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post #1 of 26 Old 06-03-2015, 07:44 PM Thread Starter
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couple of pics

Picked her up today and had a fantastic ride home, new tyres are super slippery so I'd recommend TC level 3 it blinked a couple of times but all was good. Really happy and looking forward to adding a few bits and bobs, I'm going to leave the exhaust stock for a while because i really love the look of it and it sounds excellent. A couple of pics of generic angle and with the rear footrest removed.


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Sweet pictures.

have you started to look into modifications/accessories and even ways to protect the finish while its still fresh?
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ackack: Love the bike and can't to hear you give us a review after you've racked up a few thousand kilometers.
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Hi 999, yeah I think i'm going to go with evo tech purely on the basis that they have products already. I've emailed R&G and they estimate about 8 weeks after launch and that's a bit too far away for me.
I will recommend a tank protector before you ride it, I rode the 20 miles home and it had some light marks already, not bad enough to notice but it's something bearing in mind. A german firm on eBay have a tail tidy already
but it's a bit too tall for a smaller plate. I think I'm just going to go sliders, bobbins and tail tidy and engine cases when they get released other than that I think it looks perfect.
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ackack: Love the bike and can't to hear you give us a review after you've racked up a few thousand kilometers.
One thing I will say that has really shocked me is the wind blast is perfectly manageable even at 80mph. I'm going to try and scrub the tyres a bit more tomorrow but even at restricted RPM it still wants to play in the twisties.
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wooow!! what a beauty. congrats! take good care of her!!

Drive fast, drive safe!!!! Cheers
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Missing trip bcs of brake in. Grrrrr

Was today at my dealer and they assembeling my new Suzi together. She's already here can u believe it. Haha. Here are 2 pics. They are not the best but what can u do. Due to necessary bike brake in I can't pick it up today to go on tomorrow trip with the new bike so I just have to go with a car .
So I'll pick it up on monday when I'm back. I'll post more proper pics then

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Another pic

Another pic

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Looks great!!!!
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You picked the fastest colour Onenote
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