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Well Damn 2 The Rebuild

What better way to start then pictures.
The exhaust I ordered from Riders Discount on Monday came in on Wednesday. Now that's fast shipping.The Woodcraft Clipons and mirrors I ordered from Moto-heaven came in Thursday.
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All I got done tonight is spot cleaned out in shop, the seat, tail, left and right lower fairings off.
Tomorrow night tank and upper.
Will post pictures of her nude tomorrow. Still trying to figure out a color.
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Awesome! Looking forward to the nudies!! Good luck with her!


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Not much going on other than waiting on parts due to having to work the weekend. Taking tank and all plastic to body shop tomorrow. Have some nude pics of it will try to upload later today. I know some of you guys don't approve but I think I am going with one color for the tank and plastic something like this picture or a orange chameleon of some sort.
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Here is the pictures I promised. Those are the shorty mirrors btw
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Keep the original 03 paint job and decals, can't go wrong with that. Looks like you have a set of dan moto cans on there right now. You don't like them?

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The Dan Moto cans sound ok but didn't last a full year maybe 2500 or 3000 miles before they turned brown and started to burn trough. They are light, loud and cheap other than that don't have much good to say about them.
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Oh, you don't say.. I have them on my 03. It will take me a long long time to get to 3000 miles on them. For now they look and sound great.

Maybe I should have sprung and got the titanium versions....

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I thought about that but for 100 or so more I bought the Yoshimura Rs-3 from riders discount. Worth a look
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Not much to up date. Power commander came in body shop put me off till next week
So while I have it down any maintenance I should do or up grades. Have the fuel pump out and she is totally nude.
Thinking plugs, DENSO Iridium Spark Plugs IK27
Oh and is this worth doing?
http://www.store.scottsms.com/RC51-C...1-Coil-kit.htm
Oil and filter change.
Just had plugs, oil filter, oil and air filter changed when I bought the bike last year but wont hurt to do it again.
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