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post #21 of 28 Old 01-02-13, 10:06
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looks weird 2 me

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post #22 of 28 Old 01-03-13, 09:18
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Umm huh? then he put daytona rearsets, daytona forks, and daytona brakes on it. Would have been cheaper to just get a daytona and take the fairings off.
I doubt that would have been "cheaper"... I did this over time, few parts here and there to spread the expense. A lot of the parts came off of my trackbike as well.

I think what I did was easier than going naked on a Daytona. Have you tried to source Street Triple triple clamps or headlights? Not easy to come by, nor cheap when you find them

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well, it looks badass whatever it is.
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Oh well, found a crm low mount :D


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I think you should hold out for the Daytona subframe and tail and get your single undertail.

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I think you should hold out for the Daytona subframe and tail and get your single undertail.
Nasty you want Nelson's CRM don't you...


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Curious about your fork settings. Are they stock? How many lines of preload do you have showing? Approximate weight w/gear?
Stock 06 forks with 5wt racetech fluid. 4 or 5 lines on the preload, approx 185 lb. Forks -1mm in the upper triple. I like to have sag a little high on this bike to keep the tire on the ground as much as possible

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Nasty you want Nelson's CRM don't you...
Maaaaaaaybe.

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