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post #1 of 46 Old 10-26-2009, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
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FS: Bunch of 919 Goodies

Here's just about everything that has come off the bike. Please see contact info at the end of the post -

1. CF Satos w/ PCIII - $699: Gen II - Torn down in May and only one ride since, cores are fully repaired (have pics), repacked correctly with Silent Sport, new Sato bands. No scratches or damage. PCIII w/ custom EDR Performance map to clean up AF ratio. Heat shields, hardware, PCIII docs, map records, and CD / laptop cables:





2. Ermax Belly Pan - $125: All brackets and hardware. Road rash and light scrapes to lower left side from mundane city commuting:



3. Sato Rearsets - $300: Some wear on anodizing from boots. Waiting on stock brake switch. Sato switch is on bike now, but obviously ... :



4. Revalved F4i Forks - $499: Built by GP Suspension North. Powdercoated lowers, GP revalve and oil. Will throw in fully adjustable F3 rear and F4i front fender which IS NOT color matched.









5. Holeshot Performance Flyscreen - $75: Painted and accepts any standard round headlight. Bracket mount to headlight bucket bolts.



6. Rizoma Hole Caps - $40



7. 1 1/8" Protaper Evo Bar - Woods Bend with SGR-USA Risers - $75. Cut down 3/4" and not drilled.



8. Circuit 1 Case Covers - EDR Performance Logo (Portland, OR) - $200 + your good alternator cover. EDR worked with Circuit 1 to have these made before Circuit 1 took them to market and you guys all had a nice group buy.





9. LOS Crash Bobbins - $25 w/ battle scars. Includes original 10mm drill bit to open up existing holes. PIcs if needed

PLEASE EMAIL ME @ [email protected]. If you PM I'll do my best to respond promptly, but I may not be speedy. I'll do my best to calculate shipping and then to ship as quickly as I can. Happy to take some better pics of the cans if needed as these are a bit dark.

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post #2 of 46 Old 10-26-2009, 10:15 PM
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Email sent...for everyones info I've spoken for the rearsets, so consider them sold unless rokt says otherwise

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Any pics of the belly pan mounted?

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Any pics of the belly pan mounted?
I was wondering the same thing

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What's the deal with the rear shock?

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Or the PCIII by itself.

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PCIII w/ custom EDR Performance map to clean up AF ratio.
Where did you get the EDR map? How different is that from the maps on Dan Kyle's web site?

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Where did you get the EDR map? How different is that from the maps on Dan Kyle's web site?
they put smiley faces behind all the "0's"



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Any pics of the belly pan mounted?
Yes, many. I'll post tonight when I get home.

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Or the PCIII by itself.
I'd like to keep it together with the cans for now, but stay tuned.

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What's the deal with the rear shock?
Please clarify? Just an F3 rear with full adjustability. Not the solid gold solution, but better than stock. Or, does you wants it?

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Putting the bike back to stock before sale?

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Where did you get the EDR map? How different is that from the maps on Dan Kyle's web site?
Had it dyno'd in the shop and sorted out properly. Was very lean and often hard to start. A/F was lean across the range.

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I was wondering the same thing

This one. The bit of paint / plastic grindage is on the left side lower back by th sidestand from a hard left downhill through a nasty bump up on Hwy 47 in Oregon, our little very own Dragon. Victim of stock suspension:



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great looking bike dude
Grazie. Can't be emotionally tied to "stuff". Hard to see it in the garage up on stands. In fact, it looked so damn fugly with the stock bars back on there I pulled them off again and put the Renthals back on it.

BTW - Rearsets are sold pending transaction. Thanks.

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Update: Bellypan, flyscreen, and grab rail caps sold pending transaction.

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can you send me more detailed pics of the satos?

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how much for the woobie?

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can you send me more detailed pics of the satos?
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LOL! Took me awhile to figure that out. Is that what ya'll call a poncho liner these days? For you - free. Ex 4ID armor officer here - God Bless!

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Paypal sent. Did you ever try these rearsets with the GP "mod" for the shifter?

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Paypal sent. Did you ever try these rearsets with the GP "mod" for the shifter?
Nope. Can't see the upside in the gain to pain evaluation.

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I know this isn't ebay, but if it were, roktbox would be an A++++++ super seller, great to deal with, blah blah blah. Great deal on a great part, even offered to dig up photos to aid the install.

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If the belly pan is not gone I would like it.

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anything left? if the bars are left what made you go with that set up? are you tall?

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Sorry for neglecting needed updates. Very busy. If someone can point me in the direction of editing the original post, I'll take down what has sold which are:

Rearsets - Gonzo
Bellypan & grab rail covers - Sold pending transaction.
F4i forks, fender, F3 shock - Sold pending transaction.
Case covers - Sold pending receipt of the stock alternator cover.

Satos - Questions answered and PM sent tonight to parties.
PCIII - Same situation as above.

Available - Flyscreen, ProTapers and 1 1/8" risers.

Thanks, guys.

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anything left? if the bars are left what made you go with that set up? are you tall?
Fat bars look cool and I'd been staring at the Renthals for years so I swapped them out. Put it all back to stock and the OEM bars made me gag so I put the Renthals right back on.

Even with the adapters the bars are still lower than stock and much wider.

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If the belly pan is not gone I would like it.
Sorry, I think these are committed to one of your countrymen (heck, I think he's in Calgary, too) who must either drive truck or work in the patch 'cuz he's hard to get ahold of.

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Sorry, I think these are committed to one of your countrymen (heck, I think he's in Calgary, too) who must either drive truck or work in the patch 'cuz he's hard to get ahold of.
Really, someone in Calgary? I don't know who it could be.

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u still have the renthals?

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Really, someone in Calgary? I don't know who it could be.
Sorry. I just Google mapped him in Beaverlodge and God bless him, but I couldn't find anything but straight stretches of highway anywhere. Shipping to him tomorrow and hopefully it gets up there before he has to put the spikey tires and outriggers on the Niner.

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u still have the renthals?
I put them back on the bike 'cuz the stock bars looked like ass. Still have the ProTapers.

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Sorry. I just Google mapped him in Beaverlodge and God bless him, but I couldn't find anything but straight stretches of highway anywhere. Shipping to him tomorrow and hopefully it gets up there before he has to put the spikey tires and outriggers on the Niner.
Ya a lot of straight roads around here unless you travel about a hour east or south west then there some nice twisty, hilly roads with very little traffic to play in.

As for the spikey tires, could probably use them here now. Been snow on the ground for a few weeks now and only had a few days since the end of September that would have been warm enough to ride in but was to busy to take advantage of it.

Funny thing is at the end of the riding season I consider anything below 10c to cold to ride but by spring as long as the highways are clear and I can get the bike through town anything above 0c means riding weather!

I think it might be time to move.

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Ya a lot of straight roads around here unless you travel about a hour east or south west then there some nice twisty, hilly roads with very little traffic to play in.

As for the spikey tires, could probably use them here now. Been snow on the ground for a few weeks now and only had a few days since the end of September that would have been warm enough to ride in but was to busy to take advantage of it.

Funny thing is at the end of the riding season I consider anything below 10c to cold to ride but by spring as long as the highways are clear and I can get the bike through town anything above 0c means riding weather!

I think it might be time to move.
Just move down my way. We have way better weather than you do. I can ride until after X-mas most years. I get out every month at leat once.

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Ya a lot of straight roads around here unless you travel about a hour east or south west then there some nice twisty, hilly roads with very little traffic to play in.

As for the spikey tires, could probably use them here now. Been snow on the ground for a few weeks now and only had a few days since the end of September that would have been warm enough to ride in but was to busy to take advantage of it.

Funny thing is at the end of the riding season I consider anything below 10c to cold to ride but by spring as long as the highways are clear and I can get the bike through town anything above 0c means riding weather!

I think it might be time to move.
Dave - The bellypan and hole caps are on their way this afternoon. Please see email for tracking number. Sorry for the back and forth and resulting delay on my end. Big workload.

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Hey, YOSTEVEO! Please check your PM's and your emails. I want to get the C1 covers off and everything shipped to you, but I've not received the stock alternator cover. Please let me know you shipped and we can confirm my address.

Thought it was on it;s way and I just keep procrastinating on removal of the billet covers thinking I can get it all done in one shot.

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