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Old 04-28-2008, 11:18 AM   #1
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Bike is almost back together

Got most everything back together....waiting for the last few small parts so I can put the fairings back on.

Gotta get over to Ellis to get the stator cover and tank plastic installed once I get the fairings back on.

BTW, new LEDs in the air intakes...

Bike is almost back together
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Old 04-28-2008, 11:26 AM   #2
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That's what I have been doing on all the LED jobs I do, look at the GSXR I did and the Yamaha, it really makes a difference. LOOKS GREAT!
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Old 04-28-2008, 11:32 AM   #3
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Where are you guys mounting those LED's to get them to shine in the RAM air ducts?
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Where are you guys mounting those LED's to get them to shine in the RAM air ducts?
Mine are these 3" strips with 3 surface mount LEDs on them. They are inside the ducts stuck to the top just about as far back as I could reach with my hand to stick them there...
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About time. gonna come ride with us soon?

Tiff is riding the katana... well after I replace the clutch lever she snapped off
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Mine are these 3" strips with 3 surface mount LEDs on them. They are inside the ducts stuck to the top just about as far back as I could reach with my hand to stick them there...
Sound pretty similar to the ones I buy at EPO. What about routing the wiring out of the duct?
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Sound pretty similar to the ones I buy at EPO. What about routing the wiring out of the duct?
Just drill a hole in the top of the duct just big enough to stuff the wire through and then seal it with some black silicone.
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About time. gonna come ride with us soon?

Tiff is riding the katana... well after I replace the clutch lever she snapped off
Heeeellllssss ya I am.....


Wonder if my clutch lever will fit the Katana. I've got a new one that will be in this week. (I ordered new Titax click adjustable levers)

Mine has just a little metal shaved off the ball....
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Just drill a hole in the top of the duct just big enough to stuff the wire through and then seal it with some black silicone.
Cool. Ya that's what I was worried bout drilling in my ducts. I do thing I have some grommets around here to that might work. I will have to try this out on my bike when I get a chance. Thanks for the tip mang!
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Rich, Would you like for me to kick him in the with my cast for ya?


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rich, have you thought about replacing the rider while youre at it? maybe to a newer model that doesnt hit ?



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rich, have you thought about replacing the rider while youre at it? maybe to a newer model that doesnt hit ?



gl;ad to see your is back together!
HAHA....nice. I've still got an antifreeze stain on my drive way man...when you coming to wash that chit off???

Glad it's coming back together....gonna ride as soon as it's done yeah?!

Lights look pimp...gonna do that with my 848 Duc (when I get it)
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Heeeellllssss ya I am.....


Wonder if my clutch lever will fit the Katana. I've got a new one that will be in this week. (I ordered new Titax click adjustable levers)

Mine has just a little metal shaved off the ball....
katana doesn't have an adjuster... straight cable design. Lemme check ebay. Im likely to get one from patrick in the morning so she can ride it to church wednesday
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Negatory... plus thanx for offer.

Be seeing ya Friday!
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Rich, Would you like for me to kick him in the with my cast for ya?
Yes please.
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Old 04-29-2008, 10:37 AM   #18
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Maybe you should ride that thing w/o plastics for awhile, just in case...
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BTW, got the fairings back on the bike last night. Just waiting for the right "inner" and the push clips to hold the right and left inners on....and 3 screws for the front fender.....


The plastics I've got on it are all slightly rashed to very rashed........just a reminder to me every time I go out and look at it what happens to a nice pretty bike when you CRASH IT!
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woohhooooo, just heard that my clutch lever will be in tomorrow and the order of "small parts" will be here on Thursday!
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