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just got back from another test ride..man its in the low 70's and the road was empty....minus a little overflow on the fuel the bike ran tops!....feels a little to low though..Im hitting the kickstand on every driveway entrance or gutter crossing

 

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Man I really dig that bike.

I liked the old headlight but that one looks much better.

You get used to being too low & things HAVE to stop scraping eventually don't they?
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Do you know what the tank's painted with?
I'd keep a good coat of was on it to protect it from the gas (like...wax daily) & carry a rag to wipe it off at stop lights.
At least...that's what I do.

Any pics of it in action?
I know how you hate posting pictures!
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Ive tried to keep the pics to a min this time around, but the headlight looked to good...I want to take some action shots but its so damn hard to ride and take a pic of myself.
to add to some overflow fuel I got a sweet little primary puddle hahaha
 

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Ah.....puddles are ok.

How else would you know its got oil?
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Just have the wife stand on the sidewalk with a camera.....then roar by at like 100!
 

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The new light looks alot better , now you can take off those ass ugly grips
and give them to whoever buys that pointy headlight from you :)
get some white jackhammers or something !
 

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Correct application of pointy billet headlight , looks fine in this configuration ( if that's what you are into ) .



On this bike however ( much like Mike's chopper ) it would look like a turd in a punch bowl .

 
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