the 675 or is it restricted in the class you are running it in?


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As for brake pressure obviously first you need the data acquisition device and then you add a pressure sensor that replaces a banjo bolt.
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That's cool. I figured you guys would be in on that somehow. Any reason that you haven't done this on the 675 or is it restricted in the class you are running it in?


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As for brake pressure obviously first you need the data acquisition device and then you add a pressure sensor that replaces a banjo bolt.
More than anything it takes a bit of time to get everything dialed in on the Data and that is the biggest reason we haven't set up the 675.
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Ah, that makes sense. Test it on the expendable bike first.
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That and we prepped the GSXR for AMA DSB, and the 675 wasn't quite legal by AMA standards.
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Ah, spend the money where it counts. Bummer the 675 must be too fast for DSB.
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I know you had mentioned that the 675 wasn't legal for racing in the AMA in the past. Do you guys plan on racing the bike at some point (in any series)? It would be fun to follow you guys. Maybe have a second bike build (that you have mentioned) and have that set up to AMA spec while you continue to build out this beast.
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We race the 675 at the local WERA races, however the motor mods and all of the titanium make it illegal for the AMA. The 2nd bike is going together, but I don't think it will be quite to AMA DSB spec.
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I read through most of the build section. Why did you choose the Renthal sprocket over the Vortex?


Super sick bike btw. I am an attention to detail kind of guy and you did an outstanding job
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The Renthal sprockets have better wear characteristics, lighter, and lets be honest they look great. Originally Renthal didn't have the sprockets available for the 675 in the states however once they were we ordered them up.

Appreciate the kind words.
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They do look awesome. Also after 2k miles on mine they are not showing any wear at all.

2009 Daytona 675
Akra headers/comp werks exhaust, 1050 throttle tube, ohlins ttx rear shock, bazzaz zfi fuel controller/QS, MWR air filter, attack rear sets, galfer rotors front and rear, brembo MC,
2013 Aprilia RSV-4
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