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I’ve come to the end of a six month project on my bike and though I would share a picture of it before and some taken today. It looks and sounds great and I’m really happy with the outcome. Whilst the bike, a white 2016 model only had 2.5k on the clock it had little service history. So I started out by completing a full service; oil / filter, fluids, spark plugs, performance filter, fuel filter, chain and sprockets. It was at this time I decided to go ‘full in’ with a new paint scheme, exhuast (corse headers and QD end cans) and convert to a monoposto. Finished off with a sprinkling of carbon & rizoma parts.
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Wow! Much better looking. Nice colour scheme.
 

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nicely done !!!
how do you like that rider seat cover, I saw it at ebay, can you tell me a little more about it !?(size, fits, material quality, stitching...)
 

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nicely done !!!
how do you like that rider seat cover, I saw it at ebay, can you tell me a little more about it !?(size, fits, material quality, stitching...)
Nice item and a good fit. Recommend removing the stock cover, which as it’s not glued to the foam was nice and easy. I also used a smaller staple to secure, which made for a neater job.
 
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