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Oh sweet, those are some of the items I want but just couldn't pull the trigger. If u don't mind can u PM me what u payed so I can get a idea what it cost and might finally order them.
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OEM seat cowl
HRC CF trim set
R&G aero sliders, cotton reels, bar ends, swingarm protectors
Pazzo shorties
Cox radiator guard
White reflective rim tape
Tripage IT
Tripage adjustable FE
Akrapovic S/O
Dynojet PC3 USB
PAIR plates
Watsen flushmounts
Techspec pads
5000K DDM HID's
Woodcraft clutch/stator covers, rearsets, and shark fin
Ohlins 25mm fork cartridges
Ohlins TTX rear shock
HEL SS brake lines
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Here are the pics as promised.



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2007 Pearl White

OEM seat cowl
HRC CF trim set
R&G aero sliders, cotton reels, bar ends, swingarm protectors
Pazzo shorties
Cox radiator guard
White reflective rim tape
Tripage IT
Tripage adjustable FE
Akrapovic S/O
Dynojet PC3 USB
PAIR plates
Watsen flushmounts
Techspec pads
5000K DDM HID's
Woodcraft clutch/stator covers, rearsets, and shark fin
Ohlins 25mm fork cartridges
Ohlins TTX rear shock
HEL SS brake lines
Brembo RCS19 MC
Gilles TECA chain adjusters and crash pads

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Ooh snap, those are nice!

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i hear HardRacing kicks babies... i dunno...

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I love those guys over at HR. Great service, super fast shipping, and they'll go that extra bit to make sure you get set up right.

LOVE the pickups man, can't wait to get that TTX!
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This must have been them


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i hear HardRacing kicks babies... i dunno...
Only if they don't stop crying on the plane.



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Thumbs up Hard Racing @hardracing.com

Internet "Window-Shopping" the other day I found that HardRacing was having a "blow-out" on their Ohlins' products. I snatched one of their entry level shocks, the 46PRLXS. It's not the TTX36 but for my skill level, it'll definately out perform me. It's also a definate upgrade from stock and unlike the stock one, offers high and low speed compression adjustment as well as ride height adjustment. Hard Racing set it up for FREE for my weight and riding style. I ordered it on a Friday and had it at the door by Tuesday via FedEx. It would have probably gotten here even faster but they were setting it up...again, for FREE. The shock was $979 with shipping. FAST SHIPPING and GREAT PRICE! A+ for [email protected] .com
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I recently purchased an Akrapovic slip on for my 08 from HardRacing.com. My experience with them was really good. They had awesome customer service. Shipping was prompt and they provided a tracking number as soon as it became available. On top of everything the price was outstanding!!! I would definitely order from them again and I would suggest anyone thinking about purchasing aftermarket parts to give them a look.

HardRacing if you read this. Just a bit of constructive criticism. I personally think your website needs an overhaul. If your website was redesigned and your products and sections were easier to browse I believe you would see an increase in sales. I found it somewhat difficult to make my way around your website and at times became frustrated. Just my 2 cents.

Either way, thank you for the awesome service and great product.
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As a Post Script...I finally had time to install the shock this week and took it for a test spin last night. Even though I haven't had a chance to set the sag yet, the shock felt great. As I mentioned earlier, Hard Racing had set it up for me before shipping and they are pretty darn close right out of the box! It was dark and a little chilly so I didn't really wring it out but I definately felt a difference. The best way I can describe it is that it feels stiff but doesn't feel like it's gonna pitch me for a mistake. That was what the stock one felt like after I had dialed in the correct sag, causing me to have to reduce the rebound outside the sag setting I wanted. Once again, great product and great price from Hard Racing.
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As a Post Script...I finally had time to install the shock this week and took it for a test spin last night. Even though I haven't had a chance to set the sag yet, the shock felt great. As I mentioned earlier, Hard Racing had set it up for me before shipping and they are pretty darn close right out of the box! It was dark and a little chilly so I didn't really wring it out but I definately felt a difference. The best way I can describe it is that it feels stiff but doesn't feel like it's gonna pitch me for a mistake. That was what the stock one felt like after I had dialed in the correct sag, causing me to have to reduce the rebound outside the sag setting I wanted. Once again, great product and great price from Hard Racing.

Thanks Man. We greatly appreciate the post.


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I think I mentioned it somewhere in this thread that I bought some Michelin Pilot Powers from Hard Racing when I was at their shop back in late July. Here is some pix of them installed on my BST wheels using my No Mar.
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We are fully staffed with 6 guys (4 guys & 2 Gals) right now.
But, we may need more soon as we are taking on more projects.

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High Performance Auto Setup for Club Racers, DE, Autocross...etc

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Pictures of the chicks working there, or they don't exist!!!
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I think I mentioned it somewhere in this thread that I bought some Michelin Pilot Powers from Hard Racing when I was at their shop back in late July. Here is some pix of them installed on my BST wheels using my No Mar.

JJ, do you do surgery on that floor.? There is not one spec of dust, dirt, misc. parts...




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Holy Kawasaki has it really been almost 10 years?
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Yes. 10yrs for you to think about how you went to NC yet didn't take any pics of the battleship. Its a FREAKING BATTLESHIP man.

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