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Re: My NotSoSuper6 Build

Def agree with, Ant. Looking good out there man and remember to still enjoy being out there and take it easy. Learn as much as you can before you really start to push yourself.


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I think I'm hanging off enough on the rights too.


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Can't say I'm happy about not dragging knee, I mean, who doesn't want to drag knee?! But coming from you....I can't wait till it happens cuz I'll be hauling!! Hopefully chasing your ass if I make it to a TD in JerZ someday
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Dammit! I guess you'll be hearing from me soon about clip ons
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That first day is gonna be EPIC!!!!! Just try and stay relaxed, Its overwhelming...at least for me it felt that way...still is :/

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sick pic and that track looks hellafun.
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looking killer out there man, i need to sort my body position out like that.


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Def agree with, Ant. Looking good out there man and remember to still enjoy being out there and take it easy. Learn as much as you can before you really start to push yourself.

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Having fun out there is an understatement. I'm def hooked. I need to grow a pair before I start pushing it
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BTW, hope you're having a good trip!

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It's really encouraging to hear I'm progressing decently. Definitely feeds the addiction. I need to go out again and continue to learn. CVR is def a fun track but its tiring as hell! My thighs are still sore. Wish it had longer straights
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Its gonna be awesome to be back on the track tho. Being there all weekend and not riding was like getting a lapdance in sweatpants bro!
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I finally got a chance to fix my tank fairing over the weekend. Even though it flew off on the track, no one ran over it
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One thing broken was the round tab for the screw that attaches to the tank.

I have a set of plastifix so I put it to good use. I guess this is a small/quick how to...


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First step was putting the mold bar in hot water for a while until it gets really soft.

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Then mold it onto the good tab and let it get hard again (TWSS)

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Take mold and align it over the broken tab. I used gaffers tape to hold it in place.


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Fill applicator bottle with toxic solution...

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I don't know what to call this but, Fill this other little bottle they give you with the powder.

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Put a drop or two of the solution into the powder and use the needle to pick it up. You just have to poke it while it's still moist and it will stick to the needle.

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You start applying the powder/solution ball you picked up to the broken tab and apply a little more solution to get it to form into the mold.

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Keep going until you fill in the mold and achieve the desired thickness. Obviously i didn't make mine even.

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I let it dry overnight before removing the mold. I also didn't sand it or make it pretty. It's going under the seat so...meh. Doesn't look pretty but its forms a pretty solid plastic and holds well once i screwed it back on

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Might still want to velcro it to be safe. Good work tho!

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I see that pic and your right hand BP is excellent in that pic. The others maybe you were transitioning from right to left or starting your transition. Regardless, keep killin out there bro.

Track addict FTW!!

How boring is the street now?

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I finally got a chance to fix my tank fairing over the weekend. Even though it flew off on the track, no one ran over it
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One thing broken was the round tab for the screw that attaches to the tank.

I have a set of plastifix so I put it to good use. I guess this is a small/quick how to...


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First step was putting the mold bar in hot water for a while until it gets really soft.

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Then mold it onto the good tab and let it get hard again (TWSS)

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Take mold and align it over the broken tab. I used gaffers tape to hold it in place.


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Fill applicator bottle with toxic solution...

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I don't know what to call this but, Fill this other little bottle they give you with the powder.

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Put a drop or two of the solution into the powder and use the needle to pick it up. You just have to poke it while it's still moist and it will stick to the needle.

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You start applying the powder/solution ball you picked up to the broken tab and apply a little more solution to get it to form into the mold.

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Keep going until you fill in the mold and achieve the desired thickness. Obviously i didn't make mine even.

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I let it dry overnight before removing the mold. I also didn't sand it or make it pretty. It's going under the seat so...meh. Doesn't look pretty but its forms a pretty solid plastic and holds well once i screwed it back on

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That is all



OH!! Got some goodies!


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Updated Mods:
-Hot Bodies smoked Flush mounts
-Motodynamic smoked tailight
-4300k HID mini H1 projectors with dual white angel eyes (BK moto)
-Shermoto Levers
-Removed Muffler/honeycombs Added y-pipe (don't know brand, was purchased from infamous_R6)
-PCV + Autotune
-Agg Smog Block Offs
-Agg SBK reservoir
-WC case covers
-WC spool sliders
-WC frame sliders
-FT type 3 brake lines (Agg)
-Puig DB dark smoke
-BT s20's (prob be using for track days)
-BAUCERACING ECU flash/Tune
-EBC HH Pads
-Vortex adjustable rearsets (BAUCE)
-Vortex V3 gas cap (BAUCE)
Sorcery!!!

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Might still want to velcro it to be safe. Good work tho!
I forget how he did it, but Carlos has his safety wired on somehow. I'm so sick of these things flying off. Last forum ride we did, mine flew off and under the rear tire mid turn at an unmentionable speed. LOL


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I've never had mine come off and i even have a broken tab...Hrmm


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Might still want to velcro it to be safe. Good work tho!
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I see that pic and your right hand BP is excellent in that pic. The others maybe you were transitioning from right to left or starting your transition. Regardless, keep killin out there bro.

Track addict FTW!!

How boring is the street now?



Sorcery!!!



I forget how he did it, but Carlos has his safety wired on somehow. I'm so sick of these things flying off. Last forum ride we did, mine flew off and under the rear tire mid turn at an unmentionable speed. LOL
Street is definitely boring now. If only I had the money for track Fairings. I'm thinking of selling all my street stuff but I may keep her as double duty. It still nice to go on a sunday ride up the coast.

You need to come out with Adam!!!! Bet you'll def be ripping CVR a new one. I promise I won't
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I may have to add velcro or learn to safety wire. Its def not a good feeling when you feel something smacking your leg doing +100 on the front straight getting ready for turn 1 and realize your bike is falling apart
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And no sorcery here, there's another MAN SHIT decal in there and the track fairings will be all BAUCED out
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That's a lie...It'll have shermo/agg/njg etc. decals on there
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Patch is going on the ass cheek though
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I think I'm hanging off enough on the rights too.


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Can't say I'm happy about not dragging knee, I mean, who doesn't want to drag knee?! But coming from you....I can't wait till it happens cuz I'll be hauling!! Hopefully chasing your ass if I make it to a TD in JerZ someday
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Dammit! I guess you'll be hearing from me soon about clip ons
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That first day is gonna be EPIC!!!!! Just try and stay relaxed, Its overwhelming...at least for me it felt that way...still is :/

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Damn brutha! Lookin great out there! Keep at it! You'll be ownin bitches out there in no time! You should come out my way for a race weekend sometime! It's a blast racing, just being out there having a blast... Even when I got lapped the last lap on the second race I was in... Hahaha of course, I was lapped by Expert guys that left in the first wave...
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Again, you're lookin real good out there! You're gonna be draggin knee in no time! Don't worry about that bro!


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