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post #811 of 850 Old 06-25-16, 08:14
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Seeing pics of this bike never gets old it a beautiful design. Definitely one of my favorite bikes ever. For me it just fits and thats the most important thing.
Yeah. To me, this is the best supersport and one of the most beautiful bikes I've ever seen, bar none. :D

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post #812 of 850 Old 10-01-16, 02:38
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Thumbs up Post Pics of your 675R

Wow Nice pic posting, thank you for it.

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post #813 of 850 Old 10-09-16, 21:35
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Track day sunrise pic.
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post #814 of 850 Old 10-10-16, 22:03
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I'm a Huge fan of the 675R, and was kinda bummed I could not afford a 2011. Had this pic as wallpaper though.

This might step on toes , but carrying on the White/red subframe scheme into the 2013+ bikes cheapened it IMHO.
Black like the bike up there would have kept the 675R a true "SP" model




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post #815 of 850 Old 10-11-16, 01:55
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Just a test run after some major changes!
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post #817 of 850 Old 10-11-16, 11:30
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Bike is looking trick!!! Dsnyder'!!!
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post #818 of 850 Old 10-11-16, 14:06
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I agree. More pics please!!! Really like all the front fairing work.
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Here is mine so far.
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Rain or shine, we RIDE !!
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@ALLoneUP I read that build and took a lot of tips and ideas from it. The street triple air box cover was the best advice for the harness. That was the most time consuming portion of my build. Had to shorten the front half of harness about 8". That took about 2 days of soldering taking my time with zero beer :)
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