That's going to be a long list , maybe wait til winter when he has got some time I would like to see it along side one or two of those Lamborginis that would be a great photo op IMO I'm guessing that the price of the mods willl be greater than the price of the bike. You don't have to tell doesn't matter .Great piece of work...As said before you didn't Fcuk it up too bad I've enjoyed following you along on your adventure thanks for sharingGreat looking bike - we need more pics and a list of your mods!
My problem is I keep thinking "I'll do a shoot when it's done"...but it's never done.Wow, so......... colourful!
I can't say I love it, but I also can't say I've stared at a 1098s other than my own for so long. Big props! Gotta see more pics.
Ya but you ride a lot harder than me LOL. My problem is I'm of a philosophical bent - "don't do anything to add weight unless absolutely necessary". In my case, it's just a philosophy - the only weight I think I've added (I mean in total) is the GPS mount and I think those gas lines added a few ounces...so adding a hugger just seems anathema to my (admittedly strange) goal...A rear hugger will really help the vertical cylinder as well as the rear shock stay clean. The small version weighs as much as a couple sheets of paper. It's a no-brainer IMO, especially when a rock can destroy your shock resevoir.
I don't think that there is a CF hugger for his particuliar swingarm....RAM magnesium, he would have to get one custom made a tap holes for it......A rear hugger will really help the vertical cylinder as well as the rear shock stay clean. The small version weighs as much as a couple sheets of paper. It's a no-brainer IMO, especially when a rock can easily destroy your shock resevoir.