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wingnutt and Duckhunter this for you!

So I finally get around to picking up my parts from my sisters place...lo and behold she happened to grab my Cycle Cat rearsets as a matter of fact she grabbed more than I expected but the only package left unfortunately is the Cycle Cat bar risers and the top triple clamp.

Radial clutch master, slipper clutch and all the other bits I need to get this piggy up and mobile for the spring.

So wingnutt and Duckhunter these pics are for you guys!

So after the holidays I will be going full tilt on this beast...let the fun begin!





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D D D D D D D D Drool :P------- , ummm... Dayum nobody you got me stutterin LOL
Very nice stuff MORE MORE MORE !!!!!

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Ok here's a few more goodies...



With the exhaust the bike will be pretty much done for now...I am going to upgrade the forks to Ohlins internals. I am running a set of forks that have been re-worked but they are not Ohlins internals so I'm thinking next winter or this spring.

Still the odd bits there and there that have to be done, one thing I really don't want to do is chase horsepower anymore I did it for years on different bikes always with the same result...never enough horsepower so now I'm going to chase suspension, brakes and going to try to lose some weight.

I have a set of forged aluminum wheels but I am saving for some forged mag's or even some BST's but I think the aluminum wheels will do for now...



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so now I'm going to chase suspension, brakes and going to try to lose some weight.
VERY NICE STUFF !!! Love the brakes, you have the whole set now eh ??? F/R??
Good plan on chasing the weight savings, I have spent hours reading on the best mods and time and time again I have read that weight and suspension are the way with the RC, not engine upgrades.
P.S DIBS on the wheels when you upgrade if you decide to sell them, I know where you got em....

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VERY NICE STUFF !!! Love the brakes, you have the whole set now eh ??? F/R??
Good plan on chasing the weight savings, I have spent hours reading on the best mods and time and time again I have read that weight and suspension are the way with the RC, not engine upgrades.
P.S DIBS on the wheels when you upgrade if you decide to sell them, I know where you got em....
Ya Beringers front and back...with the Braketechs I'm thinking some serious stopping power.

I just talked to my buddy he's going to order me up the things I need to make my own custom rear bike line. I've built a ton of them so no worries about any safety issues. The only reason I never made the clutch line is that it came with the radial master.

As for the wheels for sure bro they're yours when I upgrade...unless you upgrade first.



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Ya Beringers front and back...with the Braketechs I'm thinking some serious stopping power.

I just talked to my buddy he's going to order me up the things I need to make my own custom rear bike line. I've built a ton of them so no worries about any safety issues. The only reason I never made the clutch line is that it came with the radial master.

As for the wheels for sure bro they're yours when I upgrade...unless you upgrade first.
No kidding on the stopping powa !!! just do your best not to have any accidental stoppies eh
And that is sweet news on the wheels, have a funny feeling you will go with some of those black stone techs sooner then later....

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SEXY rearsets

The only issue I had with mine was the shifter spline shaft,it would work it's way wiggley over time. The splines are just too polished to grip properly so I rebushed and sized the bushing (didn't help) then I added two wave washers
(didn't help) then I took an m6 ss buttonhead screw put it through the splined shaft and afenderwasher and nyloc nut on the backside FIXED

Did the come with heelgaurds ? and also I had to fab a clevis for the rear master it is steel and looks poopie can I have yours? what did the box look like? did you gift wrap it ? did you put them under your pillow ?

I can make cf heel gards using mine for templates if you buy a sheet from mc master.

Also on my clip-ons I used some nylon washers and Ti bolts to screw into the bar ends (remember i got my stuff used)
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Cool

And I posted old pics to get the rise I wanted I used tyga mini resivours.
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