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    Track bike conversion

    So 851 miles after purchase Iím converting my 17 plate to a track and then a race bike. Before I install my new fairings, what do I have to do to my original loom to stop fault codes when I unplug all of the road gubbins? Thanks in advance, Adam.

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    Re: Track bike conversion

    go to the alpha racing site and start spending on delete kits.

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    Re: Track bike conversion

    Thereís a Alpha 4 plug kit for all warning sensors. Get it from Prime Factors.



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    Re: Track bike conversion

    Thankyou very much for your replies, Ryan’s build thread has a lot to answer for.......the sad thing is I’m building it up for a seriously talented young racer so he can cartwheel it at every track!

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    On my '15 I only needed the one for the kickstand, the rest I can switch off....
    Speed doesnt kill, its how fast you stop.......

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    Re: Track bike conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by bananaman View Post
    On my '15 I only needed the one for the kickstand, the rest I can switch off....
    Agreed, i am not sure if you can buy it separately though :/


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    You can buy both the alpha Racing side stand plug and fuel tank sensor plug individually. The latter plug is only needed if your race organisation requires you to use Explosafe in your fuel tank for safety purposes.

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    Re: Track bike conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    Agreed, i am not sure if you can buy it separately though :/


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    Yep, think alpha...
    Speed doesnt kill, its how fast you stop.......

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    Re: Track bike conversion

    Ordered, thanks.

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