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post #1151 of 1160 Old 11-30-2019, 03:56 PM
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First Oil & Filter Change

First Oil & Filter change, 600 miles on my 17 CBR1000RR.
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post #1152 of 1160 Old 11-30-2019, 07:19 PM
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post #1153 of 1160 Old 12-21-2019, 01:43 PM
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Since track day ainít gonna most probably happening tomorrow with all this rain, might as well do some cosmetic stuff.


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post #1154 of 1160 Old 12-21-2019, 03:03 PM
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Since track day ainít gonna most probably happening tomorrow with all this rain, might as well do some cosmetic stuff.
Bike looks sweeet. Are they canceling the TD? If not, ever run full wetts? Quite an experience going fast in the rain.
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post #1155 of 1160 Old 12-21-2019, 03:05 PM
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Since track day ainít gonna most probably happening tomorrow with all this rain, might as well do some cosmetic stuff.

The black Blades do look good, even better with the red accents

Is the black finish easy to keep clean?



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post #1156 of 1160 Old 12-21-2019, 04:23 PM
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Bike looks sweeet. Are they canceling the TD? If not, ever run full wetts? Quite an experience going fast in the rain.
Wonít be cancelled unless there is a load of standing water on the track.
Yes, Iím sure, but at this point Iím not up to the task of swapping for wets. Maybe down the road.

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post #1157 of 1160 Old 12-21-2019, 04:26 PM
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The black Blades do look good, even better with the red accents

Is the black finish easy to keep clean?
The matte black is VERY easy to keep clean. My Tiger is also matte black, and the non glossy surface gets no oily residue and fingerprints, and wipes off easily with a spray on detailer.

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The matte black is VERY easy to keep clean. My Tiger is also matte black, and the non glossy surface gets no oily residue and fingerprints, and wipes off easily with a spray on detailer.
I've had a '15 ZX-14R matte since new, and it's been super-easy to keep clean. I've only used the Honda spray wax on it, which works perfectly. I much prefer the matte on your moto though, color-wise.
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post #1159 of 1160 Old 12-22-2019, 07:41 AM
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That black and red is one sweet looking package. Love the center stand too

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post #1160 of 1160 Old 12-22-2019, 11:31 PM
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New Shock

I installed a "new" to me rear shock from a 2015 CBR1000 in my 2009 model. Shock had 5000miles on it, compared to mine which had 32000 and i got it for about $70

Since the new shock weighs a lbs or so more than the old one, I decided to also replace my stock batterie with an antigravity Lithium Ion battery to compensate That saves me about 5lbs or so.

Can't wait for spring
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