A flat piece of aluminum barstock that I powdercoated black and used the two threaded holes in the bottom of the triple to attach (the holes were from the stock clipons).How's the camera mounted?
Just a little motorwork...more to come tomorrow...Wow, what are you doing?
Actually, the better question may be, what AREN'T you doing?
Well it will be a combination of compression bump and the cams being dialed in but yes, I am anxious to see how it will perform.Very nice work!
I am interested to see the bump in power that the thinner head gasket will produce. A slight bump in compression can go a long way!
No. Time and budget did not allow to get the head milled at this point. Typically only .010 is removed so it isn't the end of the world. While not ideal, this will get me some gains as the difference between the stock headgasket and the new one is substantial.No machine work to the cylinder head? Any other adjustments needed for the gasket?
OEM cams are required by the rules of my bracket. Thankfully Kawasaki factory cams come with adjustable gears. Most other bikes cant take advantage of degreeing camshafts in the SuperSport bracket.Cool Stuff. Are you using stock, factory cams or are there aftermarket cams available? Are aftermarket cams legal for racing?
Our class spec fuel is 93 octane Sunoco pump gas. You do not need to run race fuel with this build which is one of the main reasons I did the mod. I still run this for track days/instructing and did not want to burn through 1000's of dollars in race fuel per season.what fuel do you run? does swapping a thinner headgasket require the use of race fuel?