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Where did Brock’s Technical Posts Go ?! - Event Date: January/01/1900 - January/01/1900

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    Posted: February/22/2005 at 8:40am

Hey guys.

I noticed that my information was beginning to take up most of the front page in our 'The Action!' forum. 

I decided to create another forum area for my technical posts, advice, stories…etc. - just to clean things up a bit. 

Go to Information from Brock’s Performance: http://www.brockracing.com/forum/display_forum_topics.asp?ForumID=21 

Remember to check this area frequently as I will be posting new items in addition to the older posts. 

 

Thanks and GO FAST! 

Brock
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As long as you have been dealing with Hayabusa. What is the areas of concern? I have an 07, what parts should I plan to upgrade or modify for longevity.  I have heard of clutch issues for the 02 models. Is this a concern for the 07?

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For longevity of the Clutch longevity I would purchase the Ultra Clutch Mod.  I would also make sure you are using high quality oils in the engine.  Steel braided brake and clutch lines will also last far longer than the stock lines.  If you have anymore questions please contact our office 937-912-0054 and ask for Jason. 

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