Just spent the last two weeks putting a 2005 GSXR 600 front on my SV. Here are the pics..
Rgr, Lyle Dates?????racing at summit point this year? i'm gonna try to hit all three ccs weekend's.
i'm gonna try to hit as many of the roger lyle dates as possible before the weekends for practice. summit main has always kicked my ass. no husky on that track, it'll be the sv.
roger lyle's motorcycle xcitement runs a trackday during the week, just before a wera or ccs race.Rgr, Lyle Dates?????
Its a possibility but I have to see, Im going to Keith Code in May at VIR. I willl be attending the June VIR dates and I wish the Carolina dates was latter in the year.
Finally you can send the cartridges to Zoran from Twinworks who can do internal lengthening - unfortunately only 5 mm in the newer forks (before, 10 mm were possible). Gettin the cartridges adjusted by Zoran is a good thing anyway, the way i hear it.The bike must be very twichy @ speed. The fork extenders are from Race Tech or Traxxion but not cheap @ around $100 each. Another solution is to increase offset between the forks and the steering stem - requires good machine shop.
Its not necesarry. The 1st gen chassis works very well with the GSXR front end with no problems. The GSXR front end is .75 lbs lighter. (this is the average from 7 GSXR front ends weighed against 2 SV front ends.) No matter what you do to the brakes on the SV they will not be as good as the GSXR. That being said, lots of guys dont need or cant use the extra brakes. Fast lap times can be had with either front end, though the stock front end runs out of talent until you drop a set of AK 20s in. And in the end I firmly believe the GSXR front end is capable of more.The bike must be very twichy @ speed. The fork extenders are from Race Tech or Traxxion but not cheap @ around $100 each. Another solution is to increase offset between the forks and the steering stem - requires good machine shop. Not sure that the GSXR front end is worth all the trouble. I'm actually running G2 forks with ZX6 cartridges. Add a Brembo master and EBC wave rotors/Extreme pro pads and you'll have a better front end without the higher weight of the GSXR unit.