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    crfsonly
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    Protection modifications

    by crfsonly » Fri Feb 17, 2006 8:07 am

    Discuss what protection should be added to this bike. Be specific about brand and type of protection (like I needed to mention that...who could forget the great radiator guard debate).
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    by devistation » Fri Feb 17, 2006 8:20 am

    1) Unibiker radiator gaurd's-Red
    2) work's skidplate, master cylinder & caliper gaurd's also rear reservoir cap-red
    3) fastway case saver
    4) Light speed cable line guide, front & rear disk gaurd's

    Hell just use Doug's bike!! :D
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    by Old Dude » Fri Feb 17, 2006 8:22 am

    Works frame stuff Devol or unibiker radiator guards. Anodizing? Remeber we are building an off rode bike not doing a Pimp My Ride; just do it subtely.
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    by RottenRob » Fri Feb 17, 2006 8:29 am

    Devol Rad guards for their light weight and solid protection.
    WC skidplate and rear brake reservoir guard.
    Rotor guards for sure but which ones?
    Protaper fat bars
    Cycra Pro-bends
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    by dobent4@yahoo.com » Fri Feb 17, 2006 8:29 am

    Remeber we are building an off rode bike not doing a Pimp My Ride

    You can pimp and ride off road, it's a personal preference thing with not a thing wrong with it.
    So,
    RED or Black Unabikers.
    Works or Flatland skid plate, and since I have one vote, yeah, RED.
    Works master,caliper,reservoir RED.
    IMS 3.2
    Love that LightSpeed cable line, front and rear disc guard stuff too Devi, let's do it.
    TM Designworks -all in red- swingarm slider,chain guide,rollers.
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    by RottenRob » Fri Feb 17, 2006 9:21 am

    Ken, I was wondering if you will be weighing all of the mods and everything that is taken off. I think this would be interesting. I have a feeling you will be because of the stock fuel tank question you posed.
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    by WillCRF » Fri Feb 17, 2006 11:02 am

    Don't forget the rear rotor; how about the Scotts shark fin? Also the Rekluse clutch cover assuming we are going with the Rekluse Z-Start clutch.

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    by Ted » Fri Feb 17, 2006 11:39 am

    Flatland Radiator guards (red or black)
    Cycra Pro-bends (Black or red)
    Devol or Flatland Skidplate (wide one to remove stock plastic guard)
    GPR stabilizer (red)

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    by whiteman » Fri Feb 17, 2006 11:58 am

    Isn't the carbon fiber stuff lighter? I would use carbon fiber for the front disc, forks, rear disc, and skid plate.
    Don't forget the Cycra hand guards... Fir protection also the rekluse clutch cover. SBF ingintion cover.
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    by Ernie Pezz » Fri Feb 17, 2006 12:53 pm

    How about some Cycra Pro Bends, Works Connection Protection ie skid plate, rear caliper guard etc. I love my Rooster Perf. Rad guards, but since Ken sells the Devol and the Uni's here I think either one would work well. I like the Scotts rear disk protector also and BRP or TM design chain guide. IMS 3.2
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    by OLDFATGUY » Fri Feb 17, 2006 3:52 pm

    UNABIKERS (RED)
    WC SKID PLATE (RED)
    CYCRA PROBENDS
    RED SHARK FIN ROTOR PROTECTION
    OFG
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    by uniped » Fri Feb 17, 2006 4:00 pm

    WC Skid plate w/Ign-clutch cover guard
    Unibikers
    Acerbis Rally Pros
    WC rear caliper
    Light Speed Front rotor
    Light Speed Fork leg guards
    For the frame I actually like clear Griptape
    Those gripper things
    Scotts Shark fin


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    by crfsonly » Fri Feb 17, 2006 5:23 pm

    DR hasnt asked me to weigh everything but it's my nature so yes...i will be. when the build starts i'll be documenting the build and posting updates here...this is your build so i want to keep everyone up on how it's going.

    ken
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    by JoePezz » Fri Feb 17, 2006 8:50 pm

    Cycra Pro Bend (triple Clamp mounted)
    Rooster Performance Radiator Braces
    ProMoto Billet Rear Shark Fin
    Fastway Case Saver
    Works Connection Skidplate
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    by OLDFATGUY » Sat Feb 18, 2006 1:43 am

    I originally said WC skid plate, for the RED factor. Doug, did you happen to weigh yours? I have the E-LINE carbon - kevlar on my bike. It is light as a feather and 1/4 thick. Ken, I can pull it off and weigh it, if you want. OFG
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