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Hell get a space heater or one of the propane ones from like home depot and put it on! Can't let a little cold weather stop mod season lol

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haha nah id rather wait till the spring, can't ride now anyways :( plus i love putting the mods on when the nice weather come. We hope to be buying a new home next summer, can't wait for my GARAGE, heated hopefully
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Likely going with this Evo Tech as i mentioned
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BTW ive more or less decided to keep her for at least 1 more season ;) unless some crazy deal comes my way :P
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Top Bridge Cover from honda racing

and will prob get this stick on piece as well, not a big fan of "stick" on stuff, but on certian bikes i find it looks good (white bikes for eg)
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updated with rearsets

Yosh RS-5 Stainless
Yosh Spools
Yosh Bar Ends
Renthal Med Grips
Honda OEM Rear Seat Cowl
Slyvania Silver Stars (DDM HID kit Removed)
Puig Smoked Screen
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CF Hugger (carbonpartz.net)
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Watsen LED front sigs
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will likely keep my oem Tri pc ones so when i sell i can swap them back on etc. But may change my mind and sell them anyways?
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Damn man look at u and all the mods..... Bikes lookin incredible.... Y would u think about gettin rid of it after puttin all that money into it?

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Hey buddy hows things btw ;) haha i know what bike i want next just not sure when ill buy it lol, maybe ill keep her AND buy a new one, now that would be sweet!
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Hey buddy hows things btw ;) haha i know what bike i want next just not sure when ill buy it lol, maybe ill keep her AND buy a new one, now that would be sweet!
Great idea! Especially if you don't owe on your current bike I don't owe on mine so when I'm in the market for a new one I'll just start all over again. Spent to much time working on it and making this thing the way I want it that I'd never get what's in it back out if I sold it so keeping it sounds better to me lol

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Dave, HRC 1k rr? That's on my list but I'm still keeping my 6! My 6 serves my purposes just fine, so who knows


Black 2006 600rr l SOLD Dec 2010
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Great idea! Especially if you don't owe on your current bike I don't owe on mine so when I'm in the market for a new one I'll just start all over again. Spent to much time working on it and making this thing the way I want it that I'd never get what's in it back out if I sold it so keeping it sounds better to me lol

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Dave, HRC 1k rr? That's on my list but I'm still keeping my 6! My 6 serves my purposes just fine, so who knows
lol yup, more and likely but like the Day 675R and 848evo, CBR1K would prob be best sutied though for street riding ;)
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Any recommendations on the best place to get this. I'm with you about the stick on stuff, but this piece will help bring the tank together imo.

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thx, and agree; with my gauge cover, triple cover and tank pad it will flow nicely im thinking, plus its only $20 or so. Ryan (Ry6rr) had me order his on ebay for him, i guess he cant or couldnt find it where he is (UK) so ill likely do the same
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Doing good man, little bummed riding season is over, but snowboarding starts wc is nice.... I haven't really done anything to the bike in awhile I'm focusing on getting all my gear for track days next year, can't wait....

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yeah always a sad day when you cover the bike for the off season :( snowboarding nice, i just play hockey no skiing or snowboarding for me lol, track day sweet!! im sure you'll love it! hope i can get out one day
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not a big fan of "stick" on stuff, but on certian bikes i find it looks good (white bikes for eg)
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Any recommendations on the best place to get this. I'm with you about the stick on stuff, but this piece will help bring the tank together imo.
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thx, and agree; with my gauge cover, triple cover and tank pad it will flow nicely im thinking, plus its only $20 or so. Ryan (Ry6rr) had me order his on ebay for him, i guess he cant or couldnt find it where he is (UK) so ill likely do the same
I'm not usually a fan of stickers and such like either but I'm really happy with both the rear cowl and fuel tank trim. Once fitted on the bike it looks great especially against the white. I went for them as they offer subtle detailing which doesn't appear obtrusive and it matches the rest of the carbon fibre already on the bike. It is a shame that these are not available in the UK and Europe so thanks again for ordering them for me.
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FYI Dave: that Honda Racing tripple tree cover is just 'carbon look'. In case you didn't know...

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^ yup i realize that, would till look good though, is there even a real cf avil? ill check ebay, obvioulsy would be more $.
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Actually there a lot cheaper, one here for $30 shipped, ill prob grab it. The Honda Racing one does look great and has "Honda Racing" on it which is prob why is $70 or so :P
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/SKUR-Honda-CB...37c93c&vxp=mtr
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Awesome upgrades. I grabbed a triple cover and gauge cover from SKUR, about a week ago... should be in monday. He drops shipping on the additional items FYI. I like the fact is it real CF not just "carbon look".

There's no such thing as too much CF.
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^ yup i realize that, would till look good though, is there even a real cf avil? ill check ebay, obvioulsy would be more $.

I know RSP was making them

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^ yeah i remember Steve having them, i highly doubt he has any left. He sold all his remaining items recently (was lucky enough to grab the sprocket cover) ill pm him anyways, but the above ebay one will do fine

@mtanner; does he have any more or just the one you grabbed?
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Found SKUR's thread, is he only making "coloured" parts? i just want plain CF
Anyone interested in colored carbon fiber parts?
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Sorry Dave, SKUR is the same guy on ebay as well...

The link you posted is SKUR's product, and his ebay username. He has gauge covers and triple covers left on ebay. $54.xx for both shipped to canada.

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http://myworld.ebay.ca/skur_808/?_trksid=p4340.l2559

Add both of the items to your cart, proceed to checkout once they are both added. It removes the shipping on the second item.

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oh ok thx, i already have the gauge cover, just need the triple one. thx again
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Updated with cover

Yosh RS-5 Stainless
Yosh Spools
Yosh Bar Ends
Renthal Med Grips
Honda OEM Rear Seat Cowl
Slyvania Silver Stars (DDM HID kit Removed)
Puig Smoked Screen
Puig Anodized Chain Gaurd
CF Hugger (carbonpartz.net)
CF Gauge Cover
CF Triple Tree Cover (SKUR)
CF Sprocket Cover (RSP)
Pro Grip Carbon Fiber Tank Pad
Watsen LED front sigs
Tripage IT Clear
Tripage FE
Tripage Brake Light Relay
Vortex Rearsets
Spiegler SS Brakes Lines
Pazzo Levers
Pro Grip Rim Tape
EBC HH Pads
Dotnet front res cover
Dunlop Q2's
Driven 520 -1,+2 Gold EK Chain
Driven Sprocket Nuts
DRD Speedo
Slowboy 90deg valve stems
Slowboy Red Honda Key
Rear Res Delete (Brembo Res)
Shaved rear reservoir bracket
Tech Spec Tank Pads
Pro Bolts - Hugger, Windscreen, Gas Cap
Evo Tech Axle Nut
Evo Tech Oil Fill Cap
Woodcraft Sliders
Woodcraft Clutch Cover
Woodcraft Stator Cover
Cox Rad Guard
Lawst Caws Frame Plugs
08' Silver Lowers
Heat Shields Delete
Reflextors Delete
Warning Stickers Removed
Rear Cowl Orig 600RR Decal Removed Added Diff Color One
58 Super Sic Decal
Amsoil 100% Synthetic

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dave, you and i should do a bike swap in the spring lol. you can try out my RSV :)

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lol, maybe? not big into "trading" bikes though :P you hear too many horror stories, only other person whose ridden my bike is my brother, ive ridden his Busa and M109R ;)
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