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After selling my 2002 f4i I figured it was time for an upgrade. In March of 09 this rr on craigslist in Montana listed for 6500, with only 1500 miles on it. After talking the guy down to 6000 I took the pass thru one of our wonderful snowfalls in the mountains to pick it up.

The mods it had done when purchased:
- Two Brothers slip on
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The first thing I did to it was add a Honda CF tank protector and a Honda CF gas cap protector



Next was the pro grip white reflective wheel tape



After riding around for a little bit with the 2bros slip on I figured I would shop around for a full system. I decided to go with the yoshimura ss piping and the cf canister. The night I got the package I just got back from a softball game and was drinking just a bit. I thought it was a good idea to assemble the headers first... well that wasn't a good idea because I didn't realize how tight of a fit the headers would be.



And with perfect timing the PCV came in the mail while I was installing the exhaust.



Here are some pictures of the yoshimura install... you can see how tight it was when fitting the header.





I had the yoshi installed without the PCV installed. I started the bike up and waited for it to warm up. While it was warming up it was idling really weird and then would back fire if I revved it past 5k. Then it was time to rip apart the rest of the bike and put on the power commander.





After installing the license plate bracket I ran into the problem of the plastic touching the mid pipe. But no fear, I recently ordered the Tripage Adjustable Bracket.


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Sweet bike . Nice mods !!
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Sweet bike . Nice mods !!
Thanks, more to come in the next couple weeks

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Within the last couple days I have ordered some goodies... thanks to Clitsy I have some 07 Pearl White lowers on the way, thanks to T, an adjustable license plate bracket and thanks to Slowboy for some dotnet gear. Also figured I would try out some 2wheels levers and I'm patiently waiting on the fren tubo group buy to close up for some brake lines.

I took some pictures yesterday while it was nice out of how it sits now... can't wait for all of the incoming parts









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Lowers

Today I was able to get some work finally done on the rr. Lower fairings are on and so is the donet reservoir. I should be getting the tripage FE on hopefully soon and the new levers in the mail someday........... whenever that is

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great lookn bike man, good call on the RS-5 have the same, find the 2bros sticks out too far imo, def get lots of compliements on the Yoshy sound! fyi any plans to lower the exhaust inorder to see the TST light?, i know with Tripage's IT its a must; more or less half covered = not good. i have a DIY for the bracket if your interested click on the link in my sig ;)

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great lookn bike man, good call on the RS-5 have the same, find the 2bros sticks out too far imo, def get lots of compliements on the Yoshy sound! fyi any plans to lower the exhaust inorder to see the TST light?, i know with Tripage's IT its a must; more or less half covered = not good. i have a DIY for the bracket if your interested click on the link in my sig ;)
Yea I'm loving the yoshi on her. I just got back from work so I'm going to be putting on the Tripage FE to clean it up and keep the old bracket from touching the pipe. With the lowering link I already bought some parts(pretty close to the same as yours now that I looked at it) just figured I would do the rear end all at one.

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The little time I had in the last couple days I was able to put on a couple more mods. I started out with the yoshi lowering bracket idea from CBRtime and added the Tripage FE to get that pipe clear. Just this morning I added the2wheels levers and decided to take a couple pictures








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The little time I had in the last couple days I was able to put on a couple more mods. I started out with the yoshi lowering bracket idea from CBRtime and added the Tripage FE to get that pipe clear. Just this morning I added the2wheels levers and decided to take a couple pictures

Drool!!!!! Looking real nice, the white lowers set this bike off imo.
I have to say the solo cowl looks better on the bike as well, but I'm assuming you had it off for passenger reasons. Great job on the bike so far.

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Thanks man, i'm really happy about how it turned out. Now waiting on some red fren tubo lines

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That looks great with the white lowers. I'd like to have mine painted, but maintain the '09 Tricolor look. How messy do they get after riding?

Thanks for sharing.
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That looks great with the white lowers. I'd like to have mine painted, but maintain the '09 Tricolor look. How messy do they get after riding?

Thanks for sharing.
They really don't get too dirty, they stay cleaner than I thought they would. I wanted to maintain the look too but wanted to expose that engine. Thanks

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I heard back from slowboy and the fren tubo lines are on the way do hopefully i can get them before I go back home.
Also just ordered some driven gel grips and driven bar ends

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clean bike man, how much did the lowers run you? i'm looking for some reds for my 07
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clean bike man, how much did the lowers run you? i'm looking for some reds for my 07
I got them from Clitsy on here for 150. They pop up on here all the time cuz people usually get rid of them for some track skins, if not Ebay has used ones too

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The new fren tubo lines are in but i go to work tomorrow and then traveling to Wisconsin. Hopefully I'll have time to put them on in a couple weeks

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Adjuster Color Changing

So when I went home on leave I forgot my brake lines in Montana, now its going to have to wait til next break

I had the bike in the sun for maybe 48hrs total and the 2wheels adjusters have completely changed from black to a copperish color


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Looks great.
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Bike looks really nice, not sure if i like the white lowers or not, i do but i dont at the same time. Its def differnent the more i look at it the more its growing on me,,, Next i would paint subframe and rearsets flat black to get rid of the silver... I did here of peoples 2 wheel levers fading in the sun, thats what happens when u buy 35 levers. But, i do here they work fine wc is a plus.

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Bike looks really nice, not sure if i like the white lowers or not, i do but i dont at the same time. Its def differnent the more i look at it the more its growing on me,,, Next i would paint subframe and rearsets flat black to get rid of the silver... I did here of peoples 2 wheel levers fading in the sun, thats what happens when u buy 35 levers. But, i do here they work fine wc is a plus.
That's the plan for winter to get rid of all the silver so everything isn't clashing imo. They work great but I'm thinking in winter I'll fork out more cash for better quality

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Did you have those lowers painted or ordered right from honda like that? and do they match the colour on the tank?
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Did you have those lowers painted or ordered right from honda like that? and do they match the colour on the tank?
I got them on here under the classifieds section. I was going to order them from ronayers.com but they are near mint condition for much cheaper. They match the tank pretty well for being from an 07 but I might get them redone this winter. Hope this helps

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Fren Tubo

I know I said a couple months ago I was going to put the brake lines on but I just got too busy. It would have been nice to have some sort of instruction with the lines but I ended up making it work after a couple failed attempts. Thanks for the quality lines slowboy

Now my girlfriend is across the country so the solo cover is back on and the pegs are off... looks much better imo








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i like what your doing man, somehow i would paint the mids white and red to continue the flow of color


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i like what your doing man, somehow i would paint the mids white and red to continue the flow of color
Thanks, I get what you're saying but I dont want to get rid of the blue with it being the tricolor. Once summer ends here in Montana I'm going to black out all of the silver that I can and then Ill go from there. Thanks for the recommendation

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No problem maybe try some pin stripping to help the flow


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I dont know how I would do the pin striping Rizzo, but I think Ill work off of that idea and at least go with a red honda decal on the lowers.

Its a slowly moving process, trying to save money because Im getting out of the military and its hunting season haha

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