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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-23-2014, 10:25 PM Thread Starter
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Race/Track Build Parts List?

I decided to put together a list after searching this forum and the internet for a few days for F3 parts. This is just the basics of what a race/track bike would need at least for me. Can anyone start filling in the missing URL's. I would like to build a F3 for next season and race it in the AMA (new 2015 rules are not yet out (consolidation of DSB and SS) and could affect the remaining build so I will stick to SS build list for now).

Sharksinz: $1026.30 http://sharkskinz.com

Armour Bodies: $699.99 www.woodcraft-cfm.com

Suspension: Any USA Local URL?
Ohlins TTX:
Ohlins 30mm Cartridge Kit:
Ohlins Steering Damper:

Exhaust Systems: need some URLS?
Akrapovic Full Titanium Exhaust (ParkinGo had a system did it ever make it to production?)
Arrow Full Titanium Exhaust (Did they make it?).
Zard Full racing titanium www.zardlab.com (I read about another forum F3 race build quality problems, did Zard fix them?)
Termignoni exhaust www.termignoni.it Any USA Local URL?
The MV07 (carbon) can looks better than the funny looking MV10.
Code: MV08 System model: 3x1 COLLECTORS
Description: Racing collectors to associate to MV07 and MV10 codes silencers (11 HP increase according to their website)


MV Agusta: Any USA Local URL?
Racing ECU: www.mvagusta.it
Racing Filter: www.mvagusta.it
Quickshifter: www.mvagusta.it

Other Performance: Any USA Local URL?
Power Commander V: $599.00 www.powercommander.com
Quickshifter (after market with after market rear sets):

Rear Sets: Who makes what with GP Shift? Any USA Local URL?

Brake Pads: Vesrah RJL. Any USA Local URL?

GB Racing Covers: Any USA Local URL?

Cox Radiator guards: Price: $99.95 www.coxracingroup.com

Gas Cap: Any USA Local URL?
520 chain and sprocket conversion with 1, 2 tooth up in rear and 1, 2 tooth down in rear totaling 4 sprockets. Any USA Local URL?

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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-24-2014, 10:22 AM
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Hey,

I converted my bike over to a race bike at the beginning of this year, so have been down the road you're going on now. The bodywork I used was from Bikesplast because they are the only company I found that makes a superbike tail section - this to me was critical in opening up the riding position on the F3 which is cramped - the stock seat slides you forward into the tank and too much energy was used to keep my ass back. The superbike tail made all the difference. For me there is no going back to a OEM seat, but we're all different.



http://bikesplast.com/products/mv-ag...-set-21-detail

If however you're going to stick with the OEM seat, Designcorse has a really good set too so you can ship all at once:
http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...airings-detail

CVMA does not allow us to change the forks, only the internals, so I went with these:

http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...tridges-detail

So far I've been really happy with the added front end feel and performance.

I went with the Ohlins steering Damper - hard to beat this one and it really completely eliminated all the head shake when the front end got light powering out of corners:

http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...-damper-detail

I also put the same monoblock calipers that are on the 800 on the bike. The change in breaking was startling to say the least.

http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...-braking-parts

For the exhaust I went with the HP Course, It's a RACE ONLY exhaust. While it looses the look of the triple pipe, I was more interested in performance and weight savings (both of which are significent).

http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...extreme-detail

Rearsets I went with Rizoma - I like rizoma and have never had problems with them. Mine are GP shift and work with the stock sensor with one small modification - see the new hole drilled and tapped where I'm pointing.

http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...earsets-detail


I also put a slipper clutch in and this was a game changer for trail breaking, and general corner entry control.

http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...lutches-detail




I think AMA requires generator and clutch covers don't they?

http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...tection-detail


I also changed my levers for these so I'd have adjustable folding levers:
http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...-levers-detail



I also changed the gearing from the stock 16T/43T to 15T-41T and a 520 chain. This gave me more bottom end coming out of corners. Most of the tracks I go to do not have high top end straights (I never hit 6th) so I wanted more umph in 3rd so I would short shift less often from corner exit in 2nd to 3 to 4th and back down. This way I'm corner exiting most of the time in 3rd, go to 4th and then back down.
http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...rockets-detail
http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...rockets-detail
http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...-chains-detail



Fuel cap I kept it simple. They all work fine.
http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...el-caps-detail




And this is the radiator guard I put on the bike:
http://www.designcorse.com/shop/mv-a...-guards-detail


I got it all from Designcorse as it's just dead easy - one stop shop. Email AL here: <[email protected]>. The guy is super helpful, knowledgeable and will really work with you and your budget.

Hope all this is useful info for you.

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Wish I could like your post 1000 times over Corran. Sorry to thread jack but how did you like the fitment of the new fairings? My 800 is about to see a set and I've looked at those and at 6'2" I would welcome a tad more room to tuck and move my rear back. Also I've settled on the HP exhaust but when on their website I noticed there was not a full titanium system for the race version at least that my tired eyes couldn't see. I'm currently searching for a few of these parts, namely a good sprocket carrier and a non aluminum sprocket set

We've got 6 more track weekends left this season before we are setup for WERA next year.

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post #4 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-25-2014, 03:10 AM
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Corran, have you had you bike noise tested with that exhaust on? What dB was it putting out?

Also I've just ordered a set of engine protectors from here:

http://www.gbracing.eu/MV-Agusta-F3-...-Set.1461.html

My race fairing came from Ricambiweiss in Germany, beautifully made:

http://ricambiweiss.com/en/mv-agusta...acing-f-4.html
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The fit of the fairings is good. I've never seen race fairings that fit perfectly and there is ultimately a little play in one spot somewhere but overall very good. Were also experimenting now with a new material with bikes plata to make the fairings stronger for the same weight and similar price. We'll see if that works out. But the super bike seat (from bikesplast - I can't say for any other designs from others) is a significant improvement over the oem seat. I highly recommend it because it takes out that crossed up feeling you get from the oem seat.

I know WERW rules are a little different from CVMA - WERA allows more bike modifications so you can also do more suspension work on the bike.

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I have not had the bike noise tested. The only track that requires it is Laguna Seca. Not sure what I'll do when I go there :-).

Design corse has some special bits and bobs that are not listed on the website. You just need to ask al by email.

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Yea Corran I've checked with the restrictions for suspension. Thankfully I will be able to swap out but I will be picking up the Bitubo carts and pneumatic preload rear. I actually got a chance last weekend to ride, setup a set and examine it pretty well. After riding on full Ohlins, Traxxion, and Penske I was anxious to see the difference.

As far as the exhaust I'm stuck with a DB limit of 132db for several tracks which in fairly confident I can get away with being an 800cc setup and I can modify a DB killer if needed but I'm extremely interested in the HP Corse full system as they have the best designed header out ATM that is readily available.

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I would hit up Motomummy or Brad at Superbikesupply for the PCV. You can get it from them for under half that price you have shown. MotovationUSA sells MV Agusta parts and carries Arrow exhaust systems as well as Rizoma parts. I also got my Cox guard for my CBR from Brad at Superbikesupply. He doesn't typically carry MV parts but he might be able to get you one for a better price. GP Racing is one of the site vendors that is located in the US (www.gutsyperformance.com) and carries MV parts as well.

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99sitr,

Did you try the Ohlins 30mm front and TTX rear? Did you like the Bitubo carts and shock better? What Bitubo shock model did you try? The problem is vendor support track side for tuning Bitubo.

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After riding on full Ohlins, Traxxion, and Penske I was anxious to see the difference.
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They only carry the "Race-Tech Exhaust Slipon by Arrow". I am looking for full systems.

Keep the info coming this is good stuff. I am going to make some calls to people I know to see what I can get for an F3.

I just did another search and it looks like Orient Express carries K-Tech suspension and GP racing covers for the F3. www.orientexpress.com

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I just found these Tank Sliders.

R&G Racing Carbon Kevlar Tank Sliders for MV Agusta F3 675 '12-'13, & F3 800 '13

http://www.twistedthrottle.com/r-g-r...2-13-f3-800-13
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