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post #11 of 32 Old 07-23-2017, 07:36 PM
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Um....yeah. I'm not a real big fan of the red hoses with the green accents , but holy hell! Other than that, it looks pimpin' dude! Nice job! Can't wait to see more pics of it out on the track.

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Um....yeah. I'm not a real big fan of the red hoses with the green accents , but holy hell! Other than that, it looks pimpin' dude! Nice job! Can't wait to see more pics of it out on the track.
green will be gone eventually, getting the red wheel stripes, k-tech shock springs are red and when i send the forks out i plan on having them anodize the outer tubes black, reservoirs red and the inner tubes gold titanium nitride coated
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green will be gone eventually, getting the red wheel stripes, k-tech shock springs are red and when i send the forks out i plan on having them anodize the outer tubes black, reservoirs red and the inner tubes gold titanium nitride coated
I figured that was the way you going with. Disregard my useless opinion post above. Should be epic when done!

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The bodywork looks awesome! It's actually the first time I get to see Sharkskinz gen5 bodywork, as their website doesn't even have any pictures yet. Do you mind posting more pictures? From all sides?

Also, is it true that the Evol Rearsets use up the mount for the kick stand?
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The bodywork looks awesome! It's actually the first time I get to see Sharkskinz gen5 bodywork, as their website doesn't even have any pictures yet. Do you mind posting more pictures? From all sides?

Also, is it true that the Evol Rearsets use up the mount for the kick stand?
Will do, once the windscreen comes in and I get it mounted I'll get some more pics up. And yea the rearsets use one of the kickstand mounting holes as a pivot point for the shift lever.
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Congrats man and that M6 bolt on the swingarm can be removed without taking the S/A off!as newf said above it can be done!I think I cut the Allen key down or bent a 10mm spanner or something like that to get the abs rear line off


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Any more photos of the bike from different angles? :) Pretty please!
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Here's some more pics of the bodywork when it was still being painted by Swenson. All of the bodywork is Sharkskinz apart from the seat pan which is armour bodies.











I also took some pictures of some of his other work he had laying around:


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Here is where the build is at currently:


E/T Rearsets
E/T clip-ons
Cox rad guard
Ohlins damper
Cordona sensor
Sharkskinz bodywork and paint
Arrow 71155ckz full Ti exhaust
MWR WSBK filter
Block off plates
Samco hoses
Motion Pro Rev2 throttle
Stomp grip
KIT ecu
KIT harness
Apex switches
Speedcell battery
Ape CCT
Captive spacers
Coremoto brake lines
MMR lightened rear rotor
K-tech 35DDS Pro

Just finished installing the kit harness, about to head over and get the shock installed:



MWR WSBK filter:


Apex switchgear:


E/T clip-ons


Custom coremoto brakelines, this is from their works360 line, you can get them customized with staubil dry break connectors, integrated brake pressure sensor, etc. Pretty trick


Arrow full Ti system


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