I'm attempting to assemble an sp2 that can hold its own against the liter bikes of today.
To do this a mixture of weight reduction, increased power and suspension/brakes are the plan.
I would ideally like it to be 180kg wet/140+whp and be composed enough when cornering and on the brakes to do anything I ask of it.
I currently have an sp2 (minus forks, top triple and front brakes) and about half of an sp1. The sp2 is the interesting one. Mods so far are:
- emissions delete
- cf snorkel
- pc3 usb
- sato rear sets
- sato banzai slip ons in Ti (shortened)
- cf fairings
- ohlins shock (need to change spring for my weight)
- dk link
- carrozzeria v-track wheels
- Durbahn cf dummy tank and airbox
- Custom Al underseat fuel tank (replaces subframe as well)
- Wiseco 12.7:1 pistons
- HRC replica front mount rad setup
The plan is to use the forks (need to respring for my weight), brakes and miscellaneous hardware from the sp1 to complete the sp2 and sell everything else:
(low km engine, wiring harness, hindle slip ons for sp2, the cnc machined sp1 triples (if I cant make them work with an sp2 stem), my spare sp2 frame (no swing arm), cluster, fairings (if I can make a deal on a cf set I'm looking at), spare headlights)
These are all pictures that the previous owner took prior to me purchasing it. It is in basically the same state while I get the last of the parts I need for the initial assembly.