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Old 04-03-2018, 10:07 PM   #21
sfive99
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Default Re: Finished Product? 2006 'Esmeralda'

Ok, so I wasn't finished. Actually did more stuff to the bike since the last post, can't stop won't stop.

-Renthal Ultra Lows w/ Progrip Dual Sport grips and Ariete bar ends (pretty much zero vibration now)
-LED front turn signals
-Integrated tail light
-Painted side panels
-Scottoiler (always trying to be like 370Steve)
-OEM flyscreen was just added today (I don't love it, but still on the fence... which is a shame because I thought this would be the be-all end-all screen for me. This bike just looks really good naked)

You can see the Scottoiler on the left side. I mounted it w/ the tie mount it came with to the main harness in the middle, routed the hose straight down, through the swingarm, then under the left side of the swingarm. I used 3M cable clips that seem to be holding up just fine.

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Old 04-04-2018, 09:22 AM   #22
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Default Re: Finished Product? 2006 'Esmeralda'

Looks good! Is that an OEM center stand??
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Old 04-04-2018, 02:07 PM   #23
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Default Re: Finished Product? 2006 'Esmeralda'

Zaz, not OEM, it's SW Motech and it's not just bolt-on. I had to grind my retaining bolt on the bottom in order to remove it from the left side of the bike. If you have a California bike, you also have to remove the evap canister, which is easy but not everyone wants it gone.

It's been very useful for maintenance. I think the only downsides are the installation and the fact that some engine cages won't work if they mount to the bottom bolt.
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