Member Contributer trjerm Posted November 13, 2013 Member Contributer Share Posted November 13, 2013 I've got 2 4th gens, 1 w/ GSXR front end & 6 piston PM calipers squeazing 330mm full floating iron rotors and fox racing shock in the rear and I can't use it to its potential on the roads, whereas the other on has a stock front end w/ gold valves and a penske shock and its definately good enough for hard street riding (riding @ the pace). I have approx 1/8" chicken strips on the stock VFR rear and about 1/4" on the front and go thru my Pilot Powers about every 2500 miles. On the modified one , I run PP 2ct's and go thru them about every 1500-2000 miles and it seems to be harder on the front tire & no chicken strips on the rear(190 on RC 45 wheel). I feel for street riding a stock gold valved front end w/ a decent shock is your most bang for the buck. See my gallery pictures for pics of both. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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