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post #11 of 28 Old 01-17-2012, 02:01 AM
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You're a champ Robbo.

I keep holding off my order in case I just get the lot from Tyga Performance as its easy to order. and better (simpler/cleaner) looking, but if Bikers is cheaper then I'll consider, have an 8k limit on this bike and its already at 7k.




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I wish I knew about the discount before. We've already spent over 25,000 with them and I'm not sure if they will take that into consideration for joining this discount plan they have.
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You're a champ Robbo.

I keep holding off my order in case I just get the lot from Tyga Performance as its easy to order. and better (simpler/cleaner) looking, but if Bikers is cheaper then I'll consider, have an 8k limit on this bike and its already at 7k.
If your happy with stock rearsets, you can op for the yoshi adapters (45mm up, 45mm back), $100 cant go wrong, instock @ PS.

If you want to save on shipping we can go joint order and i can just send you when they arrive, but youll only be saving $20

What other mods you want?

Rearsets, handle bars, what other mods do you want to squeeze in to 1k?

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I wish I knew about the discount before. We've already spent over 25,000 with them and I'm not sure if they will take that into consideration for joining this discount plan they have.


Shouldnt account customers get discount anyway?
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If your happy with stock rearsets, you can op for the yoshi adapters (45mm up, 45mm back), $100 cant go wrong, instock @ PS.

If you want to save on shipping we can go joint order and i can just send you when they arrive, but youll only be saving $20

What other mods you want?

Rearsets, handle bars, what other mods do you want to squeeze in to 1k?
Yes Ive looked the yoshi brackets, but Ive already bent the stock LHS footpeg hanger in an off, and the ball that goes into the Rose joint on the gearshift has so much play its stuffing up the feel of my shifting, the Tyga has a bearing set up, maybe bikers does too? also dont like the rear brake pedal or the stock footpegs.

If its only $20 then i'll just order myself.

Tyga Tail, some fork dampening, and some race glass Bodywork when an Aussie company gets round to it and she'll be a nice little thing to play with on the track, and one day even race in the Historics club, they have a modern section.




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Shouldnt account customers get discount anyway?
The way my wife explained it is that we have to prepay 50,000. We've done around 25,000 in buys so far.
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There are 4 adjustments. Those are showing the two max/ min positions. Plus adjustable reach on the levers. Very nicely implemented shiny stuff
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-What is the adjustment on the rearsets?
Two adjustments



And prices in AUD$ or USD$

Prices


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I am looking for blue accents, I have never seen bikers parts in blue. Is it just unpopular so no one carries it or is it not available?

If not does anyone know of blue cbr accents like bikers gear?
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There are 4 adjustments. Those are showing the two max/ min positions. Plus adjustable reach on the levers. Very nicely implemented shiny stuff
My mistake, good pickup...

Build quality?
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I am looking for blue accents, I have never seen bikers parts in blue. Is it just unpopular so no one carries it or is it not available?

If not does anyone know of blue cbr accents like bikers gear?
I'll find out and post back. They open in 2 hours.
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