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The New D7 Racing Build

2003 Raptor 660, +8 Chrome Stellar Swing Arm, Elka Stage 3 in the front/rear with flipped link. 15/58 gearing, 22x11x8 Taller casings 74 R/O 10 paddle extremes SLS custom D7 fuel Controller, 2006 GSXR 1000, JJ & A Play axle.

This quad is a co-op build mostly by us (D7) but there are several people involved, directly and indirectly. Paul at Monsterquad for making me a Killer deal on the engine package and exhaust cans.

Tony at Ragged Edge Performance for Making all the custom little weird fittings, adaptors and anything else we need as well as rebuilding my Elka's for the demands of a heavier engine and my fat A$$.

And one person GU who really wanted to remain anonymous, he was the key to getting this off the ground and cutting the frame and making sure all was aligned.

Well this is how it looked when it started and as you can see our 1st attemp at putting engine in didnt go well.





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I will update with more pictures as we move along!!

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looking really good, a few questions though if you dont mind as ive just started building a 660 with a k3 1000 gsxr at the moment and have gone the same route as you with welding a bigger loop in the bottom of the frame
pics 19 & 20, is that the sump, that you have shortend??
can you show a pic of the lower engine mounts please
are you using the stock tank, or a fabricated one and how are you mounting the fuel pump.

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heck yeah looks like a nice build. will the headers be heat wrapped?


Bone stock for now
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Curious, I am not knocking anyone.. But why put a GSXR 1000 Motor in this frame, why not an R1 Motor?

Just wondering and to fix my curiosity..
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R1 approx 160 hp gsxr approx 190

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heck yeah looks like a nice build. will the headers be heat wrapped?
Probably chromed, or ceramic coated

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