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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 11-19-2013, 10:39 AM Thread Starter
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Shout out to [email protected] and the Motomummy crew. You guys are awesome for throwing in extra goodies!

Received some goodies on Monday.
Bridgestone S20
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Woodcraft Shark Guard, Yoshimura Oil Cap, Bridgeport 90 Degree valve, and res socks.
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Epic tape job! Took me awhile to get it off.
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Thanks for throwing in an extra sock and stickers! Thanks for the followup via PMs through https://www.gixxer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=438378 ! Awesome presale service!
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Order a 1100 dollar exhaust and they cant even hook me up with stickers like i requested lol oh well hopefully next time when i get my pcv they will

Also bought full chain kit n sprokets
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Order a 1100 dollar exhaust and they cant even hook me up with stickers like i requested lol oh well hopefully next time when i get my pcv they will

Also bought full chain kit n sprokets
You have to attend one of GDC's camping trip first so they know you are part of the inner circles. You'll get all the stickers and sticky stuff you'd ever want
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Order a 1100 dollar exhaust and they cant even hook me up with stickers like i requested lol oh well hopefully next time when i get my pcv they will

Also bought full chain kit n sprokets
I hope this doesn't turn into another thread about stickers....
Next time you place an order just ask for some stickers and a res sock..... I'm sure will take care of you
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Order a 1100 dollar exhaust and they cant even hook me up with stickers like i requested lol oh well hopefully next time when i get my pcv they will

Also bought full chain kit n sprokets
Hm - PM me your name and I can try to keep an eye out for your next order
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My black & gold Mummy sock is just waiting to keep my new res warm for the winter when it comes in.
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How much are those 90 valve stems?
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I hope this doesn't turn into another thread about stickers....
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Hm - PM me your name and I can try to keep an eye out for your next order
I put it in the paypal comment since i always read on this forum about you guys hooking it up but i will be ordering my pcx soon il pm you before thanks i just love collecting all kinds of stickers
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How much are those 90 valve stems?
$26 ish for a set.
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$26 ish for a set.
$24.25 shipped

https://www.motomummy.com/valve-stem...alve-stem-set/

They are worth it IMO - so much easier to use than the straight rubber valves, especially on the front wheel plus they last much longer.
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$24.25 shipped

https://www.motomummy.com/valve-stem...alve-stem-set/

They are worth it IMO - so much easier to use than the straight rubber valves, especially on the front wheel plus they last much longer.
$26.95 for OEM wheels shipped.
$24.25 for aftermarket shipped.

If not the case ... Haha I donated $2.70 to you guys beer fund

I'm so looking forward to put the angle valve on!
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I'll never own another bike without putting 90 degree valve stems on it if I can help it. Soo much easier to work with. No more burning hands on hot rotors if you need to air up the tire and have already been riding.

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I'll never own another bike without putting 90 degree valve stems on it if I can help it. Soo much easier to work with. No more burning hands on hot rotors if you need to air up the tire and have already been riding.

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I agree, once I had them I would never NOT have them.
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yeaaa this is happening in the near future
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Looks like another thing to add to the list haha
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You should add shark guard / toe guard too
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$26.95 for OEM wheels shipped.
$24.25 for aftermarket shipped.

If not the case ... Haha I donated $2.70 to you guys beer fund

I'm so looking forward to put the angle valve on!
True, sorry about that. Most of the aftermarket wheels have a smaller hole for the stem so a little less material is used.
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You should add shark guard / toe guard too
In my personal opinion, it should be OEM on all bikes with a chain. Many race orgs require them and whether you crash on track or on the street you risk getting your foot caught up between the chain and sprocket. It's a cheap, easy safety mod.
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