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post #1331 of 1416 (permalink) Old Sep 12th, 2018, 5:55 am
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Brandnew fork legs ... and some other stuff.


And yes, I know.
The spacers will be removed once the brake lines will be installed.
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post #1332 of 1416 (permalink) Old Oct 18th, 2018, 2:01 am
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After a loooog wait but it was worth it!

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post #1333 of 1416 (permalink) Old Oct 24th, 2018, 6:38 am
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Put it up for sale

Listed it in the Classifieds "Bikes for Sale". It was a lot of fun owning and modifying it. A great group on this forum!!!!
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post #1334 of 1416 (permalink) Old Oct 28th, 2018, 1:46 pm
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Removed the oem rectifier to replace it with a Shindengen FH012DA (off a BMW S1000R). Now I have to build a custom mounting for the FH012.
The oem r/r looks like crap and I'm lucky, it did not burn my bike.
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How about what I did with an SC part on my duc?

I designed and 3D printed a bracket (to be later made in steel) and manage to fit an SC seat to my monster frame.



I finally managed to bring the bike to work and got the bracket made in steel.



Its a tight fit and its solid and stable on the road.
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How about what I did with an SC part on my duc?

I designed and 3D printed a bracket (to be later made in steel) and manage to fit an SC seat to my monster frame.

I finally managed to bring the bike to work and got the bracket made in steel.



Its a tight fit and its solid and stable on the road.


blasphemy !!
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post #1337 of 1416 (permalink) Old Nov 4th, 2018, 9:28 pm
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Rearsets conversion and a few other bits

I did a 900ss rearsets conversion on my 07 biposto and got rid of those funky black triangles.

Parts list:
900ss rearsets (just the brackets and footpegs), ebay
999 rear master cylinder bracket, ebay
999 rear brake lever, ebay
999 rear brake line, ebay
Gear shift lever, M-factory, ebay (still waiting on this piece)
Single post exhaust hangers from stradafab.com (Randy is awesome, does killer work)

added some titanium stradafab frame plugs as well

also going to have the brackets and pegs powder coated black before it leaves the garage.
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post #1338 of 1416 (permalink) Old Nov 5th, 2018, 3:00 am
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That looks great, I have exactly those parts sitting in my garage for the last few years and never had the time or opportunity to actually fit them.

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You should have a crack at it! It was a lot easier than I expected it to be. I put the bike on the pitbull rear stand, bled the rear brake, removed the rear reservoir, pulled the rear master cylinder, then proceeded to remove the triangles. Once I had them off I installed the new exhaust hangers and assembled the rear brake bracket and master cylinder off the bike. Once it was together I put it on the bike, pulled the old brake line off, installed the new shorter one, reinstalled the reservoir after rerouting the tube, bled the line (used a suction brake bleeder so I didn't run into any of the issues I've heard other guys talk about in regards to stuck bubbles).

One thing to note though - one of the bottom LH triangle mounting bolts also holds the kickstand in place. I didn't realize this, so when I went to take the bike off the rear stand I looked to confirm the kickstand was down (it was) and lowered the bike. When I realized it was starting to lean further than it should I quickly moved to the side and guided it gently to the ground. I took a moment, wept, pulled myself together, and then lifted it off the ground and put it back on the rear stand. Luckily there was zero damage aside from a tiny scratch on the end of the clutch lever. I think the frame slider saved the day. I had a proper size bolt laying around so I installed that on the kickstand and all was well. Was a bit of a FML moment though. Thought long and hard about just running out into traffic and ending it there

Anyway, long story short it was a very easy job.



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That looks great, I have exactly those parts sitting in my garage for the last few years and never had the time or opportunity to actually fit them.
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Took my Red 1000S off the market

Fell in Love again and decided to keep her after throwing a little more money into her.

-Monster Fork Legs with Ohlins internals
-Ohlins Steering Damper
-Alpina Wheels
-Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa tires
-Moto D 90* Valve Stems
-LED taillight
-LED front blinkers from MotoGadget and Stainless Steel adapters from DesmoBros
-Corse Dynamics license plate holder
-Speedy Moto Frame slider
-Fresh High End Paint job for the Fairing
-Bar End Mirrors
Next Year a Corbin Seat and Ohlins for the rear.
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