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TT Formula 1 bike now up for sale

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full spec as follows

GSXR 1000 K2 race bike


178 hp and 98 lbft at rear wheel (on Hobbsport Dyno)
Hobbsport Racing tuned engine. Full spec; engine has kent cams, fully blueprinted with gas flowed and ported head, 3 angle valve seats, raised compression, manual cam chain tensioner, new valves, springs and collets, yosh race 32 bit ECU revs to 13,500 rpm, Yoshi race loom, Yoshi head gasket, power commander, Uprated clutch ,secondary throttle bodies removed etc.

520 race chain with talon sprockets
NRC engine case savers
Yosh full race trioval exhaust system
QB carbon large capacity air box
QB carbon factory air tubes
Reworked race component forks
ohlins shock (reworked by Kais)
Yoshi/crescent shock linkage
PFM narrow track superbike brakes on front with spare discs on wheels
AP racing master cylinder with adjustable ratios etc
brembo brake with wavy disc on rear
Spondon "factory" strengthened swingarm with quick release fittings
Spondon braced and strengthened frame
race subframe
promach rearsets
promach yokes
ohlins steering damper
harris clipons
harris fairing bracket
2 sets of 17 inch OZ wheels in black (spare set has brake discs front and rear)
3 Sets of bodywork, a black set with QB Carbon 24 litre carbon tank, a full set of painted spare bodywork in yellow and black colour scheme with matching standard tank (bodywork never been fitted to the bike), plus a new set of bodywork (in white, never fitted to bike) plus two double bubble screens
Crash bungs
New battery
rear stand to go with the spondon swing arm
front stand (fits through the frame and allows complete access to the front of the bike without hindrance)

Cost over £22,000 to build, asking price £10,250

Buyer is responsible for all shipping and the bike is in the United Kingdom

email me at [email protected]
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