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September 15, 2003, 02:58 PM

Its about time.

Well I am almost done prepping my bike, I am trying to make it out to the Wera School this weekend.

Pulled all the Front Plastics off, I have Shark Skinz to replace them with.

Just need a few more details:
1. Frame Sliders
2. Steering Damper
3. Braided Brake Lines
4. Shark Skin Rear Tai
5. NRC Covers: I got the left one on ebay coming soon.

Anyone have a Definitive Guide to Track Prepping the R6?
I think it comes pretty close to ready. Its been realitively straight forward so far. Everything is just nuts and bolts and comes right off.

I got some pictures I will post up soon.


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September 15, 2003, 03:47 PM

Safety wiring done yet?


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September 15, 2003, 04:14 PM

Most of it, I got to redo my brakes, since I just put new pads on, and I need an to get a predrilled oil drain plug.

Where can I pick up some saftey wire?


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September 15, 2003, 06:50 PM

You have to replace both engine cases on the R6.
WERA does require the damper too, as well as safety wiring your headers.

That is all you need to do on the R6....start drilling....you have to wire your axl nuts, calipers, pretty much anything that has fluid in it, can, tape up wheel weights, and that is about it.
Check out chapter 8 of their book
http://www.wera.com/pages/rulebook.htm#ch8

You can get the safety wire and wire "spinning" tool at fast lanes I know. Watch youself with it...do not leave any scraps laying around (go right thru the tire). not to mention lots of blood is usually involved when I am wiring. Plan on wasting a good day on it!
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September 17, 2003, 11:05 PM

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Safety wiring done yet?
Dude, after looking at my freakin headers...I got a lot of bolts on there, They want them all Wired for Wera? and on a 2k2 R6 do you have to remove the Radiator to get to it?? IT sho does look like it! :o


Scratch of Braided Brake Lines, I got a set off of the Wera board for 45$ they looked new! Just finished installing them tonight and I snapped a few photos as I did it. I will upload them sometime during the hurricane.



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Scratch of Braided Brake Lines, I got a set off of the Wera board for 45$ they looked new! Just finished installing them tonight and I snapped a few photos as I did it. I will upload them sometime during the hurricane.

Got them finished, Uploaded them here:
http://www.dcsportbikes.net/index.ph...late=slideshow


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September 18, 2003, 07:41 PM

Rick...I have miles of safety wire and the pliers.
If you need a hand doing the exhaust let me know...


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September 18, 2003, 09:32 PM

Actually I could use a hand, I am going to the track this weekend and I still have a few things I still need to do. Flush the coolant, Change the oil, saftey wire ....
Check your PM.


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