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post #1811 of 1825 (permalink) Old 07-01-2019, 10:11 AM
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post #1812 of 1825 (permalink) Old 07-04-2019, 06:30 AM
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I applaud MV for equipping the new RC's with a SC exhaust. It probably makes sense to use the low mount that the RC comes with, but in my mind the rear race spec system make the bike look correct. Maybe they could have used the tapered can Ti silencer like they use on the race bikes and not the large carbon unit? The high mount is not a good solution for a pillion or for turn signals but it looks correct and makes rear wheel changes easy as well. The carbon can looks bulky in comparison, surely it is very light weight. Nice bike BTW sneaky. Cheers


Yup! That's what I figured as well. For pillion footpegs to even exist on the bike, the exhaust can't be high mounted really, so that answers that

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Making the most of the weather we are currently experiencing in Wales....some of the best roads in the UK right here.
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post #1814 of 1825 (permalink) Old 07-04-2019, 12:06 PM
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Mighty fine bike, Highside43! Identical to mine

Question: Did you mount the RC brake lever yourself? I am struggling to fit mine, since the pin in the Nissin master cylinder pump is too long for it and it doesnt seem very detachable.

My F3 800RC 2018 came with the stock F3 levers installed and the RC levers separately in the bling-crate.

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Question: Did you mount the RC brake lever yourself? I am struggling to fit mine, since the pin in the Nissin master cylinder pump is too long for it and it doesnt seem very detachable.
No, shop fitted them for me so sorry, can't help you there.
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No, shop fitted them for me so sorry, can't help you there.

Ah I see, thank you anyway
Could you perhaps take a photo of the master cylinder up-close and PM me (not to deviate from this thread too much)?
The part where the Master cylinder pump meets the lever is what interests me.

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Sunny weather,
20 degree celcius...perfect riding weather.
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post #1818 of 1825 (permalink) Old 07-14-2019, 08:35 PM
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Got my new Termignoni high mount exhaust installed and made a new tail tidy from some Lightech and Rizoma parts with Motogadget blaze pin. Previously had a FM's project exhaust. Have to say that the sound of the new termi is far deeper and nicer sounding than the FM projects which was just droney and loud.







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post #1819 of 1825 (permalink) Old 08-05-2019, 05:33 AM
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In action @Rudskogen in Norway

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Last one is from the most recent session. No pesky rear indicators installed Swapped it out with the DesignCorse integrated tail-light indicators (connector modifications needed).
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@F3-Matt , how do you like your bar end mirrors? Can they do the job in a busy city?

Just picked up a new helmet from a guy on craigslsit who used it once before enlisting. AGV Corsa R in my exact size/color, $700 worth of lid for $300!
Always been a base-model kinda guy with helmets, so this was a nifty upgrade.
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