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    Senior Member georamage's Avatar
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    Cb1000r customs

    Decent video of some custom's
    https://youtu.be/CWmg729xWZ0

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    Nice find! Much more detail than the pics.

    I like the simpleness of the Black Edition 🙂 though maybe with black wire wheels too...

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    I like the yellow one. And the one with the leather seat.

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    I really like the minimalistic number plate holder / fender fitted to the MV Moto Dirt Endurance bike.

    With the NSC I have never understood this penchant for removing the plate hanger and relocating it with a, so called, tail tidy (a misnomer if ever there was one).
    Doing so absolutely screws up the look of the bike massively. I guess people do so as they are happier following the masses than forging ahead with something different.

    Now having seen the plate / fender hanger on this custom I know 100% that I was right in believing that the minimalistic fender I've had in mind, and was hoping to have made was the way to go.
    I was thinking along the lines of 1 inch diameter aluminium tube, now having seen this video I realise that much thinner metal can be used, albeit with three support struts.

    Will be fine as long as it can easily hold the weight of the number plate, it's legally required illumination, red reflector and a carbon fibre mudguard.


    I like the look of those K&N air filters. Anyone have any idea of the source / cost / availability in the UK please ?
    Last edited by DouglasRamsey; 06-19-2019 at 04:44 AM.

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