Thanks guys - Not a big fan of the high mount pipe due to occasional passenger carrying. Rim strips are a love 'em or hate 'em kinda thing. I like them, but the bike is always about 10 minutes away from not having them, if I ever change my mind. They'll peel right off.
Questions... let's see. The rearsets were about $450 from Kneedraggers.com. All-in-all I've got about 3.5K in upgrades - but some stuff was stupid expensive. The shipping on the Carbon Fiber stuff from England was nearly 200 dollars.
Crazy, but it's the nicest stuff I could find and I didn't want to put just any old crap on it.
Still to come? Wheels. Probably Marchesini's but BST carbons would rock! Ohlins fork internals, and a Penske rear shock. Oh! And the carbon fiber cas cap trim (good for 20 hp!)
Power and efficiency. Normally, you would expect to sacrifice one to get the other. The Honda Accord Sedan combines both power and efficiency in one car.
Stylish but practical, this car is fun to drive, comfortable and with descent gas mileage.
I put on a Penske shock with 575lb spring. It has a Leo Vince Ti/Carbon slip on. New set of Dunlop Q3s and EBC HH brake pads. I also put a gold DID chain and went with a 45T rear sprocket. Also, it has a new stator/Reg-rec/ and battery.