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    Moderator Array CoolDaddyGroove's Avatar
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    New Bike Day

    GP Suspension front and rear, jacked up the rear 10mm, -1/+2 520 conversion, Woodcraft sliders, Woodcraft clipons, EBC pads, Spiegler lines, Supercorsas, Corsa windscreen, Pazzos, TeckSpec pads, Akropovic Donkey Dink slip on (just because) and..........I lost track of what else.

    Thank you Bayside, nice work!

    And just test road it just now.............ridonkulous!

    TRANSFORMED!
    Last edited by CoolDaddyGroove; 09-25-2011 at 08:24 PM.
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    What you were trying to post:



    I likey!
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    Sweet!

    Didja get in on some End-of-the-Season Sale or something? Usually people are doing this in April

    PS The stickers look kewl too -- bet they knock at least a couple tenths off your lap times

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grendel View Post
    Sweet!

    Didja get in on some End-of-the-Season Sale or something? Usually people are doing this in April
    Unless you're one of the unfortunate bastards going riding in California next week.
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    Nice haul - and I was all stoked I could maybe get tires and an exhaust at once :P. Looks good. Is that a custom fuel cap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darwin604 View Post
    Is that a custom fuel cap?
    Looks like a gas-cap mount for radar/camera/etc.
    "Yamaha" - it's Japanese for "fuck your sports car."

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerunt View Post
    Looks like a gas-cap mount for radar/camera/etc.
    Ahh, that makes sense. Wonder if I could get that to work with my gopro cam - the suction cups don't seem so sturdy.

    Either way - nice gixxer - hopefully there's enough dry pavement left this year to take it for a proper shakedown .
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    That bad boy is gonna get beaten like a red headed stepchild for 10 days in Cal-A-For-Ny-Ay.


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    It's a gas cap ring mount for a tank bag, "Bags Connection"
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolDaddyGroove View Post
    It's a gas cap ring mount for a tank bag, "Bags Connection"
    Did ya get the electric one? That way you can charge your cell phone while you ride! I love mine!
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    Noooooo, thats just too geeky for me, and besides, I have enough electrics on this bike: heated grips, heated jacket, speedo healer, and radar detector
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolDaddyGroove View Post
    Noooooo, thats just too geeky for me, and besides, I have enough electrics on this bike: heated grips, heated jacket...
    good thing too, you'll really be needing those in a few days.
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    WTF is a speedo healer?

    And why aren't their any pics in this thread from CDG?
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    A speedo healer is an electronic device that adjusts your speedo and odometer, which woudl be way off after you have done a sprocket change.

    I TRIED to post a pic using a link to an external website because you are too cheap to by disk space Adam, but that failed. Kerunt saw my fail (how I don't know) and posted it for me.
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    It works if you rub it right.
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