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The Fuhrer Moto and Gannet Design CB1000R-adical is definitely my favorite, even though I'm not a fan of belly pans, it really works on that bike, especially with the clip-ons. Seeing that with clip-ons made me really want one of these and see if they'd work. Although it's possible, the tank design makes it tricky.

#8 and #10 are also just so cool to me as well.
I'm not a fan of blue bikes, but it works on the Monkey 1000R with the knobby tires.
 

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the first one with the china akrapovic knock-off :ROFLMAO:
 
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The Fuhrer Moto and Gannet Design CB1000R-adical is definitely my favorite, even though I'm not a fan of belly pans, it really works on that bike, especially with the clip-ons. Seeing that with clip-ons made me really want one of these and see if they'd work. Although it's possible, the tank design makes it tricky.

#8 and #10 are also just so cool to me as well.
I'm not a fan of blue bikes, but it works on the Monkey 1000R with the knobby tires.
It’s interesting to see how they made it - I’m guessing this bellypan fits the mounts in and around the engine?



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It’s interesting to see how they made it - I’m guessing this bellypan fits the mounts in and around the engine?



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it is a fiberglass copy for cbr600rrr
 
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Check out what I did to mine.

Man, I'm still on the fence getting the clip-ons. I much prefer the look and cafe racer feel, as well as a better riding position when pummeled by wind on the interstate, but that factory upright riding position is pretty comfortable...

Edit: I did look up the clip-ons they used on the Fuhrer Moto bike, and really love the engineering of them, but dang... $400 for a set, and they're only 10"? hmmm... I think the Woodcraft's adjustable ones would be best, and I can scoot them in or cut them as needed.
 

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Man, I'm still on the fence getting the clip-ons. I much prefer the look and cafe racer feel, as well as a better riding position when pummeled by wind on the interstate, but that factory upright riding position is pretty comfortable...

Edit: I did look up the clip-ons they used on the Fuhrer Moto bike, and really love the engineering of them, but dang... $400 for a set, and they're only 10"? hmmm... I think the Woodcraft's adjustable ones would be best, and I can scoot them in or cut them as needed.
I looked into those too. I used the 4 piece Driven Racing Halos with the rise, and then the longer woodcraft bars. But you just have to get used to the position. It's just different. But having taken it to work a few times, it's much more comfortable on my wrists. Also, if you do nothing else, definitely swap the grips for the Motogadget rubber grips. It really helps with the vibration.
 

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I looked into those too. I used the 4 piece Driven Racing Halos with the rise, and then the longer woodcraft bars. But you just have to get used to the position. It's just different. But having taken it to work a few times, it's much more comfortable on my wrists. Also, if you do nothing else, definitely swap the grips for the Motogadget rubber grips. It really helps with the vibration.
Good lookin' out on vibration as I have arthritis in my hands. I'll check them out!
 

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Good lookin' out on vibration as I have arthritis in my hands. I'll check them out!
They're a must have. They're knobby so your hands/gloves don't slip, but they're all rubber. I almost went with the billet aluminum ones cause they look a lot better, but the vibration would have killed me. My hands were going numb from the vibration, which obviously isn't good when you need to work the levers.
 
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