Annitori = Best bang for your buck. Awesome support.Guy replaces the parts for free (under warranty).
Translogic = Best possible quickshifter you can get.Used in Moto2, WSBK, I could go on. I have it on my race bike and it's incredibly smooth.
Go test out the FZ-07 or FZ-09.
I loved my FZ-07, then eventually went to an FZ-10 for the road.
Super comfortable, can keep up with faster-paced groups, tons of fun engine-wise, super reliable.. I could go on.
If however you feel like going the cruiser route, the Rebel 500 isn't a bad choice.
Where does it say it's a track bike / used to be? I'll try to make the ad clearer :). It's never been on the track.
SS is a tough time for selling due to people not being able to get insurance on SS lately :(
@Katatonic weird flex but okay
@Sebi I plan to do a trip down to Pittsburgh for their track. Same distance as Shannonville but better tarmac. I'm hoping that PittRace is just as good as what the people in the track pit say.
In a nutshell, I'm bored of my FZ-07. It's *extremely* fun around town and being an outright hooligan, but the second you hit the twisties the suspension falls flat on its face.
I looked into getting upgraded suspension and after working it all out (rear + front + installation) it'd work out to...
Bought my first track bike (picture was from about two weeks ago).
2004 GSX-R 600. Been kept well. Nothing too special that's been added (digital gear indicator, frame sliders, strator covers, shorty levers, aftermarket rear-sets, steel-braided lines, brand-new Dunlop Q3's).