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txchevy249
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Still some tweaks to go but I'm riding.

Postby txchevy249 » Wed Oct 17, 2012 9:27 pm

The seat is done but I still have frame sliders and bar ends to mount and plan on swapping out the mirrors.ImageImage Image
Honinjsuz
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Re: Still some tweaks to go but I'm riding.

Postby Honinjsuz » Wed Oct 17, 2012 10:04 pm

Tasteful, subtle, and really good looking!
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rdr2282
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Re: Still some tweaks to go but I'm riding.

Postby rdr2282 » Thu Oct 18, 2012 2:07 pm

looks great . I had the catalyst rear on mine for awhile and decided to go with the cowl instead now that I have the upper and lower I wish I would have kept it on
jardine slip on, woodcraft clip ons, ermax rear hugger, oem seat cowl, integrated taillights, woodcraft rearsets, catalyst upper and lower
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biketechted
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Re: Still some tweaks to go but I'm riding.

Postby biketechted » Thu Oct 18, 2012 7:54 pm

Looks good. :cool
I've got my tail and undertail. Next will be the front fairings. Unfortunately, baby steps are all I can afford for now.
My ultimate goal is to be track ready for 2013 spring.
You can look for an upper triple from an '09+ to replace the one you have now. It has a removable handlebar clamp and can clean up the cockpit. (Yes, in fact I do already have one :thumbup: )
How about your seat pad? Armor bodies makes a nice one $30. Any one designed for a ZX6 tail will work.
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txchevy249
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Re: Still some tweaks to go but I'm riding.

Postby txchevy249 » Fri Oct 19, 2012 7:55 am

Thanks guys. I took cefoskeys how to guide for the seat and it turned out great. I still need to make some minor cuts at the vents for the frame sliders to fit, just need to get my hands on a dremel. Thought about adding some decals to the bottom but I think I'll just keep it bare. Although I had some issues getting the bodywork to fit just right, the upper still rubs the fork protectors on the right side when I turn the wheel to the left. I haven't decided if Im either going to trim the faring for clearance or remove the fork protectors. Any ideas?
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rdr2282
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Re: Still some tweaks to go but I'm riding.

Postby rdr2282 » Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:57 pm

I had to make my own fairing bracket because mine was sitting sketchy and I also cut the fork protectors down a bit
jardine slip on, woodcraft clip ons, ermax rear hugger, oem seat cowl, integrated taillights, woodcraft rearsets, catalyst upper and lower
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Re: Still some tweaks to go but I'm riding.

Postby Cope » Fri Feb 01, 2013 8:34 pm

Yup, that thing is hot for sure. Nice job. Very clean and not obnoxious anywhere.
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