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Old November 17th, 2011, 05:05 AM   #41
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Hey what dis you do for your tail light / license plate?
There's a mounting bracket that holds everything to the rear grab bar. After taking off the rear plastic, I just remounted everything to the bracket, then grab bar, then frame. Its all still on there.
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Old November 17th, 2011, 07:43 AM   #42
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So you took the oem lights out of the tail section then? Got any pics of the rear?
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Old November 17th, 2011, 08:32 AM   #43
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So you took the oem lights out of the tail section then? Got any pics of the rear?
Yeah. I'll try to post some tonite. I can't figure how to post pics from my phone. Mobile web is kinda limited.
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Old November 17th, 2011, 02:44 PM   #44
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I like this one:



But I also like all the other ones listed
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Old November 18th, 2011, 10:39 PM   #45
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So I got some free time this evening and have started the process of making my ninjette worthy of the Franken-Ninjette name. I'm about 3/4 of the way done fabricating a 2:1 exhaust out of the stock on my '06 and an exhaust off of a '10 Ninjette. All I have left is the welding which I'll be be doing tomorrow, so I'll have some pics up by evening.

Overall the process is going much more smoothly than I had anticipated. I've put about 5 hours into it so far, and like I said I'm more than half way there. Not expecting a whole lot performing wise, but it definitely looks better.
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Old November 19th, 2011, 06:25 PM   #46
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Alright. I got it done. Mostly... It has a couple of leaks where I welded the '06 pipes to the New-Gen midpipe. My welding skills leave a lot to be desired. Planning to take it by a muffler/welding shop Monday to see what they could do. Regardless, it runs great and definitely feels like it pulls harder. But maybe I'm biased.



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Old November 19th, 2011, 07:05 PM   #47
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What did you do to get that muffler to work? The headers from the new-gen are smaller diameter than those from the pre-gen, and there's cats in the new-gen headers and mid-pipes that restrict flow. Did you modify your existing headers or the new-gen headers?
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Old November 19th, 2011, 08:56 PM   #48
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I modified my existing headers. Just cut the new gens off where they connect to the midpipe, then cut mine to fit and welded them on. Obviously a bit harder than it sounds, but not all that bad. Where in the new-gen pipes are the cats? I didn't notice any restrictions in the mid pipe, just the collector and then the straight pipe back. The hangers on both the can and the midpipe just bolt on, the midpipe to the bolt for the center stand. I'm hoping there aren't any restrictors insdie the midpipe, I didn't look all that close.
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Old November 19th, 2011, 09:07 PM   #49
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This picture shows it better:

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Old November 20th, 2011, 01:14 PM   #50
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The cats are in the muffler, the y part, and mid-way up the headers, if I remember correctly.
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Old November 23rd, 2011, 11:58 PM   #51
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I checked out the pipes and didn't find anything obstructing them. Maybe the previous owner had already pulled it all out at some point. Regardless, my goal was to get the '08+ exhaust on my '06, and it is now complete. So for all those who have wondered if it can be done; with a dremel, some welding skills, and a lot of patience it can. The entire midpipe even bolts right on. I'll get some better looking pictures once it's all back together.

Now I'm just waiting for my Woodcraft clip-ons to come in.
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Old November 24th, 2011, 12:16 AM   #52
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motor resembles a Suzuki GN125
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The cats are in the muffler, the y part, and mid-way up the headers, if I remember correctly.
That odd-looking round spot at the "Y" of the new-gen header is used on the Euro and Thai versions as the mounting place for the O2 sensor.
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Old July 13th, 2012, 02:53 PM   #55
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So I kind of forgot that I started this thread. Here are some updated pictures of the bike for anyone interested. I have a round 7" headlight and a koso gauge that'll be going on in the next couple of weeks. I'm wait for some plugs to come in so I don't have to cut any wires for the install.







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Old July 13th, 2012, 03:59 PM   #56
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are those levers the ebay "pazzio's"? I like them.
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Old July 13th, 2012, 05:08 PM   #57
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Yep, they are. They're the '08+ ones, which don't quite swap right onto the pre-gens, but they just needed a couple little tweaks and some washers on the brake side to keep it in the right position.
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Old July 14th, 2012, 08:49 PM   #58
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Your totally right bro....
It looks incomplete is what I think. Like the guy who was supposed to put the fairing on took off early to go drink beers.
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It has the same bar end mirrors I have, the same smoke lenses, and will have a Koso gauge like mine soon as well. Gah!

Needs some Niteshades VHT on that center lens.
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I've been debating the nightshades. I know it'd look neat, but I wear dark gear on a black bike, so I don't know if I'm alright with any extra decrease in visibility.
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Old July 16th, 2012, 10:15 PM   #61
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Here's the essentially finished product. I may grab a few better pics in the daylight. I'm considering repainting it gloss black when I can get enough time in my garage to do it right, and I bought a windscreen off a cb600 that I may put on, mostly to protect the Koso from impacts. Sorry it wasn't much of a build thread, but if anyone is curious how I did something just shoot me a PM.


The Koso gauge. I made some brackets and mounted it to the some boltholes used by the ignition.


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And the front end
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you can cut the subframe off of a 2002-2003 r1 and weld it on and use tail fairings of r1 on your bike. i like the tail light, cuz you can do chaser turn signals
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@Magz Question.... How did you get the fairing mounts off of the gas tank? I am trying to remove them so I can bondo over that area to have a clean looking tank like yours. I tried hammering them off with a screw driver in between those tabs and the tank but stopped because it seemed like a bad idea. I don't won't to accidentally puncture the tank. Did you use a dremel or what. Thanks!
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I just Dremeled off the small part of the tab that was kind of sticking out the front, and the rest was recessed in enough that it was completely covered when I did the putty work.
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Alrighty that is good to know. Thanks again!
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Here's the essentially finished product. I may grab a few better pics in the daylight. I'm considering repainting it gloss black when I can get enough time in my garage to do it right, and I bought a windscreen off a cb600 that I may put on, mostly to protect the Koso from impacts. Sorry it wasn't much of a build thread, but if anyone is curious how I did something just shoot me a PM.


The Koso gauge. I made some brackets and mounted it to the some boltholes used by the ignition.
I'm curious about the wiring. I haven't installed my Koso gauge yet but I already know that the wiring is not at all as the manual suggests. I'm color-blind, so I wouldn't feel comfortable figuring it out myself.

I really like your mounting idea, though I don't really have anything which will work there. It leaves a lot less exposed bracket than strapping scrap perforated strip across the birdcage upper fairing/headlight/mirror stay.
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The wiring really wasn't bad. I bought some .110" connectors and and wired it so I could just use the stock plugs. I found the plugs on EBay from China pretty cheap. I'll try and draw it up and post it in the next few days.
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The wiring really wasn't bad. I bought some .110" connectors and and wired it so I could just use the stock plugs. I found the plugs on EBay from China pretty cheap. I'll try and draw it up and post it in the next few days.
Thank you. I would much appreciate that!
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Looks like the exhaust headers to me.
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The wiring really wasn't bad. I bought some .110" connectors and and wired it so I could just use the stock plugs. I found the plugs on EBay from China pretty cheap. I'll try and draw it up and post it in the next few days.
I still haven't installed mine as was wondering if this is still something you might be able to do.
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the koso gauge on pregen:
is there any other way to have a speedomter that doesnt use the cable or magnet?
how was this one hooked up?
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is there any other way to have a speedomter that doesnt use the cable or magnet?
how was this one hooked up?
A Passive speed sensor from Koso should be able to pickup your rotor bolts without a magnet needed. Either way you'll need some kind of sensor going to one of your wheels.

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^that....is what iv been searching for and trying to figure out. thanx alot kind sir
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The passive sensor can also be used to pickup off of a rotor if the web spacing is equal around it, really anything that is rotating with the wheel that has equal spacing for it to sense can be used.
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Wait. What's wrong with using the included magnets and magnetic pickup?
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its a hassle. some bikes hav no privsion and u must ghettofy it.
leavn a magnet superglued to ur wheel offbalancing it also isnt good especialy if im always on the highway doing 80 to work(i tried the magnet junk)
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its a hassle. some bikes hav no privsion and u must ghettofy it.
leavn a magnet superglued to ur wheel offbalancing it also isnt good especialy if im always on the highway doing 80 to work(i tried the magnet junk)
The included bracket should work though, right? Are you assuming that it wouldn't? AFAIK, the magnets fit inside the rotor bolts... no superglue required. Also, you can balance the wheels with the magnets installed. CycleGear will even do computerized balancing for free.
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motor resembles a Suzuki GN125
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it's a Hyosung engine, forks, wheels, and brakes. (used to have a GT250R)
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