Hard to tell from your pics but that looks like the OEM titanium headers and a TRC slipon. The chain (maybe an EK ZVX2 or ZVX3) looks dirty and not well maintained. You could clean/lube it and check how much it's stretched. But you might also consider replacing it. The OEM rear sprocket was 42T, so it's been replaced. Possibly the front sprocket has been changed too. Things seem to be starting to rust. The Yoshimura front clamp has a steel T-bolt that rusts up/seizes. There are stainless equivalents. The header to cylinder head bolts have a small amount of rust. This can be a big problem if they seize so this wouldn't be a bad time to check that they come out. A small amount of antiseize on reinstallation wouldn't hurt (reduce the torque). A general cleaning may be in order. We've previously discussed the handlebar risers.
Thanks on the headers- does TRC make the Yoshi Carbon slip on?
Here is what I found on the sprocket size, cut and pasted out of a chart:
Gsxr 1000 2001-2006; 17 Front, 42 Rear, 110 Links, 530 Pitch
Gsxr 1000 2007-2008; 17 Front, 43 Rear, 110 Links, 530 Pitch
I'll keep in mind about the seizing metals- esp. when different types. From my sailing experience- especially when sailing in salt water, seizing was very common.
I still have some really nice copper based anti-seize compound I'll use when I need to.
Overall the bike is very clean, that close up really did show the chain grime however.
I have the stock clips ons and upper triple- I plan on trying both and deciding. The cables/wires fit either set up, so changing will be rather easy.
** I"m also contemplating flipping the bars over, which will which will still put it about an inch above the clip on height.- with my short arms- this may be the ticket!
That is a stock exhaust manifold with a slip-on
Thanks for the info- It looks large and free flowing- with the Yoshi carbon slip on
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And thanks for the support