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post #1 of 1259 Old 11-07-2006, 09:52 AM Thread Starter
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919 Picture Thread

I was thinking we should start a sticky picture thread for people's 919s since there doesn't seem to be a forum category for photos. It would be a good place to see what's out there and grab ideas. In particular, I'd like to see str8ghtjacket's right now, looks like you've got some straightbars on your 9?

If this is a dumb idea, you all can tell me to shut up, too

I'll start by adding a pic of my bike.
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post #2 of 1259 Old 11-07-2006, 10:03 AM
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Ill take some good ones tonight, Man I want those dual headlights, Was the install hard, Im not much of a faber myself, str8

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sounds like a good ideal I need to get off that other thread.

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here is mine, Givi wind screen, pazzo levers , rear fender removed and baffles removed
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Touring two up setup without luggage:


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I'll start by adding a pic of my bike.

tpirman, bike looks really sharp..
That pic just convinced me to get rid of the rear handle on mine.

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Lets see some more. Can you all post some of the bars. Im putting on new ones this winter. Seems like a lot of y'all have the Renthals....

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Lets see some more. Can you all post some of the bars. Im putting on new ones this winter. Seems like a lot of y'all have the Renthals....
Here you go... For a complete look at all mods. click on my sig. then go to the 919 page.


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I must be retarded.........I'm trying to attach a picture......but it won't open the pop-up window. I've even turned off the firewall, antivirus, and pest patrol. I even disabled window's pop-up blocker. Oh well

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Here goes again.
ART Carbon cans, PCIII, CR low bars, CRG mirrors, braided lines, progressive front springs and homemade grab bar holes....
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websch, post more, your bike is sick! If (when?) I ever drop mine I am painting it matte black. Is that the Acerbis Blitz light? I'm just about to put that one on mine, once I get it back from the shop...

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Here you go , had to take a couple quick ones , still at work
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Before you say it , new tire!!

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Before you say it , new tire!!
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Great bike st8, I am glad to see I am not the only one that f's off at work

Thanks for the pics!

The install of those lights wasn't hard, the plug that came with them connected right to the bike. I just needed to space out the existing brackets a little more, a few washers on each side did the trick and actually looked pretty good when done.

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Not enough mods yet just the fender and the flapper thingy!!

bafflecomy !!
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Is that a boxer in the background? I'm a big boxer fan. Lets see the pup.

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Great look websch! I like the red and black theme you got going there. How about a sound clip of those cans?

Ajcombs, what kind of hand guards are those? Homemade?

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Is that a boxer in the background? I'm a big boxer fan. Lets see the pup.
Rerfer to the Pics of Pets Thread and look at post #4 and yep he's a boxer, he is in the garage cause we had some folks over to clean the carpets and stashed him there cause most people are intemidated by him

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what kind of bars are you using str8ghtjacket, i kindof like the crossbar look on there.

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OK, I'll join in. Pay no attention to the junk in the background.


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Junk? That's not junk. I see a very important beer fridge, a place to lay stuff and smack on it, etc. But no junk.

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Here are some pictures of my 9'er.
I'm sorry for the size.They are big!
I don't have any editing tools loaded yet!
Ideas are in the details? that you can see.
Nothing new,nothing trick,just the way I did it!

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Here are some pictures of my 9'er.
I'm sorry for the size.They are big!
I don't have any editing tools loaded yet!
Ideas are in the details? that you can see.
Nothing new,nothing trick,just the way I did it!
Very nice looking bike. Those disks look sweet.

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Here are a couple of mine.

Got a few more mods coming in the next couple of months, it really is an addiction.
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Getting the tire nice and sticky


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That was a smokin' 919 action photo!

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Yeah , I have just a few more mods to do , Wave rotors, brake lines , crg levers, sato rear sets, dual headlight , with buell flyscreen, Dont tell the misses!!

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[threadjack]I'm not trying to stir the pot or anything, but what's so great about putting wave rotors on a 919?[/threadjack]

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[threadjack]I'm not trying to stir the pot or anything, but what's so great about putting wave rotors on a 919?[/threadjack]

You want to get into the whole "mod or not to mod" question? If someone has to explain it then you'll never know.

Why don't we argue about motor oil while we are at it.

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Hey 919newbie, They are Renthals , but not the Ultra lows, model is the H971 if that helps, And Bock as far as the Wave rotors go I like the way that they look and Im sure they are lil lighter and would prob increase the stopping along with new brake lines , After my last fall I need all the help I can get , I ride in rush hour everyday so my chances of running across some yaahoo slamming on his brakes in front of me are lil greater than most, not to mention the occasional deer in the middle of the Highway (dead or not) no offence taken though to each is own !! As for the Oil , sneaky reg honda oil for me try to change pretty often though, new baby cant afford syth every time , at 8 bucks a quart, str8

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Ajcombs, what kind of hand guards are those? Homemade?
yep cheesy I know but they work till next year...

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Still needs some work...front SS line, levers and quality mirrors.
I hope to do paint over the winter but aren't positive.
Actually wouldn't mind picking up those Givi crash bars.
Etc. etc. It's never ending really.

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ajcombs, no I was going to say it looks pretty functional. I would have done the same if I could figure it out.

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ajcombs, no I was going to say it looks pretty functional. I would have done the same if I could figure it out.
I actually used your pics to figure where to mount mine from

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[threadjack]I'm not trying to stir the pot or anything, but what's so great about putting wave rotors on a 919?[/threadjack]
In my case it was repairing what I had.
As far as the wave rotors,They work better.
Everyone always goes the "make it faster route" mods.,but forgets the "stop fast mods". I'd rather have a machine that can get me out of trouble faster than into it.
They are about 3lbs.lighter per rotor. less rotating mass.

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Did you paint the clutch cover or replace it? Can't say I've ever seen a red cover on the 9er. I kinda like it.

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Sticker police! Remove the swing arm sticker or go to sticker jail!

I like the red touches.

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