Bazza's Bike

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Bazza's Bike

Post by Admin on Thu 25 Apr 2013 - 23:04

OK guys and gals , thought I'd post a couple of pics of my Hyo ( which is also the bike you see at the top of each page Very Happy Very Happy )

So this is around 3 weeks after I bought it new in 2007 Wink

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This next one is a couple of years later and the bike then had a seat cowl , led's at the rear , Greggs Customs flush mounts and Trojan mirrors with built-in indicators Very Happy

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This is roughly how it looks now ( got different mirrors now Wink )

Main things are MTC Carbon Oval end can , Skidmarx Double Bubble screen and Renthal MotoX bars

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New mirrors ...... CBR style and shorty Pazzo style levers Very Happy

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Changed the rear led's recently but haven't got any pics just yet and the more eagle eyed amongst you may have noticed the heated grips too Laughing Laughing

Got a few other mods still in the pipeline , so watch this space Wink

Baz

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Re: Bazza's Bike

Post by Cloud. on Sun 24 Nov 2013 - 17:35

What brand heated grips do you have?

Any good?

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Re: Bazza's Bike

Post by Admin on Tue 26 Nov 2013 - 20:10

Grips are Dr.Bike brand £35 from J&S Accessories .............. not bad as heated grips go but if I'm honest , I would rather have some heated gloves as I find the grips just warm my palms , while my fingers still get cold from the wind blast or using the icy levers Wink 

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Re: Bazza's Bike

Post by Cloud. on Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 0:20

Cheers.

I'm sick of the ones with the free-moving wires that get metal fatigue from all the throttle winding and then break. Ideally I wouldn't ride the GTR in the ice anyway, it's not really ideal for it, certainly not as good as my old Virago, which last winter was ploughing through snow 14 inches deep, and slithering around on the ice like a speedway bike.

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