- Individual Keihen FCR 41mm racing carbs on Malossi short intakes with K&N individual air filters
- Extrude Hone flowed ports and matched manifolds - pic
- Head work by Motor Works in San Diego, 800/841-1014. They did the valve pocket boring, before and after Extrude Hone valve jobs and installed the new valve guides. And reasonably priced.
- Corsa heavy duty cylinder studs
- FBF 2mm oversized pistons and 1mm oversized stainless valves
- Zlock Racing Gold Kote treatment on the piston skirts
- Cylinder boring, plating, honing by Millenium Technologies
- Nichols aluminum crankcase breather
- Falicon supercrank (traded mine for a `94)
- Nichols lightened flywheel
- `94 sidecover, timing gear drive, and starter clutch
- Nology ProFire coils
- NGK Racing silicon wires with molded ends that work directly on spark plugs like stock wires
- NGK DPR8EVX-9 platinum spark plugs
- Barnett "Dryflex" clutch pack
Chassis / Suspension Mods:
- Penske Racing custom piggy-back 3 way adjustable shock
- Gio.Ca.Moto rearsets - see full size pic
- Ferodo "Brake Tech" full floating cast iron rotors
- Braking carbon / kevlar brake pads (great pads)
- Earl's braided lines (fr + rr brake + clutch) and ZX7R master cylinder
- Nichols motor mount bolts
- Race Tech Gold Valves, 0.8 kg/mm springs, and US-1 oil in forks with oil raised 10mm
- Polished wheels
- Renthal medium compound superbike grips.
Exhaust / Drive / Other Mods:
- Staintune Spaghetti header, 3mm oversized and tucked in for clearance
- Carbon high pipes for the header
- Afam 520OHR drive chain with 15/39 sprockets
- Afam 39T rear sprocket is black powder coated steel for reliability
- Street: Dunlop ZR D207 170 rear (it's 180mm wide) and 120/70 front
- Track: MEZ3 Race or Pirelli MTR07/8 race Dragon Corsas
What should YOU do to your Duck 900?
Follow this order, too:
- Get some brake pads with some piss in em like EBC FA95-HH sintered metal or BRAKING kevlar/carbon pads. Both pads are easy on the rotors.
- New master cylinder. Stupid to go faster and still not be able to stop.
- Keihin FCR 41mm Flat-side carb's. The dual FCRs kit give most bang for the buck, are jetted well, and install themselves.
- Grab the Nichol's flywheel
- Pipes. (You could go without, but you really need the sound)
- RACE TECH gold valve for the forks (get the springs, too) and for the shock. Or get a Fox or Penske for the rear - and get more ride height.
- Spring for the Staintune spaghetti system, which lets you drag the fairing.
- Then go for the pistons. Cuz when you crack open the motor, you need new cylinder studs, valve guides, etc. And then there's the "while it's apart" stuff starts like big valves, Extrude Hone, blah blah blah.