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Thanks all! I'm sold. Assuming the holes are pre-drilled on the 1078RR, but will confirm that tomorrow when there's more light and less BAC

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Holes are pre-drilled, you will need the correct sized well-nuts which are easy to find.

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Should be M5 wellnuts.......
Had a hugger installed.......doesn't do anything.....shock still gets splattered
Hell, at low speeds stuff gets thrown on my rider seat, Brutale 910R

Sold the huggers

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Should be M5 wellnuts.......
Had a hugger installed.......doesn't do anything.....shock still gets splattered
Hell, at low speeds stuff gets thrown on my rider seat, Brutale 910R

Sold the huggers
Hey did I buy one from you WAAAYYYYY back? Yea I get stuff om my seat as well and often wonder if it works. Kinda sick of looking at it.

UPDATE: I purchased a new Corse hugger early on in 2009 from DiabloM3, he had a pearl white F4 at the time.

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...and a very nice cush-drive/sprocket combo - back to the Gen1 versions....nicely done
Yes, that was pretty much needed in my mind. BDS kit. My sprocket was precessing pretty bad, and I had the extra oem dampers, but didn't want to replace them again in 3000 miles. This is better engineering and prettier, though pricey! I plan on keeping this bike a long time, figured she was worth it.
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Also - if you take off your rear passenger pegs, I recommend wholeheartedly the Sato Racing Race hooks

https://mygpracing.com/product/sato-...-brutale-2010/

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Also - if you take off your rear passenger pegs, I recommend wholeheartedly the Sato Racing Race hooks

https://mygpracing.com/product/sato-...-brutale-2010/
Couldn't agree more - been using Sato kit for a while
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Also - if you take off your rear passenger pegs, I recommend wholeheartedly the Sato Racing Race hooks

https://mygpracing.com/product/sato-...-brutale-2010/
I made my own-clean and simple out of aluminum bar stock.

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