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post #211 of 218 Old 11-20-13, 10:31 Thread Starter
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Attack Racing Triple Clamps. The forks come with custom built Ohlins gas cartridges.




Motec SDL3 Dash w/ Logging Enabled, as well as Motec Shift/Data lights.




Ohlins TTX MKII Shock (Custom build)




Ohlins Steering Damper




Brembo Calipers with Z04 pads and Brembo T-Drive Rotors




Renthal sprockets, D.I.D. ERV3 Chain, GB Racing Shark Guard and Spools.

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Akrapovic full titanium exhaust and Attack Racing Rearsets




Akrapovic carbon fiber sprocket cover




Brembo GP master cylinder with remote adjuster and Motion Pro Revolver throttle kit.




GB Racing Engine covers




The Andrew Swenson Paint has plenty of flash.

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post #213 of 218 Old 11-20-13, 11:41
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TJ - you're killing me! Looks awesome!

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DAAAAAYUM! That's a pair of sexy rides! That Akro sprocket cover is a nice bit!

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Two questions for TJ.

1) What are the pot mounts used for? Data logging of the suspension?

2) Do you carry the akrapovic carbon fiber sprocket cover for the 2013+ Daytona?

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post #216 of 218 Old 05-21-14, 07:04
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...that is the most beautiful thing a have ever seen :..) Respect!
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TJ,



dude, that bike is sweet

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post #218 of 218 Old 11-30-15, 15:19
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Is that Akra carbon fiber sprocket cover really just the transition piece from the can to the midpipe that was cut down?
If so Id really like to figure out ho to mount mine like that.

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