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Old October 13th, 2022, 12:02 PM   #1
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Haven't been on here in a bit since my main is now Ninja400Riders.org.

In the last year, I highsided my salvaged Ninja 400 at Apex, which then I had to have the engine welded to repair damage that compounded the damage from the previous owner. Fixed it up and got it running, and sold it. Bought another N400 in better shape, and put a lot into it. Here's a few photos of it from a few month back.
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Old October 13th, 2022, 05:20 PM   #2
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Looking awesome!!! Any mods yet?

I may just buy a totaled one through copart. Some really good pricing for just cosmetic damage. I would replace all bodywork with CF race parts anyway, so I don't care about bodywork or lights or bent bars. Saw one that had entire ignition-switch bashed off fork-clamp!
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Old October 13th, 2022, 05:41 PM   #3
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Thanks!

Extensive mods, if you can't tell by the photos alone.

GP Suspension Carts
GSXR Rear Shock and Norton Adapters
Brembo Front Rotor
DP Front Pads
13/42 Superlite / Vortex gearing with X-ring chain
Norton Lightweight Rear Rotor
Norton Race Spec Clutch Kit with Barnett Springs and Plates
Norton Spec Galfer Superbike Lines
Norton Exhaust Bracket
Norton Voltage Regulator Relocation Bracket
Norton PAIR Block Off
Norton Magnetic Drain Bolt
Norton Supersport Seat
Norton Titanium Drilled Hardware
Norton Steering stop w/impact zone
High flow air filter
MotoD 90˚ Valve stems
Samco Radiator Hoses
MGP Adjustable Rearsets
Captive Caliper Bracket
Fast Frank Captive Spacers
Adjustable Folding Levers
Clip-ons
Bar End Weights
Rear Brake Reservoir Delete
Rear Cowl
Slip-on exhaust (amazon, bike didn't have a muffler when I bought it lol)
Anti-gravity battery
Radiator Guard
Mirror Block Off Plates
Integrated LED Tail Light
Swingarm Mounted License Plate Bracket
X-grip RAM Phone Mount
R6 Short Throw Throttle
GB Racing Engine Covers
Yoshimura Rearset Relocation Plates
Pirelli TD

Not pictured/Installed yet:

Hotbodies Race Bodywork w/superbike tail (Electric Teal)
LacoMoto Race Bodywork (Spare bodywork and tank) (Dark Blue)
Puig Race Windscreen (Clear)
Soft Pull Throttle Return Spring
Woodcraft Axle Sliders
Woodcraft Keyless Ignition Delete
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Old October 17th, 2022, 08:38 PM   #4
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OOooohhhhh, that blue is pretty! Good looking bike!
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Old October 17th, 2022, 11:26 PM   #5
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OOooohhhhh, that blue is pretty! Good looking bike!
Thanks!

It's actually an OEM color too!
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