So, do you just have tons of money or what?
Also, Ohlins and Scotts dampers are the same for all intents and purposes.
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I already have the scotts with the mount for an R6 and I have an Ohlins with mount as well for an R6. I am just not decided which one i'll take for track use. I might go with the scotts since I believe it is less vulnerable in case of a crash.
Safety wire pliers/wire.
only for trackdays.... here it is not mandatory unless I sign for a real race. which won't probably happen. but we never know
The OEM suspension is not really that bad in my opinion. Get it set for your weight and ride it for a year, keeping track of what changes get made.
But as stated, look at buying a track bike that's already done. It will save you cash and a lot of work.
I like the OEM suspension also. I will keep the front. only have the fluid changed and rebuild. I will however change the rear for something a little better.
We'll I already have the bike so that's why I don't see the point of buying a trackbike already built.
I mean i'll have to sell my bike and than buy another bike.
I think I'm better to build mine... time and tools and stuff are not a problem. money is haha.
And there is not a lot of trackbike for sale around here.
I honestly think with 4k I will be able to build a trackbike that is really competitive.
I doubt that selling my bike and buying another one I would be able to save more than 2k.