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New to the forum but not to bikes. I have a collection of them and first love is Italian I am afraid to say, with that said one of them is a Bimota YB11 that has been fitted with an Attack Yamaha YZF1000 motor turining out 168bhp at the rear. I also have a heavily modified ex-UFO YZF750 with a 1000 motor bored out to 1183 with billet jugs, carbon Dymag wheels, Mag RAM swingarm and much more. We just Dyno'd it at 190 BHP at the rear. I also have a number of 99-02 R6's. One of them is also heavily modified in honor of the last owner. I converted it with a Spondon single sided swingarm, custom paintjob, R1 front end and magnesium Marchesini wheels. Yes I am truly a bike nut in every way. I live in North Georgia and ride the mountains at the weekend, I also do quite a few trackdays throughout the year. Hopefully I will bump into some of you in my travels. :)
 

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"The Bolt"
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so .................. I'm going to need to see a lot of pictures, they all sound mighty fine:nocontrol
 

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Here is a pic of the 1183, just been put together after powdercoating and other mods. I having the bodywork painted currently. It will be red when its done with white racing plates.


and heres one of the Bimota YB11 with Attack Yamaha race motor.



The 99 R6 is nearly complete - heres a pic of the current build state. I had quite a pieces made- Spondon swingarm, Penske shock, R1 front end, Magnesium Marchesini wheels, Vortex rearsets, clipons, Devil exhaust, Pepsi paintjob, carbon fairing stay, Ohlins damper, Billet engine covers, CNC pieces: rearwheel hub cap, exhaust hanger, and specially made gearshift road as the swingarm pushed the rearset out.. and more. Nearly done!


 

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"The Bolt"
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:eek5:bow .. that basically sums up everything
 

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No words really come to mind...nice
 

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Bikes look really good. Keep us up-to-date on the 6.
 

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Single sided Spondon R6
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I have been to the ducshop... very nice. And I share the same sentiments with your bikes, good work! Welcome to the forum!
Ducshop does awesome work, the best I believe. I have their 999R that they blueprinted with Hodgson's 63.5mm full corse system, subframe , tailpiece & rearsets. Since this pic I have had their 27mm offset triple fitted, carbon BST wheels and full floating brembos. She's nearly 160 at the rear on race fuel...I love it!...thinking of going to 1180 with her and mid 170's

 

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Single sided Spondon R6
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Does Sutton do the work on your bikes? Nice 999R... do you have a D16RR on order?
Yes he does mostly valve work or more specialized work on my Corse bike since he is ex-HMC and knows those bikes back to front. The rest of the suff I can do myself including complete bike rebuild ground up. For the 999R motor work I will let him do as he had built several of them to that spec this year with good results.
 

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New to the forum but not to bikes. I have a collection of them and first love is Italian I am afraid to say, with that said one of them is a Bimota YB11 that has been fitted with an Attack Yamaha YZF1000 motor turining out 168bhp at the rear. I also have a heavily modified ex-UFO YZF750 with a 1000 motor bored out to 1183 with billet jugs, carbon Dymag wheels, Mag RAM swingarm and much more. We just Dyno'd it at 190 BHP at the rear. I also have a number of 99-02 R6's. One of them is also heavily modified in honor of the last owner. I converted it with a Spondon single sided swingarm, custom paintjob, R1 front end and magnesium Marchesini wheels. Yes I am truly a bike nut in every way. I live in North Georgia and ride the mountains at the weekend, I also do quite a few trackdays throughout the year. Hopefully I will bump into some of you in my travels. :)


Those are some cool bikes I see you have a keen eye for craftmanship
and detail. I see those motors are really bumped up with those after market slugs What manufacturer you use for them and what kind are they?
Have you done any mild/serious head work? What shop do you use for the motor work? I live live in Newyork currently own a 87 fzr 1000 with 5000 miles on it i'm the original owner.I had a 04 r1 with 2 brothers carbon fibre exhaust
fender eliminator kit smoked wind screen which been sold last summer.

I been also looking a those spondon swing arms but the standard braced version for my fzr never got around to ordering it. just decided to check them out today and saw your r6 write up. I kind of was chasing a ghost i had a guy in texas making me some custom pistons and doing some head work for me still trying to contact him.
 
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