185EZ's 2014 ZX-14R and 57x's 1998 ZX-9R have been added to the poll!!!
Thanks for this very generous opportunity. I'm assuming it's not too late to enter and with that in mind here's one to add to the mix. I've owned since 5.5k miles. Just hit 25K. I consider myself to be the original owner as the guy I got it from was a college professor who basically didn't do anything with it in 16 years. I'll include the first picture, and then what it is now.
The following is a list of the maintenance and parts that I've added on.
Superbike steering with custom bar ends
Zero gravity windscreen
Heal-tech speed healer and gear indicator
Complete muzzy titanium exhaust (minus 16lbs vs stock)
Hayes (billet clutch basket with built in basket ring). The omission of this ring imo is
where the original basket needed it the most.
BMC air filters rotated with OEM every other cleaning.
Steel braided brake lines: Newly rebuilt calipers
New brake pads
Nitron R1 shock
Racetech fork springs
New fork seals
New tri stage paint to match factory oem specs to address the scratches on the tank cover and the pillion cover. I'm more than 50% sure the previous owner rode the bike with a large belt buckle and as a result it left a mark.
Aux volt meter with dual usb ports
Aux cooling switch
Portable slime tire repair kit
Currently, 200/55 shinko o11. Previously 200/50 shink oo9, and prior as received, the dunlop D207 200/50
Original clutch (minus the basket). Modified to improve cooling.
New fork oem tube. Original was knicked and wouldn't seal.
Oil/ filter changes every 1.5k miles
Air filter cleaned every other oil change.
Valves checked at 18K miles
One of a kind 220mph speedometer. (Everyone knows the bike will never see that speed), it's just a rarity among modern bikes and something I'll probably never see again equipped on a stock bike.
Corrected 1/4mile trap speed 141-142mph from 8800ft. I will not post the et, because the bike was never setup. Now let's not get all in stretch over this, the brochure and mag #s have the bike trapping at 140-145's all day. So my numbers are nothing to write home about without understanding the bikes setup as outlined above.
First picture is the before. Completely stock missing the battery cover and the passenger cover on the ride home with about 5.5k miles. I didn't get a photo of the odometer until about an hour or two later.