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I had three choices for my next mod...(pics)

Picked up a new Clear Alternatives integrater kit today. They had three different types. Clear (stock look), smoke, or red. I went with smoke. It's still bright and it looks real good. What do you think?
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looks good

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That looks hella sweet! I like how it blends in with the paint instead of having some bright ass white marker there.
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Thanks guys. I'm hoping my SS lines will come in today. If not, they should be in tomorrow.
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That looks good DL . I keep telling myself I won't finance a new bike since I can't ride it all year round but man does that R6 look good. I may succumb to the temptation next season.
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That looks good DL . I keep telling myself I won't finance a new bike since I can't ride it all year round but man does that R6 look good. I may succumb to the temptation next season.
If you cn afford it, do it. It'll be a world of difference when compared to riding your Kawi. You thinking about getting a R6?
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DL WHAT THE DEVIL is with that exhaust? it looks so cool, yet I'd think it be a bit annoying being so close to your ear.

Nice signal changes there, they look incredibly good to me.
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DL WHAT THE DEVIL is with that exhaust? it looks so cool, yet I'd think it be a bit annoying being so close to your ear.

Nice signal changes there, they look incredibly good to me.
It's not close to my ear. That's stock by the way and the intake sucking in air is louder than it. Thanks though.
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I think he is referring to the shorty exhaust....




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Smoked all the way DL. It looks great!

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DLIT That bike turns me on everytime you post it

Sweet mod too
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DLIT That bike turns me on everytime you post it

Sweet mod too
Thanks, I think. I'll keep 'em coming.
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If you cn afford it, do it. It'll be a world of difference when compared to riding your Kawi. You thinking about getting a R6?
I was leaning more towards a 636. However, I would consider the R6 as well as the 600rr.
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I was leaning more towards a 636. However, I would consider the R6 as well as the 600rr.
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I would wait to see what the 07s have in store now. Someone else may shoot from the pack much like the R6 did this year.

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I would wait to see what the 07s have in store now. Someone else may shoot from the pack much like the R6 did this year.
Honda really needs to step it up.
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Honda really needs to step it up.
They could really get after it if they tried. They got a great handling bike, they just need to get some more raw power under that thing and that would be a monster bike.

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Honda really needs to step it up.
Yeah the F4I was awesome but not from a performace stand point. I don't know what it is about Honda but they just seem to have stopped trying. They just seem to do the bare minimum to keep selling bikes. There are two dealerships in my area, one is a Honda dealership and the other is Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawi, and the Honda dealership SUUUUUCCCCKKKKSSS!!!! They have two sport bikes in the shop thats it. They have next to NO gear or anything and the place just looks like a dump. One of the bikes they have in the shop is a brand new RC51 BUUUT its a 2003! Still sitting there they haven't sold it yet. Its been sitting in the shop for 3 years I know that doesnt' represent Honda as a whole but its just my impression. They still make great bikes but they could do even better it seems. just my
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The honda places here do a great job of keeping new bikes in, but they are just lacking in the power department compared to the others. The bike is like the best handling besides the gixxer, it just needs a power plant upgrade.

It doesn't hurt that we have the honda hoot that comes into town though. It's going on right now. They do a nice job of upgrading the Goldwing, they need to kick the sportbike department in the nuts to get them to step up the 600RR some more.

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