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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-23-2005, 03:00 PM Thread Starter
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I got the cbr600rr tribal and gave my girlfriend the old kawasaki 250. after riding my 600 I don't think that I will be upgrading to a liter bike. SO as i look to custumize my baby nis there some where to get the plate illiminator and relocate it near the chain like on the choppers?

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Personally if I were gonna relocate my plate id put it up near the rear shock flush with the plastic...looks much cleaner IMO
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Who makes the best kit I just got a 05 600RR


also where is the best place on line to buy aftermarket parts I also wanrt a rear seat cowl and a somked windscreen.



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The EuroBikes under-tail looks the best. It's all painted, relocates the plate under, and also have built in LED blinkers. You can get them at Eurobikes.com
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post #5 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-06-2005, 05:09 PM
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Though you could run into a sour police officer that is looking for some way to give you a ticket & might lean on such a dramatic change from the very back as on cages & other bikes.

Remember all the others on the road are crazy & out to kill you.
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A CHP officer gave a buddy of mine a ticket for this. He said it was a pet peeve of his and always pulled these bikes over as in an illegal situation in his opinion these were the most likely to run.

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A CHP officer gave a buddy of mine a ticket for this. He said it was a pet peeve of his and always pulled these bikes over as in an illegal situation in his opinion these were the most likely to run.
Witch kit did you duddy have are some of them illegal and some not illegal

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Wasn't a kit. He does bodywork as a trade and just hung it back towards the engine past the wheel. You could see it fine when he was off the bike but it hid behind the tire a bit with rider.

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I just did the Competition Werkes elim. on my F4. Love it.

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ChiknHawk: Definately a set of frame savers & then you might want to put on a set of Kevlar front brake lines especilly for the hot days & so improved stopping power.

Those are always my first two items on my sportbikes.

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