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One of the bikes are broken want to buy just bikes for race track

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Well.okay go to google and look for best bikes for race tracks

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Hey buddy buy yamaha R1....automatic fuel injection.....7km per ltr...so suitable fr a race track.

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Not entirely sure of your question. Are you meaning the cylinder heads? You can do some things to the heads, porting, polishing, shaving etc. to increase performance and efficiency. However, you don't generally replace the heads themselves with anything other than what was designed for that particular block. If you are looking for ways to increase the performance of your R1 there are many things that offer more bang for the buck. First would be some light weight wheels, magnesium wheels will reduce overall weight and increase acceleration etc. Cams, power commander ECU, after market exhaust (drops overall weight while generally increasing HP), SS brake lines, Galfer-like pads, racing battery (or none at all, less weight) racing bodywork, K&N air filters, the list goes on and on. Are you going to be racing this bike full time or just track days? There is a lot to be said for reliability. Unless you've been racing for several years, ie lots of experience all ready, there are a ton of things to learn as a rider to going faster than just more hp on the bike. There are racing schools available that can make you a much faster rider on the same bike. If you have unlimited funds for the racing effort than consider buying a Graves built superbike motor and just bolt it in. If you are on a budget, consider losing body weight (approximately every 7 pounds = 1 HP), reducing weight of the bike (aftermarket wheels, exhaust, rotors, bodywork, etc. etc.). Hope this helps.

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What is the highest octaine gas that is safe for my CBR. in my area you can buy pump gas with high ratings, and i dont want to damage my bike.


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Wrecked 07 GSXR1000. upper front damage, missing right and left fairing, speedometer, and broken left clip on. everything else fine. i need a parts list necessary to just install speedometer and race...


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I have a GSXR 750 fuel injected model 1997 I bought for track use only. The problem is that despite fitting a pwer commander the bike will not hold a constant throttle at 7000 rpm its as if there is a rev...


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You are in the wrong area of FixYa, but I can make some suggestions.
It depends upon what type of bike riding you want to do.
If you want to ride bikes over rough terrain and cross country then you need a mountain bike.
If you want to ride bikes on roads only then a road bike is what you need.
A mountain bike can be used on road surfaces but a road bike is not suitable on rough terrain.
If you want to bike race, then you need a racing bike, these are very light and expensive.
It is best if you go to a large bike shop and speak to the sales person or go to a bike club and ask questions. This will help you to decide what type of bike will suit you and your needs.

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