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Old 01-09-2013, 04:28 PM   #1
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ok. So I bought my Hannspree bike brand new 2 years ago, After crashing my first Honda Hannspree 600RR into a wall (Idiot), the new one was apparently the last brand-new Hannspree model in the UK/Europe , According to the dealer. I've done some mods to it in the past 2 years , So I'm having to back track on my self for this build thread. So , here we go. I'll start off back when she was just a stocker ^_^

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Old 01-09-2013, 04:40 PM   #3
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& here are the mods , Not gotten any pictures of them on the bike yet which I'll get sorted this weekend .

Dash Cover

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Old 01-09-2013, 04:43 PM   #4
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ASV shorty levers


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Old 01-09-2013, 04:47 PM   #5
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nice bike man. I'm in the process of "converting" my bike to hannspree as we speak. Following a different Color scheme though. Waiting on the mid cowl decals and i'll be set and ready to post pictures after.
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Old 01-09-2013, 04:50 PM   #6
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R&G front fork bobbins


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Slipper Clutch (This isnt the one , I just needed a picture.)



& My newest Mod - Full Race System Arrow (This is the shorty Exhaust)
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Old 01-09-2013, 04:52 PM   #7
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It's an 08 plate , I got screwed on the price , could of bought that years plate with ABS for the price i paid :( , But it was the last brand new Hannspree & i kinda got a lil to excited haha
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Old 01-09-2013, 05:27 PM   #8
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is that the padgetts workshop?
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Old 01-09-2013, 05:31 PM   #9
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It is indeed , on the Isle of man ^_^
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It is indeed , on the Isle of man ^_^
ah, it looks exactly like the one near me. sorry, that was a bit random lol.

anyway, thats a cracking looking bike, the hannspree is a great colour scheme
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Another good mod would be to send me your fairings and I'll send you mine, fair trade right!? lol I wanna do the Hannspree, it's a sexy look..
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Nice build and some nice parts.

I would recommend looking into the powercommander V for tuning though as it's much much more precise and has more options then the juice box.
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Old 01-10-2013, 04:59 PM   #15
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Ok , so my full Arrow system arrived today .







Only problem is...these look like they have been used & they don't fit !! WTF !!

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Old 01-10-2013, 05:23 PM   #16
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always loved the hannspree!

why dont the exhaust flanges fit? in what way?

(BTW love that arrow can nearly got that, but plumped for the akra)
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Old 01-10-2013, 05:38 PM   #17
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they don't fit as in where the two holes are that you push the two (bolts) or what ever they are through then tighten it up , Think i just need to make one hole slightly bigger . But Iv'e paid a lot of money for this so they should really be brand spanking new & they should definitely fit !!
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hmm thats very strange, yes definitely get them changed if they appear "used"

Have you tried putting different flanges on different ports (on the rare instance that there could be a slight difference in each?
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Old 01-10-2013, 05:53 PM   #19
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tried them all on every one , right way , left way , right way , wrong way , zigzag .EVERYTHIN !! haha , The right thing to do would be get new ones , which i think i will . But in the mean time I'm going to take em into work tomorrow & do some drilling . It's only out by a few millimeters :-/
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ah ok so you've tried them on separately without actually putting the headers through them? Was potentially thinking that they werent sitting flush onto the engine therefore creating an angle for the bolts.

Are you sure drilling them would be wise? Say if they ask you to send them back but as you've tampered with them they will want money, or refuse to replace? I would wait and contact first before modifying to save you any ball ache
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What in the hell ...... man that sucks about the flanges. Hope you get that worked out .
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Another good mod would be to send me your fairings and I'll send you mine, fair trade right!? lol I wanna do the Hannspree, it's a sexy look..

LOL paint your bike and buy my decals = DONE !
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Hey , I contacted the dealer about the flanges , said he's going to look into it as the guy who sorted the "special order" out for the full system isn't in work till after next week !! So hopefully He'll get new ones sent out A.S.A.P
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So whilst i wait to hear about the new flanges . Thought I'd have a little play having a loose install to see what the final result will look like with the Arrow system . Can only say It looks ******* Awesome ! ( Might have to do some slight cutting here & there on the undertray to get it all lined up correctly )



Undertray needs cutting a little bit.




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i had an arrow on my old rr7 and you dont need to do any cutting to the undertray
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This is the Full factory race system Ten kate use . It's not the one you can just buy off ebay with arrow headers .

This cost me a hell of a lot of money.

http://www.tenkateracingproducts.com...anium-228.html
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My old rr7

hannspree with arrow titanium with carbon tip
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:O That is sexy !! loving the black front end .
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This is the Full factory race system Ten kate use . It's not the one you can just buy off ebay with arrow headers .

This cost me a hell of a lot of money.

http://www.tenkateracingproducts.com...anium-228.html

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