Aluminum Clutchplates available for CBR 1000RR !
May 31 2007 :
made a draft for Brakediscs , which include opportunity for sensor reading /traction control , received them today .
Available for CBR600 / CBR1000
Made out of 12 Ply's Carbon the
fairing stay is 220 gr total ! OEM cast Aluminum is 740 gr
News August 2006 :
Availble now also with hangers for headlights for road-use !
Measured here up to 50 % less handforce you need-and probably you don't know,what a sentiment for clutch slipping you have with a cable clutch. This new EVO2-2 Type is revolutionary adjustable from 1.9 to 0.7 mm declutch stroke, You will be able to set the CCC EXACT up to the declutch-stroke your clutch need ,means : you need not more handforce than absolutely necessary !
Includes the CCC itself,pressure-Rod from Aluminum,Carbon-Sprocket Cover,Cable and 2 Levers
Comment from North valley Honda :
"Thanks for getting these to us. We
did put the CCC on
one of our Superbikes for Laguna Seca and it did fix
our problem of clutch grabbing on the racing start. We
can now rev the bike to 8000rpm and slip the clutch to
obtain a smooth start."
Comment from Team Apache-racing :
"The CCC greatly improved my starts"
I've send a CCC to BMW-Motorcycle for a diploma,they've compared the CCC vs. the Hydraulic declutch-System
Handforce-diagram Hydraulic Handforce-diagram CCC
Carbon Snorkel for OEM
Moreless same as HRC,half of the weight and half of the Price .
Approx 30 % more intake Voloume :
Monocoque Tailsection with Seat and Fueltank-Cover
The most efficient Diet at all and it's lowering the center of gravity drastically .
A concept which is good enough to be driven in WSBK should be good enough for your Bike :
Tailsection, Fueltank-Cover + Seatpad , 2.3 kg or 5lbs total !
The Explanation how it works
Road use Option !
Saves up to 33 lbs , or 15 kg !
Half the weight of what has been driven in WSBK 2005 , and still a few gr. less compared to what they ride now ,and also a few better features .
1 : Lightweight and Stiffness at its max
2 : Easy and fast assembly /disassembly (less than 120 seconds)
3 : Easy Maintenance , fast access to battery and starter relay ( less than 10 seconds)
4 : Easy change of ride-height , for testing or different riders or circuits ( less than 20 seconds )
5 : Fueltank still has to be moveable backwards with Monocoque mounted .
6 : Fueltank and wire Harness can be removed and installed with Monocoque mounted
7 : Clean inside/underside Optics ,no Battery-Bracket, no heat-shield, no wires, no nothing
8 : No Dirt,Water, Salt can reach wire harness, Battery and Starter-relay
removable Seatpad ( 3pcs Assy carbon Support /Foam / Coat ) ,CNC-Machined integrated Aluminum-Pieces to carry Fueltank , Carbon Fueltank-Cover ,Tailsection with integrated Pan to carry Battery + Starter-Relays .
maximum Volume,maximum weight saving
...now also used from leading German SBK-Team for WSBK
(where it's allowed to mount an Airbox)
November 2004: very soon I'm able to provide all customers with a map,especially created for my Airbox and open race can as Arrow, leo vince...and so on.
testride on May 12 . We've mounted the veryfirst Airbox at the CBR and the Owner
went on road for half an hour . No PC3 or something like that. The subjective
- no dips through
whole rpm range
- much better throttle response
- engine revs faster up
- more pressure through whole rpm-range,especially from 6k up
- not much louder ...just real sound
This is how it looks OEM: ...but behind........:
And those are the Bits you can remove
2.7 kg this Plastic is.If i also consider the underpressure-can and PAIR-crap
like relays,hoses...... I'd estimate the weight-saving with a Carbon-Airbox at
2,6 -3 kg .
What I can say now-regarding the
I'ts max.- Volume ,shaped it with a clearance of 2 mm to the frame,and ~ 1mm to the fueltank-cover and the Injectors are also INSIDE the Airbox
It's max. light ,because I've used a large area of the OEM Fueltank to seal the Airbox
It's easy installation,because there will be a removable Secion of the Airbox for easy throttle-cable installation .
A btw-Advantage : the Fueltank is covered by a dummy which leads into some kind of heatening the fuel (of course,I'm not sure if this is neglectable ),but through the shape of Airbox there will be a permanent cooling of the Fuel during riding.
March 2007 :
Made a special Airbox for 2006 - 2007 CBR1000 RR , with grooves for wire-harness , and a Pan for the ECU , which is on top of the Airbox .
GP-Shift rearsets road or track (suit for kickstand)
After some testing inside German Championchip and feedback of customers it came out the optimal position of the footpegs is not far away from OEM Honda,so these rearsets are a bit lees than 1/2" higher and 1/2" more to the back. CNC-milled from 7075 Aluminum,NOT milled so filigran that they flex once you put your foot on the peg,very durable,designed to protect also the Bike (Engine covers) at a crash .
Available silver or black anodized
This fairing is designed for more Topspeed (+8km/h thay measured here) , through a 8 cm smaller shape at the front-end .
And, as track-fairings should be , the lower cowling covers the Bike at it's maximum towards swingarm and addittional it's able to keep a
10 Liter Volume of Oil or Water in case of a damage /leakage .
Some more features of this track Fairing :
No cutout for kickstand
Sharper angled windshield
2pcs upper/lower assy for fast removal
All Versions are lightweight : Glass or Carbon/Kevlar or Carbon .
Made with one of the best available Epoxy-resins on Market , NO Polyester
Light single Endurance-headlight versions possible too .
Front width Rearend