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Ok, I was surfing this site the other day and I had seen a picture of a Sport Classic - Sport 1000 or PS, and the bike had a set of ZARDs that were coated / Black. I recall that the ZARDS were the typical Paul Smart style - 2pipes on the right side of the bike.

Also the bike had custom wheels 10 spoke wheels, I believe, maybe I had one too many glasses of wine to remember :eek:

Any ideas who's bike and list of mods?

Thanks,

Man I think I need a glass of wine :D
 

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Here is pic I took today. I've replaced the forks with Ohlins FGRT803 forks, NCR triple clamps, clip-ons, and rearsets. There is also a billet rear caliper. A NCR slipper is waiting to be installed.
 

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mooner,

Wow, I really like your set-up, fantastic.


I think that is the direction I'm looking to head. Winter project time, bring it on baby...:D
 

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mooner,

How difficult was it to have the Zards installed / what was required?

I had the Top Gun Zards installed on my Hypermotard and needed the DP ECU and a PC-III - and naturally while they were at it, I had my shop install the cams as well...
 

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mooner,

How difficult was it to have the Zards installed / what was required?

I had the Top Gun Zards installed on my Hypermotard and needed the DP ECU and a PC-III - and naturally while they were at it, I had my shop install the cams as well...

They are not too hard install, although the instructions could better(bigger pictures would help). I have the ECU from Termi 2-1 exhaust I had on. I also have a PCIII, but currently running a zero map until I can get the bike dyno tuned.
 

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They are not too hard install, although the instructions could better(bigger pictures would help). I have the ECU from Termi 2-1 exhaust I had on. I also have a PCIII, but currently running a zero map until I can get the bike dyno tuned.
I got ya, when I started out with the Zards, I was informed that they were plug and play – no special ECU needed.

Next thing I know, I was ordering the DP ECU and then the PC-III to put the icing on the cake. In the end, I absolutely love my Zards.
 

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:eek: Dang Mooner,

I never get tired of looking at your bike bro.... That is one bad ass machine!

:::DROOL:::
 

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@cu3rvo

same here, the quality of the new picture is bad though,
one can hardly see the great fork, please do another
picture for the addicted.

:cool:
 

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Here you go Bro. I need to take better pics someday...:think:
 

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thank you both, i meant to ask for the fork pics,
but the yellow sport is nice of course too.

so Mooner, how does the FRG fork feel compared
to the Öhlins fork you had before ?

i am curious. :think:
 

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Thanks Mooner, that was at Ducati Island in Daytona. I had to place that tag on my bike for the bike show and sound contest. For the judges.
I Left before the show judging...they kept pushing it back and I had a long ride back home. On the sound contest I did ended on the top 4 for the 2 valve contest... but a hypermotard with some wild ass pipes won..it did sound awesome too.:D
 
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