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Detailed Indicators and other bits

You know you have it bad when you start 'customising' custom parts!!. Anyway a while back I fitted some Rizoma Avio turn signals (indicators) to my Brutale and made some 'backing (mounting) plates'. http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...ghlight=rizoma however there was something about the alloy disc on the end of each indicator that I felt could be 'reworked' to be more in keeping with other details visible on my bike...so without much 'further a do' here are some photos to show what I mean along with other 'bits' I made as well for my bike only. Brian.
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Brian I am at a loss for words. Stunning attention to detail as usual.

Hope you had a good Chritmas and I wish you a Merry New Year.

If it is ok with you, I will drop you a PM in the New Year to sound you out on a couple of things.

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You are not a well man, Brian. Talented beyond belief, but not well.

That's not a stock plastic carbon fiber air foil is it?
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I've said it before Brian, move in next to me man. Great work work mate, I wish I had your skill and........

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Brian, you need to lie down in a darkened room!!!

I'm beginning to think that you have way too much time on your hands!

Beautiful touches, mate- happy new year!!!

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Well, they say the devil is in the detail and your bike is "pure evil" Brian: )

Just one more mod required..a nice double wrap of duct tape to keep the headlamp glass on...Silver or black the choice is yours lol

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You are not a well man, Brian. Talented beyond belief, but not well.

That's not a stock plastic carbon fiber air foil is it?
Thanks guys for all your kind comments...they're very much appreciated. I'm sure it's quite obvious I probably get as much pleasure out of 'tinkering' with my bikes as I do riding them (I'm gonna blame the bad weather in N Ireland !)...and I can always see things I want to do. When there is nothing left to do...I get another bike and 'start again'.
Yes Carl that air foil IS stock..and is 'on my list'. You had a carbon one for sale recently on Ebay...but I missed it, so if you get another one....
I got some 'new' stuff for Christmas, and am currently fitting it, so some more 'posts' (and therapy) coming soon, stay tuned. Brian
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