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post #11 of 1278 (permalink) Old Oct 12th, 2008, 4:20 pm
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Here's a couple from the last track day. I picked up some used sharkskinz fairings (red/black) but haven't had time to fit the tail yet.




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great pics guys!!!, i dont have any digital pics of me on my old 996 when i raced that so here is a pic of me on my current race/track bike a 2001 h**a rs125. My 999 is street duty only for now.



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Nikos, the rear shot is cool
Thanks Ben, I like that shot too . It might not be visible, but I was actually struggling for grip at the time , was testing my entry/exit line in those couple of corners and I was going on the "dirty" part of the track for a couple of laps .

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Go with Shark skins Body work. I have seen the rest but the best is SharkSkins.
A bit pricey but for a reason. They crash great, paint great and fit great!
If I'm not wrong you got BrakeTech's rotors in the front, right ? What calipers+pads are you running ? The rotors are Iron or SS ? How do you like the setup you have ? (I have recently installed the BrakeTech Iron rotors and used the XRAC pads in the endurance race. Will test the CP211's soon).

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If I'm not wrong you got BrakeTech's rotors in the front, right ? What calipers+pads are you running ? The rotors are Iron or SS ? How do you like the setup you have ? (I have recently installed the BrakeTech Iron rotors and used the XRAC pads in the endurance race. Will test the CP211's soon).

BTW great pics Christian
Yes, Braketech Axis full floating ductile iron rotors up front and Ferodo Brake pads.
I believe the front Calipers are the stock ones that came on the 03 999.

Been tracking the 999 so much that I have been spoiled with the braking.
I took the 02 998S Bayliss out and in comparison it just doesn't hold a candle to the 999's set up.

Thanks for the kind words on the pics. First season tracking for me and I've really been working on my BP. Trying to get more lean and not so much of my ass off the seat

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This was with my 998R (street bike#132/700) she´s like new with only about 4000kilometers, with very few mods and i don´t want to take her out again for the track... I only ride it 2Trackdays... and then i changed back to the original carbon farings!

This fiber farings where inspired in one of the bikes from MOTOCORSE

Some pictures i have of a couple of Trackdays...











Some months ago i have found another 998R(#516/700), and now i´m building this one only for track... i didn´t tried it yet, i´m finishing the engine with high comp pistons from Pistal Racing... this one have more work in mods!

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And one more just for kicks. Not a trackday, but more of a late-night-parking-deck-fiddy-racing night...


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MR Gonzo, Awfully good form, for a level 1 rider! Was that your first track day or something? Don't you belong in level 3 with the fast guys?

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