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What did you do to your Yamaha FZ-07 today?

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Guru
How did you transport it? On a pickup truck or did you trailer it?

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hobbs
Back of my Ford Ranger, 5 ratchet straps.. snug as a bug the whole way.
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Everything went braap.

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nmucat
The CARB compliance only relates to California and possibly other states that have yearly inspections. Not something your average street cop is going to deal with. If your concerned add the cat to the system and keep baffles/db killer in the system.

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GAZ
Wait isn't motorcycles exempt from smog in Cali?

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hippiebikerchick
Wait isn't motorcycles exempt from smog in Cali?
As of this writing, yes.

Illegitimi non carborundum

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mhakkola
Getting ready for a trip to vancouver and then onto washington. I put on my yamaha saddle bags and a kreiga us30 on the back seat (I originally bought the yamaha top case but didn't like the idea of slight modification to the bike).
 
I plan to get a tank bag later.
 
Waiting on my puig windshield (small one).
 
http://s1280.photobucket.com/user/Mika_Hakkola/media/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_20140820_142501_zps1df3118f.jpg.html
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nmucat
I added the front and rear mesh to the vents.
 
Oh and got my bike featured on Yamaha's facebook page.
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cassecou
The CARB compliance only relates to California and possibly other states that have yearly inspections. Not something your average street cop is going to deal with. If your concerned add the cat to the system and keep baffles/db killer in the system.
Kentucky is sooooo backward, no cars, so no motorcycle inspection, we like to pollute the heck out of the environment. You could drive without an exhaust and no state agency would care.
Not like I want to have my vehicles inspected, and pay the expense attach to it, but come on, in this state and age, there should be a minimum of compliance to the world standards. We don't even separate our trash. Again, it's Kentucky for you. I am so glad California is taking care of it for us :D.
 

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afwestpunk
the Experienced Rider Course is great for breaking in your bike
 

"It takes an idiot to do cool things; that's why it's cool" - FLCL

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The Truth
I added pictures to my writeup 
http://fz07.org/post/6774/thread
I'm still visiting you in PA because i don't have a Dremel (rofl) :D 

"Shoot? I'm a hippie. The only thing I've shot is acid. I heard of a dude snorted it once. Thought his nose was a kangaroo and the moon was a dog! WOOH!" - The Truth (GTA San Andreas)
 

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Lusiphur
HAHAHAHAHAHA
 
I'd be happy to help out.  
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hobbs
Put the front cowl on and installed the front fork and swingarm OES sliders. Frame sliders tomorrow when I have a 17mm driver.

Everything went braap.

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hippiebikerchick
Hubs and I installed the tail tidy from Rotaryryan24. It looks great! Now I need the license plate holder Cruizin's been threatening us with.

Illegitimi non carborundum

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aeisan
I made the odometer not say 0 anymore. :)
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Life is good on 2 wheels!

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jerryv
Guru
Thanks for the pictures !

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Guest unknown
We need more photos of them washing your bike...you know, for "how to" purposes
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TwistedTorque
Installed OES sliders, front and rear axle spools. Rode 300 miles to break her in :)

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jerryv
We need more photos of them washing your bike...you know, for "how to" purposes
I may have more detailed photo instructions.  It said Bikini bike wash, but they used sponges .. what's that all about.
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njdevils1990
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Added a 4th digit.
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2003 Buell XB9R (2011-2011) Crashed
2009 Buell 1125CR (2011-2013) Sold
2015 Yamaha FZ-07 (2014-?) Current
 
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nmucat
Today I made a radiator protector out of some wire mesh and riveted it into place. Last night I added hi viz yellow rim tape. A few days ago I put on the blue mesh front and rear ( think I posted about it) so I added a pic today.
 
 
 
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mhakkola
Took it in for it's overdue first service. Awesome bike.

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