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post #1 of 20 Old 10-09-2006, 06:49 PM
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Jardine 919 Fender mod, Sato rearseats ETC. Pics

Yo, finally some pics. I installed the following:

-Sato Ti Slip-ons
-Sato Rearsets
-AFAM Superbike Bars
-Renthal Superbike Grips
-Honda Windscreen. painted flat black from the inside
-Jardine Fender eliminator
-Haro BMX bar ends
-PJs Parts grab handle hole caps..cool company

Removed:

-smog cannister
-passenger grab handle
-stock fender
-stock bars

Enjoy..
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post #2 of 20 Old 10-09-2006, 07:08 PM
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WELL DONE!

What do you think of the rearsets? What kind of riding do you do? What peg position do you use?

I am forcing myself not to order some everyday because I know I do not NEED them for clearance as I am not an aggressive rider but...:santa:

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post #3 of 20 Old 10-09-2006, 07:16 PM
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Needs/wants....

I have them set at the most forgiving position...10mm back 20 up. I am 6'3" and this is perfect.

Trust me on this one....a must have.


Sorry. I commute 24 miles each way, 50/day in So Cal..mostly freeway. I also do frequent Malibu runs. Some good twisties up there.

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motoxer101, bike looks really good.
Where did you purchase the Jardine Fender eliminator?
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post #5 of 20 Old 10-09-2006, 07:39 PM
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Direct from Jardine. Terry is the MC sales guy. About $100 with tax and shipping. Thanks.....I dig this bike.

post #6 of 20 Old 10-09-2006, 07:44 PM
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Hey FOC...lets ride!

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You can find the Jardine Fender Eliminator here for $85.

http://www.velocitycyclesports.com/s...3052&catid=860

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Come on people, you can fabricate your own fender eliminator for under $10.

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Hey FOC...lets ride!

hey hey hey,
take it to the track, boys!

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post #10 of 20 Old 02-26-2007, 05:31 PM
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Hi guys and gals. I'm new to the forum but have had my 03 919 for a few years.

I like that Jardine Fender eliminator. I found one online but it doesn't look like there was a place for the stock plate light you had on. Did you drill holes and attach it?

I want to go with a fender eliminator but I still want to use the stock signals and be somewhat legal. Any ideas?

Thanks, lots of good stuff on this forum.

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Another person with Sato Rearsets......you bastard.....lol......lol...

Seriously, looks great!!!!

I'm with Mike though.....these fender eleminator people really get you guys by the balls....

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Looking good, but yeah, next time make your own fender elim.

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Do the rearsets make more leg room?

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Do the rearsets make more leg room?
I don't know of any aftermarket rearsets that offer more legroom on the 919. They all move you legs up, back, or up and back. I've found my frame sliders make nice footpegs on the highway.

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good looking 919, motoxer101...

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Looks great motoxer101!

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Nice bike previously banned member!

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What are you using to cap off the handlebars?

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He would tell you if he could, only he can't.

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What are you using to cap off the handlebars?
I believe he got those from a mountain bike store.
Sugs did the same.

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