because money isnt something just thrown around in my life. not to say i'm poor by any means, but i have to have a reason to spend it. and i was asking the reason why he spent the money.Why not? Why did you do to your bike what you did?
because money isnt something just thrown around in my life. not to say i'm poor by any means, but i have to have a reason to spend it. and i was asking the reason why he spent the money.
as for my bike, if you really want an explanation on all the mods i will write it up especially for you why i modded every piece the way i did. just let me know.
EXACTLY! i'm the kinda guy that likes to use innovation instead of endless amounts of money... i think thats what fighters are more about than anything. if you take a brand new bike and strip it and sell the plastics to fund it... hell yea! but it's hard to spend 6 or 7k on aftermarket stuff that you NEED on your bike.I don't think we understand your original statement.
My bike was bone stock before I fightered it... I sold the plastics to fund the project and even made a profit. No cheaper way to do it!
Man, I keep going back and forth on that. At first I said yes, then I changed my mind. The wheels are black, but have some polished aluminum on them. The forks are getting black anodizing, but the triple clamp is going to be polished. So I'm thinking maybe leaving the swing arm as is to balance out the bike. It's a dilemma.gonna get that swingarm powdercoated to match the frame???