good point.. theres lots of guys out there on the new 05 and guys at the track with 600's will smoke them... when your suspension is setup you will think twice about power vs suspension and experience...Use that money for a race school.
You probably need to get your suspension "dialed in". What's that mean? Getting all of the settings configured to best support your weight and riding style.You are right! I'm not using all the clearance on k3. just want to know how is k5 handling is better than k3? when I enter high speed corner on k3 (especially with breaks)it either too nervous or very heavy with different preload fork setting.
You don't have to shoehorn anything, the block is the same. From what i've read the front forks are basicaly the same, just drop in the right springs for your weight. I'm not sure about the rear, but getting a penske will fix that for 1000.Take your K3 engine and shoehorn it into a K5 frame. Viola!!!