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    Kit for a Euro Trackday Trip?

    I've got my first Euro event booked for the start of March next year and I'm completely buzzing for it! It's probably a little early but I want to start getting prepared, or at least have a list of what I need. So far I have:

    - bike
    - leathers, helmet etc
    - tool kit
    - paddock stands
    - fuel can
    - tyre warmers + extension
    - pressure gauge
    - probably my clothes for the trip so I don't have to mess around with much hand luggage
    - ratchet straps and covers / cushions for the stillage
    - spares (not sure what I should plan for other than brake pads?!)
    - tyres (probably have a day left in the current ones and then a fresh set going on)
    - probably some food, snacks and drinks (guessing expensive at the track?)

    The bike will be freshly serviced before going, new chain and sprockets and brake fluid change.

    Also if anyone has any photos of a packed stillage for some ideas on what to put where and securing it all etc?

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    Re: Kit for a Euro Trackday Trip?

    Money Joe ?

    Stuart's Galaxy sent this !

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    Re: Kit for a Euro Trackday Trip?

    Quote Originally Posted by JoePeps View Post
    I've got my first Euro event booked for the start of March next year and I'm completely buzzing for it! It's probably a little early but I want to start getting prepared, or at least have a list of what I need. So far I have:

    - bike
    - leathers, helmet etc
    - tool kit
    - paddock stands
    - fuel can
    - tyre warmers + extension
    - pressure gauge
    - probably my clothes for the trip so I don't have to mess around with much hand luggage
    - ratchet straps and covers / cushions for the stillage
    - spares (not sure what I should plan for other than brake pads?!)
    - tyres (probably have a day left in the current ones and then a fresh set going on)
    - probably some food, snacks and drinks (guessing expensive at the track?)

    The bike will be freshly serviced before going, new chain and sprockets and brake fluid change.

    Also if anyone has any photos of a packed stillage for some ideas on what to put where and securing it all etc?
    you wont be allowed fuel cans, you buy fuel at track obviously for more than at the pump. 110v to 240 euro adaptor, wouldnt bother with food it will already cost you a fortune, spare levers , pegs incase you have a small one go onto u tube no limits and focused show stillage you hardly get anything on there that tight with 2 bikes even had to put tools in belly pan on last trip with no limits, take 2 keys incase you loose one,

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    Re: Kit for a Euro Trackday Trip?

    Quote Originally Posted by stuartb View Post
    Money Joe ?

    Stuart's Galaxy sent this !
    i plenty of cash costs a fortune,

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    Re: Kit for a Euro Trackday Trip?

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    Re: Kit for a Euro Trackday Trip?

    This is the sort of fuel jug you can take
    https://www.toolstation.com/shop/Aut...ing+Jug/p75818

    You'll basically want a full one of these per session (5l). You get fuel in 20l cans from the track organiser and then decant 5l at a time.

    Re: power...it gets tricky I would take the following, as it should cover you for all types of garage;
    https://www.industrialextensionleads...ad-10317-p.asp
    https://www.industrialextensionleads...or-10520-p.asp
    https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/travel-adapters/1268181/

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    Re: Kit for a Euro Trackday Trip?

    who you going with?


    bike key. i cable tied mine to the bike. also try to find out which power sockets the circuit has. some use normal 2 pin and some 3 pin and some also have 3 phase.

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    Re: Kit for a Euro Trackday Trip?

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    Wow legend thank you mate.

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    This is the sort of fuel jug you can take
    https://www.toolstation.com/shop/Aut...ing+Jug/p75818

    You'll basically want a full one of these per session (5l). You get fuel in 20l cans from the track organiser and then decant 5l at a time.

    Re: power...it gets tricky I would take the following, as it should cover you for all types of garage;
    https://www.industrialextensionleads...ad-10317-p.asp
    https://www.industrialextensionleads...or-10520-p.asp
    https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/travel-adapters/1268181/
    Extensions and adaptors I have sorted, I'm going with Focused and they said I can take fuel cans but they have to be empty, so was thinking of a 10L metal and 5L plastic?

    Quote Originally Posted by r25sti View Post
    who you going with?


    bike key. i cable tied mine to the bike. also try to find out which power sockets the circuit has. some use normal 2 pin and some 3 pin and some also have 3 phase.
    With focused Events to Almeria.

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