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Well the riding sucked...allergies were bothering me threw my vision and balance off a bit.:thumbdown But all in all a pretty decent day. I took off the mirrors temporarily to get used to not having them for the track day coming up in two weeks. Rotors have smoothed out and do not pulse as much. Also put the Galfer front lines on.:toocool:
 

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Your bike is looking stellar!!! :YEA
 

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Thanks Bro I appreciate the comment:cheers.
 

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Nice man. I really like the paint. How much did it cost?

Uhhhh...about $300.00:D, It's not paint the white on there is a Viper stripe kit I bought at a Dodge Dealer and cut it the way I like. The decals are from extreemdecals, it is the West kit for Yamaha. So really all together it was only about $300.00 and about 10 hours of total work. I change my bike so much I would be afraid to paint it.:nocontrol

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Bike looks great, good luck at the track. :D
 

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Uhhhh...about $300.00:D, It's not paint the white on there is a Viper stripe kit I bought at a Dodge Dealer and cut it the way I like. The decals are from extreemdecals, it is the West kit for Yamaha. So really all together it was only about $300.00 and about 10 hours of total work. I change my bike so much I would be afraid to paint it.QUOTE]


Damn-you did that yourself!!:nocontrol Major props to you. Probably one of the best looking R6's I have seen.
 

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looks awsome!
 

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bike looks good. is it me, or does that front tire look huge in the first picture?
:) Yeah it does look big, it is the angle the picture is taken at. It isn't quite straight on the side the front is skewed a little.

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Uhhhh...about $300.00:D, It's not paint the white on there is a Viper stripe kit I bought at a Dodge Dealer and cut it the way I like. The decals are from extreemdecals, it is the West kit for Yamaha. So really all together it was only about $300.00 and about 10 hours of total work. I change my bike so much I would be afraid to paint it.QUOTE]


Damn-you did that yourself!!:nocontrol Major props to you. Probably one of the best looking R6's I have seen.
Thanks alot I appreciate it. :cheers I took a pinstripe and taped it to the front of the fairing and stretched it back across the end of the tank to make sure it all lined up right. When I applied the white I removed the pinstripe, I used a pinstripe to do all the decals also. I have messed up a few times on the decals just trying to eye them up it helps to have tape or a stripe to line everything up.
 

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which windshield is on there? is that yamaha's smoked windshield or a different one?

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which windshield is on there? is that yamaha's smoked windshield or a different one?

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PUIG (Double Bubble) - Carbon Fiber, Even at the track I don't worry about looking through it. With my chin on the tank my eyes are right over the top of the shield.
 

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how you like those rotors?
 

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how you like those rotors?

Rotors are great, they pulsed a little at first I think due to the pads being worn a little. But now that they have set in they are great. The Galfer stainless lines feel good too. I would say the rotors are an 8 out of 10. Galfer probally makes a better product.
 

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Killer bike...just my two cents about your allergies...my wife has real bad allergies...almost to a point where she can't do shite. So we were told to take some local bee pollen....mix it in with a drink..my wife just takes a tablespoon and chases it with water...within a day her allergy symptoms were gone. No more sneezing, coughing, congestion and my personal favorite no more nagging. Im no allergy expert...but it really helped.

Anyways back to whats important. Killer bike!!
 
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