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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 04-24-2006, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up CRG mirrors, Rizoma licence mods

Very rainy weekend here in Connecticut allowed me to get the 910R the way I want it.

First thing. Replaced useless stock mirrors with CRG bar ends. I have these on my Guzzi and love them. No modifications needed, take off the bar end weights, install CRG's at the ends and replace...very simple.

Fitted Rizoma Licence plate holder. really cleans up the sweet rear on the Brutale. Those are Kellerman quartz mini turn signals..very bright!

Took off the passenger pegs...not needed on this bike!
Nevermind the chicken strips, only one ride so far.

3 coats of Zaino Brothers wax and she is ready to go!
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Very nice... is lane splitting legal in NY? can those mirrors fold in on-the-flight for the tight spots?

Since you took the pegs off, would replace the pilloin pad with a seat cowl?

again, very nice bike!

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Very nice! Get yourself a registery submission and get those pictures in :-)
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Very nice John. I like the mirrors...may need to put on a pair. Sounds very simple. I just took mine out for a short ride after all that rain...finally had a little break in the weather. I'd swear the engine is loosening up and it's getting faster
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Very nice... is lane splitting legal in NY? can those mirrors fold in on-the-flight for the tight spots?

Since you took the pegs off, would replace the pilloin pad with a seat cowl?

again, very nice bike!
No lane splitting in NY, only in California, but they are the "lane splitter" models so they do fold in.

As far as the seat cowl, YES! What are my options??? CF or just black would be nice. Who carries them?
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Wow, I can't imagine no splitting, that totally defeats the advantage of riding a bike in traffic...

anyway, Olive has a seat cowl and I think CR910 has one too they both look like the same make...

1 of CR910's thread with pix http://mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=1084

Olive's pix http://mvagusta.net/gallery/olive

maybe you can ask them? or try Pirate's...

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looks sweet...cant wait to see it in person
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added pictures to the registry submission!
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Beautiful...just beautiful
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Nice photos John. Well worth the wait I presume.


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. Come to think of it I don't have a garage since the old one burnt down!
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But.....a new one is currently rising from the ashes......watch this space!
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