Discussion in 'WERA Vintage' started by az762nato, Feb 9, 2010.
I ran stock stuff for a while before changing it over to a old set of R6 plastics. Can't remember the year of the R6 stuff, 06 or 08.. but it fits with a few mods. I always get double takes at track days or races, but more than the look, I like how it sits me up more above the bike and not "into it" like the stock stuff did. This is my '90 FZR400 with TZ250 wheels and a few other small mods.
that's flipping beautiful
Although not as pretty as original FZR bodywork.........I guess the R6 aint too shabby
Thanks guys... I kinda have been tossing around the idea of running newer TZ250 bodywork to keep it "vintage" looking, so that might be the next bodywork I put on it.
TZ clad FZRs look proper as well!
That "R4" is beautiful.
My "tribute to stock" that you might expect from an old guy finally got the FZR stickers to complete the look.
Along with a "period correct" mod.
Laptimes!! What'dya do on her at summit?
Yeah how'd it run
I have only had singles and V twins on track
I have a few adjustments to make. Some to the bike. Mostly to me.
Looking for the missing HP under 10k I presume lol
I read that it meant "Forever Two Wheels"
Already told ya.......first time at Summit on a "lack-o-torque" 400,is night and day difference from a single or twin,like you're used to You had good times and will only get quicker from there
I really did think it meant what I said........at this point i dont think anyone knows
I go faster at Homestead on my ninja 250 Did a 1:12.9 at Tally this weekend. Never been to the track but I believe I would have gone faster on my 250. Will take some adjustment.
Also, I'm beginning to think gearing is slightly more important than on a twin. Everywhere I go on the 250 or the 500 I end up saying, "Yeah, what's on it will work."
Yep,I totally get being faster on smaller bikes...........somehow im a good bit faster at NJMP on my 400 than on my 600........
I'm faster on my 400 than the gsxr lol
Yes gearing is critical on the 400
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