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post #481 of 536 Old 04-10-2016, 02:11 AM
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Saturday afternoon after work I had a couple of hours to spare so with the sun out, the coast beckoned. The wind was keen and the temperature about 10 degrees so it wasn't basking weather but still one of my favourite local views on a sunny day.

IMG_0284 by Keith Whitten, on Flickr

And below the car park you can see the erosion. That car park and the cafes and shops next to it will most likely be gone in my lifetime. In front of my bike you can see the barriers that were put in last year to stop people taking their cars any closer to the cliff edge.

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post #483 of 536 Old 05-05-2016, 03:27 PM
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My Bike at the moment ( broke 3 fingers in a crash so now i have time to upgrade it)

will paint the rims green and add this updates:
- Clucth / Brake
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will post decent quality pictures after the mods are installed

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post #484 of 536 Old 05-05-2016, 10:21 PM
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Adding those flush signal lights are not going to add to the safety factor.
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Adding those flush signal lights are not going to add to the safety factor.
your right, but it will look nice

The accident was not in this bike but in a 50cc bike where i work
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Adding those flush signal lights are not going to add to the safety factor.
When i bought my bike, it came with flush mounts. First thing i did, found and bought some used stock oem front signals on here from a fellow member and dumped those unsafe flush mounts. Definitely a danger IMO. Point is to be seen!
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rsplatpc: Love the color-matched seat cowl. Dramatically improves the overall look of the bike in ways a plain black one could never do.
Not so sure about the black fairings. The red seat cowl gives the lines of the rear of the bike a nice flow. The black of the fairings is a bit abrupt and interrupts that flow. If you continued the red to the fairings I think it would make the bike look a LOT bigger than it is. And if you painted that black plastic piece below the seat and tank red also, it would probably make the whole bike look almost like a mini-Hayabusa. Just my (totally unsolicited) opinion, of course. : )

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This has been dead lately. A non-recent picture of the baby getting new shoes. My wife's Rebel is in the background and she sold that 3 years ago.


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