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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 06:30 PM
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post #32 of 37 (permalink) Old 04-09-2013, 03:23 PM Thread Starter
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Cool MadDawgRR March build update

Alright, getting killed in this months BOTM anyhow, so a few subtle updates since last posted. Picked up the Rizoma Prototype mirrors & Galfer front rotors from Browning Buck recently (Thanks much!!!). Ordered matching Galfer wave/slotted rear rotor, & Galfer HH pads front/rear from Motomummy (Thx Corey!), as well as Spiegler SS lines in smoke w/ red banjos (looks great with the carbon fiber fender/hugger etc. as the SS weave shows through the smoke sleeves & ties in w/ red highlights), and a full flush w/ Motul RBF600. Installed these as well as did a full Amsoil MCF 10W-40 w/ Amsoil filter when I had my 15K service done. Valves adjustment was all in spec... no adjustment needed, gotta love well maintained Hondas!

Absolutely love the new Rizoma mirrors compared to the bulbous/ugly stockers, though the mirror itself is smaller/shaped more angular, the mirror arms/extenders are longer, so I actually have much better visibility behind me and not just my elbows. Plus the angular lines & amazing quality/workmanship & machined finish on the Rizomas is... well what you pay for Rizoma. Adds to the sharper lines of the bike IMHO... Sexy!

So the before/pre-winter pic w/ stock rotors & lines, bulbous stock mirrors:


And how she sits now:


The new brake setup is sweet as well, Galfer wave/slotted rotors look amazing/aggressive front & rear, & braking is much more solid, though this is more than likely a good brake bleed w/ RBF600 & the new Galfer HH pads. Haven't pushed it hard enough to discern the fade resistance yet.


Anyhow, really like how she's coming along for spring... Keep Calm & Ride On!

'07 600RR Pearl White - Akra SO - Akra CF hugger & heatshield, CF front fender, tank panels - S2K dual proj HIDs w/ PIAA 6000K D2S - ASV levers - Galfer F/R wave rotors/pads - Spiegler SS lines - MOTY gauge LEDs - Puig DB - Watsen flush mounts - Tripage IT & FE/LED bracket, flasher relay - TechSpec C3 tank grips - Black PC pegs - Reflective shadow wing graphics - custom reflective rim tape - Luimoto F/R custom seats - Driven Ltd Ed White D3 grips - Rizoma Prototype Mirrors - Res socks - S20s
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post #33 of 37 (permalink) Old 04-09-2013, 04:01 PM
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sweet bro... love the red accents and those mirrors are awesome... i got em last year and love em too... everything ties together on the bike very nicely... what's next? lol

man and machine... to be one is just a dream... the corner and the lean that's what i mean... blowin some steam relaxing it may seem... addicted like a fiend...

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Love the paint scheme. And the seat flows so well with it!
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post #36 of 37 (permalink) Old 04-11-2013, 09:50 PM
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Killer bike, and yes, those mirrors are sexy!

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Thanks, the Luimoto custom rear seat looks really clean, has similar lines to the OEM Solo cowl, and keeps the option for the occasional two-up. Has carbon fiber look, with silver & black trim on white which matches the stock silver wings, and the black shadow graphics I added. Passenger seat is the standard available called Tribal Blade, but full custom rider seat.

Closeup of std passenger seat w/ CF trim courtesy of Shadoh:


Patrick Luimoto was awesome to work with, and top quality as you may have heard. He turned the seatcovers in about a week even with the custom design I requested.

http://www.luimoto.com/?s=22

Custom seats really make the bike standout from the other whites out there, plus I used a thicker/denser foam for the passenger since the stock passenger is pitifully thin/uncomfortable. Also added about custom 3/8 foam to the rider seat shaped appropriately to fill the new seatcovers in. My butt is happy now.
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