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i can help you with the oem stickers , in case p.m. me.
 
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were in canada are you? just word of advice with the brembo clutch lever and older be very care full with brembo switch on the clutch! if it doesn't make very good contact with perch it will cause all sorts of problems
 

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were in canada are you? just word of advice with the brembo clutch lever and older be very care full with brembo switch on the clutch! if it doesn't make very good contact with perch it will cause all sorts of problems


Brembo doesn’t have a clutch switch on the Mechanical Clutch. Clutch MC maybe, but not this one.
However, I did break the Honda one lol


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Titanium bolts for the rear rotor and abs ring. The abs ring I made it silver to match the rest of the bike. I have been making most of the brackets silver. Looks nicer in my opinion. Small details



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Renthal Ultralite front sprocket in, with a titanium bolt to replace the old steel bolt. Will be looking to find a titanium washer that sits over top of the sprocket. Currently investigating.
I was about to put the rear sprocket on but I had ordered the wrong size



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Renthal Ultralight rear sprocket, with titanium drilled washers and titanium nuts.





After installing the rear sprocket, I found out raceboltuk makes titanium stud bolts for the sprocket hub. Will be ordering soon. Also wanting to change the color of the black sprocket hub, been thinking silver.
Speaking of silver, I made my kickstand and kickstand holder bracket silver. Waiting on the titanium holder bolts and flanged nut to arrive. Made my bar end weights silver as well.





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I got the flanged Ti nuts and Ti studs for the sprocket - no need for washers. Saves about 7 grams LOL

Get the TSR silver bar ends, really makes the stock bars pop.


Definitely get rid of the washers when I get the Ti studs, and shorten the studs 3-4 mm as well.

I actually do have the TSR bar ends on my list to get lol. Saw those on webike last year when I had the Repsol.


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Do you guys run that stock plastic chain guard? Noticed it's not there in the picture. I leave mine on there to keep the chain crud off the bodywork but I'm always thinking of taking it off and going without.
 

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Do you guys run that stock plastic chain guard? Noticed it's not there in the picture. I leave mine on there to keep the chain crud off the bodywork but I'm always thinking of taking it off and going without.


I do keep mine on. I had it off and had not put it back on. I have a carbon one on its way


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More titanium for the SP. Found out a bolt at the very end of the subframe near the taillight isn’t listed in the parts fiche. I had an extra titanium bolt that I was able use, just had to shorten its bit








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New covers for the SP, and all new titanium bolts for the covers. All 23 bolts









All the brackets I’ve changed to silver. Looks better in my opinion.






Very happy with the new look




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I'm envious of you 17+ guys and your gold case covers, but then I realize that my GB Racing covers pretty much completely cover mine so I'm ok with black.
 

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You are a bigger titanium whore than I am! Bike is looking great, what are you doing to "silver" the items on the bike? Just wire wheeling them?
 
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