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This is a discussion about My new (to me) zx10r dragbike project woohoo!! within the 1000's section, where you will 1 Liter Bike Talk for.... Suzuki, Kawasaki, Honda, Yamaha; Originally Posted by Kawboy10 ya cool that sounds awesome to me..there are 3 nice 1/4 tracks near me as well so i will definatly be getting lots of seat time which i never really got

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kawboy10 View Post
    ya cool that sounds awesome to me..there are 3 nice 1/4 tracks near me as well so i will definatly be getting lots of seat time which i never really got alot of when i was swb it was like wheelie shift wheelie shift i cant wait to launch from 10grand and not worry about slippin the crap outta my clutch ...what clutch pack do you guys run i'm thinkin of getting the basket welded and bigger rivets by hays as well...

    What tracks do you run? The Drag pack from cycle concepts has worked great.
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    Whats the issue with the stator?? I havent heard this....
    2006 ninja 636......60", nos, tune, bolt on's
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    With racing and life there are challenges with a lot to still learn and but i'm getting there....[/B]

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpinesupra View Post
    Whats the issue with the stator?? I havent heard this....
    on the gen1 zx10's check out this link

    Gen 1: 2004-2005 Generator repair bulletin - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetride10r View Post
    What tracks do you run? The Drag pack from cycle concepts has worked great.
    i'm definately saving my $ and gonna get the DragPack for sure.what do you guys recommend using for the basket.i dont think my budget is going to be able to get a billet one but i dont want to have it break and take the motor out either.......as far as tracks close to me .we have st thomas dragway 1/4mi my good friend is buying this track which we still cant believe!!,,needs lots of work but he is doing a really good job making it better and safer... and grandbend motorplex 1/4mi.and toronto motorsports park 1/4mi...and as far as the project progress the mailman came today with a package from cookmaster.....sidewinder!!!,i just had to go downstairs and put it on and see how it looks...thanks again cook
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    hell yeah man. as far as the basket goes just make sure to get the rivets welded and you should be good.

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    What rear sets are those??
    2006 ninja 636......60", nos, tune, bolt on's
    2005 ninja zx10r..... The Rescue Bike.....68", geared, nos, bolt on's, stock motor for now
    With racing and life there are challenges with a lot to still learn and but i'm getting there....[/B]

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpinesupra View Post
    What rear sets are those??
    they are valter moto ..got them on egay a couple weeks ago from a guy in england ,man they are light as a feather ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by cookmaster301 View Post
    hell yeah man. as far as the basket goes just make sure to get the rivets welded and you should be good.
    ya big guy thats what i hear the general rule with a 10 basket is ,get the rivets welded or replace with bigger rivets and welded..i think i'm gonna save over winter and get hays machine to get the basket beefed up..that way i know i'm safe as far as the basket goes....this little old 10 aint gonna make enough power to break the basket anyway..lol...
    04 zx10r street
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    always remember "chrome don't get ya home" and "if it don't go chrome it"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kawboy10 View Post
    ya big guy thats what i hear the general rule with a 10 basket is ,get the rivets welded or replace with bigger rivets and welded..i think i'm gonna save over winter and get hays machine to get the basket beefed up..that way i know i'm safe as far as the basket goes....this little old 10 aint gonna make enough power to break the basket anyway..lol...
    the gen1 baskets dont seem to have the issues the gen2 baskets have from what I have seen.

    Those rearset look killer how far back are they from stock location?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetride10r View Post
    the gen1 baskets dont seem to have the issues the gen2 baskets have from what I have seen.

    Those rearset look killer how far back are they from stock location?
    the rearsets are 5 1/2" back from the centre of the top mount bolt on the frame to the centre of the footpeg..i dont know how high compared to stock cause i dont have any to compare to,but they seemed like nice dragpegs cause they dont have the adjustable mounting plates so it kinda cleans up the look i think
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    i just noticed, i like the redbull can as your over flow tank
    2006 ninja 636......60", nos, tune, bolt on's
    2005 ninja zx10r..... The Rescue Bike.....68", geared, nos, bolt on's, stock motor for now
    With racing and life there are challenges with a lot to still learn and but i'm getting there....[/B]

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpinesupra View Post
    i just noticed, i like the redbull can as your over flow tank
    ya that was there from when it was a track bike i'm gonna leave it on just so when i look at it i will remember just how much work and changes i've done to the bike...should be a monster for a kawi tho...
    04 zx10r street
    04 10r drag "johnny cash" the bike in black..
    always remember "chrome don't get ya home" and "if it don't go chrome it"

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    damn that kaw is coming along good so far man. Looks like you getting it ready for another addition hmmmm haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by nokturnalmagic View Post
    damn that kaw is coming along good so far man. Looks like you getting it ready for another addition hmmmm haha
    you know it buddy...a much longer addition ..thanks alot man..
    04 zx10r street
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    always remember "chrome don't get ya home" and "if it don't go chrome it"

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    Well after looking at a bunch of dragbikes i noticed most guys are running rearsets that are lower to the ground to make it easier to get your feet on the pegs and well mine were roadrace setup and went up higher for cornering.... and i was wanting to change my airshifter setup aswell.....i have the muzzys brackets and they worked perfect but i just wanted something different...after studying ie having a beer looking at my rearsets hmmm idea flip them from side to side and well this is the result...if you guys see any issues i may face please feel free to let me know before its to late ...lol..the only bummer is the valter moto logo is now upside down oh well...what do ya do
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    04 zx10r street
    04 10r drag "johnny cash" the bike in black..
    always remember "chrome don't get ya home" and "if it don't go chrome it"

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