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post #11 of 17 Old 03-24-16, 10:59
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Can`t really tell what you did with the dials. Would you like to share?
And if it would be previous generation Street Triple (2010 for example), would there be any different technical approach needed in some area?
Pretty sure that they're mounted to the handlebars with the Motodemic kit.

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How much did you sell that bike for? I know my Dad would be down to buy one.

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How much did you sell that bike for? I know my Dad would be down to buy one.
This one sold in the low teens. The current one I'll list for $25k since it's an entirely different level of a build.

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Cable reouting on sides near radiator?

I see this bike and others with their radiator fairings removed have rerouted the wiring that was once under those fairings.

Does OP or anyone else have any tips on doing this? Maybe the wires and connectors get routed under the gas tank and air box?

Thanks in advance for any help on this.

Also, awesome build OP!
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beautiful builds man, love it!

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