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I don't actually have the program with me. My machinist has it at his workplace on his system.
The rearsets are called 'WR Battle Rearsets.' Made in Japan.


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Here are these rearsets for sale... mouthwatering I have been considering them for a while!
HONDA > VTR1000SP-2 - WR'S BATTLE STEP - Made in Japan motorcycle parts shop - motobike.jp

PS: if anyone had previous dealings with this website send a PM! Thanks!
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nice exhaust!! as well as everything else on the bike lol

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Part 2. (Cutting out & first fit out.)

Hi everyone.
Time for a progression update.
Here are a few pics to show you where i'm at.
I think it's coming along quite nicely.
Hope you like the pics.
Cheers.
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More pics. (After the cosmetic surgery)

And a few more.
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On the bike.

And here it is on the bike.
I still have to iron out some clearance issues, but overall, i'm happy with the way it's progressing.
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Looks amazing!!! It must have been terrifying to put the first cuts in that beautiful tail. It looks like its going to be a nice setup.

Would you mind posting a few pictures of the sub frame with out the tail in place? I would really like to see how you mounted the LED tail light. It is a SV 650/1000 tail light correct?
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Not so much terrifying, just a little anxious would better describe the feeling.
The last thing i wanted to happen was to over cut somewhere, or not measure & mark off correctly before cutting into the tailsection.
As for pics of my undertray setup, give me your email address and i'll send them to you.
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nice looks like your well on your way!

are you going to go with a clear piece of thermoform? vacuum forming?
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Great work, I would have probably ended up setting fire to the whole thing a la Homer Simpson.

BTW: since you have WR's rearsets can you tell me if they can be fitted with a stop light switch? Thanks!
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Great work, I would have probably ended up setting fire to the whole thing a la Homer Simpson.

BTW: since you have WR's rearsets can you tell me if they can be fitted with a stop light switch? Thanks!
You need a pressure switch to replace the banjo bolt in the master cylinder sato makes one
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BTW: since you have WR's rearsets can you tell me if they can be fitted with a stop light switch? Thanks!
These rearsets are designed to work with the OEM brake light switch. I installed these on my RC few months ago. very nice all in one package at a great price. paid like 340 new for em.
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Thanks both. Looks like it's finally time to change those rearsets.
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Hi again everyone.
I know i've been absent for quite some time.
I've been checking in off and on and PM'ing afew people over this time.
Well here is my latest update.
Tell me what you think.
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and afew more.
The next time i'll have it mounted on the bike.
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NOt too shabby man, good work for sure! We need to connect and share plastic molding idea's/thicknesses.
Did you heat and vacume form the clear plexi arounf the cut out pieces and if so, what thickness did you use?

I just can't get the correct thickness for the clearity I want...or I am just rushing things like everything else!
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NOt too shabby man, good work for sure! We need to connect and share plastic molding idea's/thicknesses.
Did you heat and vacume form the clear plexi arounf the cut out pieces and if so, what thickness did you use?

I just can't get the correct thickness for the clearity I want...or I am just rushing things like everything else!
When i finally found the guy that said he could help me, he suggested using acrylic. 3mm thick.
The guy that made the tailsection provided me with a mold to be able to form the lenses.
Acrylic is a lot easier to form under heat.
This set up is a little rough, but i'm pretty happy with the way it's turned out so far.
I have a good friend of mine working on the LED arrangement at the moment and i'm not going to rush him.
I'll post up some more pics of the tailsection mounted to the bike and what modification i have to do to the subframe.
All will be revealed.


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