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Old 07-09-2009, 05:02 PM
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Nice RR!
My R1 is an 07' Ive had her since new, now its got a power commander 3, Vortex rearsets, CRG gold shorty levers, Puig double bubble windscreen, M4 cat eliminator, m4 Ti slip-ons, Galfer braided lines, Ohlins steering stabilizer, BME Filter, . I really should have just got another 600 but you can never really have too much right ?
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Old 07-09-2009, 05:20 PM
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Thanx...

I actually have layed it down with those fairings. i fixed them, most dont even notice its been layed down till i tell them, from 8ft you cant tell. I have NEW Faitrigns that I have to put on. I wanted to be different with no one ever having the same look as mine, but not so different that I stand out too much. The new ones are a Factor color in a factor scheme, but the factory never made this... OEM Tribal flames scheme black. The did a black with gray tribal and a orange with black tribal from the factory, but mine is one Honda Red. but unlike when the factory does it they paint the front frender and the tail in the main color (so mine would both be red) but I had mine done in Black.
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Old 07-09-2009, 05:21 PM
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see they still need to be installed
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Old 07-09-2009, 05:25 PM
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... I really should have just got another 600 but you can never really have too much right ?
Too much? LOL I'm looking for my 2nd and 3rd bikes right now LOL. I'm trying to get an RC51 to sit next to my RR. And and older 600 for my wife. She says my RR is too much for her LOL and I'm looking to sell it to get a newer 1liter...

Too much. Instead of getting a pontiac Grand Prix GTP (supercharged v-6) I had to find and ger the GXP (5.3L V-8)
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Old 11-17-2009, 07:55 PM
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My 99 R6. It has 11,000 on it and runs like a champ.

When I first got it



Small mishap (fell of the trailer at 80mph, I didnt wreck it)



Street Fighter style now



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Old 11-20-2009, 12:46 AM
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i think mines the best oh well..ridings riding aint it?
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Old 12-01-2009, 05:49 PM
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Heres my toy. 01 Harley sportster 1200 custom. Lots of work put into this one. too much to list.



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Old 12-03-2009, 02:17 AM
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i should be getting a new bike some time next week 125cc thumpstar

cant go wrong for 100 cheaper than a jero
i know its not a serious bike but im going going to be using it in woods

same as this:
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/125cc-thumpsta...em335803cf1 4

but im eventually going to get it fully resprayed, new seat, new wheels and monster energy fairing

oh mine has rear disk too
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Old 12-23-2009, 03:42 AM
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heres a few of mine

my zx7r



my zrx1100



my ktm



me on the 7r at rockingham

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2004 600RR


when dressed for the street (rare occasion)




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How do you like that Jardine pipe? I had a RT-4 on a dirtbike for a while (4-stroke) and loved it. Wish I could find more for my current bikes.
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Here is my 1990 Yamaha FZR1000 with way to much time and money into. My baby. Paint layout took me months alone.lol


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Here is my 08 CBR600RR. I put a carbon fiber Leo Vince exhaust, PC3USB, BMC air filter, OPP pollution block offs, CRG levers, solo tail, smoked windscreen, flush mount front sgnals, custom taillight, black powdercoated foot controls and some Michelin 2CT tires. I installed a custom air/fuel map, i'm a tech, and ended up with 109.4 HP at the wheel. Soon the wheels and suspension get done.
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How do you like that Jardine pipe? I had a RT-4 on a dirtbike for a while (4-stroke) and loved it. Wish I could find more for my current bikes.
I like it. The differences between pipe brands (for a slip on) was marginal so I went with the cheapest pipe and really like the sound. Its got a nice raspy deep tone. perfect sound.

I've also got a PCIII with a custom map so it does well.
Marchesini wheels with DOT race tires, race bodywork, Penske rear shock sprung for me, Race Tech front fork internals, frame sliders, heated grips and plug for heated vest (used to do lots of winter mountain/canyon riding), double bubble screen and some other things I can't remember on it. I spent money only where I would get a definitive performance gain. No money was spent purely for looks. Its all go, no show.
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