spares for the tool kit

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  1. TSR

    TSR New Member

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    Hi all, I've got the bike and the rider all tuned up and in shape for the race school. I'm working on putting together a decent set of tools and spares for pit equipment for the season. What kind of spare parts for the bike would be a good idea to have at the track? I would assume all the bits that stick out and might get damaged like levers, clipons and rearset parts would be good to have on hand, what else would you suggest? Its an 03 gsxr 600.

    Thanks,

    TR
     
  2. sand.man

    sand.man Well-Known Member

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    Swingarm spools, a bolt kit, frame slider ends if you use them, fairing stay not a bad idea, windshield.

    As for tools, if you don't have it somebody else will!

    But your basic metric socket set, screwdrivers, box end wrenches, allen sockets, hammer, and the correct socket sizes for your axle nuts.
     
  3. macbayne

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    nothing. gixxers don't break. lol.

    i would go with what ryan said plus 2 torque wrenches (to go from 7 lb/ft to 80), safety wire with pliers, and spare levers.

    bring a paper clip and learn how to put the bike in "dealer mode."

    i would also either bring the service manual or print and laminate the torque chart. you will have it memorized eventually.
     
  4. TSR

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    Thanks for the info. Wheres the best place to source a bolt kit?
     
  5. sand.man

    sand.man Well-Known Member

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    I was just at Echo cycle, they have a few ~$35 by the oil
     

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