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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 06-13-2020, 05:43 AM   #2
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Finally satisfied enough with my VFR to post it here





















Mod list:
  • Tri-weave carbon fiber skinned tank
  • Ducati S2R headlight
  • Ducati S2R seat
  • Custom subframe made from half a Ducati Monster 600 frame
  • Ducati S2R carbon fiber side fairings and seat cowl
  • Custom tri/bi weave carbon fiber undertail
  • CBR900RR RSU forks with CBR600F3 wheel
  • VFR400 front mount radiators
  • 8th Gen VFR headers
  • Larger relocated oil cooler with AN10 lines
  • Short billet velocity stacks
  • Hydroblasted frame and swingarm
  • TOKICO gold calipers
  • Brembo brake and clutch master cylinders with ABM gold billet reservoirs
  • HEL braided lines all round
  • CBR1000RR stick coils
  • CBR1000RR pillion pegs
  • CBR1000RR throttle with ST1300 cables
  • Koso digital dash
  • Antigravity 8 Cell battery
  • Shortened/relocated/basically completely rebuilt wiring harness
  • Rapid Bike Racing piggyback ECU w/ traction control, launch control etc.
  • Click n Ride quick release indicators
  • CBR929 rear shock
  • SEBSPEED's rearset adaptors with CBR929 rearsets
  • HRC rear brake reservoir (a piece of tygon tube with a cap)
  • GPR stainless slip on with custom midpipe
  • Repainted engine w/ polished side covers

I think that about covers it!

Thanks to everyone who has been along for the ride and those who offered advice, tips, or just encouragement. I've learnt a ton from this project and I'm excited to apply what I've learnt to whatever my next big thing ends up being.

I doubt this will ever be truly done (still need to repaint the wheel and find a front fender!) but for now I'm content to just ride it.

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