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post #1 of 27 Old 03-28-2012, 08:01 AM Thread Starter
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Hi guys n gals , Im Adrian and i joint a few months ago but didnt get around introducing my self and im just getting use to navigatig the web site , i live in Australia , Melbourne.

I want 1 day for my cb900 to be fully custom but till then this is wat it looks like so far thanks guys

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post #2 of 27 Old 03-28-2012, 08:04 AM Thread Starter
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can any1 give me preformance mods , like cams, tuning etc....
and what forks and triple clamps have a bolt in fittment??

or just any ideas , thanks guys !

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Welcome! That headlight looks wild!

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welcome, very nice looking bike! love your hose reel!

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Welcome and +1 on the headlight. Very cool.

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Welcome! I was thinking about some headlights like that, but questioned the light output. they look cool as hell, but do they perform well? or is that why you have 3? what type of bulb do they run?

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Hey man welcome! +2 on the headlight and hose reel!!

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+3 on the headlights especially the mounts, nice mods so far and good to see a very clean specimen.

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Welcome! Very clean bike with some nice mods!

Other than a turbo kit, I would also like to know of any performance mods!

What are you looking to do with the forks and triple clamps?

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hello , i have a cb900 to and im from melb , we should go for a ride 1 day
GREAT! another fuckin aussie joins this site. this place is gonna get turned upside down before too long if this shit continues

welcome mate! watch out for the kiwi's but luckily we have no pommies here so you should fare ok. just dont feed g00gl3it, dont get bit by bigdaa, and be careful around rmb, you'll do just dandy here. enjoy your stay and just know being here puts you on the fast track to being

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Welcome! Very clean bike with some nice mods!

Other than a turbo kit, I would also like to know of any performance mods!

What are you looking to do with the forks and triple clamps?
Hey , i want to change the forks and triple clamps and just for looks really , something with gold bits .

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Welcome! I was thinking about some headlights like that, but questioned the light output. they look cool as hell, but do they perform well? or is that why you have 3? what type of bulb do they run?
Hey , i always saw people have 2 headlights side by side , so i thought id go three , thats all , i just like to be different. As for light output its good ,the lights are hella, and the bulbs are 55watts each . i use the 2 down the bottom for normal operation and the top as high beam. and i also have a on and off switch to turn it all off.

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Hey , i always saw people have 2 headlights side by side , so i thought id go three , thats all , i just like to be different. As for light output its good ,the lights are hella, and the bulbs are 55watts each . i use the 2 down the bottom for normal operation and the top as high beam. and i also have a on and off switch to turn it all off.
very cool! it's def different! if you want gold bits for your forks, you can do the rc51 swap. you'll have to machine the upper though or spend $$ on one.

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post #17 of 27 Old 03-28-2012, 07:05 PM
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Great looking bike!

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post #18 of 27 Old 03-29-2012, 10:53 AM
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Hey , i always saw people have 2 headlights side by side , so i thought id go three , thats all , i just like to be different. As for light output its good ,the lights are hella, and the bulbs are 55watts each . i use the 2 down the bottom for normal operation and the top as high beam. and i also have a on and off switch to turn it all off.

I had found them on hellas site. FF75's correct? are they the fog model, or driving? how do they perform?

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post #19 of 27 Old 04-01-2012, 07:41 AM Thread Starter
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hey the ff75's preform good , they are not as focused as the stock light , more to the spread (wide) side of light output.

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post #20 of 27 Old 04-01-2012, 08:47 AM
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post #21 of 27 Old 04-01-2012, 09:15 AM
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hey the ff75's preform good , they are not as focused as the stock light , more to the spread (wide) side of light output.
Cool. Do you know if theyre the fog model or the driving model?

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Wow i just found a turbo kit for the bike , made in the Usa by wave engineering. Has any1 got experience with this?

Honda 919 Turbo

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post #23 of 27 Old 04-05-2012, 03:47 PM
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Wow i just found a turbo kit for the bike , made in the Usa by wave engineering. Has any1 got experience with this?

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Woody is one that has it, a few more as well. There have been issues. I think more than one have had to do a full rebuild down the road. But that's been more due to 'pushing the envelope' (Boost) and tweaking, than anything.

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https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/...rbo-17793.html

Woody is one that has it, a few more as well. There have been issues. I think more than one have had to do a full rebuild down the road. But that's been more due to 'pushing the envelope' (Boost) and tweaking, than anything.

If you want to know what it can do:

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holy crap! that things got GOBS of power, huh?!

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Welcome!! Seems we're getting a lot of Aussies coming into the site. Sweet looking ride there, the gold bards/grips really go well with the black and calipers! Dig the headlights setup as well. Did you get the brackets machined or ordered them somewhere?

Also, what's that you got stuck on your chain-guard?

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Also, what's that you got stuck on your chain-guard?
I can answer this one. It's a registration sticker we have in Australia. Each Bike, car, trailer etc must have one and it must be visible. It simply states the make, model, I think engine and VIN number and says when the registration expires. They vary between states but that's the general idea of them, and thats the most common place people mount them on the their bikes. :-)

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post #27 of 27 Old 06-12-2012, 05:19 AM Thread Starter
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YaY i just installed my Pro Bolt Kit , but there are 2 Really long bolts and i dont know were they go , any1 had the same experience??

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