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A work in progress but having fun with the journey. Lot's of new stuff including a custom seat, lots of chopping of the rear, carbon bits, clip-ons, Werkes exhaust, new blinkers, sprocket and chain, er, and loads more I cannot remember. I'll post more photos if people are interested as and when new work is done...

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Thanks - appreciate the feedback. Mudguard is going on soon (carbon to fit the rest) and then I'm having to think v hard about something else! I've taken an angle grinder to the tail end to make the tidy complete but there are a few other parts of the frame at the rear that have redundant bolt seatings which might need some surgery. BTW - those rear blinkers are from motogadget and are the nuts: m.blaze pin Anbaublinker mit Power-LED-Technik
 

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Where did the carbon exhaust guard cover come from? One little detail I really fancy doing on my bike, preferably gloss carbon to match my exhaust tip.
 

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A work in progress but having fun with the journey. Lot's of new stuff including a custom seat, lots of chopping of the rear, carbon bits, clip-ons, Werkes exhaust, new blinkers, sprocket and chain, er, and loads more I cannot remember. I'll post more photos if people are interested as and when new work is done...

Hope you like it.
I did the same.....the lazy way :)
 
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Carbon bits are from Wicked Coatings - hydrographics and then gloss coated. They look exactly like CF parts but without the huge cost!
 
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