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I feel like it would be easier to say what is in. The two main things came in yesterday (subframe and fairings) but I’m waiting on clamps, suspension, clip ons, rear set, chain, sprocket, brake lines, case covers.
 

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I see you've also got a 400, great combo. I'm in the process of getting things set up on our site for the R7, Braketech just sent over part numbers and I'll have Galfer options up soon as well. Looks like you already have rotors, but if you need anything we've already got the 400 well sorted, and we're closing in on R7 stuff.
 

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I see you've also got a 400, great combo. I'm in the process of getting things set up on our site for the R7, Braketech just sent over part numbers and I'll have Galfer options up soon as well. Looks like you already have rotors, but if you need anything we've already got the 400 well sorted, and we're closing in on R7 stuff.
Hurry up!! LOL I'm fairly local and I know you are building at least one out, I look forward to her pics of the progress on IG. I always look to see where you guys are with parts availability before I search elsewhere.
 

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Hahaha we're going as fast as possible. Jesse is extremely busy, but yes we are making progress. We have a template and have made one set of bodywork for our in-house build that you've seen if you follow our IG. I'm working as fast as possible to get parts listed on our website, but since so many places are about as far along as us it takes some time and coordination to get it going. Don't worry though we will have parts I believe ready to go for this summer.
 

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That’s actually the spare 400 the built one is further back in the garage. I’ll have to check out your website when it’s all set up.
We have everything you need, and it's race proven. Our rider was Rocco Landers for WSBK when he was winning Junior Cup, and we worked closely with Ohlins, and Jeremy Toye to build our Ninja400R series. Anything you need we have.
 

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Um the one on the bike right now is actually for a 07 gsxr 600(from spiegler ) that I had laying around and nothing on the rear yet. I am going to eventually order spiegler rennsport front lines but I am going to get a longer rear(because I am going underslung rear brake)
 

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It’s an 06-16 but it comes with major modifications reason being you are going from a 245mm rotor down to 220mm and bigger I.D. on the whelk bearings. So you need different wheel spacers, new brake caliper bracket and caliper(had to clearance the caliper to make it fit), you can’t use your wheel speed sensor either, longer rear brake line. Robem website has more information under the mt-07.
 

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I do like the underslung rear caliper idea, mostly because it is captive, so I was already looking at Robem's solution for that. As well as a few of their products. With a spare R6 wheel, that is just one small step towards doing something like that. Fast Frank also has a captive rear caliper solution that uses the stock caliper but is a top mount. It also addresses the adjuster PITA issue and makes it captive. I have done Bilit69's safety wire tip to keep the adjuster in place for now.
 

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Sidenote: from the Fast Frank website, I do like the grinding of the brake pads idea, for making rotors slide in easier. MUCH easier!! I do this now, front and back on the edge where the disc goes in, slips right in after that.
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With the underslung rear you have to drill and tap your swing arm bracket for the brake caliper. So you can have it held for captive. It’s easy to do just be aware of that. Yeah I’ve been chamfering pads on all my bikes for a while now and look at roaring toys for their captive axel blocks. They have a cheaper alternative that looks clean.
 

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I have ohlins suspension it just came in today. I won’t have the carts installed for this weekend but I will be running the rear shock I have a Daytona 675 shock with robem rear link. The sharkskinz work with the m4 exhaust I did do a little trimming to make the pocket a little bigger but it was the least amount I have ever had to do for race bodywork to fit.
 

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Ah I see, thanks. Maybe I will move the shock over from my Daytona, did not realize that would work. Is that the ohlins link for the Fz07?

And which carts did you go with? Are they out for the R7 or do the R7 ones work?
 
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