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05-22-2005 10:54 AM
Vash LP makes some very generic ones.. thats what just about everyone uses



05-21-2005 04:58 PM
mmackinnon Yup!


I removed the reflectors same day and am now looking into flush blinkers for the front. Anyone have any suggestions as to where to buy? Or what looks best with the CBR?
05-20-2005 03:26 PM
Unas_the_Slayer Definitely remove the reflectors. They look utterly retarded and I got cut off by cages just as much before I took them off, then as I did after I removed them. Stupid bitches on cell phones won't notice a couple little orange reflectors.
05-20-2005 12:14 PM
Smitty Toni I have an '97 Yamaha YZF600r, '00 Honda 929, & '93 Honda 954 I purchased out of the crate in Aug of '04. All bikes are with Kevlar front brake lines, but then I am a strong believer in best of stopping power. Only on the 929 & 954 have I put rotary steering head stabalizers.

Frame savers on all three bikes are a must & with the 954 I also have s/arm spools.

That is it. No change in can or exhaust system, mirrors, signal lights, tail section or removal of reflectors. I put the money of petrol, oil, tyres, & the usual. After all all bikes have a maze of power, handle like a dream so why put money into a small gain of 3 or 6 hp? After all my days of racing on the circuits are of the past.
05-20-2005 07:09 AM
Vash Check out scorpion alarms. In my quests I found that it was about the best for the money.

As for austetics (sp?) you already got the fender chopped, next would be to get flush mount blinkers, integrated taillight, anodize the random little brackets, get rid of reflectors, get one of those nifty chains with plastic accents, carbon fiber or chrome the body work, chrome the wheels (or get custom ones). Its not hard to go off the edge on this whole thing.


Just remember that the only part you are going to see is half the tank and the gages.



05-20-2005 06:13 AM
Stabo
"Gramps"

Hey Gramps, just got my CBR600 at 44 years old!
05-19-2005 10:30 PM
sidewaysducati
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Originally posted by mmackinnon
...I had considered an alarm until i read alot of articles on them making no difference.

Any other ideas?
If you're talking about preventing theft, do a search on "theft", "thieves", "stolen", so on.

You'll find a lot, as the topic of bastard thieves has been discussed a TON in the past months.
05-19-2005 08:52 PM
mmackinnon heheh,


no Sun city is the retirement area, Im 31 Great ideas for both of you! I havent bought the chain yet but i do plan to. GOnna grab a U Bolt as well. I had considered an alarm until i read alot of articles on them making no difference.

Any other ideas?



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Originally posted by Mr.TrevorClever
Get frame sliders and swingarm spools, because they save your bike and add to the racing look. do not take off your mirrors or upgrade to some other kind. for one you need to know when someone's gonna rearend you or if there's an asshole on your tail, and secondly if you ever drop your bike the mirrors are the first to go. Tinted windscreens usually look good. Taking off all the reflectors makes the bike look better, but being visible and safe is your call. I would leave all the decals on until something bad happens, then you can replace with something different or repaint the bike.

Im looking at alarms and a big chain, have you purchased either yet? don't know what the crime stats are like in Suprise. Isnt that a retirment community? Are you a senior?

Nice bike Gramps
05-19-2005 07:05 PM
Mr.TrevorClever Get frame sliders and swingarm spools, because they save your bike and add to the racing look. do not take off your mirrors or upgrade to some other kind. for one you need to know when someone's gonna rearend you or if there's an asshole on your tail, and secondly if you ever drop your bike the mirrors are the first to go. Tinted windscreens usually look good. Taking off all the reflectors makes the bike look better, but being visible and safe is your call. I would leave all the decals on until something bad happens, then you can replace with something different or repaint the bike.

Im looking at alarms and a big chain, have you purchased either yet? don't know what the crime stats are like in Suprise. Isnt that a retirment community? Are you a senior?

Nice bike Gramps
05-19-2005 06:35 PM
Big_Poser Depends how extensive you want to go (how much $ you want to spend). But as far as i have seen the typical mod's are fender elim's, frame sliders(not necesarily for looks but safty too), and flush LED blinkers really improve the look of your bike.


Congrats on your new bike, that things killer. Safe riding!
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