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joao
Portugal,
Portugal

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Daytona T595


17 Dec 2015 14:52
Hello everyone.
Last year, I participated in the national championship where I was vice champion with a daytona t595.
In the last race the engine broke, it was necessary to replace the crankshaft and connecting rod ( cylinder nº 1).Nothing new!!!

This year I ran with a CBR 600f 1997 when I wine the champion with no trobbles at all.

Next year i'll back to my daytona and for now I have change some parts.

The sub frame was removed and i made one shorter and lighter.
The support of the front fairing is also manufactured on carbon fiber

Now I needed more advices to make my bike more competitive and reliable....

wich one? sssa or dssa?
more?
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