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If anyone is interested how it looks on a bike here are some pics. I didn't find any live pics when I was buying...

Tire Wheel Vehicle Fuel tank Automotive tire


Tire Wheel Fuel tank Automotive fuel system Automotive lighting


Tire Wheel Fuel tank Sky Vehicle


Wheel Tire Car Vehicle Motor vehicle


Tire Wheel Plant Automotive tire Bicycle tire


Tire Wheel Fuel tank Vehicle Plant


Tire Wheel Automotive lighting Automotive tire Hood


Regarding other accessories, if anyone is interested I can upload some pictures.

  • Spiegler brake lines (smoked with hold fittings)
  • ASV levers, standard length (actually they are a bit shorter than stock)
  • Domino grips (black/blue sheme)
  • Screen/dash protector (matte, anty reflective)
  • OEM Yamaha radiator guard
  • Gilles spools (black/blue)
  • OEM Yamaha sport license holder (installed in a way so it is shorter)
  • OEM tank pads (side and center one)
  • Quadlock mount
  • OEM Yamaha USB socket
  • OEM Yamaha Sport windscreen
  • Brembo brake pads (front and rear, red ones)
  • OEM Yamaha engine guards
  • Yuasa battery charging port

Didn't realize till now how many part are on now :).
 

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Sick set up bro. Not sure how I feel about that fairing tho. I think it has to grow on me like the cyclops eye.
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For now, plan is that fairing will be painted in black metalic, same one like the tank is. Waiting spray cans if I get them from Germany.
Some carbon from Carbon2race also is in distant future, all depends on budget 😀
 

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He might have really long arms
 

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When you dive in the braking zone does it hit the fender at all I wonder?
 

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Was it hard to bleed the brakes after changing out the brake lines? I believe there are 5 lines that need to be changed right? Thanks
No, it was not hard, only thing I had problems was leaking banjo bolts but that was my fault. After I torqued them to spec, all good. And yes, as I remember it was 5 lines. Tank has to go out.
 
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