Holy smokes!... Yeah, I've seen pics of Randy's fine work, at this rate the GT will never get its Ohlins fork internals nor its Alpinas.wait until you see what Randy at StradaFab is doing...
I feel your pain. Bought a spaghetti header and now am having a crisis whether to hang it on the GT or the SS...This morning I ran my hand along her fairing, tank, seat and tail as walked in the garage to get my bicycle for the 6 mile pedal to work.
Holy smokes!... Yeah, I've seen pics of Randy's fine work, at this rate the GT will never get its Ohlins fork internals nor its Alpinas.
We bought the SS to be the track day steed with the understanding that shiny bits may encounter pavement, but it's hard to resist the urge to clean up and fix things on her. I also like the option to ride her on the street when the urge is there and would like for her to look her best.
i was going to mention the Adreani internal vs the Ohlins Coconut. in a perfect world both bikes would have all the nice bits and pieces wouldn't they...I feel your pain. Bought a spaghetti header and now am having a crisis whether to hang it on the GT or the SS...
Fortunately I already have the Alpinas and Adreani internals!
I dunno, but I think that might look bloody awesome when it is painted up and fitted. Keep us updated.Ever since I stumbled across pics of it I've really liked the look of the enclosed belly pan that Alex Ortner designed for his 908SSP project bike. Pics 1 and 2.
I particularly like the way he designed his belly pan to closely follow the lower contours of both the stator cover and clutch cover.
Airtech offers an oil containment type race belly pan for the 900SS that kinda reminded me of Alex's design so I ordered one. I went with the fiberglass type but they're also available in carbon fiber. Build time was 4 weeks,it arrived today. Pics 3-6.