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With such a beautiful bike, there is very little to change or add. But what did you guys look at changing or adding after you get the TV. I am looking at getting the radiator guard and maybe some protectors, crash protectors or/and fork protectors and then just leave it alone and ride for a while. But would like to hear your thoughts.

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Hi,

Added few things in the following sequence
- RAM ball on the handlebar
- R&G Radiator guard: this was after my first ride. Projections indicated it's a must.
- Puig screen : too noisy without
- CLS Evo Tour : I don't like to have to take care of my chain during week-end trips. It's simply a must for me.
- Roadlok disk lock
- CNC Racing gearshift and brake pedals with foldable toe pegs: I would have started with this if I knew how much it change the rear brake.
- Crash protector (MV Corse for Stradale/Rivale modified to fit the TV)
- Confort seat (1 centimeter less is a big win)

Thinking about few things to complete this :
- Exhaust HP Corse Tre
- Auxiliary anti fog led lights
- position led in the handguards in addition to the DRL light

If I had to change the sequence and to limit to few things, I would start by the Radiator guard, the crash protectors and the pedals set...
 

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Thanks for the reply @MarcSilverTriple.

Taken on board what you suggested, the bike arrives next week and Ill see how it feels over longer days.

Already ordered the R&G radiator and some crash protection, as I thought this was a must. The rest I'll see how she rides, plus I have just spent a small fortune and my wife will kill me if I keep ordering parts...

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+1 on Puig a windscreen. I actually replace every windscreen on every bike I get with a Puig offering. It's an inexpensive and easy mod and makes a big difference in comfort and noise at highway speeds.
 

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- CNC Racing gearshift and brake pedals with foldable toe pegs: I would have started with this if I knew how much it change the rear brake.

- Crash protector (MV Corse for Stradale/Rivale modified to fit the TV)

- Confort seat (1 centimeter less is a big win)



Thinking about few things to complete this :

- Exhaust HP Corse Tre

- Auxiliary anti fog led lights

- position led in the handguards in addition to the DRL light



If I had to change the sequence and to limit to few things, I would start by the Radiator guard, the crash protectors and the pedals set...


How did the toe pedals change the braking? And which ones did you get?
 

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How did the toe pedals change the braking? And which ones did you get?
I took he Pro set, and the foldable toe pegs. The settings allows +/- 1cm from standard position : as a result, I do have the perfect setting, and I do not search the brake pedal anymore; it is where my feet is expecting to find it, and it is much better. And the result is that the rear brake is now very useful.
 

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Is there a moderate chance on the road that there will be radiator damage? I mean, who knows, right?
 

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Is there a moderate chance on the road that there will be radiator damage? I mean, who knows, right?
If you only ride on perfect roads, I guess no. Now, saying this, the radiator is highly exposed and exactly on the way from the from wheel projections, and a stone is enough to damage the radiator. Once rode on a muddy road, and after that I did not thought twice and put an order for the radiator guard...
 
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