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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 09-27-2009, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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My RR's progress

Here are some pictures of my buddy's VFR and my RR. I'm going to use this thread to add some more pictures later when I put some new mods on it. I hope you guys like them







































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that is a sexy bike right there! that's the first blue one i've seen with the graphics removed and it looks great.
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damn those frame sliders look like highway pegs

LOL they kinda are! When I bought the bike i had to make a 500 mile trip and my friend drove it cause he has more experience. After like 400 miles he would used the frame sliders as pegs
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Where did you get your cage from? Im in the market for one.

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bike looks great, hate that half cage thing.

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Where did you get your cage from? Im in the market for one.

The previous owner installed it so I don't know where he got it from or what kind they are.
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LOL they kinda are! When I bought the bike i had to make a 500 mile trip and my friend drove it cause he has more experience. After like 400 miles he would used the frame sliders as pegs
I do that with my R&G's too, although yours look more comfy. I like how you painted the ram air grill (or at least I think you did), very tasteful.

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I do that with my R&G's too, although yours look more comfy. I like how you painted the ram air grill (or at least I think you did), very tasteful.
There are two small blue LED's in there, but now that you mention it I'm considering doing that.
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love the color
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yea i liked how that grill looked.. i may copy : )

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+1 on the grill, it suits the bike nicely. I would have painted it in the first place though, probably would have been cheaper, easier, and you'd have the look day and night then.
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Just ordered a bunch of stuff for my bike:

CF chain guard
CF headlight covers
CF exhaust shield
CF tank protector
CF tank grips
OEM seat cowl
Blue reflective rim stripes
Fluid caps
CF looking integrated mirrors

Soon will sent gas cap, exhaust can, rearsets, passenger pegs and sub frame for powder coating as soon as I figure out how to remove the sub frame and the rearsets.


Will post up pics once everything is put together

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Nice show us the pics after install!


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long time but getting there. Picture quality is poor so all the CF cant really be noticed. The right side still needs to be put together but I received some bad parts and have to wait for replacement hopefully.



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Again, quality phone pictures but you get the idea. I installed my new Dual Headlight Halo Projector HID kit yesterday Wired so both are low and high beam.



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Some pictures I took a little while ago. Need to install the rizoma mirrors, I've been too lazy to do it. Currently I have the front end off for fork seal replacement so I took advantage of it and gutted the intake, removed the pair system, and waiting for pipercross air filter to come in.












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Wow. That bike has come a long way but to be honest I really like the original blue color better than the carbon fiber. That's just my opinion though and it's still a gorgeous bike!

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Thats a good looking bike

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Love the carbon body with gold highlights. Looks great but bet it looks even better in person!
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Wow. That bike has come a long way but to be honest I really like the original blue color better than the carbon fiber. That's just my opinion though and it's still a gorgeous bike!
It has come a very long way. Only a few stock visible parts left. I did like the blue, and had no plan to change it when it was blue, but then I crashed it and it was cheaper to go to CF than new OEM fearings. Much happier how it is now though. I walk backwards as I walk away, cant help but stare.
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Last night I order a gear indicator. It always bothered me about this bike that something which takes so little space would be left out.
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My forks were leaking so I took of the forks to do the seals. Took advantage of her being naked and gutted the intake. I made some block off plates with some aluminum sheet and used some hardening putty from Home Depot to fill in:










Also removed the pair system, flushed the cooling system, and changed the oil. Still waiting for pipercross filter and gear indicator. This is how she stands now. I'll put her dress back on probably next week.

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Looks great man love the blacked out look. Where did you get the colored bolts from?

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where did you get the cf parts hows the fit?
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Tidy looking, but please do something about your front brake reservoir. You don't need a foot long bracket like that..
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coming along nicely. I'm watching this one

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where did you get the cf parts hows the fit?
I got some from vendors here (can't remember who) and some from tekarbon and others in eBay. I hate the fitment, installing the stuff sucks. I would not do it again. A few bits are ok, but when you start adding a lot of parts it gets annoying to work with them.
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Looks great man love the blacked out look. Where did you get the colored bolts from?
I got them powder coated. They are all the stock bolts.
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Tidy looking, but please do something about your front brake reservoir. You don't need a foot long bracket like that..
I agree, it looks like crap. I need to figure out a better bracket and paint it black.
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