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    Jaseza CB1000R

    Here are a few pics.

    Mods are
    Carbon Fibre Hugger
    R&G Tail tidy
    R&G crash bars
    Now has Yoshimura R77 3/4 system (not in photos) Will take some when I get it back from the bike shop, getting new tyres fitted.
    Honda CB1000R Rim Decals going on tomorrow
    Hond Pillian Seat cover
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    Beautiful backdrops to your pictures ! Bike's looking good - I have the Sword Silver too ! Although I went a bit far with some of the mods...enjoy !


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    Same exhaust I have, and I love it.

    I agree with sovrec, especially that bottom picture. That backdrop is fanatasic!
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    Thanks Guys, I will upload some pics later with new Exhaust on and Rim Decals. Sovrec you're link doesn't work mate.
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    bike is back with new Exhaust Fitted so thought I would do before and after, I put them in same video.

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    Buddy just looking at your pics and it appears to me that the silencer clamp is fitted incorrectly,both ends of the clamp should be on the face of the hanger, and that is why the clamp does not fit the body of the silencer correctly and also puts it too near the wheel ?? Take a look hereName:  Yoshi Clamp.JPG
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    Yeah I see what you mean, I was wondering why it was so close !

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    Yep, the band should fit flush against the muffler and the side of the muffler should be parallel with the tire. It looks like it's twisted slightly.


    Great looking bike, though!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaseza View Post
    Yeah I see what you mean, I was wondering why it was so close !
    It does run close to tyre anyway buddy around 10mm

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