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post #21 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-14-2012, 12:07 PM
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Make that two - I prefer the stock setup both functionally and aesthetically
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I put the motion pro revolver throttle on my bike k7 600 and it made turning the throttle really hard. I could get it so it was easy to turn like stock but then it wouldn't return when forks were turned in different directions. I just got used to it. I'll probably take it off and sell it this winter.
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I put the motion pro revolver throttle on my bike k7 600 and it made turning the throttle really hard. I could get it so it was easy to turn like stock but then it wouldn't return when forks were turned in different directions. I just got used to it. I'll probably take it off and sell it this winter.
Yep, it must be the throttle kit.
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Heres a home-made petcock for an 750WC from one of our members...true story
Damn, I could have saved a few bucks over that fancy pingel I bought years back.
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Doing a k1 tail conversion on the srad and buying a shitty carbon exhaust hanger.

Tail unit has now been restored back to original and a Harris hanger to replace that shitty one!

Aftermarket mirrors with indicators are shite!!!
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Yana Shiki ram air ducts on my k4 they were seriously 1/2 inch too short on both sides and made of the most brittle plastic known to man. No mounting holes lined up. The finish on the plastic also was sub par. Garbage. Absolute garbage. I should have bought used oem ones from eBay. Live and learn I guess.


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post #28 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-22-2012, 02:45 AM
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Yep, it must be the throttle kit.
I also put it on my r6 track bike. Followed all the instructions, routed everything the same way. It still has the same outcome as the one I put on my gsxr. I'm not retarded with working on stuff either so it's either something small that im not seeing that I did twice or it's just the fact that the throttle is harder to turn with the revolver throttle kit.
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Yana Shiki ram air ducts on my k4 they were seriously 1/2 inch too short on both sides and made of the most brittle plastic known to man. No mounting holes lined up. The finish on the plastic also was sub par. Garbage. Absolute garbage. I should have bought used oem ones from eBay. Live and learn I guess.


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Haha, I have yana Shiki ones on my K4 1000, same problem, they are ugly as fvck!

will get some used ones when they pop up at some stage
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post #31 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 02:09 PM
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Best mod: letting this chick I go to school with ride on my bike so I could bang her. (Which I did)

Worst mod: having her fat friend ask me for the same thing.


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Something tells me you purposely left out what happened with the fat friend after she asked...regret that one?
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