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Superbike-Coach's Homemade MotoGP Yamaha Photo Gallery

Superbike-Coach's Can Akkaya has been working hard on making a full-blown MotoGP bike out of a 2006 Yamaha R1 to use as an instructional tool for his motorcycle riding school.

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Akkaya relies on Race Tech Suspension to give his R1 GP-like handling.
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An M1 spec DID Chain gets the back wheel of the GP project bike spinning.
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Coach Akkaya uses his GP-style racer to teach students at his Superbike-Coach school and for an occasional romp on his favorite local roads.
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A Hyperpro steering damper helps take the shake out of the front end when Akkaya gets his GP racer up to speed.
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Clearwater LEDs help make the Superbike-Coach GP project bike legal to ride on the streets as well as the track.
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Plenty of carbon fiber bits help trim weight on the Superbike-Coach project GP bike.
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With the Superbike-Coach GP project bike, Can Akkaya shows what can be done using the vast supply of high-performance aftermarket parts for superbikes.