Ugh, I get sick to my stomach seeing scratched and dented bumblebee fairings and gas tank. Especially since I just sold mine, and a brand new gas tank. Let me know if you need pucks for the case covers, I think they re down to a handfull left and they are gone forever.
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The gas tank went to a great home Chris!
I opened the box once (asked the wife to take a pic of me opening it and she refused, saying pretty much "wtf do you want me taking a picture of you opening a box of bike parts for you to post on the internet?"; they just don't understand).
Anyway, I opened the box and checked the contents; and gave it a damn good smell (as a cigar afficianado would do with a Cuban), sealed it back in the box and put it on the "holier than thou" shelf in the garage.
Having said that...
Armi, it looks like most of the armour that you had on the bike worked, don't forget that SRAD's bounce back very well after an off on the road (unlike most newer bikes, and like CCM's SRAD on the track...)
I'm always sorry to see a scratched Bumblebee, but it's better to hear that you are ok mate.
Live and learn. And check leaks...
Best wishes, Ad
Having an R bike and not hitting up the track is like having a 12" dong and not doing porn..................just doesn't make sense.
A '96 model 750:a dusting of Harris,a cupful of Yoshi camshafts some Ohlins essence,a slight sprinkle of Marchesini magnesium,some Keihin kindness,a bit of Brembo, a smattering of EBC,the caress of carbon fibre bodywork,a brace of Gilles rearsets,triple snorkle c/f airbox + kit radiator to suit. And thanks to ARMI, some seriously sick chain adjustors!