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Very nice! Manic, where did you get the Abba Adapter for the F3? When I rang them they said they didn't do one.
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Very nice! Manic, where did you get the Abba Adapter for the F3? When I rang them they said they didn't do one.
My bike has been lowered, and the abba just works...the adapters for the f3 are the same as the brutale.

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What do th r&g ones look like?

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Standard on the left, R&G on the right
You know, I think they both look good.
Hmmm....

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You know, I think they both look good.
Hmmm....
When I purchased the bike there were three things that just had to immediately go

1) Rear foot rests
2) Standard number plate and bracket
3) Standard exhaust
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When I purchased the bike there were three things that just had to immediately go

1) Rear foot rests
2) Standard number plate and bracket
3) Standard exhaust
1. Gone (on lhs I've got a disk lock holder though...)
2. Maybe. Depends on cost.
3. Genuine Q: why? The standards look great. Sound could be deeper, but is quite loud already. Bike is already *way* faster than me.

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The F3 really is tiny. The RVF looks quite big beside her!

Just the seat is about 2" higher.

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