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Getting a wee bit flash there Lionel . :jawdrop: ....Have you got a mount for the vapor??

No, do I need one?

The description said it comes with all mountig hardware.

I have been lashing out lately.

I also got a CW BB kit too along with a new battery, .48 springs and some 60 mm pivot pegz. And a new gear lever, I found with the pivot pegz the +1 msr lever was too long to be comfortable.

I should mention to, that the .48's feel way different to the .52/.44 combo.

My front end now feels super stable with the .44's and my own custom valve job.

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No, do I need one?

The description said it comes with all mountig hardware.

I have been lashing out lately.

I also got a CW BB kit too along with a new battery, .48 springs and some 60 mm pivot pegz. And a new gear lever, I found with the pivot pegz the +1 msr lever was too long to be comfortable.

I should mention to, that the .48's feel way different to the .52/.44 combo.

My front end now feels super stable with the .44's and my own custom valve job.

The vapor mount in the kit is very average.....I reckon the one in post #44 is the go...got one on my E....

Check this thread.....http://www.thumperta...0#entry10240677

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The vapor mount in the kit is very average.....I reckon the one in post #44 is the go...got one on my E....

Check this thread.....http://www.thumperta...0#entry10240677

Im not sure if that will work with mine as I have bar risers.

I will have a look when I get home and see where the holes are.

I think there off set to get around the OEM bar mounts but I cant remember.

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That will wake up the big girl up. :smirk: ..What pipe have you got?

Still have the RS2 on at the moment, but I've been listening to all the loud Harleys around the city over the last week, and mine sounds very quiet compared to them.....so an MRD be ordered in the not so distant future, lol.

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Hot cams, FCR, MCCT, cam chain.......for now, lol.

Just ordered new valves and spring kit......damn Internet shopping! Lol.

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New rear tire

Oil Change

Removed Clutch Safety Switch

Replaced horn with FIAMM Freeway Blaster Low

Also showed my 2 year old how to have fun finishing off a worn out tire :)

howtofinishatire.jpg

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