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post #1 of 49 (permalink) Old 06-04-2007, 12:05 PM Thread Starter
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Naked is Buelltiful!!! Pics of My New Ride - 56k DEATH!!!

After a bath...
[IMG]http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/****/onesickpsycho/IM000150.jpg[/IMG]
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[IMG]http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/****/onesickpsycho/IM000153.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/****/onesickpsycho/IM000155.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/****/onesickpsycho/IM000156.jpg[/IMG]

It's amazing how many more nooks and crannies this thing has compared to my Ninj... Naked is lovely... AND A PAIN IN THE ASS TO CLEAN!!!

After taking off the reflectors, passenger crap, and adjusting the suspension... I also took off the rear hugger/belt guard... IMO the guard is only to keep passengers feet out of the belt (afterall, with the belt rotating in that direction, nothing is going to get sucked into it) and the hugger didn't really do chit to stop the dirt/water... hell, it was cleaner than my undertail!!! That being said, black bike = no more riding in the rain.
[IMG]http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/****/onesickpsycho/IM000157.jpg[/IMG]
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NICE! About time you got these up. You can ride in teh rain still, just get some plexus, and a soft rag..It will clean up very nice.
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You may regret getting rid of the hugger in the rain. Rooster tail your back pretty damn good. Shorten that fender and you will be good to go.

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PB is blocked but I know what they look like. And yeah black nakeds suck to keep clean but they look when they are all polished up.
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NICE! About time you got these up. You can ride in teh rain still, just get some plexus, and a soft rag..It will clean up very nice.
The body panels are easy... It's all the textured plastic stuff that is a pain... Little tiny places where you can't get a finger in, but you can see dirt... I was out there with a toothpick wrapped in a rag... It was ridiculous...

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You may regret getting rid of the hugger in the rain. Rooster tail your back pretty damn good. Shorten that fender and you will be good to go.
My ass got totally soaked anyway... These things throw up a lot of wet... Remember when you rode your bicycle through puddles as a kid? Yeah, that's how the back of my jacket and ass looked like yesterday... That being said, I am going to avoid the rain at all costs...

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PB is blocked but I know what they look like. And yeah black nakeds suck to keep clean but they look when they are all polished up.
Myspace blocked? I am uploading pics on there in a second...
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Myspace blocked? I am uploading pics on there in a second...
Yeah thats blocked too.
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So I took off all the stickers, but there are two of these... One has the VIN, mfg date, and whatnot on it and the other has other crap on it... Should I take these off too? They are barely visible so they aren't bothering me, but I'd like to get rid of them at the same time... I figure it won't matter because the VIN is stamped onto the frame...
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So I took off all the stickers, but there are two of these... One has the VIN, mfg date, and whatnot on it and the other has other crap on it... Should I take these off too? They are barely visible so they aren't bothering me, but I'd like to get rid of them at the same time... I figure it won't matter because the VIN is stamped onto the frame...
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Just got off the horn with State Farm... 500cc to 1200cc is an extra $98/year... and she said that it will probably go down because they are readjusting their rates! I love SF!!!
I need to get a quote from SF.
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Nice, you posted your vin and your license plate. Internet thiefs love you.

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Nice, you posted your vin and your license plate. Internet thiefs love you.
I never understood that... What exactly can they steal from me?
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Well your bike for starters..If they got the bike they could retitle it. Or turn it to a track bike where it would never be seen again...LOL
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Well your bike for starters..If they got the bike they could retitle it. Or turn it to a track bike where it would never be seen again...LOL

I wouldnt be worried about that at my house, They would have to get through a locked garage, a big dog and a 12 guage shotgun to get to my bike.
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Well your bike for starters..If they got the bike they could retitle it. Or turn it to a track bike where it would never be seen again...LOL
So if they got the bike that has the plates already on it and the VIN # stamped into the frame... What the hell would they need pictures from the internet for?
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they use the picture to get the info then use that info to get your address and jsut about w/e else info on you they want, now they have your info and can find out where the bike is located to steal it
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they use the picture to get the info then use that info to get your address and jsut about w/e else info on you they want, now they have your info and can find out where the bike is located to steal it
thanks for the tip bro...
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I never understood that... What exactly can they steal from me?
nothing more then anyone of the thousands of people that see your plate as your out and about besides your plate says F--k The World

bike is looking sweet, i love the all black look
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eighty one for the win.
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pics, FINALLY!


looks great bruh.

now change ur sig.

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