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Jami, are the ones posted above the long stem or short? they look pretty stubby to me
I believe those are the long stem believe it or not and then there's an extra long stem also. Mine are the same length as the above and they suit me fine actually. But I'm a taller rider so I may have a different perspective when looking at the mirror.

If the pair I just bought don't fit Nutter's 600RR, then I'll sell them to you. I know it's $300, but they are worth it. It's not MrGrn CF, it's quality shit.

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interesting. well i still have some funds sitting in paypal, i may scoop up a set of twill mirrors then send them off to DHC and have him spray them in matte clear to match the rest of the carbon i'll have on the bike.


the build is coming along quite nicely. i just buttoned up a bunch of wiring. i changed to 600rr ignition coils and built my own coil harness, i have been watching a thread on the other forums detailing issues with the PCV rpm reading that may be a result of signal interference from the cdi in the harness, so i've eliminated that while at the same time installing my kls quickshifter. also tidied up some other stuff, rerouted some of the hoses to make room for the qs module, and got rid of the pair while i was in there.


hopefully my clutch slave cylinder shows up soon so i can get the clutch system worked out, then once the snow flies i'll be sending a bunch of stuff off for anodizing.


this bike is coming along nicely, i'm still resisting the urge to add some red accents to my bsts, but i don't have it in me to put rim stripes on carbon wheels. i'll think of something.


no pics of the bike, but here's one of the qs, all installed and calibrated, working perfectly

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those are nice, but not 300 dollars nice. i'll probably just stick with stock honestly
You'll forget how much they cost once they are mounted. Trust us they are worth it.

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funds are depleting quick. i just sent a ton of money to DHC for some carbon and glass goodies.

the only part i have left to purchase from my original "plan" is a slipper. once i've secured that i'll think about some of the other stuff.


you should buy me them for xmas
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took it out for a quick burn today to make sure the 600rr coils and quickshifter are working the way they should. of course they are, the bike ran flawlessly.

it's looking a lot better now that i have my satos mounted, installed my front turn signals and finished up the rear brake. the line routing down and forward from the master and then along the bottom of the swingarm is perfect. it clears the exhaust 100% and is very discreet. i like it

i'm still waiting for a bunch of parts, my clutch slave should be here soon so i can get the clutch system worked out.

when my stuff from DHC shows up the bike will get torn apart again with some stuff going off for anodize while other stuff goes for paint. the blackout project continues







the exhaust is bluing up quite nicely!






i wiped down the exhaust before running the bike as thoroughly as i possibly could using a microfibre and brakleen, i was certain i got any oil or fingerprints off the damn thing but apparently not. it's a bit annoying but i'm sure it'll blue up more consistently with time. the qs fit just right in behind the fairing. i had to relocate a few hoses, but no big deal



this angle is just awesome. love this bike!

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Just wait until your chain lube goes onto the Ti grill and gets well done

Looks great so far!





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i don't get much fling from the chain.. never have.

i have a hugger on the way that should keep grit and grime off the cross pipe though


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anddddd i bought a set of MR mirrors. damn you guys!

my slipper clutch will have to wait i guess. it's the last thing on the list.
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i don't get much fling from the chain.. never have.

i have a hugger on the way that should keep grit and grime off the cross pipe though
Me either but i know what you mean by wiping down the pipes and still having some prints I wiped my V4 pipes for like half a hour and low and behold, there was a spot i missed.

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the only part i have left to purchase from my original "plan" is a slipper. once i've secured that i'll think about some of the other stuff.


you should buy me them for xmas
Have a slipper, brand new in the wrapper as a matter of fact.

I just redid my clutch and decided not to install it.

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anddddd i bought a set of MR mirrors. damn you guys!

my slipper clutch will have to wait i guess. it's the last thing on the list.
You won't regret it. The ones I bought for my GF's Repsol 600RR didn't fit so we're making a little spacer out of cf to raise them up out of the fairing. They are great mirrors.

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got my mirrors today. it's incredible that buying from simon in japan i get my parts in 3 days, buying from anywhere in the US takes up to 2 weeks, costs more to ship, and usually comes with brokerage charges.


i should just buy everything from japan i guess



the MR mirrors are gorgeous, you guys are right. i'll be peeling the bike apart quite a ways tomorrow to send some stuff off. i'm pretty excited to see how it looks afterwards


also ordered my slipper clutch today, that's the last purchase for the bike and will complete the build.

this time i actually kept tabs on the cost of everything, that was a bad idea. haha


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Great looking bike, wibbly. And this is the first time I've seen an aftermarket front fender look better then OEM. Usually they don't even look as good, since they scream AFTERMAERKET.

Nice pics along the way.
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thanks donkey, that's an oem front fender from a 2010 ktm rc8r.

the front end is pretty much the same as this one




that was my rc8r before i parted and sold it. i built a cbr 600rr in the interim before coming back to my old beloved rc51


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got a few more things going. i sent a bunch of stuff off for anodizing and have since got it all back. it's all just part of blacking the bike out and making ugly parts less noticeable. my case covers are off with the painter right now as well for a similar treatment.


i did my rads, my fairing stay, some of the ladybird hrc system brackets, as well as my scotts damper mount and some spacers i had to build for my rearsets etc.

it all came out really nice.






and here's a terrible cell phone pic of the bike with the black rad and mori fins. it's very loosely assembled and the other side isn't even mounted, but you get the idea.







i also just got my slipper clutch today, and ordered a special friction plate that i need before i install it (it's the same plate as the last one to go in), it will go in first in the stack as the judder spring has to move one out in the stack.



now i just need my stuff from DHC and my dash and then it's time to sit around and wait for spring.


i've also been playing with 3d rendering a bit. my friend owns a machine shop and set me up with fusion 360, i've been playing around with it a bit and drew up the bracket for the spal fans, i'm trying to see if i can come up with my own designed top triple clamp, here's what i have so far





it's nowhere near done, i'm just kind of screwing around for now. i'm trying to come up with a better way to mount the scott's damper. it's much more problematic with the sp2 because the stem size is so large that you wouldn't be able to do up the nut if you included posts on the tree. i could build a new nut for it that is round and installs with a castle nut socket, but we'll see.


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here it is. pretty much finished at this point









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