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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-16-2006, 05:05 AM Thread Starter
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race lowers... yes or no?

can't decide if i like them or not. help me out here people, cuz i could just as well leave them off after i found out what a PITA they are with the Powers cage. but a little dremel work and they are golden. i kunda like how it make it more "sport bike" lookin, but not so sure yet.



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you have to painted it. hard to tell right now
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Ditch it... I'm all for the street fighter look. You could always get one of those mini lower fairings, like for a 919 or something to make it street fighterish. Stay outside the norm...

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well, i got it all painted up. figured i'd go ahead and change the oil while i had her all apart. takin that thing off requires removing 1 side of the cage. while no a big deal, i was about due for an oil change anyway.

i'll post pics once the headers cool off and i put her all back together.
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i think it looks good.... maybe even better if you made it in gloss black as the rest of the bikes that have plastic ;) i say GO WITH IT! ,if not then send it to me

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actually, the rest of the bike is going to be flat black after the new paint job. so it will match.
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i say don't bother...i think it looks better w/o
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I think if you had it.. It takes away from the look...
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Looks dope with the black lowers....
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id say with them...especially once ya get the rest of it done in a flat black also
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