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My 04 NH RC51

Shown on bike. Pieces are not horrible, but not perfect. Thank you.

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Nice.

I'd lengthen the kickstand as it looks short.
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Yeah I really need to do that.
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Is it just me or does the bike look really tall? If you have an aftermarket shock with ride height adjustment, you can lower the rear and then the front by the same amount. This would counteract the short side stand.

First RC I've see with a crash cage, whats your thoughts on that?


That looks like a really nice area to hiking.
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Shown on bike. Pieces are not horrible, but not perfect. Thank you.

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Shown on bike. Pieces are not horrible, but not perfect. Thank you.

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Crash cage is okay. I'm not a huge fan. They make good foot rests on the highway for longer distances.
Highway pegs on a sportbike


By raising the fork tubes in the triple clamps.

Have you set your rider sag? If the previous owner was "big," they could have a lot of preload on the springs.
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Shown on bike. Pieces are not horrible, but not perfect. Thank you.

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look good!

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