|New 3 Phase Generator, this keeps the battery at 13.8/14.1volts hence the ignition system is always at its optimum. A battery which has 12/13v to start with will drop to 11v or less as soon as the fuel pump kicks in, and even less when the pump is running flat out. The spark is a multiplier of the battery voltage, approx 30,000volts. (2500 times battery voltage). Battery @ 11v = 27500v at plug. Battery @ 14.1v = 35250v at plug. 28% Better! The rotor is 40mm in diameter and weighs only 62g. The windings weigh 300g. Total 362g. This can be offset byfitting a 2.25Kg lighter battery(£26.95) (Performance Gains are 2/4 BHP Rear Wheel)||£390.00|
|Carbon Fibre Fuel Tank (inc. all fittings/fuel cap/breather) to suit Air Box.||£590.00|
Air box as per picture with carbon duct going to the front of bike. Includes all foam, Air filter element(Dual Stage) Plug caps, Box & Duct, Screws & clips.
Air Box, Tank, Duct Duct Entry Ram-Air Systems/Dyno Runs Data Sheet
|Carbon Mudguard, lighter, more areodynamic, 8% better cooling. Includes Fitting Kit. Most people don't understand that for the rad to work best air speed should be as close to 40mph through the rad as possible - so you want to deflect most of the air away from the rad at the front mudguard and close all the gaps leading to the rad so that the air has to slow down to go through.||£145..00|
Full Fairing with enclosed Belly Pan, will fit Std or Kit Radiator, full carbon one that weighs only 1.0Kg at £695
|Copy of Yamaha Kit Air box(This fits inside the std/carbon tank, with or without the duct)||No longer available|
|Carbon Dam to modify Std Tank to use as Air Box top||£18.00|
|Kit rad with cut out for duct.(A Std Rad can be moved down sufficently to clear duct)||£195.00|
|Thermostat to keep the engine at 55/60 Deg.||£24.90|
|Sight Glass to plug starter motor when removed.||£10.79|
|Bellmouths 20mm (Carbon Fibre) Per set.(CV's)||£95.00|
|Bellmouths 30mm (Carbon Fibre) Per set.(FCR's)||£120.00|
|32mm FCR Flat slide Carbs,(as fitted to '95' FZR400RRSp)||£340.00|
|Jets/Needles/Needle Seats/Bellmouths(Carbon) etc. For FCR's (to make these work properly)||£220.00|
|Adjustable pick up with Rotor. Pick up is mounted where genny coils were and is adjustable +/- 8deg. Rotor||£130.00|
|Titanium Yamaha Kit Needles, 5CT-1, and Needle seats Y-O (we hone std ones to Y-O size) (As A Set) This is for CV carbs.Settings||£84.00|
|Main Air Jets (120) for CV carbs. Set of 4 qty||£24.95|
Kit Yamaha Ignition. This is a price for modifying an existing CDI unit to Yamaha Kit spec. Available on an exchange basis - you must send us a functioning CDI.
|Carbon Seat Sub Frame(Alloy) with Seat Unit Carbon Self Supporting.(inc. Exhaust Bracket) Total weight 800g.||£390.00|
|Standard Seat in Carbon. With Intergral Under Tray. Very hard to test an accurate difference in speed, however the bike pulled approximately 200 rpm more down the back straight at Snetterton when when we tested it at the MRO, slip streamers said afterwards that it was more dificult to get a tow? Weight with alloy sub frame 850g. Also keeps all the dirt out of the Cdi and battery box.||
£295.00 inc sub frame
|All carbon self-supporting standard profile seat weighing only 500g and including the under tray. This item is as above but lighter and needs no sub-frame. Built with high-tech lightweight inserts we picked the whole bike up by the back seat (see photos), although I wouldn't recommend this as standard practice. The best option by far if you want / need to keep the standard profile.||£360.00|
|Rear sub frame only (to fit std seat) Alloy. Fast Blue/Black/Gold Anodised. (285g)||£85.00|
|Front Fairing Stay, including Clock Mounts. Also Fast Blue/Black/Gold.||£82.50|
|Alloy Rear suspension Tie Rods.7075T6 Std 158g Alloy 48.5g||£65.00|
|Rear Ride Height Adjuster HE15/MAGNESIUM - allows for fine tuning of ride height according to preference / track.||£65.00|
Titanium valve spring retainers. (If you don't want the Valves and Pistons having a very intimate relationship).
Standard Sp ones are 4.9g these Precision Engineered Titanium retainers are only 2.6g. Increasing spring pre-load by 0.7mm at the same time.
These must be measured after a seasons use. The minimum thickness of the flange is 1.2mm. Titanium Nitrided, Solution Treated and material Spec' changed tests so far have shown no wear at all.Older Retainers can be Ti Nitrided + Sol treated at £4.00 each.
|£268.50 Awaiting new production run|
|We can remachine RR buckets to the same Spec' as Sp ones at a fraction of the cost of new Sp buckets. Per Set of 16. note: Sp buckets are 2g Lighter than RR 11.5/13.5g.||£68.00/Set|
|Valve Springs: RR ones are different and have green paint on them Sp have yellow paint. We Supply Race Kit Yamaha Springs which maintain control of the valves even with high lift cams and 15K+ RPM. Cheap compared to the cost of valves/pistons/con-rods/head etc?||£4.05 each|
|New Billet 7075T6 bottom yoke and spindle. Std is 2.8Kg This is twice as rigid and is only 1.1Kg. These will be anodised in Black.||£395.00|
|Clutch lift thrust bearing.||£28.00|
|Exhaust silencers: Carbon/alloy/titanium.||£158.00/£139.00/£179.00|
"system in light weight steel with all fittings.(not including can)this is
very similar to the Yamaha system, with a few changes and gives the best spread of
power and is good for 70+bhp @ 10k and 75 @ 14500k"
|We have developed a system with tapered headers, results indicate 4/5 bhp increase at the top end with 2/3 bhp increase in the mid range over straight pipe systems. This also allows you to ditch the heavy EXUP valve system without losing mid-range not only saving weight but the bushes for the valves are hard to find now so most of them rattle like hell.
|With Yamaha' or similar exhaust, open carbs with bellmouths, or with kit air box and pipes through to rad/ front of bike. std/mild tune.|
|Please note: the slides do not normally go to the top of the sp carbs. Please check! If you want this rectified send us the tops only and we will machine them £25.00. This is worth about 2/3 bhp from 10,000 rpm onwards. Also, sp has 2 removable air jets RR has only one.|
|Main Jet 120 to 130 (120 std ish ~65bhp, 130 high comp'~74bhp) Needle Jet as supplied Y-0 3.1mm. Main Air Jet 120 (Most important) This is on LHS when looking in carb mouth,std is 70. Piolet Jet (std 32.5) Piolet Screw 21/2 out. Needle 3.5 position . 5CT-1 (Ti' Yamaha Kit) (groove 1 is at the top), put clip in groove 3, put thin (0.5mm) washer underneath, and then fit plastic holder below thin washer.|
|Drill lift holes to 3.00mm.|
|We make a copy of the Yamaha Kit air box £60.00|
|Also available is fully pressurised Carbon Fibre Airbox (carbs are inside the box), with duct going to the front of the bike over the top of the radiator. The tank becomes the top of the very large air box, ensuring a ready supply of still, pressurised air. Large air filter is used(approx. 16"x10") to provide minimal restriction but clean air.£340.00 (includes filter, sealing foam etc.) With the box and duct you would require 132.5/135 M/J , and clip 4 on the needle.|
|The alloy sub frame fits inside the frame, and because of this the battery box needs to be moved forwards to allow access to the mounting bolts, when fitting. Re drill, the mounting holes in the battery box about 10/12mm backward from their original position. Using a smaller battery enables the battery box to house the new battery and ignition unit. Alternatively, the ignition etc..can be fitted to the back of the battery box.|
|A short length of clear pipe with a plug and small hole for a breather is used as the reservoir for the rear brake.|
|The rear suspension bottle should be cable tied to under the Lhs of the subframe, again with some foam in between.|
Enclosed Belly Pan(Catch Tank)
|Fit the new belly pan over the fairing so that the two original mounting positions either side at the back line up. Mark around the fairing with a pen; also mark the positions for the dzus fittings. Remove the belly pan and draw another line (the same width as the flange) on the fairing below your first line. This is where the fairing has to be cut. The belly pan requires a mount either side at the back, enclosed is the Lhs mount that bolts to the frame M10x1.25, the other needs to be made and welded to the exhaust.|
REAR RIDE HEIGHT ADJUSTER.
|Check the threads in the frame are clean, (they have not been used since the bike was made), and apply some oil This is most important with such a fine thread in alloy. Fit the lock nut just below the hex on the adjuster and screw in to the frame from the top. Put the suspension fork in from underneath, fitting the Allen bolt loosely|
|Note: The std position Is when the flange on the fork just touches the frame.|
|As the adjuster is screwed down, note the point at which the fork is just starting to lift off the frame.|
THIS IS STANDARD.
|One full turn of the adjuster lifts the rear suspension 1.0mm.|
|To adjust after assembly, the Allen bolt and magnesium lock nut must be loosened first!|
ROTOR/ PLATE Assembly £120.00 + VAT.Rotor Fitting Info'
Tests for this Rotor assembly were obtained using a Dynojet 150 dynamometer.