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post #161 of 167 (permalink) Old 07-21-2014, 02:56 AM
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I'm in Europe and the championship is called ROSBK (Romanian Superbike).

If you guys think it would be better to post somewhere else, I will do it, but I thought it's OK here. Just let me know.

The bike has new wheel bearings (all balls), fresh fluids, powercommander with custom built map, race clipons , race levers, 520 chain, pbm/talon sprockets, race fairings, race seat, high temp brake fluid, race pads (CL), iridium sparkplugs, MIVV exhaust, new clutch and K&N air filter.

I feel the need of a quick shifter and a pair of race footpegs but for the moment I manage without them.

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I'm in Europe and the championship is called ROSBK (Romanian Superbike).

If you guys think it would be better to post somewhere else, I will do it, but I thought it's OK here. Just let me know.

The bike has new wheel bearings (all balls), fresh fluids, powercommander with custom built map, race clipons , race levers, 520 chain, pbm/talon sprockets, race fairings, race seat, high temp brake fluid, race pads (CL), iridium sparkplugs, MIVV exhaust, new clutch and K&N air filter.

I feel the need of a quick shifter and a pair of race footpegs but for the moment I manage without them.

Its just that it would had gotten more attention from other racers instead of most trackday riders, this section is more dedicated to those who have never been on the track before, thats all. Either way well try and help you as much as we can


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post #163 of 167 (permalink) Old 07-21-2014, 05:38 AM
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Yes, you are right.

Thank you very much for your help guys.

I will post in that section too, get help from both sections
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Yes, you are right.

Thank you very much for your help guys.

I will post in that section too, get help from both sections



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Can anyone please elaborate on why do I have to remove my mirrors on track days?

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As far as I know... It's to prevent glass, plastic, etc. from getting on the track in the case of an accident... Not to mention the fact that if you are on the track you shouldn't be looking anywhere other than ahead of you.


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Can anyone please elaborate on why do I have to remove my mirrors on track days?
Most org make you tape mirrors, you don't have to remove them. as lex said it is to prevent glass from getting on the track in case of a crash AND if you have the mirrors there, you are going to look at them to see what is behind you and you shouldn't be doing that on the track
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