You do not need to unplug your headlights. I have just done my first track day a week past sunday and had a fab time.
I taped my headlight and rear light, removed my mirrors and made up a blanking plate to secure the fairing etc. I also removed the indicators and that was about it.
Essential that you check the bike over from head to toe!! Brakes are critical, tyres as well. Make sure that nothing is loose!! Guy lost his rear seat off his 888 Ducati and it got smashed to bits with every one running over it at high speed!!
Best advice is to take your time and get the tyres warm (a couple of laps should sort that out) and ENJOY yourself!!
If you check out my post above (Teds track day action pics and info) you can clearly see what I did to get mine suitable.
Hope this helps
I found some tape that matched the bike and peeled off without leaving a sticky residue behind. Just to make sure that the heat from the headlights didn't screw that up, I unplugged mine. Besides, might be good for .1 horsepower. LOL
Question about autotune, I've installed it and calibrated the gears and done a couple runs to get the initial trims sent them to the fuel map and everything is working well really happy with it.
My question is how lean and how rich can you go. There seems to be 2 schools of thought...
Hi guys, after all the advises i gave you about ditching that f... connector and not doing it for myself ..... it finally happened to me :oops: :evil:
I just got back from a 2200 miles round trip from nova scotia, the day before comeback i noticed that i had no headlights and then it hits...
2003 Ace Performance cyl head
A1 cams at 105/108 CL
2000 short block.
Cooper back cut trans
Stock crank and rods
KZScott preped Wossner 1199 turbo pistons.
Didn't want to let perfectly good parts sit on the shelf.... :)