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Re: Re: Meet #569
« Reply #20 on: 02/10/13 04:42AM »
Hi Joker,

I have a HP4 as well and also would like to have reverse shifting installed.
Think you also use a Bursig stand and want to know if this gives problems in combination with the reversed shift?

Nice pics by the way!

@Win

Hi Win and welcome to OCM
No problems whatsoever. works just great.
Do you have the comp'?

It is a standard.
Took all the HP parts from my S1K, have the rims painted blue and added some nice mods to it as well :)

It sits still at the dealer, almost ready to ride!

Mods I have done so far...
Rims blue
HP sticker set (some will not fit on the belly pan
Stomp grip
Carbon hugger
Xenon and LED
Clipons from Wunderlich (wider since I am 194cm)
HP levers
HP rear set
Fender eliminator kit
Double bubble
Radiator guard Cox (blue)
Front chain protector
Race seat from http://www.raceseats.it  TRY IT...it is sooo much better for on the track..
B&G Frame and Axle sliders
GB racing Engine covers

Mods I am planning for:
Front suspension linkage 2D
Different springs 10,5 front and 95 rear (Wilbers)
Reverse shifting


That's awesome.. looks sounds like a beautiful bike. Love the GB covers.. great product.
I know about the seat I heard there great.
And if you really want to trick it out I have the carbon belly pan for you lol
Waiting on the race body and paint before I put anything else..
You track your bike? Come on Mar 09/10 for my B day weekend.



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Re: Re: Meet #569
« Reply #21 on: 02/10/13 07:13AM »

That's awesome.. looks sounds like a beautiful bike. Love the GB covers.. great product.
I know about the seat I heard there great.
And if you really want to trick it out I have the carbon belly pan for you lol
Waiting on the race body and paint before I put anything else..
You track your bike? Come on Mar 09/10 for my B day weekend.



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Yep I use it on the track and on the street.
Standard BMW seat is very slippery and this seat gives you much more control and feeling with the bike.
Would love to join but I am from the Netherlands, so that will be a bit challenging for me :32:
Carbon belly pan sounds interesting....if you really want to sell, you can send me a PM?
By the way if you put the race body on, do you keep the design the same?
« Last Edit: 02/10/13 07:16AM by @Win »

 

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