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post #2 of 23 Old 10-10-2010, 02:44 PM
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That's a lovely red X you have there...





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Lookin' pretty good.

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where did you get the rear cowl from?

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Lookin' pretty good.

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rob i do struggle to get pics on how did you do it
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where did you get the rear cowl from?
pyramid plastics uk new. I got mine off another horneteer who was selling some bits looks good though full spray over winter then it'll be ace
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Yup, sweet cowl.

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What headlight is that? And can you post more pics of it? Thanks dude. She's lookin good!

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the light is a dominator with fly screen from jesters trick bits uk
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pipes before



pipes after a bit of hard work ready for stainless splitter
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Nice work on the pipes. I love a clean, shiny set of headers.

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post #14 of 23 Old 11-07-2010, 08:28 PM
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Nice work on the pipes. I love a clean, shiny set of headers.
Me too...Clean & shiny is the way to go! That blue really looks nice, Craig!

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What are you doing with these pipes? You didn't take them off just to clean them I hope. They won't stay looking like that long enough to make it worth the time.

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personally, I'd say it was worth it.
I mean, look at the difference


... just, PLEASE don't let them get that bad again.
A little polishing every time you wash the bike should keep 'em nice.

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personally, I'd say it was worth it.
I mean, look at the difference


... just, PLEASE don't let them get that bad again.
A little polishing every time you wash the bike should keep 'em nice.
The last owner was to blame and yes it was worth the effort will go well with the stainless splitter and pipes thanks for the comments
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More bits added

New shorties


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more bits added

belly pan before paint

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Looks good, Craig. Love the blue.One color we never got in the States.

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colour

going to have a full respray come spring not sure what to go for white or grafite ?
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I'm lovin' white at the moment. I'd go for a pearlized bone white and leave the belly pan black or paint it charcoal gray and add a touch of CF on your cans to balance the black elements. Plus a red honda logo on the tank to pick up the touch of red from the shock spring.

I feel like your gold bars and levers would look outta place though. Black would be the way to go for that with a black/white color scheme.

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post #23 of 23 Old 01-22-2011, 02:52 PM
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Looks awesome. I think you need to do something with the wheels maybe. Polished lips perhaps?

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