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I dont think anyone has seen this quite yet and I have waited almost a year to show anyone but I suppose it is time. Here she is, she is fully line-x'ed.

1. No, I did not do the line-x on it, previous owner did.
2. Yes, I know it is awesome.
3. No, I have not crashed on it and I do not plan to so don't ask! (Thats the first thing that comes to everyone's mind i swear)



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That looks badass... nonfat. Curious what kind of weight that would add? Would seem to be durable tho and easy touch up.



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I dont think anyone has seen this quite yet and I have waited almost a year to show anyone but I suppose it is time. Here she is, she is fully line-x'ed.

1. No, I did not do the line-x on it, previous owner did.
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1st one is at the "Tunnel Of Trees"



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Yeah I really like it. So much testing is needed however. Crash test? Golf ball dimple aerodynamic effect test? Weight test?
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That looks badass... nonfat. Curious what kind of weight that would add? Would seem to be durable tho and easy touch up.
It is definitely easy to touch up. I drag bodywork on the right side and i touched that up and it looks like nothing ever happened lol. The way I see it is it probably is a few pounds less than stock. I took off loads of weight when stripping street parts obviously and I have gone to every degree to shed weight on this bike since it is my weapon of choice.
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It adds prolly a little weight but it's easy to touch up with a spray can. My car took on a deer and didn't do anything. Stuff is amazing


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Until your bike pulls up next to. 07+ then ur not the best looking year

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or until you realize your front suspension is ancient...
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That's because they were smart enough to not make it again after 03...
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I like the 05-06 or the new 1000's best and agreed on the ancient suspension they went to inverted forks in 05 I believe...
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That's because they were smart enough to not make it again after 03...
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Ancient suspension? You mean standard telescopic forks. How much better do you guys really think your >factory< usd inverted forks are from the factory standard forks from 03-04 in less than a 5 year span?... Probably a LOT BETTER huh..lol Let alone riding on the street?

The difference in unsprung weight is negligible considering the engineers balance the weight ratios to best suit each model, they are optimized at the factory with all stock components. Also, rigidity on a (cast aluminum frame) with different pertaining geometries to both frames and suspension systems is incomparable. This is why putting a set of newer forks on a 03 doesn't make any sense, because to gain any actual benefit from the oem set up, you'd literally have to adjust the balancing weight ratios from those usd inverted forks which I can guarantee nobody on this forum has done. It's not the same thing as purchasing a set of aftermarket forks specifically made for that specific model either.
Finally, for someone in the 155 lb range, the 45.0 mm hmas cartridge fork is an awesome set of forks. Add some ohlins springs and They perform easily just as good as as a tuned set of usd without question. The 03-04 still has the same amount of travel too (119mm) as the 05-06 forks.

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Blah blah blah ancient like it was said...
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Oh you have a 03 it all makes sense now...:D
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So..you have no logical nor valid response other than just disagreeing with the facts I posted. I'm trying to educate those that might think what they have is obviously NOT far less superior and perhaps break down the differences between the two and why it is. I do this for a living as a motorcycle technician and I've owned many bikes other than my 600rr, so if you think I'm like "defending" my own bike then you obviously missed the point entirely. There are people here that want to learn about what they have and ignore the stupid ass comments given out by new members that don't know anything about motorcycle suspension. When people type that kind of stuff, it blatantly shows how uneducated they are, so sorry about that. Take it as you'd like.

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I bought my 06 because of the better front calipers.


.... also the forks too, from experience from bottoming out on kawasaki forks I wanted to try inverted, best suspension iv ever had on a bike.

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Ancient suspension? You mean standard telescopic forks. How much better do you guys really think your >factory< usd inverted forks are from the factory standard forks from 03-04 in less than a 5 year span?... Probably a LOT BETTER huh..lol Let alone riding on the street?

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Finally, for someone in the 155 lb range, the 45.0 mm hmas cartridge fork is an awesome set of forks. Add some ohlins springs and They perform easily just as good as as a tuned set of usd without question. The 03-04 still has the same amount of travel too (119mm) as the 05-06 forks.
No reason to get all defensive about your ancient suspension...it is what it is. I'd like to point out that your style of forks has been abandoned entirely by the sportbike market. Coincidence?
You mentioned nothing about flex which is a significant part of the suspension world...
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No reason to get all defensive about your ancient suspension...it is what it is. I'd like to point out that your style of forks has been abandoned entirely by the sportbike market. Coincidence?
You mentioned nothing about flex which is a significant part of the suspension world...
I think you missed the point entirely too.
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