Re: Recommended mods for a Newbie taking it to the track for the 1st time??
plastics aren't necessary, but are nice. Stock brakes will be fine as long as there's meat left on the pad. I would suggest flushing your brake fluid though if it hasn't been done in the last year. Any street tire will work fine (pilot power, supercorsa, bt0016, etc). Your first time at the track really doesn't require much be done to the bike. You're first time at the track as a rider will be totally different than as a spectator though, so I suggest you find someone thats done at least 3 or 4 trackdays and go to the track with them. This way you'll have someone who is versed in registration, tech inspection, etc and the whole process will go smoother for you.
Also, someone mentioned either here or the other thread, but being as your a girl and are probably light for the stock suspension, I would ask the track club beforehand if a suspension guy will be there, and pay the 30-40 dollars to have it setup. Proper sag and rebound will make the biggest difference to the bike.