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The day I got her. June 2014. Came with a Two Bros slipon, JPR black levers, a very janky fender eliminator kit, tinted barely visible flushmounts and very squared off factory Q2s. 4500 miles on the odometor

First mod was an RF1200 Shoei helmet and a Progrip tankpad

Next was a Puig dark smoke windscreen, Shogun no-cut sliders, TST integrated taillight, TST plate bracket, Driven barends and a set of Michelin PP3s

Honda Racing OEM rear cowl and TST Halo Flushmounts (red glow)

Next was letting my buddy attempt to install a PCV w/quickshift and a K&N filter. Complete fail. When I left his house I had no dashlights, the HESD and FI light were on. Basically just had the filter installed, the QS shift rod and both modules in the trunk. Took it to a shop to fix his mess and get it done right. About $700 later....turned out my friend bent a contact pin in the TPS sensor. The shop was able to unbend it enough to make contact and get everything hooked up right

Next was CoreMoto lines front/back done by yours truly. My very first semi-difficult install on my bike.

PSR integrated rear brake fluid res. Also done by yours truly.

Next was removing the rest of the factory exhaust heat shielding, cutting off the factory rear brake fluid res and wrapping the mid-pipe in exhaust wrap.

Finally got a rear stand...

Custom seat, TechSpec C3 tank grips and LighTech axle sliders


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Removed swingarm stickers

Driven Halo keyless gascap

Womet-Tech cut frame sliders and Womet-Tech engine crash cover

Installing Galfer Sintered pads front/rear and cleaning the pistons and calipers

Domino XM2 Grips and LighTech Modular barends

Akrapovic slipon and carbon fiber heelguards. This is how she sits as of today 07/25/16.
Next to come will be CRG levers, some kind of black aftermarket rearsets and doing something with the silver subframe. Powdercoat, vinyl wrap or something...but they WILL be black before it's over with..


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Looks awesome! You're definitely doing it right and using lots of high quality parts. Keep it up!

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Looks awesome! You're definitely doing it right and using lots of high quality parts. Keep it up!
Thank you sir! I'm quite proud of it.

It's amazing how many people ask me if I'm going to lower it and extend the swingarm or "smash it and stretch it". People are so dumb. Nobody from RR.net thankfully lol. But just day to day people I talk to about the bike. "Smash it and stretch it bro". Uhhhh kill yourself.....


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Thank you sir! I'm quite proud of it.

It's amazing how many people ask me if I'm going to lower it and extend the swingarm or "smash it and stretch it". People are so dumb. Nobody from RR.net thankfully lol. But just day to day people I talk to about the bike. "Smash it and stretch it bro". Uhhhh kill yourself.....
Ugh, thankfully you know better! Don't ruin that beauty!

I recently sold my 2007 pearl white 600RR and the guy dropped it 10mins into his ownership... that's similar to how I'd feel if you stretched and/or lowered it!

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Ugh, thankfully you know better! Don't ruin that beauty!

I recently sold my 2007 pearl white 600RR and the guy dropped it 10mins into his ownership... that's similar to how I'd feel if you stretched and/or lowered it!
Oh man that would kill me haha. I intend to get this thing on a track as soon as I can. I need it bad. You can tell by my very last pic that the chicken strip on the rear has shrunken considerably..But it's pretty much impossible to get rid of it completely (or even get it to where I've gotten it) without committing a felony and seriously risking my life. I definitely need work on my cornering and heavy braking etc. I'd really love to attend some sort of class on a racetrack.

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New OEM Honda Racing tank pad, tank accent and knee pads

Bike prepped for pad install

And installed. I REALLY love these pads. One thing of note though: these things are STICKY! The adhesive I mean. I wasn't very happy with the placement of the tank accent, well tough **** cause it's not coming back off haha! So be extra careful when placing these! The set put me back about $100 so they're not cheap. But they're excellent quality and cheap isn't in my vocabulary when it comes to this bike. People kill me with their cheap ass ebay knockoff bullshit. You'll find none of that on my bike though ;)

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Kawi Forums - "How long can you Wheelie?"
Yamaha Forums - I have no idea lol
Honda Forums - "The physics of bike stands and their effect on contact patch stress over time given a varied degree of vertical angle."

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Got a question...if I were to purchase an autotune unit for my PCV...does the 08 OEM headers have the O2 sensor bung already on the header? Or would it have to be welded in? I was just looking around the header kinda close to where the kickstand is and it seems like there's already a sensor bung there. Is there?

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I had the header off of my 09, didn't see an o2 sensor

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I recently sold my 2007 pearl white 600RR and the guy dropped it 10mins into his ownership... that's similar to how I'd feel if you stretched and/or lowered it!
That reminds me of when I sold my first bike, an F2 to another person that was starting out. He told me to meet at his work with the bike and if everything checks out, he'd buy it. He looked at the bike and kept complaining about some small scratches on the left side. Other than that, the bike was immaculate for its age. I was pretty firm and ended up selling it to him.

The next day, I got a call from him saying that he dropped the bike and asked whether I could come to his work to help pick it back up. I came and it was over on its right (the good) side in the same parking spot. He literally dropped it without moving an inch. Poor bike, but really makes you wonder what all that complaining was over besides trying to lowball me.

Great build, OP. Hard to find someone that's actually willing to spend good money on quality parts now a days.

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Thank ya sir. Well to be fair, I am single with no kids and have a house that's paid for. So I do have much more expendable income than most haha.

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Thank ya sir. Well to be fair, I am single with no kids and have a house that's paid for. So I do have much more expendable income than most haha.


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Thank ya sir. Well to be fair, I am single with no kids and have a house that's paid for. So I do have much more expendable income than most haha.
No kids is the key! I'm engaged with a mortgage and car loan but still have some funds for toys! :)

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Well to be fair, I am single with no kids and have a house that's paid for. So I do have much more expendable income than most haha.
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Ugh kindve a **** day today. Lost both of my LighTech barends at some point on the way home. Got another set ordered and gonna get some thread locker tomorrow at Cycle Gear. Really pisses me off.

Also ordered some more goodies yesterday. CRG levers and Driven sprocket bolts in red.

And I still hate Revzilla. They're the only assholes in the US that take four damn days to get you a package with USPS. Everyone else I order from gets me USPS packages in 2-3 days tops. TST is 2 days for sure. But then of course Revzilla offers 3 day shipping with USPS for $25. What a joke. I swear I hate them....

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Latest pic from a couple of days ago with all latest mods fitted. Got some goodies coming in tomorrow and Saturday, so stay tuned :)

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Those are TST Halo-1 smoked flush mounts. They have a ring around them that acts as a glowing red running light that looks absolutely tits at night. Get em at TSTindustries.com. I absolutely love TST. Got my IT and fender elim from them too. And looking to get an undertail at some point too.

I'm very close to going completely apeshit with carbon fiber on this thing. I told myself a while back that I wasn't going to and then came the heel guards and the Akra and the pad set and now I'm just like "Must. Have. More. Carbon!!" Lmao

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Yaaaayy goodies came in. Black CRG shorty levers. CRG is actually my exact initials so I pretty much had to get these. And of course there's nothing like shiny red nuts to compensate for an average penis.




And that's it till tomorrow when my second set of LighTech barends will be here and then I've got some frame plugs coming in Monday

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Got my barends on with threadlocker and to my surprise I actually got my frame plugs in today as well. Unfortunately the larger two plugs don't fit, just the smaller ones for the upper holes. Pretty stupid considering these are made for 07-08 600rr's...Oh well.

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Hey Cory nice build! Some very nice quality parts going into this.

Have you gotten into any situations with police over the red running lights of your halo flushmounts? Just curious cuz here in cali we aren't allowed to have red colored lights visible from the front of vehicles. I also run the halo flushmounts and I love them...mine are green halos though :)

Also, how do you like the driven halo gas cap? I was debating getting that same color a few months ago but never pulled the trigger.

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Hey Cory nice build! Some very nice quality parts going into this.

Have you gotten into any situations with police over the red running lights of your halo flushmounts? Just curious cuz here in cali we aren't allowed to have red colored lights visible from the front of vehicles. I also run the halo flushmounts and I love them...mine are green halos though :)

Also, how do you like the driven halo gas cap? I was debating getting that same color a few months ago but never pulled the trigger.

Nah no issues on the flushmounts. Cops tend to be pretty lax here in the south or at least in the Memphis area. A lot of forum members in Euro countries think it's crazy how we have our license plates tucked up under our rear seat like a lot of us do, including me.

I love the gas cap but I don't like the anno red one I got. It's pretty much like burgundy or maroon. It's pretty crazy how Driven makes a ton of annodized red products and every single damn one of them are a different shade of red haha I may get a black cap eventually.

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I love the gas cap but I don't like the anno red one I got. It's pretty much like burgundy or maroon. It's pretty crazy how Driven makes a ton of annodized red products and every single damn one of them are a different shade of red haha I may get a black cap eventually.
I know what you mean. I have driven's captive wheel spacers that are ano red and they are much brighter than the red on your gas cap haha


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I know what you mean. I have driven's captive wheel spacers that are ano red and they are much brighter than the red on your gas cap haha


Keep up the good work man. I'm gonna sub to this and see where you go with your build.
I know right? Hell the Driven sprocket nuts are a nice bright red. I'm gonna have to pick up some of those Driven captive spacers. Those are a nice bright red too. Also the Driven oil filler plug is a nice red. Every other part on my bike is a nice shiny anno red except that damn gas cap. I'd also love some LighTech chain tensioners. Those are a nice gorgeous anno red as well. But damn they're also $280 haha.

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I know right? Hell the Driven sprocket nuts are a nice bright red. I'm gonna have to pick up some of those Driven captive spacers. Those are a nice bright red too. Also the Driven oil filler plug is a nice red. Every other part on my bike is a nice shiny anno red except that damn gas cap. I'd also love some LighTech chain tensioners. Those are a nice gorgeous anno red as well. But damn they're also $280 haha.
I know! Every time I see those lightech adjusters I drool a little and wish lol. That price tag though
Revzilla had them on sale for like 250 or something like that for a while when their stock was running low, not sure if they still are, but I know from earlier posts how you feel about them haha

I want to say someone was selling a set on here not too long ago. Don't remember what color they were though

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