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« Reply #20 on: 10/28/12 11:15PM »
What up brother! Gna start modding her huh? I'm definitely putting this mod when my OEM dies..

http://www.motorcycle.com/products/shorai-lfx-lithium-battery-review-91165.html

As far as under tail lights, I hear just don't have red or blue since that's for emergency vehicles...


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« Reply #21 on: 10/29/12 09:13AM »
I think slowly kind of add little things. I think first thing will either be exhaust or fender eliminator kit. Just trying to think about what direction I want to go so parts end up all fitting together. Plus just fun dreaming lol

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« Reply #22 on: 10/29/12 09:34AM »
What up brother! Gna start modding her huh? I'm definitely putting this mod when my OEM dies..

http://www.motorcycle.com/products/shorai-lfx-lithium-battery-review-91165.html

My advice is get one now. Shave the weight and say goodbye to battery tenders for good! One of the best mods IMO.

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« Reply #23 on: 10/29/12 10:08AM »
For sure an awesome upgrade. I have one in the Repsol.
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Re: 2012 cbr1000rr
« Reply #24 on: 10/29/12 12:00PM »
I have a one of these in my Duc!!!

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« Reply #25 on: 10/29/12 12:25PM »
I think slowly kind of add little things. I think first thing will either be exhaust or fender eliminator kit. Just trying to think about what direction I want to go so parts end up all fitting together. Plus just fun dreaming lol

I got a fender eliminator kit from eBay for under $40. Excellent, very high quality kit, that came with a solid bracket and LED's too. But I'd definitely go with exhaust as a first mod... U will love the new sound and its definitely for your safey!
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« Reply #26 on: 10/29/12 01:36PM »
Paul is that you I see on Los Robles almost everyday on the Repsol

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« Reply #27 on: 10/29/12 07:59PM »
Ya I wanna do exhaust, but I want to do full system. I haven't checked eBay but from sites I've seen the cost around 1200  :6:

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Re: 2012 cbr1000rr
« Reply #28 on: 10/29/12 10:32PM »
Yup,everyday!
That SHORAI battery is my choice for a replacement for a used up oem also.I got 2 and a half years out of my oem on my Repsol.
It's amazing how that thing weighs as much as a styrofoam coffee cup,with the coffee in it!
It really spins the motor too!

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Re: 2012 cbr1000rr
« Reply #29 on: 10/30/12 08:03AM »
I think ill save for exhaust

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« Reply #30 on: 10/30/12 08:37AM »
Dude just run the bike. There's power there. Ur bike looks sick I dunno why u would want to put money into it. Just run it!

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Re: 2012 cbr1000rr
« Reply #31 on: 10/30/12 08:43AM »
Def go full exhaust and dont forget to get a power commander.  :27:

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Re: 2012 cbr1000rr
« Reply #32 on: 10/30/12 10:24AM »
I think ill save for exhaust

Yeah a slip on is all I wanted for now.. when I'm ready to get a full exhaust, I'm gna sell it and use the funds can go toward the full exhaust. I got impatient and wanted all the cheaper little stuff that I could get asap lol.
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« Reply #33 on: 10/30/12 10:27AM »
I thought about doing it that way, but I think will do me better to wait. That way I don't just jump at the first one. Give me plenty of time to research them like I should before paying all that money

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Re: 2012 cbr1000rr
« Reply #34 on: 10/30/12 10:45AM »
Cool. Yeah I'm gna go custom on mine. I love the look of the akrapovic shorty, (like the ones that go on an '07 gsxr 600 or R6),but they don't make it for my bike... Gna have to do some magic
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Re: 2012 cbr1000rr
« Reply #35 on: 12/17/12 07:47PM »
Curious if anyone else with the 12 cbr 1k used o2 sensor eliminator for their exhaust? Did you find a company that made one or did you do the 330ohm resistor bypass?

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« Reply #36 on: 12/17/12 09:17PM »
Curious if anyone else with the 12 cbr 1k used o2 sensor eliminator for their exhaust? Did you find a company that made one or did you do the 330ohm resistor bypass?
Hey this is Jon, the guy that almost hit you with my flying chatterbox yesterday. If you purchase an aftermarket exhaust, or power commander, they supply you with the o2 sensor bypass plug. That's how I got mine.

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Re: 2012 cbr1000rr
« Reply #37 on: 12/17/12 09:19PM »
I ordered a danmoto slip on and it didn't come with one

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« Reply #38 on: 12/17/12 09:28PM »
I ordered a danmoto slip on and it didn't come with one
You can probably call Taylomade, Yoshimura, or Power Commander and get one. That little plug can't be that expensive. I'd call Yoshimura located in Chino, their good at letting you stop by the office and pickup what ever you need. I've done it a few times. Just tell them you lost the 02 sensor plug and you need another.
Also, maybe the danmoto has a 02 bung so you can screw the sensor into.

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Re: 2012 cbr1000rr
« Reply #39 on: 12/17/12 09:59PM »
I don't see anything on any of their sites. I might just do the resistor thing till I can find one so I can put the exhaust on

 

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