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  1. Here we have for sale my race bike from 2016 thundersport gp1 series, where we finished 3rd in the championship. The motor was refreshed 500 miles ago with the intention of using the bike at the last two rounds, but we moved onto the 2016 bike instead. This bike was then kept as a spare. Last week we had the bike on Pete Clifford at actiforce's dyno 201 hp 86 ft lbs of torque. no V5 as the bike was bought for racing only. Bike spec as follows - maxton suspension front and rear. cylinder head and cams done sbk bellmouths nova gearbox wsbk MWR air filter carbon air duct/fairing bracket braced swining arm captivie rear calliper mount renthal bars manual tickover adjuster arrow system with new pipe worx can superbike bodywork and screen brembo m4 calipers zo4 brembo pads speedfibre carbon kevlar radiator cowel modified superbike tank to move the weight more central TRW front discs brembo 19 rcs master cylinder track electronics loom ECU flashed with latest woolich software kit quick action throttle samco hoses mss lock stops quick shifter 3.5 linkage promac rear sets hel lines GB engine covers wsbk bodywork brand new lightweight battery from racing batteries.com relocated near the front sprocket (to move the weight more central) loads of titanium bolts 520 chain and sprockets £9950 any enquiries call Andy - 07702277357 photos available by email on craigneve@hotmail.com
  2. G&S Racing’s 2013 BSB national Superstock ZX6R, 2014 & 15 ThundersportGB SPEC INCLUDES:- Bitubo full suspension “Fast by Fish” Engine Power commander 5 2013 Arrow exhaust system with stubby silencer GB Racing engine covers B&M Air filter DBR Clip ons & Bars PP Rearsets QA Throttle HEL brake lines (I think!) Spares include:- levers bars footpegs Spare wheels Paddock Stands Fairing & Seat unit £7300
  3. Hello and Happy New Year, I'm a 26 year old keen biker with relatively limited experience. I've held my full road license for a year and haven't done any trackdays. I am currently riding an old comfortable (read: heavy & slow) 750 with plenty of torque but not much "oomph". Still, I enjoy riding it and make the most of the power the bike has to offer. I've been to a number of small race events in the South West / Wales and having been bought Guy Martin's aptly titled 'Autobiography' for Christmas I have added club level motorcycle racing to my bucket list with a permanent marker. I'm not a millionaire looking to take up a hobby, this is something I really want to get into and have done for a long time. I am going to have to do some serious saving to fund this and I am willing to give up a good deal of my time to make it happen. I've done all the research on the ACU licence requirements and plan to do my assessment at Pembery in March with NG Road Racing. But the question I'm really struggling with right now is what bike should I be investing in? A light and fast 600 sounds dangerously fun to me but then I also like the idea of riding a smaller cc bike and properly pushing it to its limits. But I'm finding the classes below 600 seem to change like the wind and with so many options working out which one is right for me seems almost an impossible task. What would you recommend for someone in my position and can you offer any words of wisdom for a young inexperienced rider? Thanks, V
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