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A few of the parts were already on the bike when I bought it!  Love the Acerbis Hand Guards! 
They were already on the bike along with the radiator cover, pazzoracing levers, and coolant cover!  Also the Nelson Riggs bag and the rear fender delete kit. No sure of brand. It does have a different front brake resivor, its like the back resivor. Also Pirelli MT60's front and rear. I did add the V-Stream mid hieght smoke windscreen and holy cow what a difference. I am reworking the seat myself as you can see. I'll add more pics when it's finished. Turn signals and exhaust are the next mods. 
 
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ONYXF1R3
Nice bike ya got there man. Are those lights in your hand guards? If so do they turn on with the bike or are they switched? I haven't seen those before so it's pretty interesting.
 

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ONYXF1R3
Nice bike ya got there man. Are those lights in your hand guards? If so do they turn on with the bike or are they switched? I haven't seen those before so it's pretty interesting.
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That is awesome! Thanks for taking the pics with the lights on. Are they a lot of help at night? They look like they are angled enough to really light up the road for ya.
 

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JB8201
That is awesome! Thanks for taking the pics with the lights on. Are they a lot of help at night? They look like they are angled enough to really light up the road for ya.
I haven't rode at night yet, I am a new rider for the street and only have a permit!  So I can't tell you. But the lights do pivet so you can angle them in or out as desired. 

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faffi
Do you have some detail photos showing how the Acerbis are fitted to the bike?

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wiltil
Real nice. What about that window?

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JB8201
Real nice. What about that window?
It's the National Cycle V-Stream windshield. It the light smoke medium height!  Love it!  I'm a small and at 60mph I felt like I was going to be blown off the bike. It directs the wind right to my shoulders and above.  
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JB8201
 
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My replacement used tank came in today!  Swapped them out!  Bike is in perfect shape now. The only way I knew the tank was dented was the gas cap sat lower on the right side then the left with the trim ring by 1/16 to 1/8th inch. It bugged me! Kentucky Salvage on eBay fast shipping and good price. Under 90.00 bucks delivered 
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faffi
Congrats on the fuel tank! And thank you for the images - I don't think they will work well for me because I already use most of the end weights to give room for my hands, and the Acerbis will practically limit my space to that of the grips themselves. But thanks again for taking the trouble to post!!
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noah
how did that seat turn out?? thats probably next on my list but idk if I will do that on my own or get someone who can actually do it correctly to do so
 

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bkk
Really like those tires, which are they? Do you get off pavement much and how does the stock suspension hold up? Thanks.

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