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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-21-2008, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
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TBR Carbon Fiber Exhaust, Pyramid fender extender, hugger, Targa fender eliminator, and my new lid.
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Looks awesome

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Love the helmet. Although this shows me that when I get a hugger, I'll paint it flat black, or at least satin finish. Other than that...sweet lookin' sled.

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Looking good. Is the helmet really carbonfiber or just designed that way? Must be really light if it is. Hows it handle the wind?
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Looks great! I tried that helmet on, its so light it ain't even funny! I almost bought it, but I'm holding out for a rumor...



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and that rumor is....?
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It's actually carbon fiber. It feels fantastic. After wearing a Fulmer Modular helmet, which has been sent back to the company for inspection due to the locking posts breaking, this one feels 10 lbs lighter.

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I wish they made quick disconnects for the sadle bag brackets so I could have a fender eliminator.
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and that rumor is....?

Sorry to take so long to answer, Akuma is supposed to be making a flip face helmet. I really like their helmets & hope this one will be just as good. Its supposed to be released this fall...





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can you not put a fender eliminator if you have saddlebags?
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I wish they made quick disconnects for the sadle bag brackets so I could have a fender eliminator.
can you not put a fender eliminator if you have saddlebags?
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Hi

I would be grateful if you gave a pix from below to see "holes"
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Can you tell us where you got the fender extender and the hugger? I pick up my Versys next week and I am looking to add those. Thanks.
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Can you tell us where you got the fender extender and the hugger? I pick up my Versys next week and I am looking to add those. Thanks.
Fender extender and hugger were Pyramid. I can't remember where I got them from. I googled Pyramid and bought them from a place in Nevada. Sickmoto I think.

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