SP400 Swingarm Pivot Bolt Kit. The biggest advantage is to give you the ability to change your damaged items faster and less stress.
As soon as I saw the product, I bought it.
The stock swing arm pivot bolt locks in the right foot-peg mounting plate and requires the removal of the bolt completely to replace a plate that gets bent. Not something fun to attempt at the track if you bin the bike on the right side.
You reuse the OEM nut on the left side, and included in the kit is a castle nut and cotter pin for the right side.
Installation is rather easy, suspend the bike (not by lifting on the swinger), support the swing arm so it isn't drooping (I tied mine up a little with a strap). Then use the new bolt and a rubber mallet with the nut on the end of the bolt and drive out the old. Make sure to coat in waterproof grease before install.
Hanging the bike, tied up the swinger...
Now the change of plates will be equally as easy at the track if needed. I have a spare set in the spares box.
Pushing out the old...
Right side is now threaded...