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Hello everyone registered the other month and have had some good advice just thought i should "say hi"

Got a 600 F4 in white and just started adding a few new bits while doing a major clean
Made a start on polishing the downpipes discovered tesco bags make a right mess of em !!

Blue flame pipe waiting , Undertray , Cobra braided lines , Side panel color matching and a few more bits going on in the next few weeks

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 Post Posted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 10:23 pm 
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jeez those pics are mahoosive ! sorry :angel


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 Post Posted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 10:59 pm 
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Nice bike mate... But I would say that, I have the F4 in White as well... I think we have had 3 new members all with white F4's in the last week...

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yeah. cool. it's gonna be a white OUT! at this years SWARM! welcome pal


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Welcome Adam.

Love those flat bars what is the clearance like on your tank?

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Hello


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 Post Posted: Tue Feb 02, 2010 10:37 pm 
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Cheers for the warm welcome

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The riding position with the flat bars is quite good its not as "over" the tank as it seems nothing has been scratched by flying zips ect. Full lock on the bars gives me 5 mm between the tank but definatly better than OE i may have to change them though ..... ordered my braided lines going to run a race setup front . The problem im going to have is the two banjo's ! at the moment im running standard setup. The bolt behind the banjo is on the top yoke bolt so with having two banjo's i may need the height clearance of utralows (unless i want mirrors all over the place or barends)


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Hi !
I've just visited this forum. Happy to get acquainted with you. Thanks.

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SNAP! :Beer :wlcm love-in Your bike as I have the same model and colour. White is easily the best colour. :blahblah


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 Post Posted: Mon Mar 22, 2010 11:45 pm 
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Liking the Flat bars, got anymore pics of them? At full lock and one from 'The Riding Position'?

Hornet looks good in White, was it ever done officially?

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white was official colour.

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Digitalize - sorry i have removed the flats ! The double banjo from the braided lines would not have worked so i have gone to ultralow

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Hello and :wlcm


I used to own a white one...until i wrote it off....but didnt stop me get another :D

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adam80 wrote:
Digitalize - sorry i have removed the flats ! The double banjo from the braided lines would not have worked so i have gone to ultralow


Hmm, Braided brake lines? I was thinking of doing that to mine, aswell as flat bars, what exactly wouldn't have worked?

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