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post #9201 of 9257 Old 06-22-19, 22:38
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Revamped my exhaust with a moto2 style 😬
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post #9202 of 9257 Old 06-26-19, 00:28
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yesterday, chian shortened 2 links...
But Today!!! I removed the radiator, "kinda" cleaned up and installed Arrow full exhaust (not likely to keep without a db-killer tho).Then I took off rider rearsets and installed '13-up stock type rearsets (modified/ removed exhaust hanger) and found out that 02 D955i rear pegs fit on the 06-12 D675 frame but the '13-up D675 passenger pegs "do not"!
I'm still "looking" for stuff to finish this project as I go. (fyi: when I gather some more funds, I'll start shopping again.)
I did receive a nice used stock windscreen today! (needed a 08, I picked out an '09, doh!... trade ya! haha!).
well, it's a "work in progress" anyway... til tomorrow...
Catch me later!
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post #9203 of 9257 Old 06-26-19, 00:29
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two more pics
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post #9204 of 9257 Old 06-26-19, 18:40
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Not sure. I donít think thatís possible though. There is a rod between the axle sliders so I donít think you would be able to take the wheel off.
Remove the axle sliders and rod. Use correct size bolt & washer and screw them into where the spools go. No?

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post #9205 of 9257 Old 06-28-19, 02:00
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completed a couple of things today... Installed radiator and filled, played around with different front calipers (r6/ stock), the front masters (stock/brembo) and lines to get things to fit best for now (not sure yet).
I figured a way to mount the heat shield and plastic trim cover over the Arrow muffler. it doesn't contact exhaust and as for looks; well, it works for me!
Also, I thought of another way to secure the rear seat using a 1/4 turn Zues fitting, I also finangled a homemade "key" to make access quick and easy! fwiw, others may have done this before (idonno) but, it just came to me while looking at how the rear seat mounts (saw no way to bolt it on per manual; something's missing).

btw, Im guessing everyone knows how to easily pop your front seat latch without a key; its no biggy. I, at least, disquised mine. I'm stashin a spare key under the front seat for "just in case" purposes; ya never know!
... the journey continues!
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post #9206 of 9257 Old 06-28-19, 11:55
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completed a couple of things today... Installed radiator and filled, played around with different front calipers (r6/ stock), the front masters (stock/brembo) and lines to get things to fit best for now (not sure yet).
I figured a way to mount the heat shield and plastic trim cover over the Arrow muffler. it doesn't contact exhaust and as for looks; well, it works for me!
Also, I thought of another way to secure the rear seat using a 1/4 turn Zues fitting, I also finangled a homemade "key" to make access quick and easy! fwiw, others may have done this before (idonno) but, it just came to me while looking at how the rear seat mounts (saw no way to bolt it on per manual; something's missing).

btw, Im guessing everyone knows how to easily pop your front seat latch without a key; its no biggy. I, at least, disquised mine. I'm stashin a spare key under the front seat for "just in case" purposes; ya never know!
... the journey continues!
How does one pop the front seat without a key?!
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completed a couple of things today... Installed radiator and filled, played around with different front calipers (r6/ stock), the front masters (stock/brembo) and lines to get things to fit best for now (not sure yet).
I figured a way to mount the heat shield and plastic trim cover over the Arrow muffler. it doesn't contact exhaust and as for looks; well, it works for me!
Also, I thought of another way to secure the rear seat using a 1/4 turn Zues fitting, I also finangled a homemade "key" to make access quick and easy! fwiw, others may have done this before (idonno) but, it just came to me while looking at how the rear seat mounts (saw no way to bolt it on per manual; something's missing).

btw, Im guessing everyone knows how to easily pop your front seat latch without a key; its no biggy. I, at least, disquised mine. I'm stashin a spare key under the front seat for "just in case" purposes; ya never know!
... the journey continues!
How does one pop the front seat without a key?!
A long cable tie to the latch mechanism, so when you pull the cable tie, it opens the seat latch. Hang the tag end of the tie down between the plastic battery box and rear subframe. Trim tag end as appropriate.
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post #9208 of 9257 Old 06-28-19, 12:39
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How does one pop the front seat without a key?!
what he said... and (pic) although I may be missing something under the tail that would cover the hole... not sure what all is missing from this bike... new project for me!
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post #9209 of 9257 Old 06-28-19, 12:47
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moved, admin please delete thanks

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post #9210 of 9257 Old 06-28-19, 21:17
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Put on my new Pazzo levers. Cleaned the chain, lubed it, and adjusted it. Pulled the spark plugs and drained the old fuel the previous owner had in it. I am going to run a couple tanks of fuel with cleaner in it and then put new plugs in it.
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