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post #1 of 72 Old 08-04-2012, 10:28 PM Thread Starter
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Jane, My 09' CBR1000RR ABS

I've been poking around here and there, and I've been buying things here and there. Nough' talk! Pic!



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targa fender delete
k&n air filter and full flapper door mod delete
hotbodies mgp growler slip on + home made plate
8000K HID lows + hyper yellow highs
cf wrapped chain guard
cf wrapped race cowl
cf wrapped seat side panels
cf tank and fuel cap protector
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cf rear tire hugger
cf windshield
cf tank side panels
cf heel gaurds
cnc billet red pegs
t-rex adjustable kick stand
cnc billet red bar ends
smoked front signal housings + LED bulbs
radiantz topfx stealth rear signals

Currently awaiting my PowerCommanderV and she's all done.

If anybody has any questions, let me know, I put her all together myself, screw shop fees.

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Pic came out awesome!

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Looks super nice, no protection?

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very nice!!
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Looks super nice, no protection?

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Agree with winslo great looking bike!!! ... needs some slidders just in case

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Awesome picture!

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That picture is awesome.
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post #9 of 72 Old 08-06-2012, 11:22 AM
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That shyts Diesel

2008 CBR 1000RR "Cartman"(Stolen)
2009 CBR Repsol "Ginger" (Totaled)
2010 VFR 1200F - Didnt love her enough to name her(TRADED)
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more pix.

so, the PCV came in, all i can say is......... AMAZING.



"tuning" is very direct and easy, literally, all the values are there, and the .exe install disk it comes with makes it cake. loading the map is easy, and finding a map for your application is even easier... with a bit of research and watching your live data with a laptop, fine tuning your bike is fairly easy if you've got a little bit of a mechanical background. although i didnt have a dyno, i have a rear stand, a rear brake and laptops.





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