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  1. silver04v

    silver04v Well-Known Member

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    Took off the factory intake cover on my new S&S intake. I like the stealth look but I think it needs the raw look of the S&S plain black cover. I'm loving how it looks now. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    I caved and ordered a few shiny bits today.

    I would love to get an intake, but they are retarded expensive and requires tuning to run...which I am not ready to do (pay for) yet.
     
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    You planning on ripping those reflectors off?
     
  4. silver04v

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    Sure am. Honestly till the other day I didn't even notice they were on it. They look awful and need to come off.
     
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    Within 24 hours all reflectors, stickers, and badging came off of mine. Just let it sit out in the sun for a while. As hot as it has been, they should come right off.
     
  6. silver04v

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    Yeah, for sure. I have next week off so I'll be doing some work to her. Supposed to be hot as a mofo too.
     
  7. VNPP

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    So I haven't been on the forum in a couple months, but I got rid of my ninja 250 and traded up for a 2001 gsx-r 750:
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    FB_IMG_1446858970312.jpg here s my toy. cbr1000rr. during winter it got a ton of carbon fiber, lots of powder coated goodies, and a bi-xenon projector retrofit
     
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    What type of projector did you use?
     
  10. GTurner598

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    morimoto h1 bixenon projectors with a morimoto hid kit
     
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    here is them right after I got the mounted. still need to bolt the fairing together, mount the ballasts, and hide the wired. but it's still winter so I'm in no rush
     
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    I so wanna join this with a "real" bike, only got my 125 pit bike so far. Hella fun though
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    I'll introduce myself in this thread. Sold my 02 gixer 600 a month ago to pick up this Yamaha R6. Refrofit is underway
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    You guys be careful..... The bikes look great. Too dangerous for me.


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    R6 looks clean. Can't say that about your previous bike Gixxer
     
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    One of my neighbors here has this bike. I think it looks great. I can't have a bike though. I'd be a total squid, and then dead.

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    My neighbor has two CBRs yet he can't afford proper gear.:pat:

    Rides in north face jacket, jeans and some cheap nike shoes. Ffs
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