Here's my YZF600R thundercat
No the exhaust actually seemed to smooth things out. Yeah does need to be cleaned. I have a few ideas kicking around on where to go with some other mods. Need to work on the cash flow before I can thoughI really like the exhaust! Did you experience any performance loss cause it's so short?
She needs a good cleaning and a few bits changed here and there
Rattle can flat black. I got some stuff, can't remember the brand but I picked it up at Home Depot, but it had a primer already mixed in. Stuff works really well on covering up old paint too.Looks nice man, just bought one myself
Did you paint the rear/front wheel cover or is it vinyl wrap >?
I like the wraps too man, thanks. I'm actually doing a sub-frame job on it right now. Check out my build thread in my signature. take a look a feel free to drop some comments.I actually rekon the wrap looks boss!
not a fan of the cats ass end but its not something too easily changed without welding/cutting frame which in my case will make it hard to pass yearly registration check
The big holes in the frame that used to have air ducting inside them, you have filled them with mesh...... There are big brackets welded below them. You have made them look better by layering filler over them to blend them in a bit.I'm not sure what you're referring to.
OIC, the other parts that I took off, I didn't worry about them taking away from any structural integrity. Those on the other hand, I stayed on the safe side and didn't. I might have been over cautions, but I'd rather be safe.The big holes in the frame that used to have air ducting inside them, you have filled them with mesh...... There are big brackets welded below them. You have made them look better by layering filler over them to blend them in a bit.
Just wondered why you didn't give the angle grinder a work out and cut them off!