2007 Black and Orange Reflective Graffiti CBR600RR

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  • #35992
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    Very nice work, Trevor!

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    Very well done! Looks awesome! Great attention to detail!

    #35996
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    Thank you guys! I appreciate the compliments!

    #36389
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    New chain, sprockets and sprocket nuts!

    Bought myself a chain breaker and riveter tool from Cycle Gear and finally got this stuff on.

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    You gotta love Driven, for offering their products in so many color options… I’m an AFAM/D.I.D man all the way, for racing, but in the future, I might go with Driven products on the street bike, to add a little more flair! I did run a Driven 520 rear for a while, because I ended up with it as a spare, and I was quite happy with its durability.

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    Looks good man! Did you make sure you got the steel sprocket? I screwed that up and got the aluminum one the first time.

    #36426
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    Thank you! The front sprocket is steel but the rear is aluminum. What happened with yours?

    #36427
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    To be exact the rear sprocket is hard anodized aluminum.

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    bike looks awesome Trevor- Bike of the Month entry?

    #36526
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    I had my rear tire slightly skewed and I tore that sucker up in less than 4000 miles. I fixed the adjustment about 1500 miles in but I was on my long cross country trip. I went ahead and ordered a steel sprocket and changed it (even though they recommend to change it all)

    Here is what mine looked like when I took it off. The anodizing wore off also. Not sure if it will last longer on the steel one. We’ll see

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    @bambam said:
    bike looks awesome Trevor- Bike of the Month entry?

    Thanks! Not sure if I will. That SummerTime theme is throwing me off a bit. Maybe i’ll roll to the beach and snap a pic.

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    @spdygak Looks like that could have happened to a steel sprocket as well. I’ll make sure to double check my alignment. Plus I need to adjust my slack, the chain looks a bit too tight.

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    Well. It definitely wouldn’t have happened that fast. I know chain slack has a lot to do with it too. I just didn’t realize I got aluminum. Not racing and not too worried about the small amount of extra weight. :)

    #36627
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    Rear sets test fit and chain slack adjusted

    A few shots to show you guys how the rear sets look mounted. This is only a test fit.

    Still waiting on my gear shift arm so the bike is still under construction.



    #36630
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    Man. I’m so impressed with this bike! I had to log in and look since in mostly mobile

    #36632
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    Thank you. I’ve been having a lot of fun with these mods. More to come!

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    God damn im jealous…. How is the midpipe holding up with that paint? @trevrr and why not paint the cat with the same paint to give it the somewhat same glossy look as the mid pipe?? Im wanna do the same to my cat and my toce mid pipe

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    @09redblackrr said:
    God damn im jealous…. How is the midpipe holding up with that paint? @trevrr and why not paint the cat with the same paint to give it the somewhat same glossy look as the mid pipe?? Im wanna do the same to my cat and my toce mid pipe

    I was too chicken to use the same engine enamel that I used on the mid pipe on the cat. I believe the cat gets hotter than the mid pipe and so the higher temp spray paint I used on the cat does not come in a gloss or low gloss enamel.

    #37067
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    I love this angle so I had to post it up.

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    @travrr me likes the angle too! Sharp looking bike mayn! Love the rear sets.

    #37069
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    Thanks man! Ordered a couple new goodies recently and I should have them in a couple weeks :-)

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    @trevrr can’t wait to see them. I am going to wait until winter to work on my bike. I took the scratched decals off mine when I bought it and fixed random wiring issues but nothing big yet. I am having a hard time coming up with theme or style to go with on the body/paint. Kudos on the individualism of your dope ass ride!

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    @theredrecket It will come to you bro. I was starting on a different scheme and then out of nowhere the idea hit me.

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    @TrevRR said:
    @theredrocket It will come to you bro. I was starting on a different scheme and then out of nowhere the idea hit me.

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    New carbon fiber tank cover panels

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    NICE!!! :wink:

    #37321
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    love it!

    #37324
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    Thanks guys! Looking to get some more carbon fiber pieces in the future.

    #37332
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    Those are sweeeeeeeet!

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    Thank you, sir! New levers coming soon :-)

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