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post #11 of 36 Old 05-24-2016, 08:26 AM
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More parts showed up today. This time from Hard Racing

Galfer brake lines



Installed rear line



My favorite magic brake fluid. I work for BMW and we use this stuff for some of the ///M cars. I use it in all my bikes.



Brembo master cylinder. Couldnt install the front brake line because its made for a stock master cylinder. Brembos mount on the bottom instead of the side, so the bend for the fitting is wrong. Im waiting to hear back about getting a new line.

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I think the 15s and 16s are the same, other than the colors.
So, I talked it over with my wife, and unfortunately, I don't have the money right now. All I could spare for parts is $150, which I assume would not be enough. Thank you anyways, and best of luck with the build.

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I was wondering if you will be parting out the light switch that controls the turn signals, pass, and head lights to the left of the clutch lever? If so, how much? I am located in Arlington, TX 76011.
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Does anyone one of the experts here know if 2016 fairings fit correctly on a 2015? From what I've heard, the only differences with the 2016 model is the color options.

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Only difference is colors. All parts are interchangeable.

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Good to know! When my situation changes, I'll check back to see if op still has anything.

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I was wondering if you will be parting out the light switch that controls the turn signals, pass, and head lights to the left of the clutch lever? If so, how much? I am located in Arlington, TX 76011.
Sorry, I cut the connector off that harness.

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Ok, got a few more things put on this weekend.

Got the bodywork mocked up and drilled before I get it painted. Armour Bodies supersport kit.



Put on the Woodcraft rearsets.





Installed the Woodcraft ignition delete harness. This is probably my favorite thing so far because its super easy to install and saves a ton of time cutting and soldering ignition switches, like previous bikes.

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Sigh.... Kinda in a holding pattern right now. I bought those R3 specific clip-ons from Woodcraft, before I read the clip-on thread and before I knew about JBluetooth's site. Obviously, they arent going to work for a race bike, so Im exchanging them for the 41mm universal ones. My gas tank is on hold waiting to get a ring welded on to mount the dry break. My fork internals, Penske shock and Bazzaz are at a friends shop waiting for all the previously mentioned stuff to get done.

If youre looking into building a race bike, check out http://www.yamahar3racing.com/ before you order parts. He has a lot of good info and parts on there that will save you a bunch of time and money trying to figure out what you need to build a good bike. Im sure all of you know this already, but there might be someone (like me) that wasnt aware.

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In other news, I figured out that you dont have to take the front caliper off to remove the front wheel. Also, if you wanted to safety wire your front axle nut to one of the caliper bolts, you can flip the axle so that the nut is on the caliper side, without any issues.

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