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I have a 2005 R6. I put on a right side Wood Craft engine cover... What does everyone think?

Does anyone know anything good or bad about woodcraft? i have both side engine covers.

http://www.northeastcustoms.net/gallery/woodcraft/
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...Lookin' Good!...
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What kind of deal did you get?
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i forget how much the right side was. i think it was about $100 online.. ill find the receipts when i get home and tell you how much it exactly was and where i got them...
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I got it from Kneedraggers.com for $110... do you know any cheaper websites or places?

http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/...1-WC-03R6.html
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Kneedraggers ROCKS!

But Woodcraft make a great side cover. They are great, in-expensive, and always look better than stock in my




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I bought a few things from Kneedraggers.. So far im very happy with them.

anyone know where I can get chrome wheels for my bike? I was thinking about chroming my stock wheels, but i changed my mind
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Chrome aftermarkets?




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Yes sir
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I don't know what to tell you but I wanted to make sure your specified so people understand what you're looking for!




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I have a 2005 R6. I put on a right side Wood Craft engine cover... What does everyone think?

Does anyone know anything good or bad about woodcraft? i have both side engine covers.

http://www.northeastcustoms.net/gallery/woodcraft/


Looks good man, i guess wheels are next huh?
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not really sure what im going to do next... im very random.. I decide one thing and end up buying something different... I had the bike for 5 months.. heres my list of stuff.. didnt do that much so far

K&N air filter
K&N chrome Oil filter
Micron high mount exhaust
Shogun crash kit. (frame sliders, bar ends, & swing arm sliders)
new grips ( just to be more comfy, heh)
clear tail lights with intergrated blinkers
clear flush mount front blinkers
flip down license plate
woodcraft left and right side engine covers
alot of little polished pieces here and there...

DAMN!!! i just realized i havent done **** yet
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fozzie...don't worry those add ons will catch up with you sooner than later!




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Pic up a sportbike mag and look for ads in the back and all throughout the mag for chromies. Personally I don't think it'll look great w/ the black frame and all.
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Looks good and better than stock in crash.
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anyone know where I can get chrome wheels for my bike? I was thinking about chroming my stock wheels, but i changed my mind
Try Bikes 2 NV. I've used them in the past and if I go with chrome again, Ill consider them again. They also do the cool candy chrome.

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Pic up a sportbike mag and look for ads in the back and all throughout the mag for chromies. Personally I don't think it'll look great w/ the black frame and all.
eventually my frame wont be black anymore...Prolly next winter sometime... cant afford to do it this summer...

Thanx, ill take a peak
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Looks good and better than stock in crash.

Try Bikes 2 NV. I've used them in the past and if I go with chrome again, Ill consider them again. They also do the cool candy chrome.
Thanx... Checking them out now
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Not bad.....
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