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    Roadster stage 1

    So here was the bike this evening. Short jaunt before they salt the roads again overnight.

    RSD slant exhaust, Rough Crafts air intake, also Le Pera seat (stock seat I found unbearable after 45 minutes) and Rough Crafts points cover.
    Awaiting grips and pegs.



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    Ok blakehope,

    I like the Rough Crafts air cleaner, it's nice and small so it shows off more of that V-twin engine.

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    Exhaust looks smart
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluenose-1956 View Post
    Ok blakehope,

    I like the Rough Crafts air cleaner, it's nice and small so it shows off more of that V-twin engine.
    Thanks bluenose, I thought that too.


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    Roadster stage 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Whistler View Post
    Exhaust looks smart
    And a lovely bass rumble. I need to get more effective ear plugs now; it's loud.


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    Very tasty, nice one.

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    The bike looks great. Personally I'm not keen on advertising and would ditch the Rough Crafts timing cover. Why freely advertise a Taiwanese company on an American icon? Then again I may be too purist and yes I am already aware a lot of the parts are outsourced and the leathers are made in Indonesia.........

    Great bike lovely colour!

    IF YOU GO THROUGH LIFE WITH YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND.....ALL PEOPLE WILL SEE IS AN ARSE!!
    TREAT EVERY DAY AS YOUR LAST.....ONE DAY YOU WILL BE RIGHT!!

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    Cool looking bike...


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    Quote Originally Posted by K9F View Post
    The bike looks great. Personally I'm not keen on advertising and would ditch the Rough Crafts timing cover. Why freely advertise a Taiwanese company on an American icon? Then again I may be too purist and yes I am already aware a lot of the parts are outsourced and the leathers are made in Indonesia.........

    Great bike lovely colour!
    I get where you're coming from, I think it's funny and I like Winston Yeh.


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    I've had the same bike for two weeks now and just completed my first lengthy run with a numb arse, so researching a new seat. How you finding the Le Pera?? What model seat is it?
    Ta

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