Hey, thanks guys. ;D Cycle Cat stuff is so nice... tmronin stopped by to pick up a shifter and couldn't get over how much these things don't suck, as he put it... 8)
I only had time for a quick 15 minute ride, so I didn't really play with them yet... but they're incredibly easy to adjust. The design is superior... there are 72 possible positions for the pegs. Installation was pretty straightforward... the only thing that slowed me down was bleeding the rear brake since the master cylinder gets repositioned.
Hey Alex... or anyone else who knows the answer... included was a bracket assembly for the reservoir... where exactly is that supposed to go? I left the reservoir where it was for now.
I noticed that your pipes have a tab where they atatch to the original rear sets. Any plans for removing it that you'd like to share. I also have hi pipes(Remus carbon jobs) with the same tab that will need to be removed.
Also, who's clutch cover is that?
>>Hey Alex... or anyone else who knows the answer... >>included was a bracket assembly for the reservoir... where >>exactly is that supposed to go? I left the reservoir where >>it was for now.
Its for a different year bike that had the reservoir connected to the rearset and not the frame. Looks pretty good if I say so myself. How about a picture from a front 3/4 view and it doesnt have to be so big.
I can't stop now... got the disease... I have a custom headlight fairing combination coming in... yoyo clutch slave ready to be installed... rizoma rear suspension arch on order... billet bar end sigs... new rubber... maybe some fully adjustable 748-998 forks.
There is no stopping you, now Magnus. Your too far gone. Can I go, too? I'll just tag along and watch, cause I can't aford to play.
Your bikes awsome, though. By the looks of the wear on those tires, you like twisties!