Yanahmeans build

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  • #22585
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    yanahmean
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    06 cbr600rr started out stretched in need a of few maintenance items like battery n chain n such.. more to come .

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    How far you got her stretched? What are you planning on doing?

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    @Yanahmean #1 figure out photobucket… #2 post pics! LOL!

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    Or just upload them as attachments.

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    Ok so ill give you the run down az it went and where im at.. wish I would have taken more pics along the way but I didn’t cause im not patient ..
    This was when I got it.. before I touched it

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    It was stretched 6in this is the extension that was used

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    It originally only needed a battery n chain but once I saw the brakes n tires I changed them out as well.. I did this myself and had no clue what I was doing but my car sitting next to was complicated n I figured it out so how hard could it be .. I got to this point and sat back to take this pic and said uh-oh can I put it back together?? And confidently said SSUURREE! Why not

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    After figuring out that when stretched its lowered as well and this is it slightly lowered and then how it is now


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    This pic is from early in the season when my bike was still lowered same as @dubv .. as you can see they are identical in height ..

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    I since put on a -1 +2 sprockets (it was already +2) so I put the -1 .. I also did a speedohealer and a power commander with soft grip pro grips n some stickers to make it really fast lmao.. and it already had the flush mounts n fender eliminater kit on it when I got it..

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    @yanahmean that last pic is BAD ASS!! That was an awesome ride… Damn near got rained on too. I miss “My Other Bitch”!

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    The best part about it is its not that far away n we can go back anytime … unless my girl gets this job that I thought was in Rockville but is really in dover Delaware

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    Looking good. Congrats on figuring out Photobucket, lmao. I like the unstretched look alot better….the red diamond plate was kinda cheesy looking – just my 2 cents. Cant wait to see the new paint!

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    Why thank u.. the un stretched look is was better.. plus I can do wheelies lol

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    +1 for wheelies!!!

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    I about puked when i saw that swing arm cover..lol .cudos for saving that bike from a kook, sorry people , i dont care for stretched bikes at all. looks so much better now Yani ..

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    Lol @bambam I hear ya.. at first I like the stretched then I found out the lack of handling and ditched it then discovered wheelies now ill never stretch one

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    +1 for more wheelies!!! LOL that stretch shit is for those Gixxer clowns!

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    bambam:
    I about puked when i saw that swing arm cover..lol.cudos for saving that bike from a kook, sorry people , i dont care for stretched bikes at all. looks so much better now Yani ..

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    Yeah did the previous owner use scrap metal after he finished his all red steel honda civic floor mats?

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    @admin I dunno I got the bike off the second owner.. he only.had the bike no car but its possible the first owner did something of the sort

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    Im just glad to be able to do things lime this… although this pic was taken early in the year I did get better specially in 2ndthe gear but this is my only pic…

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    Went down to summit point race track and had my suspensioned tuned on monday.. if I say so myself what a difference. The bike was so far off from the previous owner lowering it and crap now it rides like it shoild for my weight .. I would recommend it to all riders to have a professional adjust their suspension to their body weight and riding position

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    @yanahmean who did you use? do you have their contact information?

    The swingarm cover would have stopped me from even considering to buy the bike lol Looks great now!

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    A guy named kenny.. I do have his conyact info.. he wont be at summit anymore this year but he located near bmore.. ill put up his info later when I get home from work

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    +1, I had a pro set up the suspension on my old F2 and it made a world of difference.

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    My newest addition to the bike compliments of @admin

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    For suspension tuning the guys contact info is..

    Kenny martin
    Kenny@mrpmotorsports.com

    8154 ritchie highway, suite b
    Pasaden, md 21122
    410-544-5113 866-599-5205
    http://Www.mrpmotorsports.com

    @crash

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    Like the spools @Yanahmean. I asked Dad for a set of stands for Christmas. Fingers crossed.

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    @dubv yea waiting on the stand tho.. I see I forgot to use photobucket again lol

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    Heres them on the bike

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