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Modding my "new" graffiti

Had an 03 600rr i got on a trade for a car i did some flipping for.
i did a few things to it.. jardine exhaust, pearl white paint,flush mounts, fender ellim, michelin's, etc.. sold it after i put around 20k on it in 2 years including a trip to phoenix and vegas( i live in chicago)




When a friend posted that he wanted to sell his graffiti i showed interest and i couldnt pass it up when i heard the price..(5k) 2008, 3500 miles on it. a couple mods.

when i bought it.. it had..
Powercommander
LED kit(removed and fs if anyone wants it)
Alarm( also removed now and for sale if anyone wants it.. its a scorpio top of the line)
Leo vince headers/exhaust
LED front flush mounts


heres how it sat when i got it.




i just installed a TST integrated tailight and fender eliminator today and i am waiting on my TST Matte CF "beta" undertail to show up so i can throw that on. i will get pics soon.

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Nice man! Some major trips on the '03, props! Ballsy!

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a pic of the IT... dont mind the sandy dirt.. i got caught in the rain on the way home installed the tailight before i washed it

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Nice man! Some major trips on the '03, props! Ballsy!
thanks dude.. the one to phoenix i made it to colorado in 18 hours..... not as bad as everyone thinks itd be.. but if i ever go that far again.. im going to stretch it out a bit more haha.
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a pic from the trip... i know i know.. jeans.. i still need to get some pants/suit.. but i never leave home without my leathers/gloves/boots

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Meh I wear jeans too, bought RSTaichi SealthCE kneeguards for under such and they're great.

All on the stock seat, I wouldn't be able to walk for a couple days after that many hours.

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good lookin grafitti!

2008 Grafitti
2013 12 spoke wheels
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thanks!

got my TST undertail and installed it yesterday.

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i beleive its the sr-i900r system.. ill make sure on that..

http://scorpio.rlink.com/store/index...product_id=231

but id let it go for 200
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mike, you will need a new harness to make it plug into your bike. its not expensive, i got the same problem with mine.


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Anyone know where I can get a dry carbon rear hugger to match my undertail
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Nice pick up bro!


Now dont be like me and fu** they perdy lil girl messing with clutch ups haha


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Haha I don't **** around on it
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Now dont be like me and fu** they perdy lil girl messing with clutch ups haha
haha i hear ya on that. im scared to do clutch up wheelies on mine too! idk if i want to mess up my beauty

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Leo Vince carbon fiber exhaust
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thanks!

got my TST undertail and installed it yesterday.

Where did u get that piece to cover above the exhaust??


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TST industries will be releasing it sometime in the future
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Anyone know about a dry carbon rear hugger?
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