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Cabin Fever setting in

I think it is the short days and being inside too much. I keep looking for projects to do on my bike. While in the garage on Monday I got to looking at the gear shifter lever and brake lever. They do not go with the bike now. I do not like the seem on them left by the mold. So now I am in the process of smoothing this out and might try to match the paint to the swingarm. I need my own cnc machine so I could start to make my own parts. God that would be fun.
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Andrew here's what you need : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnIvhlKT7SY
I saw that clip years back. Thanks for reminding me. Could you just imagine the fun you could have with that machine. I would have rebuilt my bike twice
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Just order the parts for the F4CC, They are milled from billet....

I could provide a them off a bike I am parting out ....shipping from Cartersville Georgia shouldn't be much.

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Whatever you do with the money, Ed, don't donate any to an Independent South Carolina.

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Just order the parts for the F4CC, They are milled from billet....

I could provide a them off a bike I am parting out ....shipping from Cartersville Georgia shouldn't be much.
I like those very much. I am trying not spend any more on the bike this spring and just make one large purchase. The plan is to finally upgrade the exhaust to a set of Bodis.
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Looking forward to hearing those in October Andrew. Some say they are very loud, I'd like to see what all the fuss is about.

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I have the same concerns. Loud is only relative to the person saying it I guess. I do hope I am not one which decides they are too loud and end up selling.
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I think it is the short days and being inside too much. I keep looking for projects to do on my bike. While in the garage on Monday I got to looking at the gear shifter lever and brake lever. They do not go with the bike now. I do not like the seem on them left by the mold. So now I am in the process of smoothing this out and might try to match the paint to the swingarm. I need my own cnc machine so I could start to make my own parts. God that would be fun.
I know.....story of my life!!
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