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1st gen sv bellypan

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    1st gen sv bellypan


    What's the hot setup on a naked 1st gen?

    Looking for 1 step above the turkey roasting pan with safety wire hack.

    Called Woodcraft, assumed they'd have something - no such luck.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    You can pretty much take any race lower from any bike and make it fit.
    Tons of mounting points on frame, radiator, etc. couple aluminum brackets and you are set.
    Trust me if I made it seem easy, it really is easy.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    Slightly off topic but if you want to go full fairings I have 2005ish 749 Ducati upper and lower you can use if you go a different route.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    You can easily make that lower work

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    Quote Originally Posted by Tas View Post
    Slightly off topic but if you want to go full fairings I have 2005ish 749 Ducati upper and lower you can use if you go a different route.
    Def. take you up on that further down the road, let's let him get all the crashing out of his system before we make it pretty.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    If you need a spare bike also my gen 1 will be up for grabs soon...

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    Quote Originally Posted by tsorfas View Post
    You can pretty much take any race lower from any bike and make it fit.
    Tons of mounting points on frame, radiator, etc. couple aluminum brackets and you are set.
    Trust me if I made it seem easy, it really is easy.
    If I understand correctly, you're saying I need a carton of cigarettes and a Panos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GingahNinjah View Post
    If you need a spare bike also my gen 1 will be up for grabs soon...
    Thanks, could use a spare set of wheels - already scored Sam's b bike as a spare.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    Yoyodyne used to have a pan for a 1g. Looks like their bodywork is now made by sebimoto. I see an SV pan listed on sebimoto's site but not yoyodyne's.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    Even less than that lol

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    1st gen sv bellypan-dumpster-fire-jpg

    How this story ended, 999 (?) belly pan donated by TAS.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    Is there enough clearance so that if the front compresses completely that the tire does not hit the belly pan and break it off somehow? Think turn 10 transition compression.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    Quote Originally Posted by tls25rs View Post
    Is there enough clearance so that if the front compresses completely that the tire does not hit the belly pan and break it off somehow? Think turn 10 transition compression.
    I'll look over it in person this weekend. Jimmy put it together for us and he races so he gets the details like we do. Tough to tell from the picture but my gut says he accounted for it. Will def. make sure before we send young Jack out for rd. 1.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    clearance was a concern when i mocked it up on my 2nd gen SV but not the reason why I am not going to use it. My main concern was getting a fairing stay for it. The vortex SV stay sat too high and I was not about to start bending the ears.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    The upper would've required being hacked away so much it just didn't make sense.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    Hack away if necessary.

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    Re: 1st gen sv bellypan

    Quote Originally Posted by cdovego View Post
    1st gen sv bellypan-dumpster-fire-jpg

    How this story ended, 999 (?) belly pan donated by TAS.
    Jesus. Rule book says belly pan must catch 3 quarts of fluid, not 30!

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