Nice!!! More pics of the Warrior...and a list of mods.
MODS are you sure you want me to use up that much server space?
Just a few I can recall (all performed by my own hands)....
-Stretched gas tank (metal)
-Modified stock rear fender. Added valence to the sides and welded internal supports (so the fender appears to hang there).
-Tucked the factory rear taillight to fit flush with fender.
-R1 front fender
-Designed and locally made carbon fiber dash panels.
-Yamaha chin spoiler(with mesh insert) and mini fairing.
-My paint job.
-powdercoated; rocker boxes, pushrod tubes, and oil lines
-Sanded and polished engine cooling fins.
-Performance Machine billet forward controls (w/custom made billet frame mounts)
-OMP hand controls with momentary switches, grips, throttle housing and Rebuffini mirrors. (required custom wiring)
-Locally made SS brake lines front and rear.
-Integrated tag bracket with turn signals. (billet)
-SS braided throttle cable (single)
-Yamaha billet engine cover accessories all stripped of chrome and powdercoated
Chassis and Brake components:
-04 R1 forks, front calipers, and rotors.
-03 R6 front wheel
-03 R6 rear wheel resized and widened by Kossman Specialties
to 18x8.5 w/a 240 Metzler rear tire.
-modified and re-welded stock rear swingarm to allow 18 x240 tire.
-03 R1 rear brake caliper (inverted) w/ 04 R1 rotor. I machined the caliper bracket on a bridgeport vertical lathe.
-Installed a 2002 full speedstar performance kit. Parts included, Kit ECU, high flow injectors and fuel pressure regulator, High compression pistons, high lift cams, and a performance exhaust system (which I raffeled off).
-ported and polished heads with +2mm intake and exhaust valves.
-Barnett clutch carbon fiber clutch plates and billet clutch diaphragm.
-transmission upgraded to include a lower ratio 5th gear.
approximately 78hp and 99 tq.
Measured: 102 hp and 114 tq.
Hours of fabrcation: more than WickedR1 or J$ have spent on a web site in a month.