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HI Folks-in celebration of the half a foot of snow we got last night-I am now the proud owner of a new 2015. Being that I am told my bike is currently in numerous pieces in a large crate, and riding will be impossible for atleast 6 weeks, I am thinking I may as well just have the dealer bolt on everything I want to change-which is LOTS! Currently I have a picture of the owners manual-very exciting I know. As soon as I figure out how, I will post it.
 

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Welcome and future congratulations to you. Visits lots of threads here and you'll have too many ideas to be able to make a choice. Seriously, tons of great mods.
 

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Welcome to the forum Frozen (brrr, that makes me cold just thinkin' about it), and congrats on the new FZ.....you're gonna be in love soon!
 

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Congrats on the new ride! I feel your pain, today I stopped shoveling long enough to install my new exhaust. It kills me a little each time I walk into my garage and see it sitting there knowing it's going to be a good 1 or 2 months before this snow finally disappears.
 

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Well, I told the dealer to start with a full Akro carbon, a PCV, and the smog block off plates-and to toss that AIS foolishness in the trash. I am trying to decide on the look i am after. carbon fiber, or murdered out. How do ceramic coated pipes look on this bike?
 

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Welcome to the insanity.

Don't get the dealer to do it. More than enough resources on here ��
 

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I don't particularly WANT to pay the dealer for what I can do for myself...BUT, as the bike is currently not assembled and still in "crate" form, he will cut me a good deal on labor-not to mention the fact that once the snow clears, I want to spend my time riding, not wrenching :) . Granted, the odd "three beer job" is a nice way to spend a rainy afternoon in the garage.
 
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