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post #1 of 9 Old 12-25-2007, 04:18 AM Thread Starter
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WTB: 919 parts

Need stator cover (looking for the aftermarket variety, after seeing what happens to the stock ones I'm not happy with stock,) stator, flywheel, clutch perch, mirrors, gauges, fuel tank, headlight assembly, and water pump. I don't expect 1 person to have all, but if I can get a combo deal that would be awesome!

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post #2 of 9 Old 12-26-2007, 04:34 PM
 
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There is one being parted out on ebay. Heres the link

http://stores.ebay.com/id=14879902&s...TRK:MEFS:MESST

there is also a few other used parts like a tank from othere sellers.

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post #3 of 9 Old 12-28-2007, 09:17 PM
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Beef, you done wreaked your bike?

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Yep. Total user error too Riding in unfamiliar territory (first time in Texas hill country) in poor conditions (wet roads) like an idiot (chasing sportbike riders.) According to the notoriously incorrect speedo, coming into the accident I was pushing over 120mph. After checking my left side to make sure noone else was going to pass me I look up to see a left hand curve sign ahead with 40mph posted under it. Going as fast as I was and seeing a negative camber in the road (I believe that is the term for when the road goes one direction, but tilts the other) I knew I wasn't going to make the curve at that speed. I squeezed the front brake too hard and the front slid out. There was some object fixation involved (I wanted to know what I was going to hit if I couldn't get the front to unlock before leaning) and next thing I knew, I was sliding down the road. I ended up still seated on the bike (granted on our sides) in a ditch, minus a little bit of leather and a lot of pride. Fortunately I was with a group of riders that stopped, a couple of riders that were with the sportbikes did as well. I got to ride back into town on the back of a Wing. Those things are smooooooth riding compared to what I'm used to! So theres my tale of idiocy, no need to point out I was an idiot, I'm well aware of the fact!

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post #6 of 9 Old 12-29-2007, 02:56 PM
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Yep. Total user error too Riding in unfamiliar territory (first time in Texas hill country) in poor conditions (wet roads) like an idiot (chasing sportbike riders.)


Beef, was that you chasing us….J/K.. Glad to here your ok. Don’t let out the “Texas Hill Country with twisties” secret. Most people think Texas is flat, straight, and desert. We don’t our play area turned into a Deals Gap thing…

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Still need headlight and gas tank. I'm still figuring out if I want to stay with stock blinkers and mirrors, but someones got freebies laying around I wouldn't be opposed

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Still need headlight and gas tank. I'm still figuring out if I want to stay with stock blinkers and mirrors, but someones got freebies laying around I wouldn't be opposed
which side has damage?

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which side has damage?
both! My accident was on the left side though which is where the remaining damage is.

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