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    So I've been out riding the bike instead of writing about it for once
    Had some good times like scraping the 12 bar, watching it ride around in circles on its cage and buckling the front rim riding into a wall.

    But seeing as it was bad weather i fitted some of the parts that had been waiting in the corner

    Started out with my new stealth stay
    Reinforces the headlights and front fairing as well as moving the dash lower.


    Also chopped down the front fairing. As it turns out the holes don't line up between the stay and my shitty Chinese fairings. So out came the drill. Also found out that 5/7 of the headlight mounts were broken. But crashing will do that

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    F4i stunt bike build

    Once the stay is on and the windscreen cut down it gives enough room for new clip ons to go on. Fully adjustable all the way from Poland.



    You can see between this photo and the previous one the height and angle change. These run at 2 degrees instead of 7 and also run them straight instead of pulled back to the rider



    Currently run the the throttle cables over the top of the triple. This is just until some longer ones rock up and can be run back where the normally are. Conveniently 929 throttle cables are the same mounting but 3 inches longer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Algy View Post
    Once the stay is on and the windscreen cut down it gives enough room for new clip ons to go on. Fully adjustable all the way from Poland.



    You can see between this photo and the previous one the height and angle change. These run at 2 degrees instead of 7 and also run them straight instead of pulled back to the rider



    Currently run the the throttle cables over the top of the triple. This is just until some longer ones rock up and can be run back where the normally are. Conveniently 929 throttle cables are the same mounting but 3 inches longer
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    Full fairing looks awesome. Loving it
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    Ok so it's been a while so time for some updates.

    I've got idles down for staggered, Stand ups and seat standers. Have been playing around with scrapes and next I'll be trying some combos

    Bike has been beaten and abused but still loves me.
    Most recently I cut a hole in the rear seat and relocated both my reserviors to underneath the top triple. Nicely out of the way and cleans up the front end a bit


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    No detriment to the brakes to move the reservoirs lower? Looks really good, makes you wonder why they don't hide them more from factory..
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    Quote Originally Posted by 98kellrs View Post
    No detriment to the brakes to move the reservoirs lower? Looks really good, makes you wonder why they don't hide them more from factory..
    The only issue I have is when I crash I sometimes get air in them. But takes 30 seconds to fix
    As long as they're bled up before mounting them lower its no issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Algy View Post
    The only issue I have is when I crash I sometimes get air in them. But takes 30 seconds to fix
    As long as they're bled up before mounting them lower its no issue.
    That's pretty decent, I'm retrofitting some GSXR forks onto my '74 BMW and keen to hide as much modern shit as possible (besides you know, the massive gold USD's)
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    So it's been a while. But I'm back. Just finished tidying the bike up after sitting for a long time.
    It turns out I still wreck bikes. It just takes me longer now. My F4i is now the traditional stunt bike with no fairings after they broke.

    I've done a few things to the bike recently. I sorted out my triple caliper handbrake and put on a step plate that was fabricated for me in exchange for some sprockets

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    I also received an ignition advancer for cheap. Not sure how much difference it will make but I put it on 4 degrees and I'll see how it feels next ride

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    Picked up a new sprocket. Super cheap because it's a blank. But that's easily fixed with a jigsaw

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    Is that a death frisbee?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crobbo View Post
    Is that a death frisbee?
    Going to take it down to the park and throw it at kids

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