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Made the poor decision to ride to work sick today. Sneezed in my helmet at least twice.

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Removed my heat shields. Waiting for some stuff to get delivered to do some more work on it. Got bit by the mod bug recently lol

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Installed my woodcraft frame sliders... But the precut holes weren't big enough so I had to cut it a bit more. Now that I've installed them, they're still not big enough because the left side fairing that I just bought off a guy on Craigslist probably made didn't center the hole for the frame sliders...

So now I have to make the circle a little wider and so it won't be a circle anymore :(


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Rode it hard at the track today & set a new personal best lap time, slashed 1.3s off previous best. Going to ride it again tomorrow.


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Got a gear position indicator installed, and annual service done. Rode 90km in rain to the dealer, waited around while the work was done, and rode home again. Fortunately in dry weather.
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Just put on my Puig race shield and replaced some fairing's from a wreck I had.
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Changed the oil then tried to fit my full exhaust system but failed miserably

Now through bikes in pieces and I'm out of ideas and patience

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New grips, new rear tire, and installed alarm and speedohealer.

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Changed the oil then tried to fit my full exhaust system but failed miserably

Now through bikes in pieces and I'm out of ideas and patience

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what issues are you having? Not lining up properly?


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To cold here in jersey so just put in the quick disconnect for the tender charger. Weather and time isn't looking to promising


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what issues are you having? Not lining up properly?
The yoshimura manifolds don't seem to fit like the stock ones did, they slid straight out with ease oncertain unbolted but the yoshimura ones seem to big...

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FINALLY got the exhaust on, looks and sounds awesome! Bike is still in pieces but I also changed the oil/filter and flushed the cooling system.

Now just waiting on signal connectors to arrive so I can install the new indicators and put it all back together for a ride

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Installed new rear brake pads (fronts being done tomorrow or Tuesday).




Then took her out for a ride to find a nail in the rear tyre when I got home and a PSI of 8!






Odd thing is that the bike didn't handle like the pressure was low at all.
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Installed new rear brake pads (fronts being done tomorrow or Tuesday).




Then took her out for a ride to find a nail in the rear tyre when I got home and a PSI of 8!






Odd thing is that the bike didn't handle like the pressure was low at all.
That sucks...

Time for a new one there mate.
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Yup. Thinking of having a Dunlop Q2 put on tomorrow to replace it.
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Installed limited edition yellow d3 grips and barends and even received free extra barends.



Installed dtiven socks for +4 hp



I have a ton of other stuff to install waiting on my new fairings to do oil air filter plugs and chain and sprocks.



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So I'm thinking of taking the tank cover off and putting some steel strips underneath so I can use a magnetic tank bag; anybody done this?
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Nope, mine sticks down to my tank just fine... not as well as a metal tank but certainly enough to hold it there.
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Installed limited edition yellow d3 grips and barends and even received free extra barends.



Installed dtiven socks for +4 hp



I have a ton of other stuff to install waiting on my new fairings to do oil air filter plugs and chain and sprocks.



Gloss tank covers



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