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post #1 of 36 Old 06-30-2012, 10:50 AM Thread Starter
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2012 JUN Grey CBR

one month old.. keep looking for more accessories available on Local Bike Shop

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KOSO mirrors

just bought LEVERS

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Too bad there are few only accessories for this bike in my country.
Hope i can airbrush & color change for my bike by 2012

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post #2 of 36 Old 06-30-2012, 11:18 AM
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Congrats on the Bike...it really looks nice. Especially like the LED Lights in the engine bay. I really wish they had that color for the CBR here in the States...I would get it in a Heartbeat.
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post #3 of 36 Old 06-30-2012, 11:51 AM
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I agree, it looks nice...

but I would avoid that color personally for the same reason I've never found a tour master rain suit that I would buy... Rain + grey = camouflage, and I don't let rain stop me from riding.

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I love that color. JUN, SPOON, & Mugen make nice after market stuff for the Honda Auto. Wish they'd do more for the Motorcycles.

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nice bike, wish the silver was available in the states

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Thanks mate, i thought grey color is everywhere around the globe, but after reading few post here , i realized the grey color only available in my country? >.< at first i thought my bike is cloned.. LOL

I'll continue to post more picture..

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nice bike, wish the silver was available in the states

If I ever road rash my bike to the point of needing to replace fairings I think i might order all of the silver kit from Tyga to get it in the USA.
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you must come from Malaysia, welcome to CBR250 family.
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Hey mate, really nice bike & mods! Can u tell me how u wired the LEDs? I'm thinking about doing the same thing on my bike

And man, I used to live in SG and u must be loaded dude, cars cost an ridiculous amt coz of the COE..
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Hey mate, really nice bike & mods! Can u tell me how u wired the LEDs? I'm thinking about doing the same thing on my bike

And man, I used to live in SG and u must be loaded dude, cars cost an ridiculous amt coz of the COE..
Hi hifer, i just wired it on Low Beam headlight wire with 10A fuse and on/off switch.. plug out the headlamp socket , find low beam positive and a negative wire and join it to your led light. At the middle of the positive wire ,add a bypass fuse and on/off switch. U can just ignore on/off switch if you want your led light stay on whenever you turn on ignition.

COE are crazy high nowaday, i bought this BMW costs $62k COE and now is $85k. This is Singapore!!

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