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Offline Atari765

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Re: What other bikes do you own? (Photos)
Reply #10 on: August 14, 2020, 03:51:31 AM
*Originally Posted by daym2 [+]
1988 RC31 Hawk GT.....lots of mods, 2016 Street Triple...my wifeís,
restoring my 1984 BMW R100rs, 1975 CB400f race bike....466, Yoshima

Wow that RC31 is sexy. Really freaking clean for it's age.
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Re: What other bikes do you own? (Photos)
Reply #11 on: August 14, 2020, 12:38:32 PM
Thanks!
That was a fun build. RVF 400 rear wheel, CBR F1 front, racetech springs
and GVE in the forks, Penske race rear shock, custom carrier with Brembo
P32, front is getting RC51 caliper and EBC floater. Pods, jets, full M4 high mount with carbon can, Tyga rear sets, triple clamp and carbon front fender, Vortex clip ons, CRG levers and mirrors.........on and on.

The Daytona is the first bike I purchased new. Not a project to be built up.
I like that.........but....I like the building and modifying too.
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Re: What other bikes do you own? (Photos)
Reply #12 on: August 14, 2020, 04:31:46 PM
*Originally Posted by daym2 [+]
The Daytona is the first bike I purchased new. Not a project to be built up.
I like that.........but....I like the building and modifying too.

Yeah that's the fun part for me as well. TBH, it's a difficult bike to mod out because of it's uniqueness. I was second guessing my decision for a while thinking it would have been smarter to go with a penigale v2. However, it seems like enough of the mods from the 675r and street triple rs can be fitted or converted to fit the m2. I'm excited to get to work on mine, I get home this sunday. Got an evotech tail tidy ready to install and triumph frame sliders and adjustable rear sets ordered. Then probably doing a clearwrap/ceramic coat just to protect the carbon and easy clean it. After that need to figure out about aftermarket exhaust and air filter, rapidbike fueling module, etc.
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