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    Default Few new pics since the accident.

    Hey everyone. Been a while!! (I've been lurking here and there, won't abandon you guys/girls )

    Had a spill a few weeks back. Busted fairing, headlight, headlight bracket. Everything else managed pretty well and once the handle bar was set straight, everything was fine mechanically. Very lucky

    Anywho, Going for a new look for the time being (it is not done!!! Still need a few things and a couple custom parts to get it where I want it!) and I really like it. The wind is really, realllly hard at 175 mph. but the look, to me, is worth it. Without further a due (a do? i dunno the proper spelling for that phrase) here is my baby as of right now.

    (If you want the full non scaled down size for a wallpaper or something just lemme know! I'll email them to you. They're quite big images )

    These are unedited, just direct uploads.

    For semi crap edited, here is my instagram. Feel free to check it out for my other pics too
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    Threadhead Few new pics since the accident. lytehouse's Avatar
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    home! Some nice pics there Dan!
    Have you ever noticed that anybody riding slower than you is an idiot,
    and anyone riding faster than you is a maniac? ~ George Carlin

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    Thank you and thank you!

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    Glad your OK Dan !, bike looks fine . Just how are you going a buckseventyfive ?

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    Thank you Lonney. Yeah she looks a lot better now without the headlight hanging off of it hahah

    It takes her a little bit to get there, but she has hit it a few times. Much easier with the fairing and windscreen of course.

    Arrow header, Mivv exhaust, bmc filter, Graves velocity stacks and a PCV i feel contribute to that.

    I'll get a video soon. Once North Carolina stops trying to be Seattle with all this rain!

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    Dam !! The headlights look like a triumph i like em .

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    Yeow! Looks great!

    The white tank and the front faring removal really shows off the bad ass lines the tank has.

    Is are those the stock lens's? Really diggn that look

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    175..... or 75?

    I hope you are taking it to the track if you are hitting 175mph...

    Looks nice.
    "There are two sides to every issue: one side is right and the other is wrong, but the middle is always evil."
    - John Galt

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    Cool look, I dig it

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyCoolBeans View Post
    Yeow! Looks great!

    The white tank and the front faring removal really shows off the bad ass lines the tank has.

    Is are those the stock lens's? Really diggn that look
    Are you referring to the headlights being stock lenses? If so, yes, all regular o.e.m. parts

    And I agree! Our gas tank has some aggressive lines for sure.



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