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New Arrival 1090RR

Just picked her up today and started running her in, all I can say is wow....so comfy, easy to ride, great handling, superb brakes, plenty of power even just up to 6k revs. Really flexible engine, fuelling and throttle response perfect

Now just considering the list of initial mods, as a minimum would like;

full exhaust and ecu
adjustable levers
single seat cover
belly pan
tail tidy + indicators

and more to follow...for sure there is plenty of inspiration with all the fantastic bikes on here
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WOW, nice bike. love the colour scheme, but please don't start with the mods, because once started, you won't be able to stop!

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Looking very nice!

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Looks great mate, love the colours.

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Good onya Mate, congratulations and love that colour scheme too
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Great looking bike same as my Mates.Now for the mods and the headaches with fueling and dollars.My Mate has bought all of the above in your list and is just contemplating the exhaust route but we have put him of doing at the moment.Do a lot of research first .

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That looks lovely

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Arent't the levers already adjustable on the RR? I know mine are

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Arent't the levers already adjustable on the RR? I know mine are
thanks guys, all is going well, first service next week now when they can fit me in


levers are adjustable...just not enough for my preference though. I have some Oberon on my other bike and they adjust a lot more

so far, running in, up to 8k revs and fuelling, throttle response is all good

to be honest i just want a bit more noise for now, might just go for some slip ons and run like that for a while....mmmm...decisions
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