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    Talking Finished DR200 Semi-conversion

    Got the front fender for Mrs. & PFC. Crash's 200. Here's the before:



    and the after:



    PFC Crash installed: ProTapers, Acerbis Stealth handguards, ProGrips, Acerbis SM Fender.

    Capt Crash installed: UFO Enduro Rear Fender, Acerbis Dimension Headlight, Avon Distanzias, EBC Brake pads (race), ShortStalk Turn Signals Front & Rear, CoolSpots for illumnation on license plate.

    Mrs. Crash made all design/color/equipment choices.

    Great family adventure!

    One more just 'cause:



    LIFE IS GOOD.
    Capt Crash
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    Looks like a fun bike and a fun project. Well done!
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    Thumbs up Nice work......

    that headlight is much better looking than the stock...... its cool your family helped with the project................

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    I told them "it ain't yours 'til you take a wrench to it"! They took me at my word.

    And I shouldn't short change my Son's involvement, he was integral in getting the rear fender and headlight installed--I just played with the wiring.
    Capt Crash
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    '10 Honda Phantom (Hey, it's fun to ride circles around RoadKings...)


    Somebody, wake up Hicks...

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    I plan on doing something like that for my wife, once she learns how to ride . That way I wont have to keep hearing were am I suppose to sit.

    later
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    Cool part is: she was a lot more open to buying the 320mm rotor and steel lines for my DRz once we started modifying HER bike!
    Capt Crash
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    '10 Honda Phantom (Hey, it's fun to ride circles around RoadKings...)


    Somebody, wake up Hicks...

    http://www.HowzitDoneCrash.com

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    the neon color really makes it stand out, where did you find it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wornknobby3
    the neon color really makes it stand out, where did you find it?

    It's Acerbis Yellow! I was surprised when it arrived, I was expecting a more orange yellow but it's very yellow. The fork boots are dull and that really makes the new stuff pop.
    Capt Crash
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    '10 Honda Phantom (Hey, it's fun to ride circles around RoadKings...)


    Somebody, wake up Hicks...

    http://www.HowzitDoneCrash.com

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    i think it would look better with white fender and mask... or get the yellow tank and tail/panels to complete it..
    SUPER MOFO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astroman
    i think it would look better with white fender and mask... or get the yellow tank and tail/panels to complete it..
    x2
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