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Track day at Circuito de Cartagena 21 Nov 2015 11:06 #699795

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First time at Circuito de Cartagena on 78 Z650 lot of fun!!. Next year want to do some races if money allows me. (This year put a lot on my 77 Z1000)
I need loss weight, racing seat, cams, and 18x2.15 front wheel to cacth 110/80/18 Avon AM22. Probably Z1R wheel.
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Track day at Circuito de Cartagena 21 Nov 2015 11:45 #699808

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Track day at Circuito de Cartagena 21 Nov 2015 11:47 #699811

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Looks like a lot of fun.
The 650 sounds good too.

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'78 KZ650 C2, 130K kms, Delkevic ex, EI, CVK32, ported & bored, ATK fork brace, steering damper, braced swingarm, 18" Z1R front wheel.
'00 ZRX1100, Ohlin's shocks, fork brace, steering damper, ELS +4, Corbin seat, Gimbel bugspoiler.
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Track day at Circuito de Cartagena 01 Dec 2015 10:47 #701379

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Hola Leitz

good on ya, about time you hit the track :)

dont know what classes you have in spanish classic racing, but here in italy a 650 would fall a bit short as the class is 750.

all you need a block and pistons from a 750.

Some teams are starting to run kz750 also in classic endurance, getting good results.

go for it, you will not regret. track days are nice but real racing is a different story :)

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Track day at Circuito de Cartagena 02 Dec 2015 08:29 #701543

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Hola TG!! i know and my sights are set on racing. New regulations for 2106 so i´ll wait a bit.
750 Block and piston is better than 700 Wiseco?
750 offers you 810 in the future...

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Track day at Circuito de Cartagena 02 Dec 2015 09:37 #701557

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well, if you are going to run in the 750 class anyway, you might as well go full 750......

my racer was built around a gpz750 with a 810 wiseco kit, but even if this season has been my best (finished second) it wasnt really a match to the better open class bikes (up to 1100)

you have indeed to check your regulations. if the 750 class has a cut-off of 1979 (before 16 valve CB750F/GSX750 ) then a 650/750 will be very competitive. it's a much better bike than sohc750 GS750 . IMHO

here the 16 valve 750 have to run in open class as 750 max.

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