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post #1 of 15 Old 03-25-2018, 02:54 AM Thread Starter
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Love the look of this bike!

Except all the colored nipples and bits on this.

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Those carbon parts are titties! I wish I spoke Pong-Pong to try and decipher where some those are sourced from. I also dig the black tail fairing with the green KRT scheme. The red hoses and do-dads could be left out, but this gives me some ideas!
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I'd love to get some inexpensive carbon pieces that were legit...

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Fanny pack FTW! Now that is one kick ass accessory.

I've been amazed at the level of modified bikes that come out of Thailand. Given the extremely low cost of living over there, how does one accumulate the funds to purchase trick racing parts from overseas?

Gosh, an Akrapovic must cost a years wages for the average guy.
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Fanny pack FTW! Now that is one kick ass accessory.

I've been amazed at the level of modified bikes that come out of Thailand. Given the extremely low cost of living over there, how does one accumulate the funds to purchase trick racing parts from overseas?

Gosh, an Akrapovic must cost a years wages for the average guy.
Thai baht almost worth nothing just like the Canadian dollar.


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Fanny pack FTW! Now that is one kick ass accessory.

I've been amazed at the level of modified bikes that come out of Thailand. Given the extremely low cost of living over there, how does one accumulate the funds to purchase trick racing parts from overseas?

Gosh, an Akrapovic must cost a years wages for the average guy.
Lots of rich thai kids that like spending daddy's money. Brembo parts are actually cheaper to buy in Thailand then overseas and alot of the carbon stuff can be sourced locately also.
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I'm curious whether the GPR steering damper is better than the stock or not.
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I'm curious whether the GPR steering damper is better than the stock or not.
Everything is better than the stocker.
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la real grasa..!!!!!
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