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  1. had this for about 8 years and not ridden it since 2009 so I think its about time it went to someone who will use it. Its a 2002 Gsxr 1000 never road registered it was originally used in the British Superstock championship by a Chesterfield based team called Krystal Racing, they later changed to R1's and won the championship with Lee Jackson.
    Its got Ohlins fork internals, braided hoses,blueprinted engine, Kevlar racing clutch plates,power commander, BMC filter. The pipe shown in the pictures isn't fitted any more its a bit noisy but will be included.Its got standard downpipes with an Art race can and also a standard can,520 chain and sprockets. set of wets on wheels with another rear wheel and disc, (no screws for disc, never got round to buying any,) tyres fitted are Metrzeler Rennsports and have done one day at Donnington, theres also another set of Dunlop wets, a pair of Dunlop D209 GPs that have done one day at Silverstone and a pair of used Supercorsas I bought off ebay and never used. theres also some spares, handlebars,footpegs levers.In the past couple of weeks I've changed the oil/filter, put new plugs in and had it running, had all the pistons out of the brake calipers and cleaned them up, fresh fluid. it needs a new battery which I will put on if and when somebody buys it, cant see the point of buying one if it doesn't sell.
    I can provide the chassis number for anybody to check it out and also the phone number of the guy who used to be a mechanic for Krystal racing and bought this bike from them to use as a track bike.

    bad points
    the rev counter doesn't work, no idea why
    its a track bike not a road bike so its a bit scabby,
    no V5


    asking £2200





    http://s707.photobucket.com/user/chrissoftley/media/Gixxer/GixerSide-EndView_zps1a63fb3a.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0


  2. to be honest I just feel like letting it rot away, spent time and quite a bit of money getting it ready after this guy pestered me for weeks to come and look at it and 2 days after he makes an offer he pulls out. 2 weeks ago he was going to come and bring me the money for it without even looking at it. what a Dick

  3. @dirtydog wrote:
    we've got this running under the city center in Sheffield, I've lived here all my life and only found out about it earlier this year

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=megatron+sheffield&rlz=1C1CHFX_enGB516GB516&espv=2&biw=1280&bih=899&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=wRpuVMzEAoHtaM-DgcAD&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ


    That looks sweet could do with finding out a bit more about it


    its called the megatron, plenty of info available if you google it.

  4. I wont go any way other than arai my last one lasted me 3 years before a drop. which took a nice chunk out of it. was a chaser all the inners come out and can be replaced etc and anything goes wrong take it back ont he 5 year warrenty and they will sort it.

    i now have an access and it is still good but i prefer the chaser as the inners dont remove etc, so next time ill spend that extra £60


    +1 as Chad says Arai's have removable inners, they also come in different sizes so you can tailor the helmet to fit you perfectly and if they do start to feel a bit baggy all you need to do is buy a set of cheek pads for about £40. I had an Arai for about 6 years before it started to feel a bit loose so thats what I did, had a crash a couple of weeks after though and wrecked it.
    Most manufacturers reccomend you change them every 5 years anyway, thats if you wear it every day though.
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