sell it and buy a track bike without a title and save yourself A LOT of money.
I track my '11 all the time with more miles than that.Hi fellow ZX6Rs i want to make my 07 zx6r into a track bike in the near future but i feel like my bike would have too many miles to put the strain on the engine lol. currently it has almost 24,000 miles. What do you guys think? Any helpful advice on this?
Skip the engine/drive train stuff for now and start with the suspension. A good aftermarket shock and the correct springs for your weight in the forks will do more good on the track than the stuff you listed.Awesome thanks guys!! Some mods im thinking about is a full 2bros exhaust(mostly cause at Laguna seca has an extremely serious Db reading of 90db and with the P1X insert it's at like 89db, pcv, k&n race filter, -1 +2 sprocket change. And other fun thing s I could add?
Don't worry about making it faster, it doesn't translate to you being faster.Awesome thanks guys!! Some mods im thinking about is a full 2bros exhaust(mostly cause at Laguna seca has an extremely serious Db reading of 90db and with the P1X insert it's at like 89db, pcv, k&n race filter, -1 +2 sprocket change. And other fun thing s I could add?
+1my bike has about 25K miles on the motor and still pulls strong. As long you keep up with your maintenance, the bike will run for a long time..
Ohlins might be the best, but they aren't neccesarily the best bang for the buck for your situation. The pros all use Ohlins because Ohlins has the best trackside support with Engineers on hand. When they need technical advice and changes to valving or spring rates at the track it gets done right away. The Ohlins you buy off the shelf for your track bike isn't the same thing the pros are running with anyways. For 2/3 to 1/2 the price of an ohlins you can get an Elka shock that is setup from the factory specifically for your weight and riding style. Penske has options also that might be better bang for the buck.And thanks for the advice in parts ive been looking into ohlins since theybRebthe best suspension out there! And gear im slowly buying piece by piece.
Your question should be is it worth it to keep your bike? You're going to take a perfectly good street bike, replace a lot of the stock parts, and have a track bike that has a lot of value that's only going to diminish with no return.is that really worth it though? haha i want to keep all my bikes haha