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Old 08-26-2009, 12:18 PM   #81
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Fairing Stay and Gas tank arrived
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Fairing Stay and Gas tank arrived
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Old 08-26-2009, 01:16 PM   #83
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Is that the tank I found ya on ebay?
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Old 08-26-2009, 03:28 PM   #84
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It is. But I have had it in my search, TexasPsyclone and trailerdgixx6 also sent it to me

Now I need to find a sugar mama, no baggage and likes bikes... start lookin.
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very cool hooligan....i like the idea of an RC 51 tail section. is it going to take many mods to fit?
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Well, found out why the clutch doesnt release. It is infact a 97 frame, but the engine is a 95 design; meaning Motorcycles Unlimited:

Thanks for ordering springs, fibers, steels as well as push/pull cables and mirror gaskets.
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Man I said it before I love those bikes, I remember when they hit the street , we all drooled over them like they were made of gold.
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Headlight needed to be torn apart to clean the inside lense.

Then I got an idea... I do have projection beams sitting around; some also have the servo motor for high/low beam w one bulb... Hmmmm....

Heat gun allowed the epoxy to release the lense w/o damagine the lense. I have to clean out all the metal in the assembly before modding. As for the lense, water and a cloth cleaned up nearly all of the lense.
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keep it up, i'll assist in anyway needed.
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thanx Allen but Im straight.




Parts come in a week. I still need a mirror stay and figure out what to do w all the cowl hardware. The stuff on the cowls are half turn; I need to find the bolts or purchase a complete new kit etc.
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is this anything related to my 929?
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i say go with Paul's idea of C4 on the battery. that was full of win!
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I just looked at some net pix; think I will have some problems w the clip ons again. May need to switch to 929 clip ons to clear everything; the 900 clip ons dont fit the forks after the conversion(and cowl underneath needs to be trimmed.) I can trim down the levers to clear the cowl at full lock(shorties) but Im afraid I wont reach full lock w the mirror stay and where it mounts.
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The suspension only... the 900rr was the precursor from what I gathered.

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i say go with Paul's idea of C4 on the battery. that was full of win!
I like my idea utilizing the bmw seat occupancy sensor and the metal, barbed that comes through the seat
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The suspension only... the 900rr was the precursor from what I gathered.



I like my idea utilizing the bmw seat occupancy sensor and the metal, barbed that comes through the seat
go for both!
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Headlight needed to be torn apart to clean the inside lense.

Then I got an idea... I do have projection beams sitting around; some also have the servo motor for high/low beam w one bulb... Hmmmm....

Heat gun allowed the epoxy to release the lense w/o damagine the lense. I have to clean out all the metal in the assembly before modding. As for the lense, water and a cloth cleaned up nearly all of the lense.
I've always planned to get a second headlight assembly for the ZX7R and try this.




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Im not going HID; although they are nice I just dont like them on motorcycles. Just my personal preference.

I will however take the optical lense and and framing and cut around the chrome plastic shown above to allow the frame of the beam to mount securely to the housing. This will allow the bulb and chrome plastic to adjust w the factory bolts. I'd use it as the low beam and change the right side for high beam.
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Hmmm, did that to a buddy of mines headlights on his truck, but we blacked em out with reflective paint. Looked pretty sick and was still bright as all get out.
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