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Exotic R1 Parts

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Looking for Exotic R1 parts? you will find them here. Please no talking in this thread. Post a link with a description, I will keep them all updated on the first post and sorted into categories. FYI This is NOT a sale section or meant to be advertising, so please keep your links limited to Exotic hard to find (read - cant get through US distributors) parts. Also, if you have something on your bike that is exotic and a lot of people ask about (hard to find undertails, unique rear sets, etc...)..post up a pic of it with some info on who manufactures it and we will add that too.


YEC Kit Parts
http://www.yamaha-racingparts.com/mo...0&sub=0&page=0


Racing (oversized) Radiators
YEC Supplier - MB Motorsport
http://www.mbmotorsport.it/main_ita.html

Pace Products
http://www.paceproducts.co.uk/public...orcycle/yamaha

Tools and Etc..
Aircraft Supply - fasteners used for Cowling / Axle pins, safety wire tools and tons of other attachments for racing
The axle pins because they are hard to find on the site http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalo...owlingpins.php
The rest of the goods they have http://www.aircraftspruce.com/menus/ha/index.html


Harris Performance - Custom Swingarms, Rads, other goodies.
http://www.harris-performance.com/

Brakes
ISR brakes
http://www.p3unlimited.com/kits_conversions.htm

AP Racing
http://www.apracing.com/motorcycle/index.htm

PVM
http://www.pvm.de/w/e/mo/index.html
PVM.....what more needs to be said. Top end machining, wheels, radiators, brakes etc. Simply amazing (and pricey).

Bonaco
http://www.bonacoinc.com/brake_lines_main.htm
Bonaco brake lines.....can make them in ANY size and specification you'd like, braided, teflon and all colors of coating.

http://www.spieglerusa.com/cfm/coupling.cfm
Spiegler Quick Disconnects...pricey, but absolute race equipment. Sold by one of our illustrious forum members Corey


Misc:
Carpimoto
http://www.carpimoto.it/home/Lang_EN/Chan_1.htm
Some VERY exotic Italian stuff in there. Can search by bike model as well.
Stormpower
http://www.stormpower.com.tw/nsr150s...iles/bike2.htm
If you can translate Japanese, then enjoy. Fairly exotic stuff in there.
World Wide Bearings
http://www.worldwidebearings.com/
Ceramic bearings for all motorcycle applications
CS

http://www.cs.to.it//nuovo/index.php...9659e8ea1786c9
Itailan....some really great, exotic stuff in there.
BSR-Aerotek
http://www.bsr-aerotek.com/
Cool British store for all types of hoses, connections and fittings.
Motowheels
http://www.motowheels.com/index2.html
More exotic parts....such as....
TTR400
http://www.ttr400.com/photo2_1.html
Custom Rear Sets
1 Tail
http://www.1tail.com/sa/cart/detail....B-9EA370A15B40}
Ever buy a set of Marchesini wheels, not knowing if the spacers are going to fit? These guys make spacers as per measurments provided by the customer. They can make you exactly what you need to get your wheel on the bike.
Yoyodyneti
http://www.yoyodyneti.com/default.aspx
Yoyodyne....one of the best resources for race parts in the USA. Ask for Fred


Decals
Fastdecals
http://www.fastdecals.com/aftermarket_decals.htm
Fast decals of all types....good stuff

Engine Parts
APE Racing
http://www.aperaceparts.com/headwork.html
APE head and cylinder machining.

Carbon Fiber
QB Carbon
http://www.worldofqbcarbon.com/
VERY NICE carbon fiber products, as well as conversion kits, tanks, engine components, and suspension.
Magical racing
http://www.moto-works.jp/magicalracing.html
TOP-NOTCH carbon fiber. One month delivery.
Clever Wolf Racing- http://www.cwr.co.jp/index1.htm
Dynomite-http://www.dynomite.co.uk/
Geelong Carbon Craft- http://www.geelongcarboncraft.com.au/
Magical Racing Japan site- http://www.magicalracing.co.jp/GateJ.html

Ti Bolts etc....
Mettec -
http://www.mettec.com/default.htm - Mettec....makers of all things Ti, including banjo bolts, axles, and bolts.
Racebolts -
http://www.racebolts.com/ - Another great resource for Ti and aluminum bolts, axles and unique applications.
Tasty Nuts -
www.tastynuts.com
Yoyodyneti - www.yoyodyneti.com


Swingarms-
Febur- http://www.febur.net/
Metmachex- http://www.metmachex.net/p0_0_0.htm
Ram- http://www.ram.mc/index1.html
Harris -
http://www.harris-performance.com/


Exhausts - See new thread
https://www.yamaha-forum.net/forum/showthread.php?t=489

Billet Aluminum bits & rearsets

ValterMoto- http://www.valtermoto.com/valter.htm

Leather Suits-
BKS- http://www.bksleather.co.uk/
Crowtree- http://www.crowtreeleathers.co.uk/
Kushitani- http://kushitani.com/

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What does the YEC stand for?

None of this is Street legal right??
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What does the YEC stand for?

None of this is Street legal right??
Yamaha Electronics Corporation if I am not mistaken.

Street Legal? varies, I dont think anyone cares how big your radiator is on the street.
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Yamaha Electronics Corporation if I am not mistaken.

Street Legal? varies, I dont think anyone cares how big your radiator is on the street.
yamaha engineering corporation.
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http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&c...or&btnG=Search

probably multiples, but I can see where yours applies better.
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My God, I can't believe Blu didn't post up Harris's address...

http://www.harris-performance.com/

They make some very cool stuff for quite a few makes/models that you'll struggle to get outside of the UK.

Maybe Blu wanted to be the only one with his new soon-to-arrive swingarm. LOL
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http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&c...or&btnG=Search

probably multiples, but I can see where yours applies better.
it's written on page 3 of this .

http://www.1000ps.at/magazin/yamaha/2007_yec_en.pdf
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M 4C8-A6377-70 SLIPPER CLUTCH SETTING SET, for adjusting
standard slipper clutch 35,82

the catalogue is filled with really cool stuff. one question I had was about this part does any one know if this if for adjusting the stock slipper clutch (newer r1) and how much work would there be in adjusting it. if its a stupid question I apologize in in advance.

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M 4C8-A6377-70 SLIPPER CLUTCH SETTING SET, for adjusting
standard slipper clutch 35,82

the catalogue is filled with really cool stuff. one question I had was about this part does any one know if this if for adjusting the stock slipper clutch (newer r1) and how much work would there be in adjusting it. if its a stupid question I apologize in in advance.
it's probably just a stiffer or weaker spring for the clutch.
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M 4C8-A6377-70 SLIPPER CLUTCH SETTING SET, for adjusting
standard slipper clutch 35,82

the catalogue is filled with really cool stuff. one question I had was about this part does any one know if this if for adjusting the stock slipper clutch (newer r1) and how much work would there be in adjusting it. if its a stupid question I apologize in in advance.
No such thing as a stupid question, and yeah, judging from the description its for the standard slipper clutch. Probably a shim kit.
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I get it , after you guys said that I looked at the exploded view of the clutch and saw where the parts are your were referring to. I have no real problem with the stock slipper on the street but was wondering how the race teams adjust them. I knew they were adjustable but didnt know how they did it. thanks

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This place has a lot of nice brake setups
http://www.p3unlimited.com/kits_conversions.htm
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harris quality is nut. I've seen their gas caps and swingarms in person and the quality is just off the chart.

Only interesting thing with "exotic parts" is that overseas vortex rearsets are exotic and saught after more than sato. Same with vortex gas caps, spiegler brake lines, etc. It's funny how everyone on the other side of the ponds drools over the stuff here and we do the same w/ the stuff there lol

Where all shipping is free...
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Alright....here you go....

http://www.bonacoinc.com/brake_lines_main.htm
Bonaco brake lines.....can make them in ANY size and specification you'd like, braided, teflon and all colors of coating. Got three lines made for $80. Fast shipping.

http://www.carpimoto.it/home/Lang_EN/Chan_1.htm
Some VERY exotic Italian stuff in there. Can search by bike model as well.

http://www.ema-usa.com/
Good 'ole EMA. Great exotic stuff.

http://www.fastdecals.com/aftermarket_decals.htm
Fast decals of all types....good stuff

http://www.aperaceparts.com/headwork.html
APE head and cylinder machining.

http://www.pvm.de/w/e/mo/index.html
PVM.....what more needs to be said. Top end machining, wheels, radiators, etc. Simply amazing (and pricey).

http://www.stormpower.com.tw/nsr150s...iles/bike2.htm
If you can translate Japanese, then enjoy. Fairly exotic stuff in there.

http://www.worldofqbcarbon.com/
VERY NICE carbon fiber products, as well as conversion kits, tanks, engine components, and suspension.

http://www.worldwidebearings.com/
Ceramic bearings for all motorcycle applications

http://www.yoyodyneti.com/default.aspx
Yoyodyne....one of the best resources for race parts in the USA. Ask for Fred.

http://www.cs.to.it//nuovo/index.php...9659e8ea1786c9
Itailan....some really great, exotic stuff in there.

http://www.mettec.com/default.htm
Mettec....makers of all things Ti, including banjo bolts, axles, and bolts.

http://www.racebolts.com/
Another great resource for Ti and aluminum bolts, axles and unique applications.

http://www.tastynuts.com/site/frameset.htm
Can't forget Pro-bolts!

http://www.bsr-aerotek.com/
Cool British store for all types of hoses, connections and fittings.

http://www.spieglerusa.com/cfm/coupling.cfm
Spiegler Quick Disconnects...pricey, but absolute race equipment. Sold by one of our illustrious forum member Corey at www.motomummy.com.

http://www.1tail.com/sa/cart/detail....B-9EA370A15B40}
Ever buy a set of Marchesini wheels, not knowing if the spacers are going to fit? These guys make spacers as per measurments provided by the customer. They can make you exactly what you need to get your wheel on the bike.

http://www.moto-works.jp/magicalracing.html
TOP-NOTCH carbon fiber. One month delivery.

http://www.motowheels.com/index2.html
More exotic parts....such as....

http://www.motowheels.com/italian/my...rcycle%20Parts
Carbon fiber clipon bars!!!!

http://www.ttr400.com/photo2_1.html
Some cool custom rearset parts

www.redracingparts.com
Exotic racing parts, replica decals kits, sweet stuff.



That's all for now....


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Carbon Fiber
Clever Wolf Racing- http://www.cwr.co.jp/index1.htm
Dynomite-http://www.dynomite.co.uk/
Geelong Carbon Craft- http://www.geelongcarboncraft.com.au/
Magical Racing Japan site- http://www.magicalracing.co.jp/GateJ.html

Swingarms-
Febur- http://www.febur.net/
Metmachex- http://www.metmachex.net/p0_0_0.htm
Ram- http://www.ram.mc/index1.html

Exhausts
K-Factory- http://www.k-factory.com/
Racefit & Zard- http://www.speedycom.co.uk/shop/home.phphttp://www.speedycom.co.uk/shop/home.php

Billet Aluminum bits & rearsets
ValterMoto- http://www.valtermoto.com/valter.htm

Leather Suits-
BKS- http://www.bksleather.co.uk/
Crowtree- http://www.crowtreeleathers.co.uk/
Kushitani- http://kushitani.com/

Aluminum Endurance gas tanks
Beater (Japan)- http://www.moto-works.jp/beater/index.html#y1




I use alot of the sites posted in your post Kevin and in Marks, but here's a few more, with more to follow


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