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Old 10-20-2012, 06:39 PM   #1
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Schulte's '04 Candy Tahitian Blue "build?"

Using this to document modifications, and show appreciation for things I've learned from this very site.

Picked this bike up on September 24th, it'd gone through a couple friends with life changes forcing sales, when I decided to purchase it had sold from second friend to random buyer due to money issues forcing a quick sale. Decided to browse craigslist, kid whom bought it listed bike next day in quick attempt to flip. Showed up with cash, kid lied saying he had owned it a year and a half while it'd been a week then acted as if such statement was a mistake and "he flips so many bikes". I disclosed the purchase date and price, let him make a couple hundred and came home with the bike I've wanted and knowledge of it's solid history. Insured it the next day, scheduled my riding test for the following Saturday and received my endorsement.

9/24/12 once home-


Picked up basic gear, going to expand collection this winter season for sure-


Only "issue" bike had was the signals flashed so fast they appeared solid due to the integrated rear and flush-mounts, prior owner speculated it needed a new rear taillamp, however research on here pointed to relay. Local shop ordered "plug-n-play" relay for me, yeah might have been for an '05 . Oh well, I figured it out!-


Vortex spools/Harbor Freight stand-
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Generic bar-ends as bike didn't have any-


Mixed feelings but tossed in an amber 5-way superbrightled-


Performed seat pin mod shown here: http://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=269778-


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Old 10-20-2012, 06:41 PM   #2
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Some misc. winter prep-


One more shot of "her"-


Bought a new OE tail fairing from infinate719 on here, having that painted now as mine has a small crack behind pass. seat. Got a few other mods planned over the winter season as well .
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Old 10-20-2012, 07:38 PM   #3
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Very nice... what kinda mods you got planned for winter?
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Get the new tail on, 15 tooth front, replace worn rainbow windscreen and cheesy fake carbon fiber mirrors, redo the plate mounting/undertail, debating Woodcraft sliders and the Corbin seat, go over it maintenance wise. Nothing insane, just really want to clean it up and be sure it'll be all good next season.

Already had the Two Bros CF slip-on, so that's nice.

I'm also wondering if the '05-'06 pass. footpegs will bolt up, small detail but I like the open/cut-out portion versus our solid design.
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Hey man, figured I'd check your thread out. I'd do a tripage adj tag bracket for your plate, I have one and love it. I'd also invest in driven d3 grips or renthal ones. Also slowboy res sock, slowboy key, 90deg valve stems next tire change, oem solo cowl if u want, Corbin seat like u said, if u want to do a sprocket mine as well do a ek mvxz chain (come in blue also), might need a speedo drd to adjust speedo, and some lawst catz frame plugs.


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Very nice! Have always liked that blue.
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Hey man, figured I'd check your thread out. I'd do a tripage adj tag bracket for your plate, I have one and love it. I'd also invest in driven d3 grips or renthal ones. Also slowboy res sock, slowboy key, 90deg valve stems next tire change, oem solo cowl if u want, Corbin seat like u said, if u want to do a sprocket mine as well do a ek mvxz chain (come in blue also), might need a speedo drd to adjust speedo, and some lawst catz frame plugs.

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Good looking out, those frame plugs are an awesome minor detail I'd never thought of too.

You'll probably receive a couple PM's from me when the spending begins.
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Awesome detailed writing and pics. Congrats on the bike! :)
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Good looking out, those frame plugs are an awesome minor detail I'd never thought of too.

You'll probably receive a couple PM's from me when the spending begins.

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lol ok man, i am going to do the seat mod like u did with the clips, i deff hate doing the screws! god they are hard as hell to get into the hole and tighen. they just piss me off
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lol ok man, i am going to do the seat mod like u did with the clips, i deff hate doing the screws! god they are hard as hell to get into the hole and tighen. they just piss me off
Yeah, it's an amazing cheap mod.



Pulled insurance this Friday so I might as well tinker now!

After filling the tank, an oil change, and a wash off came the rear tail-


Replacing the tail, so might as well pull it in anticipation, but look what I found-


I have a 5 led tag light in route, as the bike doesn't currently have one and I have no issue being legal so that'll be wired in as well.

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Going to redo the wiring for sure, will be easy to clean up Honestly thinking about going all out and doing weatherpack connectors, debating something like this for my tag and turn signal wiring-
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Also cleaned up my aged integrated tail, masked the top/unseen portion, going to spray it metallic silver for the inner reflective properties, then go over that with a basic black to hide such and adhere it to new tail-


More to follow, playing the waiting game on parts to reassemble.
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Old 10-29-2012, 07:20 PM   #11
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Tag LED showed, so I installed such, placed vacuum tube over wires to protect them, ran such through the composite to the harness, my mount doesn't look great up close but it works, came like such-


Oh yeah, I cleaned up the wiring -


Helmet holders? Tie-downs? Don't know, don't need 'em -
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Nice pickup! I'm using this winter to "go over" my entire bike as well.

It's housed in my living room in my apartment, however. >.<
Would love to have a garage...
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Nice pickup! I'm using this winter to "go over" my entire bike as well.

It's housed in my living room in my apartment, however. >.<
Would love to have a garage...
Trade? I'd love to watch TV and work on my bike .

Been there, done that before, my garage isn't insulated nor heated *yet* so I choose my time out there wisely.
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It was separating me from the TV, but I moved some things around now it's right at home. :D

The problem I'm having with TV as I work is that it's taking me a LOT longer to do what I set out to do. 2 hours to remove the fairings? Haha, guess I shouldn't try catching up on The Walking Dead as I work...
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Luckily I'm caught up on The Walking Dead, season 3 is killing me though. Losing interest right now. Any smell coming off from the fluids etc.? I almost brought mine into the house through the sliding door and slid the pool table over .
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With tail fairing removed figured I'd flush brake fluid with a twist, clear tygon and some ATE Super Blue-

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ah i love that freakin stuff. you've already done my next two mods, the Seat pins and Rear Res delete. Bike looks awesome man keep up the good work.
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ah i love that freakin stuff. you've already done my next two mods, the Seat pins and Rear Res delete. Bike looks awesome man keep up the good work.
Easy & cheap mods! Actually kept my reservoir, it's in the fairing hidden as-is so decided it wasn't a bother. I went back and forth in deciding.

You just going to do the line and plug, or relocate another reservoir? I ordered the Brembo reservoir in anticipation of using it, hasn't even arrived yet. If it could be of use to you let me know.
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I noticed that after I poste but was too lazy to go edit it haha. And I'll probably just do the delete with no reservoir.


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I believe I have the spare parts necessary to do another pair, I'll tell you what. I get spare time this weekend, I'll drill the bolts and ship the hardware to you .
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No problem!

Cracked tail fairing, directly behind pass. seat-


New fairing fresh from paint-


Back together anticipating the possible 60's this weekend before the snow!-
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Thanks, SS is no slouch either. Sadly hung with bike from a roll, bike needs sprockets then we'll see.
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Picked up the hardware I needed for the seat pin mod today. $8.XX from lowes with the drill bits. Gonna do it tomorrow


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I love that color, what is on the other side of the ss? Looks intense


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