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Mid year Xmas. Parts for F4.

Thought I'd take some pics to share with you all.
This first set shows some moto corse rear sets and MV Corse stand.
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Very nice! The bike is looking good!!
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Very nice, I notice that you exhaust wrap your midpipe, did you exhaust wrap the headers as well?

The Riding Horse ti-headers is very close to the oil heat exchanger and I might use exhaust wrap on the headers to protect the coolant lines.

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Gorgeous looking bike...

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Very nice, I notice that you exhaust wrap your midpipe, did you exhaust wrap the headers as well?

The Riding Horse ti-headers is very close to the oil heat exchanger and I might use exhaust wrap on the headers to protect the coolant lines.
I just wrapped the link pipe. This was to protect the Ohlins hydraulic preload adjuster that is pretty close to the link pipe. You can see some more pictures of this on page one and two of my photo album.
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Nice one D..

Have you thought about changing the early Brembo rim decal for the later type March Forged decals as used on the new Ducati and MV rims ..

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did the dog come with the bike?
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did the dog come with the bike?
That's his ace technician, Scooter. Supervises every thing Dave does to his bikes to make sure he doesn't screw something up.....right Dave?

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lol The Griffon is just awesome, he does look like a little ewok

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