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We have a lot of product for the Strreetfighter in stock.
so we replaced what we thought would make the biggest difference first.

Here are the results after our first day:

BST CF 7 spoke "Street" Front Wheel: 848, 1098, 1198, Streetfighter, HM


BST CF 7 spoke "Street" Rear Wheel: 1098, 1198, Streetfighter

We also added a pair of RHINOMOTO Front Axle Slider: Ducati 1098/848 and a CF Front Fender "Diversion"


The OBERON Clutch Slave Cylinder 29mm will reduce the lever effort by about 30%. It has become our favorite because it is easir to find neutral than the 30mm slave cylinders , the finish and color selection is good. The price is 35% less than the others as well.

A SPEEDYMOTO "Leggero" Sprocket Cover replaces the original plastic sprocket.

We reversed the linkage so we could get "racer" shifting. We will add a reverse shift lever later.


The MW Folding Clutch Lever: 999/1098/S4RS/HM-Black allow us to adjust to a more comfortable position. The folding feature reduces the likely hood of breaking the lever which can leave you stranded far from home or end your track day.


The OBERON "Bar End" Turn Signals: Black/Pr and CRG Blindsight Mirror are our favorites for turn signals and mirrors. They are hardly noticable when on the bike--yet the mirrors provide a very good view of traffic behind you. The turn signals on the barends light up front and back and can be seen day or night.
 

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We installed a Termi slip-on system for now.

Quat D is making a very interesting modular system for the Streetfighter that will allow you to use the same cannisters in three different configurations: STD position, Higher position with new midpipe (where the top pipe will be mounted above the current top pipe) and a full system with one cannister on each side using all new pipe.



When we have some more time, we'd like to fit the SPEEDYMOTO Billet Clutch Case
Carbon Belt covers off of a 1098 were installed (CF Belt Cover Set: 1098-1198 ). We had to make a new vent screen because the 1098/1198 version is much larger. We prefer this version because it eliminates the two "hot-wheels"pulley shaped indentions on the SF covers.
We are making an Ohlins steering damper fit kit for the Streetfighter.








We are making an Ohlins steering damper fit kit for the Streetfighter.




We replaced the reservoir covers with Billet Reservoir Covers: SF, MTS
Just got a few of these carbon pieces in:

CF Radiator guards: Streetfighter:


CF Heatshield: Streetfighter:


CF Keyguard: Streetfighter. :


CF Sprocket Cover: 'Closed' 1098/848 :


CF Chain Guard Cover: 848-1198, SF :



Under tail (2 pieces):




CF Undertray: Streetfighter

Under tank:


CF Lower Tank Panels: Streetfighter
 

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End of our first day:









Leftover parts from out-patient surgery:





SPEEDYMOTO Billet H2O Pump Housing: '02+
SPEEDYMOTO Frame Sliders: 1098,999,749S/R,998
SPEEDYMOTO Crankcase End Cover: Coat of Arrms




We used the CF Rear Hugger: 1098/848 "Short" . It has a mounting hole in the wrong place--so we used double sided tape to mount the 3rd point. We'll fit the extra hole with a bolt head. We'll have a more couple new fender options soon. We just wanted to get rid of that huge fender.



SPEEDYMOTO Clutch Pressure Plate: Shinobi Pro

SPEEDYMOTO Clutch Spring/Keepers Kit

SPEEDYMOTO Clutch Cover: "7 Spoke"







We are working on a radiator cover to hide some of the hoses:


Just got a batch of the R&G Tail Tidy/ Licence Plate: Streetfighter in.







Th R&G has provisions for Turn signals. You can cut them off, if you don't need them. It is in a very visible location so you should not get bothered by police. It comes with a little cover to hide the wiring and a brake light. It has a nice black powder coated finish. It is a decent value.
 

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Our original prototype for our Motowheels Plate relocator:Streetfighter :







It sits back a little further- so some cops may not like it. It's lighter, has vent holes for the regulator. We are using the OBERON "Bar End" Turn Signals: Black/Pr that sjine front and back- so no need for any turn signals in the back right now.

We swapped out the reservoirs:


RIZOMA Med Billet Reservoir- Horizontal: Black


RIZOMA Lrg Billet Reservoir: Black




Here are a few pictures taken before Speedymoto picked up the bike.

















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Test fitting our prototype back for the Motowheels Plate relocator:Streetfighter :









 

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We are working on a high pipe system this week for the Streetfighter:










The exhaust system will be available in September
Motowheels High Pipe Exhaust System . Contact us for special pricing on pre-orders.


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We installed the R&G Radiator Cover: Streetfighter on the bike today. It was a simple install using zip ties since the motor is out of the frame. The 2 piece screen covers the top and bottom radiators. The bottom was bent the wrong way which exposes the unfinished side - we are getting a replacement bottom cover fron R&G.




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While taking apart the SF we found a heavy steel plate under the ignition. I'm assuming it was for security purposes.





Since it weighs about 3/4 of a lb, we put it in our SF spare parts bin.

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While the bike is apart we are found some other places to save weight.

We dropped about 7 lbs with the SpeedCell SBK Battery .
One zip tie holds it in place.


 

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The bike has been apart for awhile for paint.




We went with a Yakuza inspired "Tattoo" theme since it is a "Streetfighter"...:)



We painted the frame red:


added a few items to the bike as we were putting it together:

DRIVEN Front Sprocket: Testastretta/ DS 14T-525


We installed the superlight Corse 4 Spring Slipper Clutch w/ Surflex Plates and a
RCM Billet Clutch Cover "Open Air" . I like the black clutch cover with this red clutch and black case.





The "CORSE" Streetfighter Rear Sets went on as well. These allowed me to move the rear sets back a little which made it a little more comfortable on my lower back. The right side has plenty of heel clearance. The pegs provide plenty of grip.









We added more carbon:

CF Instrument Cover: Streetfighter


We put some Thermotec foil on the back of this piece because gets really hot:

CF Headpipe Heatshield: 848, 1098, 1198, SF



Added some BRAKETECH "AXIS" Iron Front Rotor : 749/999/1098/848/S4RS to go with our matte finish BST CF 7 spoke "Street" Front Wheel: 848, 1098, 1198, Streetfighter, HM, M1100

We cut out the intakes and added a screen to make a little more noise:
 

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Body Work

Dan Tapia did the paint job. He created the "Yakuza Tattoo" artwork by hand then cut out vinyl templates on a plotter. The "tattoo art" is gloss black with a little bit of pearl so the graphics would match the carbon fiber panels better.






















-M
 

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Wow, what a transformation!
 
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