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    so have got the cluster mounted, bought some more fat bar clamps and just flipped them over, this was the first go but it sat wayyyyy to fucking high
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    so i rejigged a few things and got it a little lower, will see how stable it is when riding, might have to brace it a little more and also get used to the cluster moving with the bars rather then being fixed like before
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    even found a spot to mount my garage door opener
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    Now that’s handy
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    Too right. Nice work mate - Coming together well.

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    Looking good mate. coming along great
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    That's nifty mate. You'll get use to the cluster quickly being where it is. Keep up the good work mate
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    cheers fellas, my el cheapo ebay indicators rocked up yesterday so will see how they go

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    got the indicators fitted and took it for a blat, pretty much just around the burbs, put some fresh fuel in it, pumped up the tyres. Fuck yes, nothing fell off.

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    Then back into the shed

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    even though there will be mesh on the holes in the mask i still wanted to cover in the intake on the frame so i went on a hunt for some mesh, didnt need a lot so i didnt really want to have to buy a roll of it.
    Bunnings FTW!!!!


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    Top Idea mate. I actually used alloy stuff from supercheap cut to size.
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    yea Supercheap was actually my next stop if Bunnings didnt work out haha

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    picked up the mask last night from the painter, he was spose to paint the mesh aswell but forgot apparently. Looks ok at the moment but once everything is blacked out on the front it may need painting also
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    another with a bit better light
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    Nice, look great and I dont mind the contrast of the mesh. But see how it looks all blacked out mate.
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    Hell yea! That looks great.

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    I’m liking that
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    So after riding it for a day i stripped it again, the rusty headers and the non blackness up front was rustling my jimmies. while i was at it i whipped out the old dan moto muffler i bought back in the day and played around with the fitting
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    looks better already on the ass end without the pillion pegs, i was hoping to mount the yoshi in the same spot but its wayyyyy too bulky, might give the moto a repack, piss the carbon look alike skin off and ceramic coat it. Oh and thanks to the 7 year old daughter who reminded me the radiator had been removed before i went to start it to see what it sounded like with the different muffler.

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    wrong photo, here it is without the pegs

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    so now im accumulating bits to get powder coated/ceramic coated/painted

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    I'd have that rear hugger off in a heartbeat of it was mine. It'll complete change the look of it (and yes, open it up to shit getting everywhere, but hey, practical doesn't always hit the spot. - I mean, what the fuck does a car bra do for looks?)

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    Funny you should mention that, was thinking the same thing when i was fucking around down that end. The front one isn't much better either so both have made my list of shit to fuck with.

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    So in the interest of saving money and because im fucking impatient i had a go at painting some bits myself, found this at supercrap, got it in black and a clear coat

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    read in the small fine print about how it needed to cure for an hour at 200 degrees, bastard wouldnt fit in the oven so it was time for a fry up on the bbq, dont worry about the furry shit on it, was still a bit tacky and the rag stuck to it

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    fitted her up along with the freshly painted radiator

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