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post #11 of 37 (permalink) Old Mar 27th, 2011, 2:48 am Thread Starter
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tman.
ok, I will take some more photos of it later today.

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lol

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Yes, that would be nice!

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Radiator guard.. no way...

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Yes, exhaust first - then other parts can follow.

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It's one big cf-piece which replaces the original 3 -parts belly. Not an DP part .

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post #12 of 37 (permalink) Old Mar 27th, 2011, 7:53 am
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tman.
ok, I will take some more photos of it later today.

Gilles:
lol

GEE-BEE:
Yes, that would be nice!

Ducbutter:


tman:
Radiator guard.. no way...

Auerlius:
Ilmberger Carbonparts - News

sarum87:
Pirelli Diablo Rosso (I didn't like to slide when using it at a trackday last year)

Thethief:
Yes, exhaust first - then other parts can follow.

Martin Lindhe:
It's one big cf-piece which replaces the original 3 -parts belly. Not an DP part .
Does any one know if the front cylinder head pipe is larger in diameter than the stock one? Just curious if thi might create a problem with this CF belly pan. Could you comment on the clearance between the fro header pipe and the CF belly pan?

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Oops, looks like you have the full term. Disregard my post above. BTW it looks great.

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My CF bellypan was delivered to my Mom's house down in SoCal yesterday. Since I live in Lake Tahoe where we are buried in snow I keep it down there until it gets nice here, so I can a least ride once in awhile.. Can't wait to see how it looks on my Black bike. I've bought quite a bit of Shift Tech stuff and it is really, really nice. I'll find out next weekend!!

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Still some snow left, cold (+4) and a lot of sand on the streets. Not ideal conditions for a ride.

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Nice bike, bro. Short screen and all!

Just like mine only white.

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Anyone out there have this with a center stand? I know with the SW-Motech center stand the two rear/lower bolts are inaccessible. I think you're going have some issues removing this piece for service, etc, without removing the center stand. Something to consider, anyway.
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A video.. belly pan, tidy tail and a iPhone holder.


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Anyone out there have this with a center stand? I know with the SW-Motech center stand the two rear/lower bolts are inaccessible. I think you're going have some issues removing this piece for service, etc, without removing the center stand. Something to consider, anyway.
Yup, center stand has to come off for oil changes. Only two bolts and a spring. Not terrible, but not well thought out either.

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Anyone out there have this with a center stand? I know with the SW-Motech center stand the two rear/lower bolts are inaccessible. I think you're going have some issues removing this piece for service, etc, without removing the center stand. Something to consider, anyway.
I put my Shift Tech bellypan components on today and on the Black bike it looks really, really nice. The center stand removal is so easy, I find it hard to believe anybody could even have an issue with it. About 5 mins to take it off and put it back on. I almost didn't put the stand back on. It's such a piece of shit. The Shift tech pieces fit perfect and where simple to install.

That centerstand..... I might take it back off and toss it. Even after modifying it. POS!

Anybody have any recommendations for stands for the MTS 1200s?

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