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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-07-2019, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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Khaki Green Bobber Black

Picked it up early August and have about 1800 miles so far. Such a great bike!

Mods:
- khaki green tank (swapped at dealer)
- forward controls
- Motone ribbed black shift peg
- Corbin seat in smoke bomber jacket with diamond stitching (took a ride to Hollister factory)
- a few Triumph badges
- R&G Racing sliders
- British Customs straight pipes
- NRC 360 front LED turn signals
- NRC tail tidy with seat undermount LED turn signals
- A&J Cycles airbox delete kit (Sprint filters, Viba cover)
- smaller blue tinted mirrors bought on Amazon
- Fox shock

Ok, gotta go out for a ride !
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-07-2019, 07:31 PM
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Awesome Job Dude!
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Welcome!

And yes, a great bike, well done.

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Looks good, created a nice slim look with the smaller BC pipes and the airbox mod. You running smooth without an ECU flash or piggy back? I've read that it can get kind of jerky on the throttle with some popping on overrun and be a little lean as well. They just unlocked the bike over at tune ECU and you can reflash the bike with a bluetooth adapter. You can also go the simple fix way with a booster plug , it's cheap and some guys say it helps. Havent seen an AF map though.

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Looks good, created a nice slim look with the smaller BC pipes and the airbox mod. You running smooth without an ECU flash or piggy back? I've read that it can get kind of jerky on the throttle with some popping on overrun and be a little lean as well. They just unlocked the bike over at tune ECU and you can reflash the bike with a bluetooth adapter. You can also go the simple fix way with a booster plug , it's cheap and some guys say it helps. Havent seen an AF map though.
All iíve done is the 12 minute tune. The bike actually runs well, and sounds great, and the only pops are on deceleration. Feels smooth and strong. I am sure there are some improvements to be had though. Have been thinking about Tune ECU as a next step, just want to make sure I fully understand it first so I donít mess things up!
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GREAT looking bike and a heckuva start on mods! Well done and welcome to the group.

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GREAT looking bike and a heckuva start on mods! Well done and welcome to the group.
Thanks...Glad to be here ✌🏼
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great looking bike and a heckuva start on mods! Well done and welcome to the group.
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