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post #1 of 15 Old 11-29-2008, 05:04 PM Thread Starter
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Moriwaki Back Step & Flanders Drag Bar

Got a set of Moriwaki rearsets. Price is about the same as Sato units. Though parts will take longer to receive. I have it at 40 back 30 up. Quite cozy and works great with the drag bar.

I have seen tpirman's old drag bar setup and the need to rotate it up a bit. Same thing for me.

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Moriwaki rear sets are on par with Sato. How about a pair of Moriwaki cans to compliment the rear sets?

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I want some Rear Sets . . .Looks great!


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they look nice, but are to shinny for my liking.

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Thanks all, I agree zookmor, they're a bit on the shiny side, I'm glad they aren't full polish. It's a machined finish though it does have ample light refraction capabilities.

Say Mistermike, you have a set of Mori cans for sale? New ones are expensive...about as much as the single setup Termignoni system.

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Thanks all, I agree zookmor, they're a bit on the shiny side, I'm glad they aren't full polish. It's a machined finish though it does have ample light refraction capabilities.

Say Mistermike, you have a set of Mori cans for sale? New ones are expensive...about as much as the single setup Termignoni system.
I wish I had a set of Mori cans, Sorry The only ones I have ever seen were on ratdog's 919. Quality is on par with Sato.

You can always post in the WTB forum. Never know, might be someone willing to part with a set.

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nice color! NH-0 im assuming by the EK in the back? or frost white?

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Thanks for pointing me the right direction Mistermike. Now you got me thinking...white titan or anodized?

cjames...good guess, but my camera's lens is about to go. It's NH578 plain ol' vanilla silky taffy 'taffeta white'. It would be nice to have a real EK...to throw around the track. EJ is all we have stateside.

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haha your one of those "EJ" people....... cmon EK, EJ.... same thing..... though i just noticed the rear quarter windows look like coupe windows and not a hatch........ i was assuming it was a hatch, more commonly called ek though technically we dont have those here........... enough of the hijack haha

nice looking bike though i love the white, ive thought of painting mine NH-0 to match my caR, but its too new and minty to do it right now

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I wonder if you could bead blast them and get rid of the shine and not damage them.

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Thanks for pointing me the right direction Mistermike. Now you got me thinking...white titan or anodized?
The anodized cans would compliment your custom paint job.
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post #14 of 15 Old 12-01-2008, 02:57 PM
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Nice!! The bike looks really good! I've always like white bikes.

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mmmm anodized... talking about anodized...the rearsets are hard anodized...machined first of course. So now I can use them to cook bits of food...my new non-stick...err pan?

I'm contemplating stripping the wheels. Machined finish on the lips...hmmm. I hear the poser inside stirring...stay stock or call in the stripper to play. I can always wait...right?

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