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    99 CBR 900rr

    Custom paint, dropped and stretched
    Erion Racing exhaust, velocity stacks, jet kit, flush mount blinkers, undertail kit, Xenon headlight, Hyperbright led undercarraige lighting, spinning led taillights and very fast! Maybe for sale? A whole bunch a bling for the money!
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    Interesting...

    How does the longer wheelbase hurt handling in the twisties?

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    It is actually set up for drag racing but handles the twisties fine once you get used to the change in steering geometry.

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    very nice
    did u do the frame yourself? is it that hard? i have a 04 gsxr 600 i thought about polishing over the winter.

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    if you have all the right stuff and an ideal of what to do then youll do just fine as long as your in no hurry .....but if your like me and have no paitence or time then you'll hate it . once you polish the frame you have to just maintain it from time to time.getting through the paint was the hard part if you have a silver frame remember it is painted silver that isnt the aluminum you see it is under like a bizilloin layers of paint.

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