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post #21 of 117 (permalink) Old 07-27-2015, 01:24 PM
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Just cleaned by bike.






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post #22 of 117 (permalink) Old 07-27-2015, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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nice. Never knew you could lift the bike on the axle sliders

2012 Monster 696
Akrapovic Carbon Slip On Exhaust
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post #23 of 117 (permalink) Old 07-29-2015, 03:56 PM
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where did you get that carbon cover from. Its slick!
Bought it from http://www.ffcarbon.com/

Had to wait for like 5/6 weeks tho, but it is worth the waiting! Quality is nice!

The ducati decal is from ebay, silicon 3d ducati logo or something like that. No problems with the heat! and looks nice for 5$
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post #24 of 117 (permalink) Old 08-02-2015, 01:17 AM
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Beautiful clear blue skies in Saigon.
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Looking pretty along the water.

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post #26 of 117 (permalink) Old 08-08-2015, 07:27 PM
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Here is my 09.

Here is a pic of my 09. I love the lil thing.
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09 Monster 696 with Carbon fiber slip on exhaust -by Dan Moto , Bar Risers , Spencer modified seat. Fender eliminator, 14t front sprocket, Bar end mirrors.
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met up with a photographer mate of mine to take some pics.
Taken in District 1 (downtown) Saigon Vietnam. Not wearing my armored jacket due to the 40kph speed limit on bikes (yes all bikes from 49cc - 1300cc+) and due to a lot of stop/start traffic.
I did wear my Draggin kevlar lined cargo pants, Bell Rogue helmet (another mate is the Bell guy for VN) and SPIDI 2014 Dovi replica gloves

1st pic parked infront of the red sign (no parking sign) was at the old American Embassy.
2nd on the corner of Intercontinental hotel and Khumo Plaza building. Got asked to move on by the head of security dressed in a nice pin stripe suit after he complimented me on how beautiful my bike was. Very nice guy he was.
3rd in the alleyways where there are plenty of hostess bars catering to the Japanese.
I wasn't too keen on the last pic with me blocking traffic (as I called it) It was just after 0600hr and traffic was already getting busy. Got a few shots and we took off to next location.
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M795.LSL X01 carbon wrapped bar,Scotts 796 bar clamps+Steering dampener,Brembo RCS Brake,Clutch levers,Ilmberger carbon fiber front,rear fenders,cam covers,monoposto,tank center,Custom red/black carbon tank skins,instrument cluster cover,oilcooler shroud,sprocket cover,14/41T Driven sprockets,Bazzaz Zfi,ExBox exhaust,Ducabike rear sets,Clear clutch cover,Pressure plate,spring retainer,slave cyl,AEM triple tree, STM adj forks,rear combi brake light and tail chopped.Thought I finished but no
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post #28 of 117 (permalink) Old 08-11-2015, 04:48 PM
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Awesome lookin bike! I see alot of love in there whats that seat you have? Is it comfortable? How do you like you clear clutch cover?
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Awesome lookin bike! I see alot of love in there whats that seat you have? Is it comfortable? How do you like you clear clutch cover?
Thanks for the kind words
its a saddlemans gel track seat. its got the channel through the middle. much more firmer and a "tighter" fit to the bike though it doesnt fit as well as factorys seat.
I love the Clear clutch cover. Always gets a lot of looks and stares when I'm stopped in traffic.
My wife has stopped complaining about me taking better care of the bike than her lol. My mates also know how much I fuss over my "garage queen" 2.5yrs old now and just over 5,500kms on it.

M795.LSL X01 carbon wrapped bar,Scotts 796 bar clamps+Steering dampener,Brembo RCS Brake,Clutch levers,Ilmberger carbon fiber front,rear fenders,cam covers,monoposto,tank center,Custom red/black carbon tank skins,instrument cluster cover,oilcooler shroud,sprocket cover,14/41T Driven sprockets,Bazzaz Zfi,ExBox exhaust,Ducabike rear sets,Clear clutch cover,Pressure plate,spring retainer,slave cyl,AEM triple tree, STM adj forks,rear combi brake light and tail chopped.Thought I finished but no
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Nice! im thinking about the clear clutch cover but it really costs alot for a single mod. Thinking rear sets over the clear clutch cover.
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