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2007 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Modifications

-2011 GSX-R 1000 front brake calipers, Monoblock (Same Pads)
-Black braided brake lines (Individual front lines)
-EBC Ultralight front rotors
-2011 GSX-R 1000 rear brake caliper, lighter (Smaller Pad)
-520 Gold RK chain
-Ultralight Vortex rear sprocket (+2)
-Front sprocket (-1)
-Double bubble clear windscreen
-Brushed aluminum adjustable clutch and brake levers
-Rebuilt front forks 7.5wt oil
-Lithium lightweight battery
-Mosfet rectifier with dedicated fused harness
-Dynojet research Power Commander 3 USB w/download tune
-PAIR blockoff / Emissions delete / Cat delete
-Delkevic shorty single muffler
-SET (Exhaust butterfly) delete
-High watt H7 lamps, LED rear turn signals, LED tail light flasher
-2011 GSX-R 1000 heel guards
-New brake master cylinder (Suzuki Recall)
-New aluminum radiator
-Complete de-badge with white bodywork
-Custom adjustable angle license plate mount
-Michelin Pilot Road 3 tires
-Aftermarket gear shift lever
-Frame and swing arm sliders
-Brake Guard Lever
 

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I'm installing a new OEM clutch next week, new grips, going to switch to GP shifting and try that out, and now I'm learning suspension setup. Oh and I would like to get the tank grip stuff but I think their ugly, any recommendations?
 

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what is the mileage you putting on the 1K that causing for a OEM clutch replacement? the tank grip? don't have one installed so can't really say. I just like to bump the tank naked :oops:
 

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Its the original clutch and I can feel its on its last leg, my odo says 49k miles but its way off because of my sprockets. My dash says I'm going around 25mph faster than what I'm really doing. Its been that way before I bought the bike so its added a ton of miles. The guy I bought it from said its probably around 25k-30k miles, I don't think I will ever sell her so the incorrect miles doesn't really bother me. I also want to replace the clutch to learn how wet clutches work.
I have read from professional riders that tank grips are a must, anyone using tank grips?
 

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Don’t know what kind of riding you do but, you Could also do a clutch mod (slipper delete), heavy duty clutch springs while your In there as well. Tank grips are pretty good, could go with the clear or black to blend in better and even cut it smaller as well (y)
 
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