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That billet cover was made by DPM DePrettoMoto, part of a series of parts for the 2003 era Monster. Very nice and rare. I bought almost all I could find from DPM. You might want to check their website, their mirrors are very cool.
Yeaup. DPM - I had searched and came up with same results: super cool and very rare. That's why I had to get it from him.

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Rode to Rico and back.........160 miles, half in the rain. My bike is a "Dirty Girl" but it cleaned most of the bugs off my leathers!! We'll spent some quality time out behind the shop tomorrow.......starting with the pressure washer!

Also added a set of Paul Smith fork protectors. I'll add a photo soon. They're a little 'rustic" but I like the look of them on the stock forks.

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built a couple belly pans for a sport classic and a super sport.
Single-sided swing arm on the bike that's not a Monster We're gonna need to see more of that build.

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A friend and I went for coffee and a quick early morning ride from Portland to Vernonia and back, via Germantown road, Skyline and McNamee roads.

Portland, OR 97217 to Portland, OR 97217 - Google Maps

Out the door at 7, back in time for Sunday brunch at 10

This afternoon I might see if I can fit all my stuff for the Vancouver trip in just the topcase and tankbag... to take or not take the dSLR, that is the big space question for me.
Germantown is fun as is Skyline. Have you done Logie Trail Rd (it's off Skyline)? That looks nice and twisty. Sunday morns are the best time to ride. Far less traffic thanks to church and hang-overs

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Germantown is fun as is Skyline. Have you done Logie Trail Rd (it's off Skyline)? That looks nice and twisty. Sunday morns are the best time to ride. Far less traffic thanks to church and hang-overs
Lots off good roads out that way. Try this next time.

https://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=M...=h&mra=ls&z=14

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Germantown is fun as is Skyline. Have you done Logie Trail Rd (it's off Skyline)? That looks nice and twisty. Sunday morns are the best time to ride. Far less traffic thanks to church and hang-overs
I have done Logie Trail Road, on some sections it's good rough tight-turning practice for me!

As long as morning temps cooperate, I'm hoping to make early Sunday morning rides and starts to rides a regular thing for me.

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Lots off good roads out that way. Try this next time.

https://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=M...=h&mra=ls&z=14
Thanks Chris, I'm going to print that out and add it to my list of roads and routes nearby I plan to check out.

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I would be interested in riding Sundays if you are looking for someone to tag along.
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I would be interested in riding Sundays if you are looking for someone to tag along.
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post #29 of 1416 (permalink) Old Jul 24th, 2012, 2:18 am
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Installed Conti 2-2 exhaust on my mono. No baffles. Sounds sick. Got them from this forum. Glad too. Convinced me out of Termis. These are way sexier.


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Installed Conti 2-2 exhaust on my mono. No baffles. Sounds sick. Got them from this forum. Glad too. Convinced me out of Termis. These are way sexier.


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Would love to see a pic of that bro...thanks.

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