Hey guys so going through the slow process of converting the ZX as money comes in and getting it tracked up. Looking for some advise from those who have already set up track bikes/trailers for them selves. Things I have sorted out One 2010 ZX6R ... duh a set of Pirelli Superbike Pro Track day slicks Front and rear paddock stands. GB Racing engine protection kit. Decided I'm going to remove the kaneg crash knobs as they bolt in to the engine and I'm thinking fairing replacement is going to be cheaper then engine parts. New set of Kaneg Tyre warmers. 1 spare rear tyre warmer because my fcuking front one died hence the new kanegs. Things I need to sort out Fairings As far as the bike is concerned I need to get a set of race fairings sorted. Looking at getting a set from superbikesource.com.au Anyone had any experience with these guys? I kind of just dig the fuel tank cover option to be honest so I can do a complete paint job. http://superbikesource.com.au/products/ZX6%2dR-2009%2d12-Fibreglass-race-fairings.html Total would come to 770 shipped. Has anyone tried any of the ebay fairings? were they considerably cheaper and was it worth it for the quality? Rearsets I'm looking at 2 potential options for rear sets. I like the look of the vortex ones because they have folding lever tips which would potentially mean less replacement parts in the event of and off and the possibility of getting back on again in the same day if damage was minimal. On the downside it seems you can only get spare parts from OS so if I did need to get replacement parts it might take a while. Other option is wet4u or kaneg rear sets (they look to be exactly the same, I'm guessing they use the same manufacturer) no folding levers but would be able to get replacement parts easily as both are based in Sydney. QS Will look at quick shifters later down the line but looking at Annitori at this point. Trailer Set up Going halves with a mate, buying a 8 by 5 box trailer which we intend to set up with some kaneg trailer mates. Has anyone used those tyre down tie downs for the rear wheel? Are they far superior to regular tie downs to the chassis? I also heard they can scuff up rear huggers and chain guards pretty badly, is there any truth to that? Cheers guys, this is going to be a bit of a slow process so don't expect to many updates. Hoping I will all be ready by summer.