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post #21 of 107 (permalink) Old Mar 31st, 2011, 2:55 pm
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Nice work. Where did you source the carbon tail and nose from?

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Great build. I think it would look even better if you painted the carbon front fairing yellow. The bike is nice enough on it's own--don't need to emphasize it, you'll know.

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Excellent job!
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Stunning work Pablo. Kudos to you. Yours is my favorite modified SS.
QFT. It really is a lovely bit of kit. Keep up the good work!
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post #26 of 107 (permalink) Old Jun 29th, 2011, 9:16 am Thread Starter
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Howdo!!

Thanks again for the comments. Got round to weighing the bike today - 177kg or 390lb that was with a full tank of petrol.
Not bad seeing it's got mirrors & 12volt socket (For me smoking jacket) even the ST hazards work.
Still toying with the idea of individual air filters (Or will mod the standard box to take a larger Multistrada filter) and then get a proper re-map - hopefully break the 120Bhp n 80lb barriers.
After that is off to get the bodywork repainted.........yellow?....red?.....Black?

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Yellow with white plates!

The ST3 is a sweetheart of a motor. Very nice.

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i really like that half fairing

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post #30 of 107 (permalink) Old Nov 27th, 2011, 7:34 pm
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i love the work, but i think the new kids on block around here may need some context.



more images here:
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keep up the mods. you're almost there.

no seriously, great bike.

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