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Old November 11th, 2017, 05:10 PM   #471
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Also tinted the turn signal lenses. 2 coats. Came out really good.
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Old November 12th, 2017, 12:42 AM   #472
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Installed billet aluminum RSC ball bearing pivot clutch lever. Made front axle slider/bobbin's to match the rear Motovation sliders with a few tweaks(made myself). Installed a fully adjustable Chinese billet shifter lever from aliexpress.
That's the same gear lever I bought last year. Make sure you red locktite the screws as they have a habit of coming loose. And check regularly I nearly lost mine on a trip!
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Old November 12th, 2017, 08:19 AM   #473
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That's the same gear lever I bought last year. Make sure you red locktite the screws as they have a habit of coming loose. And check regularly I nearly lost mine on a trip!
Thank you for the tip. I had to do a couple little things to make it work for me. I also had to replace the pivot bolts with shorter ones. I was going to drill down a little further and tap the hole but I didn't want it coming through the other side. I am keeping an eye on the pivot point. It appears as though it could slip. If that happens I will have to drill and tap a second hole for a 2nd bolt. The best thing about this shifter for me, I can easily make a replacement arm on my mill in the event of a crash. I am surprised with how nice the pieces is for how cheap it was. Now, if only I could find a rear brake lever that isn't outrageously priced.
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Old November 16th, 2017, 04:34 PM   #474
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Today I finished putting everything back together from an overly ambitious all at once upgrade. It took longer than I planned, but ultimately slowing down the pace allowed me to learn a lot more about the bike and really enjoy the process.

Installed Rapid Bike Evo, corse air intake with MWR Filter, MWR Power Up Kit, and changed the spark plugs for the 9k.

And to keep me warm and visible there's heated handgrips, Kuksul08's light kit, and a Cyclops LED main bulb... the brights rival the sun.

Oh and I disconnected the flapper again because my dealer likes reattaching it when they see the error code. Which is why they didn't get to do any of this.

When it started right up after all that, yeah, that was nice.
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