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I have a lot of extra parts laying around, almost enough for another race bike, so I figured I'd build another one. 2nd gen 05 frame and motor.

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Swapping out an untitled frame for a titled frame I picked up.


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Now the hardest part of this build for me, electrical. Turning this stock harness into a stripped race harness with the bare necessities.

The end wiring diagram, used from LWTRACER, is the goal Im shooting for.


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Proving to be a challenge, but making progress none the less.


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Anyone know what this is? And is it needed?


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Wiring harness is done, now fingers crossed that it all works. Installed subframe, swing arm (with stock shock for now, looking for a good deal on Penski or Ohlins), and wired it all up. Still need a good radiator, but the damaged one I have will work for now to see if the wiring harness was done right.


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Its been a pain trying to get the throttle bodies in. Never had this much trouble before any tips?


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Well I got it put together and apparently I stuck with wiring. Nothing has power. Back to the drawing board and try again I guess. I'll figure it out eventually.


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Wiring harness is done, now fingers crossed that it all works. Installed subframe, swing arm (with stock shock for now, looking for a good deal on Penski or Ohlins), and wired it all up. Still need a good radiator, but the damaged one I have will work for now to see if the wiring harness was done right.


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Looking good! I have a Penske double clicker for sale for $600. Just serviced by Zoran with zero miles on it.
 

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Looking good! I have a Penske double clicker for sale for $600. Just serviced by Zoran with zero miles on it.
Thanks you. I just bought a Penski double clicker a few weeks ago.

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Well it's been confirmed I suck with electrical. My mission to make a race harness failed for now. I just installed a new uncut harness, just waiting for the woodcraft ignition delete. Also, I have a Penski rear shock that I'm sending in with the front forks to be serviced then they'll go on with the new, used, vortex clipons.

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Additionally, I picked up a set of used GSXR1000 body work ill be fitting on it.


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Parts still needed:
Front rotors
Chain
Front master cylinder
Rearset
Exhaust
Gas cap
Side stand switch delete
Brake guard

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Penski, needs to be sent off for refresh.


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