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Old 03-14-2012, 01:48 PM   #1
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600 SRAD aftermarket parts

hello everyone!!

My bike is already pretty modified and custom, but i was wondering if anyone out there knows a good site, or couple of sites, to buy aftermarket parts for a 600 Srad, preferably in the UK

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Old 03-14-2012, 03:15 PM   #2
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Re: 600 SRAD aftermarket parts

Try Daz at http://www.meltedsliders.co.uk/

His site is not running atm but you can always give him a call.

Most of the stuff he sells is second hand and some aftermarket stuff also, great guy to deal with also.

Depends what kind of aftermarket stuff you're after.
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Old 03-14-2012, 04:12 PM   #3
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Re: 600 SRAD aftermarket parts

ah thanks buddy, to be fair im after anything, simple stuff to replace my current old parts with wear and tear, like heel guards etc....

also im looking for undertrays, huggers, and im trying to find those heel guards with the "gsxr" cut into them, not sure if you can buy them standard, or if they are specially made.
but ill call that fella
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Old 03-14-2012, 06:20 PM   #4
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Daz would be ideal for what you need.....those heel plates, i actually gave them away to someone.
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Re: 600 SRAD aftermarket parts

oh no your kidding! i would have paid for them hahaha.
ah well nevermind.
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Old 03-15-2012, 10:10 AM   #6
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I can tell from that super high performance exhaust mod, that lazer cut heel guard would be next on your list of performance goods!
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Old 03-15-2012, 02:52 PM   #7
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are you being sarcastic?
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^^^ lol....don't mind him....he's our local poet and funny guy.
Had you been a member from across the pond, i'd have recommemnded MR. SRADIATOR!
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hahaha fair enough.
guess im gonna have to get used to all this still
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Old 03-15-2012, 08:44 PM   #10
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http://www.demon-tweeks.co.uk/motorcycle
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I can tell from that super high performance exhaust mod, that lazer cut heel guard would be next on your list of performance goods!
Second to blue tire tread paint!
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Old 03-16-2012, 07:31 AM   #12
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thanks for the constructive feedback, here i thought this was a forum for people who could help each other and talk about simmilar interests.
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Old 03-16-2012, 08:19 AM   #13
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thanks for the constructive feedback, here i thought this was a forum for people who could help each other and talk about simmilar interests.
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Calm down!!

Some mod there bike for looks, some mod it for performance and some just ride it how it is as hard as possible!!

Exhaust i'm not a fan of, but each to their own . What I would like to hear about is the performance mods you have had done, that would be of interest to more people than the other mods
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Re: 600 SRAD aftermarket parts

Impressive numbers from a 600, my 750 with a few bits done was only pushing out 110 last month so mine must be on the edge of giving up
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Re: 600 SRAD aftermarket parts

Let me be the first to call bullshit.
There is no remapping a carbed bike.
There is no such thing as a Yoshimura powercommander, they are Dynojet and no for carbed 600 anyway.
No way an srad 600 could ever reaching 181, even the 750 couldn't, especially considering the gearing has been altered to further lower top speed.
Also calling get bs on the 120 hp, unless it was on a wonderfully generous Dynojet dyno, in perfect conditions, which can read 10% off anyway... Rather than a eddy Current dyno.
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Old 03-16-2012, 09:53 AM   #17
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Re: 600 SRAD aftermarket parts

I thought you could flash the 600 ecu, or am I thinking of another?

Could it be a yoshi ecu under the seat?

Mine was on a Dynojet dyno, Daz's is known to read a little low.
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Re: 600 SRAD aftermarket parts

its not bullshit. i see where your coming from. it wasnt me who did the engine stuff, it was my mate, who had it before me, so i could be wrong about the power commander on mine, maybe its a stage 1 dynojet or whatever, but you are wrong about yoshi not doing a power commander, the friend i just mentioned has one on his GSX 1400 and ill get a photo to prove it
also, im not lying about the 180 either, i think i got it wrong about the sprockets... maybe it was more teeth on the rear.
anyway as soon as i pick the certificate up ill scan it and upload it for you.
you havent pissed me off.
but i dont bullshit. type "crazycurtis28" into youtube and youll see the video of both bikes mentioned on the rolling road
and i promise ill get the certificate to prove the top speed
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its not bullshit. i see where your coming from. it wasnt me who did the engine stuff, it was my mate, who had it before me, so i could be wrong about the power commander on mine, maybe its a stage 1 dynojet or whatever, but you are wrong about yoshi not doing a power commander, the friend i just mentioned has one on his GSX 1400 and ill get a photo to prove it
also, im not lying about the 180 either, i think i got it wrong about the sprockets... maybe it was more teeth on the rear.
anyway as soon as i pick the certificate up ill scan it and upload it for you.
you havent pissed me off.
but i dont bullshit. type "crazycurtis28" into youtube and youll see the video. of both bikes mentioned on the rolling road
and i promise ill get the certificate to prove the top speed
I am just going off your words..
You said it had been remapped: no such thing on you 600
And no you cant reflash the old cdi, it is not the same as a ecu.
You said it had a Yoshimura powercommander commander. You can have one on a carbed 600,as a PC controls fuel INJECTION..now you say it might be a Dynojet Stage 1 kit (completely different product from different manufacturer for different fuel system).
I am not wrong about Yoshimura not making a powercommander, it is a trademarked name by Dynojet.. Yoshimura does make this own cdi and ecu, but that is not the same is it?
Your friend has a Katana 1400? Or does he have a Hyabusa? Because you wrote GSX, NOT GSXR........ see the difference? Specifics make a difference.
Oh, there is no way, on a real eddy Current dyno, that your600 has 120 at the rear wheel, unless you have an ex WSS motor, or your motor is a non srad 600.
If you can get a radar certificate of a genuine high speed pass, avg both ways, at the speed you claim, I will kiss your naked ass and let ARMI, John, Scoobisnack, speedy, or anyone else over there photograph the event and post pic's on GDC at my next trip to the UK.
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Old 03-16-2012, 10:36 AM   #20
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Re: 600 SRAD aftermarket parts

I know I had a huge spike in power (about 10) with my clutch slip so could be to do with that??
The top speed would be purely the back wheel with no resistance from the front, no resistance trying to push the.bike through the air and without the motor having to drag you around. So yes it could be that but you would be lucky to get to 150 on the road!!

How was the fueling on the run. I have some work to do to level the a/f mixture in the midrange.
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