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post #2761 of 5976 Old 10-30-12, 18:40
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Just ordered some goodies for my bike:

Wave brake disk front & rear + new brake pads
If I was made of money, I'd get those rotors in a heartbeat. Love the way they look.

Be sure to post some pics of them on the bike.

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Installed a R&G Tail Tidy. Took way longer than expected trying to fit the turn signals. The stock signals didn't fit, and picked up aftermarkets, but the bolts were too long and hitting the brake light. Luckily a friend came by and helped me shorten the bolt with a dremmel. If you go that route, pick up the the R&G mini signals or shorten the bolts with a dremmel like I did

Really happy with the end result
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Installed a R&G Tail Tidy. Took way longer than expected trying to fit the turn signals. The stock signals didn't fit, and picked up aftermarkets, but the bolts were too long and hitting the brake light. Luckily a friend came by and helped me shorten the bolt with a dremmel. If you go that route, pick up the the R&G mini signals or shorten the bolts with a dremmel like I did

Really happy with the end result
Looks very very good. Looks like the way the rear signals are mounted on the current Ducati Monsters
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ya looks good.

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adjusted throttle slack, as well as clutch cable slack today, cleaned and lubed the chain, decided to send back my GSG headlight bracket, and found my left turn signal dangling there after a ride. Plastic housing just cracked in half. =\

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If I was made of money, I'd get those rotors in a heartbeat. Love the way they look.

Be sure to post some pics of them on the bike.
I'll post some pics as soon as I receive the goodies and mount them.
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Rode a good 100 miles today in 47 degrees, it was pretty cold.

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changed the oil :)

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Went for a short ride looking for my runaway dog in the neighborhood. Luckily my son found the dog because I didn't think about how I would get the dog home with the bike. ...... The dog doesn't have a helmet.

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