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post #31 of 78 (permalink) Old 11-29-2012, 02:03 PM
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nice!

Actually...flat black looks pretty good too b/c it provides some contrast on a gloss black bike...I found this online

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nice!

Actually...flat black looks pretty good too b/c it provides some contrast on a gloss black bike...I found this online

Very nice, I like flat black. The contrast is key. I think if I can find matte black, or maybe someone that will swap the 09 dark graphite mids for my silvers I would be all over that! Especially with the CF accent parts I have, and plan on getting.

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Here is an updated mod list:

Goodridge SS Front Lines
Woodcraft Case Cover
Woodcraft Stator Cover
Woodcraft Spools
Tripage STD IT
Tripage FE
LED License plate bolts
Removed Front/Rear Reflectors
LED Flushmounts
520 MKXV Chain Conversion
-1/+1 Driven Sprockets
Heat Shield Removed
Black levers

Parts I have waiting to go on the bike:
CF twill Windscreen (RSP919)
CF twill Mid inserts (RSP919)
CF twill Gauge cover (SKUR)
CF twill Triple cover (SKUR)
CF twill gas cap cover (SKUR)
CF twill Vinyl wrap for subframe (3M)
Rear Res Delete
Goodridge SS rear line
No-cut delrin frame sliders
BMC Race Filter
Lawst Caws Frame Plugs
LED Integrated mirrors

Mods I would like to complete in 2013:
TOCE Slip-on
CF exhaust cover
CF Hugger
More CF...
Powdercoat rearset/passenger pegs
black mids (can't decide on gloss vs matte)

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So I just learned a valuable lesson, which hopefully you guys can take advantage of as well.

SKUR offers all three CF pieces (gauge cover, triple cover, and gas cap cover) on his website: http://www.skurccf.com/

He also offers free shipping on orders over $50.01 and all prices on the website are 10% less then ebay. Doh! Spread the word people!!

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post #36 of 78 (permalink) Old 12-05-2012, 07:35 AM Thread Starter
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That's a bad a$$ garage!! I want mine to like like that!!!
Thanks! I can't take the credit because it was my friends garage, and his bikes as well!

Do you see that gold chain hanging from the ceiling? Let's just say Mr. T is missing some jewelry... ;)

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Your project is coming along nicely...

Be careful with all the carbon stuff, too much can be too tacky.
Simplicity is key.
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Your project is coming along nicely...

Be careful with all the carbon stuff, too much can be too tacky.
Simplicity is key.
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I agree 100%, that's why I'm choosing to do only the accent pieces and no full fairing pieces. The windscreen is the largest piece I'm looking to put on the bike. I had the notion that too much CF would be tacky last night too, and I kept comtemplating if the windscreen is going to look good.. time will tell.

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Thanks JWRusk, I'm a huge fan of your bike. Have you decided on 600rr vs 1krr yet?

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Awesome.

Such a weird day today, but I got contacted by RevZilla and they informed me that I was considered in the top 20 for the motorcycle haiku during week 5 of the ZLA contest.

Here's the screenshot..


I didn't win, but the winner, Charlie got $750 in Shoei products. Support these guys for doing such a cool thing for the riding community.

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Too bad about the bike's plunge, but great recovery. Can't wait to see the blacked out look with CF accents. Keep it up!

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Got a couple of parts in the past week. Jut waiting on LED mirrors and most of everything will be sitting in the garage waiting to go on. Hopefully by the end of january I will have it all put together!!

Lawst Caws frame plugs
Delrin no-cut frame sliders
CF triple, gas, and gauge cover (SKUR)

sorry about the shitty quality, robbed the pic from instagram lol..

Digital camera is on the wishlist, maybe a gopro in the early new year.

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is that a dealer garage lol looks great coming along nicely.....

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Haha! I wish... I wanna add another bad boy in there yet. Either a self-built Supermoto or the new super duke 1290 ;)

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So I just learned a valuable lesson, which hopefully you guys can take advantage of as well.
The lesson here is to always carry a kickstand pad if you are in a hot environment. Just ask people who live in Arizona and Texas.

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Most definitely... it doesn't even get that hot here but, **** still happens. That black pave is our friend and enemy all in one.

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Just ordered a speedo healer from a dot net member. Next mod I have in mind is the G-craft replica rear reservoir from superbikesupply !

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Hey guys, it's been a while. The winter is over and I'm finally getting my bike out this weekend. Ran into some extra cash so I said fffffffff it and got a few parts. Big shout out to TST for hooking me up.

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I really can't make up my mind on slip-on.. It's between toce and hyperflo... Ahh I just can't decide..

Awesome deal you got there for sure!
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I really can't make up my mind on slip-on.. It's between toce and hyperflo... Ahh I just can't decide..

Awesome deal you got there for sure!
Man the look alone drove me to get the TOCE, but it sounds mean AF as well... easy decision especially with my color scheme.

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Got my bike today..... had it stored and finally got out for a ride!


Fresh off the truck with a boat load of dust.. got er cleaned up and went for a nice cruise.

Came home and put a few parts on, SKUR triple cover, gas cap cover, gauge cluster cover.
Before/After







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Overall shot of the 3...


Also managed to install my no-cut frame sliders. Sorry for the horrible pics lol I need a camera so bad...



Attempted wrapping the subframe without removing it.. as you can see my step by step progress to make a template and then apply it. Needs some tweaking and I ran out of light.

Cardboard template


Transposed on CF vinyl backing



Outcome



Needs some work, not 100% pleased but it's a great starting point and my first time doing this. C&C welcome


Again, I ran out of light and just want to see what it would look like overall. I think if I spend a little more time at it I can have that subframe looking real good.

CF windscreen and mid inserts, new mid fairing/upper mid, speedoDRD, and led mirrors should be on this week(end).

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Also expect my parts from TST by friday. TOCEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Take lots of pics man! When I get a better cash flow I'm going to put an big order in. Hopefully by fall.


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Will do, I recommend TST!!!! and following your build now!

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I have some surprises in store for this summer. Parts are on route!

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Very nice work. I'm digging the indicator, triple tree, and gas tank covers. Might have to look into them.

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