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Old 06-29-2014, 08:17 AM   #1
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2007 CBR 600 kickstand removal?

Most bike I have owned had separate bracket. Went to m
Remove this one and if I do I can't mount the gear shift back. Is there a bracket for this or do I have to remove just the kickstand and not bracket. I'm looking for that .000000000001lap time savings.....

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remove just the kickstand, leave the bracket.
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remove just the kickstand, leave the bracket.
I figured that :(
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