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post #1 of 26 Old 09-01-2011, 06:46 PM Thread Starter
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Gonna do a Tail Mod!

Imagine a clean line from the carbon side panel, following the bottom of the seat and seat cowl. Computer and other electronics tucked in a box made under the seat and the tail light and license plate hung off the back of the seat under the seat cowl ...



Should be done by next weekend

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I can't imagine that, so I will have to wait for the pics.

I like the lines of the stock rear plastic and think it works well with the tank, but who knows.

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I've wanted to do something similar for years now. I'm interested to see what you come up with!

What seat and cowl do yhou have on there now?

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I've wanted to do something similar for years now. I'm interested to see what you come up with!

What seat and cowl do yhou have on there now?
The bike side solo seat from streetfightersinc

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Yes! I can't wait to see what you do. I have been toying with the idea of redoing the rear as well actually. Move the connector from beneath the frame and then model a nice curve under the tail so that the rear flows. Exciting!

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Yes! I can't wait to see what you do. I have been toying with the idea of redoing the rear as well actually. Move the connector from beneath the frame and then model a nice curve under the tail so that the rear flows. Exciting!
If all you want is a flat undertail I've already done that... notched the frame to house the cpu and slid a price of sign board wrapped in carbon look vinyl to seal it off...

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Oh nice...yeah that's what I was thinking haha.

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Are you trying to do something similar looking to the CB1000r? That would be nice if it came out properly.


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god damn... the red cb1000rr looks SEXY


and OP that is looking sexy as well!!!!!

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god damn... the red cb1000rr looks SEXY
I know! It has the red that I love.

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That red does look hot. Might be my new fav colour for the CB1r now!

Wish they would paint the exhaust cover black (easy fix).

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Man, I don't know about that new CB1000, after staring at it in person at MotoGP, its nose strikes me as a vagina with flashlight stuck in it.

But I guess we are talking about tail mods

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Are you trying to do something similar looking to the CB1000r? That would be nice if it came out properly.

I still hate the wheels on that bike. The entire bike is sharp and modern but the wheels are swoopy and gay.

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Man, I don't know about that new CB1000, after staring at it in person at MotoGP, its nose strikes me as a vagina with flashlight stuck in it.

But I guess we are talking about tail mods
Are you sure it was a flashlight? Some things look like flashlights, but when you hit the switch, it just buzzes.

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Pretty sure it's a flashlight, looked closely and didn't see the "vibrate" switch anywhere.

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The flashlight is there so you can find your way out if you fall in ..........

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Seriously, it's a good looking bike other than that alien gas mask nose.

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So what ever came of this? How'd it come out?





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So what ever came of this? How'd it come out?
Everyone got distracted by the thought of a vagina .......



Hmmmmmmm vagina

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still waiting to see the out come eagerly

where did you get those carbon side covers and the seat

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If all you want is a flat undertail I've already done that... notched the frame to house the cpu and slid a price of sign board wrapped in carbon look vinyl to seal it off...
This is one of the slickest lookin 9er's that I've seen, good job.

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If all you want is a flat undertail I've already done that... notched the frame to house the cpu and slid a price of sign board wrapped in carbon look vinyl to seal it off...
I see that the exhaust is a MIVV dual-gun. Can someone give me some details on the mid pipe mod and what MIVV item number was used?

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It's not a mivv... Mivv is straight cut and ti not slash cut and stainless. See my thread on cb1000r exhaust on a 919. Not the thread about the Yoshi r77 exhaust, he got the idea from my bike.

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It's not a mivv... Mivv is straight cut and ti not slash cut and stainless. See my thread on cb1000r exhaust on a 919. Not the thread about the Yoshi r77 exhaust, he got the idea from my bike.
Are you makin fun of my Yoshi?!
Yours looks good too.

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No I considered getting that exhaust too...

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post #26 of 26 Old 02-02-2014, 10:26 PM
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Is that a toce exhaust on the silver one?

Didn't mean to hijack but I also like the under tail exhaust and was planning on doing it myself.

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