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My Winter Project starts Jan 2nd !!!

2000 Honda RC51

Painting (flat or gloss black):
-stock rearsets
-front and rear caliper mounts or calipers (havenít decided)
-radiator screens
-swingarm (red to match fairings, its an experiment)

Carbon Fiber pieces I will be adding:
-radiator scoops
-clutch cover
-exhaust hangers
-windscreen

Miscellaneous
-Galfer steel braided lines (front and rear)
-Galfer wave rotors (rear for now)
-Exhaust wrap headers
-15/42 520 conversion
-New clutch (22K on the original)
-Switch to 02-06 wheels (to lose weight)
-Work out (so I can lose weight)
-Vortex Clipons
-Pazzo Levers
-Whatever else I can come up with

Most of this is low cost and I can knock it out fairly quick. What you guys think???
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for me, expensive dude...but it worth the money...i jz test my bike at track...1st time on twin...heavy,..not ez to ride against the 06 model onwards..600s or 1000s..well nd to trim down the weight...on rc51 man
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Started the tear down will post pics soon
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dude up dated the pic so we can see it man...please indicate the price tag for parts that u bought it...i might be get some parts too..
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2000 Honda RC51

Painting (flat or gloss black):
-stock rearsets
-front and rear caliper mounts or calipers (havenít decided)
-radiator screens
-swingarm (red to match fairings, its an experiment)

Carbon Fiber pieces I will be adding:
-radiator scoops
-clutch cover
-exhaust hangers
-windscreen

Miscellaneous
-Galfer steel braided lines (front and rear)
-Galfer wave rotors (rear for now)
-Exhaust wrap headers
-15/42 520 conversion
-New clutch (22K on the original)
-Switch to 02-06 wheels (to lose weight)
-Work out (so I can lose weight)
-Vortex Clipons
-Pazzo Levers
-Whatever else I can come up with

Most of this is low cost and I can knock it out fairly quick. What you guys think???
You may prefer Pazzo, but you might consider CRG as they are less expensive. I ordered mine from IndySuperBikes for only $86 a piece.
They are very nice levers. I have the shorty clutch and brake on mine.

Check out SpeedyMoto as their clip-ons may me cheaper.
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