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post #1 of 7 Old 10-22-2006, 08:18 AM Thread Starter
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CB900F/919 Sprocket Gaurd - Coerce

Hey guys.. Has anyone acutal seen this item instaled on a CB900F/919???

Looks kinda kool! but would prefer too see how the bike looks with it installed

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Coerce Drive Sprocket Guard Honda CB900 Hornet /919


Brand New Coerce Racing Drive Sprocket Guard for Honda CB900 Hornet /919. This sprocket guard is very easy to install and save average 2lbs(for most model) over dull looking stock unit. Made in Japan.
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post #2 of 7 Old 10-27-2006, 09:37 PM
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Check out my post in the last Mods posting. You cant miss it. Its right where others tells me that isnt a mod.
A few pictures posted. I like it but the price is too high.

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that takes the place of the front spocket cover?? if so how do they come up wit a savings of 2 lbs. it replaces a small piece of plastic?? It does look cool though.

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that takes the place of the front spocket cover?? if so how do they come up wit a savings of 2 lbs. it replaces a small piece of plastic?? It does look cool though.
They include the amount of weight removed from your wallet

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