I would also like to see a build thread. I have yet to run mine at the track, but plan on it before the end of the season.
It is much easier to ride than my SBK on track, although not as fast. If you do it, I suggest setting your suspension up for it to your liking depending on your riding style and just enjoy it for what it is. I've had it on a few tracks and you can give 600 and liter bikes hell on most tracks.
If I did an actual build, I'd have to give the back story on the original mods and how the accident affected my choices but here's a little bit about it.
When bike was totaled, I assessed what it would realistically need and waited to see how much they wanted for it. It was a steal so I said sure. The bike had sliders everywhere so most of the damage was cosmetic. I knew at a minimum I would only need a dash, handlebar clamp, front and side fairings, harness (or repair harness) and possibly a frame if it was really f'ed. Forks ended up being ok. It's an '09 S so it has Kayaba forks which are rebuildable. It already had an Ohlins SS valve kit in it so I sent the forks off to be checked and had Ohlins springs put in for track use only. I had the shock rebuilt as well.
I figured I'd use this opportunity to start learning about data acquisition so instead of buying an OEM dash, I went aftermarket. The dash is now an AIM G Dash with EVO 4 Datalogger and Microtec ECU. I stripped a stock harness and completely rebuilt it into a custom harness with color coding for the data logging and factory connectors everywhere.
Originally I had the 6.4 gal tank with TPO velocity stacks and custom filter setup. I sold the tank after the accident (no more street riding) and went with the Corse Dynamics stacks instead.
I put it all back together to test it out and went down the street. Apparently that dent in the frame was as bad as I didn't want to think it was
So stripped it all down to bare frame and am awaiting a new one. In the meantime, I'm gathering more parts and doing some "mild" motor work.
I'll try to start a build thread maybe next week if work ever slows down.