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Devil dog, what are you doing keeping your bike in the parking lot at the bricks? Drunk Marines will jack your **** up!
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^ Don't have much of a choice, I keep her covered.

Anyways back to the build:

This months batch of mods: Drived D3 Grips; Gold & Black + black V2 bar ends, Puig Dark Smoked Racing Windscreen, Woodcraft frame sliders



Hopefully I'll be installing the windscreen and grips tomorrow if it isn't dark when i get home. The sliders will be installed over the weekend.



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Bike is SEXY! Love the colors, and the asv levers are awesome! LOVE the gold forks too!! Thats awesome!!
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Windscreen:



Unfortuantley one of the grips tore when I was installing it. I have a rubber replacement grip current en route. The grips should be on later next week. Sliders will go on tomorrow.

ALSO: I decided to whip up a new version of my livery. I think this one has a much more "racy" feel to it.




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too many logos on that thing, if i were u id keep the a* and lose all the rest, just my opiniun though


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Looks good, I like those colors! Why not put the gold striping on the swingarm, too? Might look better if the stripes around the A*s logo lined up with those on the tail.

Very nice project in any case.

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Looking good, I like the logos. Like you said it makes the bike look more track like.

At the end of the day, its up to you :D

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Yeah I'm going to a race bike look.

Frame sliders installed:




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Replacement grip came last night. I should be putting them on this evening.



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hey OP, can you tell me what tag bracket you have? I like the position of it. And from the looks ,is it aluminum?
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hey OP, can you tell me what tag bracket you have? I like the position of it. And from the looks ,is it aluminum?
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what method were you planning on using for the woodcraft install? laser? i used the laser method and found it worked quite well imo
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what method were you planning on using for the woodcraft install? laser? i used the laser method and found it worked quite well imo
I just took her to a shop and got it done. I really don't have the tools (or the access to them) so I just took it to a local shop I trust and got it done for like $75.



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Update to the render:



Moved and changed the Gilles Tooling logo; Added HRC logo, moved Woodcraft logo to rear, redid tail section; Changed number. Changed tank logo.

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nope i like how u had the tail before, the number u had there is better than "woodcraft"
n maybe put the HRC on front fender?
love the sliders btw they blend in very niceley
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i love the gold on the black.
i would rid of the red stripes on the wheels and add the gold.
Nice bike for sure!!
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Black 2012 CBR 600, bought brand new in early August.

This weeks mods:
Tripage LED's complete fender eliminator - smoked finish
Yoshimura RS-5 Slip on.



Despite how large the Yoshi exhaust it, the LED''s are very visible, especially at night (the picture don't do it justice.)



do you have the lowering bracket for the yoshi as well?
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Not a can of logos but the bike looks good! Coming along quick too! Love the rearsets, wish they weren't so expensive!

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I just took her to a shop and got it done. I really don't have the tools (or the access to them) so I just took it to a local shop I trust and got it done for like $75.
Are you in SoCal?

I'm trying to find a place to get my woodcraft installed and the places I know about want $120.

Which is a big **** no for me


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Nice look on the bike. Got the same year model. I'm thinking about a black and gold color scheme but looking for other options too.
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By the way, how you create your own designs on your bike like that?
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