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post #1 of 6 Old 04-22-2016, 08:46 PM Thread Starter
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ok guys this is my list of mods to make this bike my own.

Vo2 air intake
Fp3
Danmoto pipe.
edge cut pegs all 4
Se pipe covers.
Tank pads
willie g brake and shifter
willie g side covers both sides
new hand grips alloy hd
se 10mm leads
things i adjusted my self...
i shortened the mirrors and changed angle.
moved the horn to the side of the bike.. looks nice
got a 2 x willie g vest badges and removed the pins and are now my rear shock caps..
this has cost me a bit to do.
next will be them sad ass indicators..
what do u think guys?
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Nice mods like the tank pads was thinking of doing the same.
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yeah one of the best mods i think makes a huge diff to the look
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I'd think once you added the "tank pads" to the "Denim" painted tank you'd be committed to loving them, because you'd never be able to remove them without damaging the paint. If it was the Gloss Black, or Sunglo you'd at least be able to remove any residual glue with WD40, and buff it off and back to original. Not so with the "Denim" without looking at a repaint on the tank.

I like the pads too, just not 110% on them yet because mine is Denim black

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i pulled them off a milton times just use demon paint cleaner .. the hardest thing is making sure u have them in the right place they use 3m i ended up using double sided **** i pulled them off that much... to get them right. seam to come off fine with cleaner.
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