2004 620ss with V5 converted for racing Fitted with; Ohlins adjustable length rear shock and 900SS Alloy Swingarm. Forks are fitted Maxton Fork internals and use 996 gold nitride stanchions and setup by Maxton
Under-seat Exhaust, ‘Flashed’ ECU (but still have red key). Lightweight lithium battery and Rain Light Brembo Billet Radial clutch master cylinder. Factory Racing clutch slave cylinder. APTC slipper clutch. Brembo radial brake master cylinder and 4-pad P4 brake calipers’ Renthal clip-ons and Domino quick action throttle. Reverse (race) pattern gear lever fitted, Dan moto multi adjustable rear sets.
Lightweight quick removal race fuel cap. Case protector (in front of front sprocket in case of chain break to save chain breaking casing).
Full set of front and rear sprockets and 2 rear sprocket carriers to enable quick wheel changes. Spare wheels with brand new wets (only one out lap on damp track). Fitted with new tyres, only been scrubbed in (not 2019 DD spec, but great for track days before season).
Engine The engine has had new rings, bearings etc. It has had just two meetings since shims and new belts were done with the 63 bhp dyno chart. Power commander 3 USB is fitted and been adjusted and mapped with Andy Pike at his local dyno and makes 63 bhp with fantastic power curve and great torque.
Spares Rear sets (ally race sets as most of paddock uses) APTC clutch + 2 other various sets of plates and spacers Brembo lever Air Filter Both brake and clutch master cylinders Seat unit Nose faring bracket / rev counter mounting Various other spares
Notes This is a superb bike, with 848 faring and 916 seat unit, I think from memory it weighs 162kg (scrutineering at Oulton), the engine is really strong, and as in the spec it was stripped and rebuilt by Andy Pike (new rings bearings etc) and had a top end refresh followed by a couple of hours on the dyno for which I have the chart showing 63 bhp and its excellent torque. Following this top end refresh and new belts I have only done my last 2 rounds. It has had the oil and filter changed every two rounds (and has been done again) and is completely ready to race.
The Bike belongs to Mark Hamilton (I will dig out his contact details)and was originally owned by Simon Allen