Originally Posted by Mister.Renard
Thanks for the help.
Evo kit ordered. Should have it in a week or two.
Ordered it from Synmoto.ca Kit was 15$ less than monsterparts.com and the shipping was half the price. I'll give you my appreciation of their services when I get it.
Well, after two months with the 2011 796, Givi windshield installed and now fender eliminator kit on the way.
What should be next? 14T sprocket? (All new subject that doesn't belong here. I'm just thinking out loud).
Good on ya for getting the Evotech kit. The Competition Werkes one is lightyears behind in quality, in my opinion.
I'd go for the 14t sprocket next and then modify any contact points, because those are where you will gain comfort and safety. Bar-end mirrors with better visibility, adjustable rear sets, the DP comfort seat, new grips, and more adjustable levers are all good things to look at. You can also take a look at the bars and decide if you'd like something like the Rizoma bars which have a stronger sweep-back angle, taller risers, or even clip-ons (as I have).
After that you'd just be spending money on eye candy (carbon fiber parts) or performance (termi kit, a dyno re-map, etc). You should think hard about how long you plan on keeping your bike before spending any serious money on these, because spending $2000 on full carbon everything is not an "investment" and you're going to decrease resale value.