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I need to make all of the track preperations for the 6R, has anyone done them before? I also want to sync my carbs and change the plugs if anyone has the tools, my bike was missing the tool set. Thanks


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I need to make all of the track preperations for the 6R, has anyone done them before?
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I need to make all of the track preperations for the 6R, has anyone done them before? I also want to sync my carbs and change the plugs if anyone has the tools, my bike was missing the tool set. Thanks
Sounds like you need more than just some simple wiring...


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nothing is needed, it is desired, the bike runs great but I would just like to make sure that everything is in check, I am not sure but I may not even need track prep for the summit track day(s)?? I am not new to motorcycles or mechanics but I am to the track scene.


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nothing is needed, it is desired, the bike runs great but I would just like to make sure that everything is in check, I am not sure but I may not even need track prep for the summit track day(s)?? I am not new to motorcycles or mechanics but I am to the track scene.
NESBA has a "try the track" day, otherwise you need to drain your coolant and safety wire your bike. Depends on who is hosting the track day though, I think some beginner classes don't require everything but it's a good idea to have the bike safety wired.


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April 26, 2005, 10:12 PM

on track days, each organization has their own requirements. check with the organization what they require but it's pretty much universal. Safety wire oil drain plug, remove or safety wire kick stand, race approved coolant to name some....


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