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Old 09-25-2020, 02:41 PM   #1
ajshipley
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Ninja 400 Race Bike

Now that the season is over I'm testing the waters while there are still track days left for somebody to get a great deal on a built race bike.

Selling my 2018 Ninja 400 ‘Backup’ racing bike w/ only 564 miles on it

$8,500 & 1% to BARF

Ohlins STX36 rear shock w/ 105 spring ($775)
Ohlins NIX 22 Fork w/ 7.0 & 7.5 springs ($750 + $100 springs)
Lacomoto race bodywork ($850)
Vortex clip-ons ($150)
Vortex rear-sets (setup for GP Shift) ($370)
Woodcraft key eliminator ($52)
Spears block-off plates ($25)
MWR air filter ($90)
Hindle full race exhaust w/ stainless headers ($532)
Dynojet PC5 ($370)
Dynojet quick shifter ($220)
Norton Motorsports race clutch rod & bearings ($60)
Barnett racing clutch plates ($75)
Barnett heavy duty clutch springs ($30)
Driven axle block sliders ($120)
Woodcraft fork sliders ($67)
Woodcraft race frame sliders ($85)
Woodcraft shark fin toe guard ($48)
Woodcraft race brake lever guard ($105)
Spears racing regulator re-locator ($60)
Spears racing kickstand eliminator motor mount ($35)
Spears folding race levers ($110)
GB Racing engine covers (all the way around) ($260)
Driven Racing Halo keyless fuel cap ($150)
415 chain conversion w/ 18/53t sprocket combination ($177)
Shorai lithium battery ($160)
Galfer floating wave rotor ($275)
Spiegler stainless brake lines (front/rear) ($126)
Ferodo carbon front brake pads ($90)
Spears shift shim kit, clutch spring, heavy duty detention spring ($70)
Norton racing spec shift star (eliminates false neutrals on downshifts) ($160)
Norton Velocity Stacks ($300)
Norton ECU flash for velocity stacks ($295)

Parts Total $7,142

Probably a few other things I'm forgetting that I'll update the list with as I discover them.

Drilled & wired for racing
All stock parts/fairings/plastics available and in great condition
Uncut wiring harness

Brand new Motul fork oil
Brand new Driven motor oil
Brand new Hiflow race filter
New distilled water w/ Redline water wetter coolant

Will include Pitbull front head lift stand w/ pin & rear stand in picture.

Can easily be returned to street use (but why would you?)
Bike is very fast, corners on rails, pulls hard all the way to redline, doesn't eat tires

Clean title, Pink slip in hand, PNO registration

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Old 09-27-2020, 05:43 AM   #2
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Now that the season is over I'm testing the waters while there are still track days left for somebody to get a great deal on a built race bike.

Selling my 2018 Ninja 400 ‘Backup’ racing bike w/ only 564 miles on it

$8,500 & 1% to BARF

Ohlins STX36 rear shock w/ 105 spring
Ohlins NIX front cartridges w/ 7.0 & 7.5 springs
Lacomoto race bodywork
Vortex clip-ons
Vortex rear-sets (setup for GP Shift)
Woodcraft key eliminator
Spears block-off plates
MWR air filter
Hindle full race exhaust w/ stainless headers
Dynojet PC5
Dynojet quick shifter
Norton Motorsports race clutch rod & bearings
Barnett racing clutch plates
Barnett heavy duty clutch springs
Driven axle block sliders
Woodcraft fork sliders
Woodcraft race frame sliders
Woodcraft shark fin toe guard
Woodcraft race brake lever guard
Spears racing regulator re-locator
Spears racing kickstand eliminator motor mount
Spears folding race levers
GB Racing engine covers (all the way around)
Driven Racing Halo keyless fuel cap
415 chain conversion w/ 18/53t sprocket combination
Shorai lithium battery
Galfer floating wave rotor
Spiegler stainless brake lines (front/rear)
Ferodo carbon front brake pads
Spears shift shim kit, clutch spring, heavy duty detention spring
Norton racing spec shift star (eliminates false neutrals on downshifts)
Norton Velocity Stacks
Norton ECU flash for velocity stacks

Probably a few other things I'm forgetting that I'll update the list with as I discover them.

Drilled & wired for racing
All stock parts/fairings/plastics available and in great condition
Uncut wiring harness

Brand new Motul fork oil
Brand new Driven motor oil
Brand new Hiflow race filter
New distilled water w/ Redline water wetter coolant

Can easily be returned to street use (but why would you?)
Bike is very fast, corners on rails, pulls hard all the way to redline, doesn't eat tires

Clean title, Pink slip in hand, PNO registration
I have $13,000 into it, basically selling for the price of the after market parts
Need pics please. Tell about the build you did or did you buy it already built?
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Old 09-28-2020, 04:30 AM   #3
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Updated parts list w/ current prices and to include front/rear stands.

I bought the bike used and went through and built it myself.

If buyer would prefer K-Tech suspension vs. Ohlins I'll switch the front/rear from my 'A' bike to this one... makes no difference to me. (K-Tech is Razor-R rear w/ 95 spring & remote reservoir and 20IDS fronts w/ 8.5 springs)

Bike went down on right side (gently) after I false neutral'd and blew the corner at turn 4 in Buttonwillow before swapping in the Norton shift star and Spears transmission shim kit. Cosmetic damage to the fairings which I fiberglassed. No issues w/ false neutrals since then and the bike is fine.

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