Building: MK INDY R GSXR 1000 K5. Now sold..... Ready for th
posted on 20/2/18 at 04:04 PM
You will prob get the car to around the 470kg at a guess
Depends on what wheels as the ones u have are quite light
The exhaust is pretty heavy with the car
What seats are u thinking as they look pretty light ?
Mine came in at 490kg but I am busa with a dry sump which is around 40kg heavier
I have arbs front and rear
Wide rear arches with 8.5" rears
Large oil cooler and large rad
Front and rear splitters
I drove there about 10am as my appointment was at 12 so thought i would get some food on route and itís about
40min drive from me,
Anyways i get there i go to reception and speak to the bloke, told me to drive round to the work area
and he will meet me there.
Walks thought the door and says your not meant to be here untill next thursday 27th we had to change you appoinment
as one of our staff is off on holiday. i wasnít best pleased as i had the day off work!
so i phoned head off/bookings and complained as i didnít have a letter or email saying it was changed!
So No unfortunately i didnít pass but had a nice drive in my car for a few hours wasted fuel and got my £100
rebooking fee back!
quote:Originally posted by OliilO
How low is your engine in the chassis? Is the sump below the bottom chassis rail? I'm going to be installing a cbr1000 soon and ideally want to
avoid cutting holes in the bonnet in the car.
Yes mate the sump is
70mm thought bottom chassis rail with 80mm clearance
that is with the car set up for iva heights
i havenít cut a hole in the bonnet as i think that look is horrid
If our need any help with it mate, just give me a shout
What year motor you getting? and if you pm your email
ill send you some pics
Hopley - Good luck with the IVA. Sounds like a right balls up!
Let me know once you're on the road. I've just bought an Indy Blade with an old CBR900RR (893cc) lump, and I'd like to upgrade to
CBR1000RR at some point. I'm only down the road so it would be great to see yours!