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Old January 25th, 2011, 07:27 PM   #161
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Can you post photos of the levers???
Yes, but it will have to wait until Sunday night/Monday because I go home on the weekends and keep the bikes there.

I cut part of them off because I don't like all 4 finger on the clutch lever, there's room for 3 finger, but it's long enough I can use 2 fingers and it won't hit my other 2 fingers.
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Old January 25th, 2011, 07:36 PM   #162
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Photos of my 12v power supply...Anyone have a better spot for the mount???
I use one that is a 12 volt ext. cord with the male end cut off. The female end I just loosely ziptied to the left fork down below the fairing. It worked fine and was out of sight.
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Old January 25th, 2011, 08:33 PM   #163
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I use one that is a 12 volt ext. cord with the male end cut off. The female end I just loosely ziptied to the left fork down below the fairing. It worked fine and was out of sight.
I like that, good idea!
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Old January 25th, 2011, 09:49 PM   #164
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Yes...That does sound like a good spot for it...
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Old January 29th, 2011, 01:37 PM   #165
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Took both girls out onto the I for 15 minutes until civilization ended, got on the Beeline Hwy. and did them both up; full throttle to redline through all gears out to old Moroso motorcycle track and came home. Glorious, simply glorious.
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Old January 29th, 2011, 03:57 PM   #166
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Changed from stock grips to ProGrip 719 gels; switched out the stock silver handlebar bolts for black; put on legally required front license plate using windscreen bolts. Had to drill and bend the plate to make it work, but happy to get it on without the need to drill new holes into my ninjette or mount a bracket. Went for a 50 mile ride to test it out. The gel grips, combined with a bit of extra tightening of the new handlebar bolts worked great to resolve a hand buzzing problem I'd been having. The plate catches some wind underneath it, need to shape it more - heading out with ball peen hammer now.

As an aside, here's how I changed the grips: slid a small, soap-covered screwdriver under the old grips to break up the bit of glue holding the grips on out of the factory and deliver the soap. Pulled out the screwdriver and the grips slid right off with a bit of a twist. I cleaned off the soap, then put hairspray onto the bars and the new grips slid on pretty easy with the wet hairspray. When the hairspray dried, it dried tacky and new grips don't move around at all now. Would have been an easy job but for some stripping of the phillips head bolt holding the bar end on the throttle side - luckily I'd anticipated and ordered a backup bolt.

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Old January 29th, 2011, 06:03 PM   #167
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Changed from stock grips to ProGrip 719 gels; switched out the stock silver handlebar bolts for black; put on legally required front license plate using windscreen bolts. Had to drill and bend the plate to make it work, but happy to get it on without the need to drill new holes into my ninjette or mount a bracket. Went for a 50 mile ride to test it out. The gel grips, combined with a bit of extra tightening of the new handlebar bolts worked great to resolve a hand buzzing problem I'd been having. The plate catches some wind underneath it, need to shape it more - heading out with ball peen hammer now.

As an aside, here's how I changed the grips: slid a small, soap-covered screwdriver under the old grips to break up the bit of glue holding the grips on out of the factory and deliver the soap. Pulled out the screwdriver and the grips slid right off with a bit of a twist. I cleaned off the soap, then put hairspray onto the bars and the new grips slid on pretty easy with the wet hairspray. When the hairspray dried, it dried tacky and new grips don't move around at all now. Would have been an easy job but for some stripping of the phillips head bolt holding the bar end on the throttle side - luckily I'd anticipated and ordered a backup bolt.


Did you have to remove the bar ends?
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Old January 29th, 2011, 06:09 PM   #168
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Put on some new levers. Also stopped by Cycle Gear a got a hi-viz Bravo Victor vest for $24.99. http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...em=URI_BVYELSM
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Old January 29th, 2011, 06:44 PM   #169
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Did you have to remove the bar ends?
Yeah. I couldn't get under the grips to break the friction with the bar ends on.
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Old January 29th, 2011, 09:15 PM   #170
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Can you post photos of the levers???
Nothing special, I just but the ball ends off (and then some) and ground the leaves down.



Click for bigger pictures...
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Old January 29th, 2011, 09:26 PM   #171
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MiniCog...That looks very comfortable...

It's not so comfortable for me to cover the front break at all time... It looks like that would help...
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Old January 29th, 2011, 10:21 PM   #172
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I made the clutch lever short enough that I can 2 finger it easier. The brake lever didn't really matter, but they had to match.

I just wanted something different, you know? I also ground my gas cap lip down.
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Old January 30th, 2011, 03:08 AM   #173
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I made the clutch lever short enough that I can 2 finger it easier. The brake lever didn't really matter, but they had to match.

I just wanted something different, you know? I also ground my gas cap lip down.
Kool...I hope to get better at ridding this spring, and maybe we can ride together this summer???
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Old January 30th, 2011, 11:40 AM   #174
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Maybe, I don't ride in Dallas, I go to the house in Pittsburg on the weekends. But we usually go on a short trip 1 or 2 times in the summer.
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Old January 30th, 2011, 05:54 PM   #175
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MiniCog, You do know why those balls were on the end of the levers, right?
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Old January 30th, 2011, 08:03 PM   #176
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MiniCog, You do know why those balls were on the end of the levers, right?
So it won't poke through you in a crash.

I know, less safe, but if I crash at speed, I have a few other things to worry about. But I made sure the tips were round and blunt, I didn't want to make little daggers.
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Old February 5th, 2011, 07:52 AM   #177
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I just got some new gel Pro-Grips in red & black from Motorcycle Superstore. With 3' of snow on the ground here, futzing with your bike is the only cure for Cabin Fever.
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Nothing, I didn't go home this weekend because of the weather. I'll be sure to make it home next week!
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I just got some new gel Pro-Grips in red & black from Motorcycle Superstore. With 3' of snow on the ground here, futzing with your bike is the only cure for Cabin Fever.
I was thinking the same on gel grips today...
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Old February 5th, 2011, 10:35 AM   #180
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Killed a dove with it! Er... actually killed it with the padded shoulder of my jacket. The wife and I rode up to Wickenburg for breakfast. I had just cranked the throttle, coming out of a turn, when the flying rat nailed me. He did not survive.

She has put about 200 miles, on her new BT-003's, and loves them. ( Smoother ride, less stress.)
Went over 100mph on both of them, road to myself, thanking the Lord for feeling of "freedom."
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Old February 5th, 2011, 12:57 PM   #181
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Went over 100mph on both of them, road to myself, thanking the Lord for feeling of "freedom."

Amen to that brother... I'm a new man since I got my bike...Thank you God for making it a 250...
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Old February 5th, 2011, 04:43 PM   #182
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It is snowing here, so I did not do anything to it. But, I parked my new truck next to it.
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Old February 5th, 2011, 05:12 PM   #183
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Pulled out the bikes, and warmed them up this afternoon. Maybe take 'em out for a ride tomorrow.
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Old February 5th, 2011, 05:51 PM   #184
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I finished raising my bike back to stock height and took it for a ride around town. It was a good day. Thinking about riding it to church tomorrow.
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It is snowing here, so I did not do anything to it. But, I parked my new truck next to it.
What did you get?
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Pro 4X Frontier. Handles the snow really well.
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Old February 6th, 2011, 10:49 AM   #187
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Tested my Scorpio SR-i1100 rLink alarm with the GPS part since it's in the lower 40's here in MD and I finally got the bike out for a short ride.
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Old February 6th, 2011, 08:26 PM   #188
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It was in the mid 40s today, so took the 250 out for a spin. Tomorrow, lube chain and decide on what tires to get. Probably the BT-45s.
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Aww man, that's a cool truck!
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All the ice is gone, so I was able to get the bike out for a short ride...
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For the first time since I picked up the 250 a month ago, I took my bike out just to ride. Between work and a bad cold, this was literally the first time I took it out for no other reason than to ride. I got to Pacific Coast Highway, 20 minutes away from the apartment, and headed south.

And it was... awesome. With the Ninja as my only mode of transportation, I've been riding it everyday, point A to point B. It's a totally different feeling to let the road take you to... wherever, and the view of the Pacific Ocean didn't hurt either. There was a ton of other riders out too, all very friendly, except a few stoic Harley riders. I haven't gotten a middle-finger salute back for waving yet.

We need to get a 250 group together...
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For the first time since I picked up the 250 a month ago, I took my bike out just to ride. Between work and a bad cold, this was literally the first time I took it out for no other reason than to ride. I got to Pacific Coast Highway, 20 minutes away from the apartment, and headed south.

And it was... awesome. With the Ninja as my only mode of transportation, I've been riding it everyday, point A to point B. It's a totally different feeling to let the road take you to... wherever, and the view of the Pacific Ocean didn't hurt either. There was a ton of other riders out too, all very friendly, except a few stoic Harley riders. I haven't gotten a middle-finger salute back for waving yet.

We need to get a 250 group together...
I've got total envy over the white SE.
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Yesterday I changed the oil and filter. Rode the neighborhood for a few minutes then back to the garage with it. Still need to clean and lube the chain up. Lot's of goop built up on there. Then on to the tires!
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Took out my 500 streetfighter with the new D&D 4 into 1 and went up along A!A which is like floridas pacific coast hwy. in areas. Went way farther than I thought and came back on hwy. think it was all subliminal cause I had the I to myself and just cranked her like she loves, aaaaaaaall the way home. Damn, what it's like to ride. Bless and keep y'all.
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Took out my 500 streetfighter with the new D&D 4 into 1 and went up along A!A which is like floridas pacific coast hwy. in areas. Went way farther than I thought and came back on hwy. think it was all subliminal cause I had the I to myself and just cranked her like she loves, aaaaaaaall the way home. Damn, what it's like to ride. Bless and keep y'all.
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I rode today for the first time in months. After a thorough pre ride check and airing up of my tires I took off for about 30 miles of backroads riding. I never got over 60 and really enjoyed the brisk air. I never got uncomfortable but it was a little chilly when the sun hid behind a cloud. Fortunately, there weren't many clouds. It was my first opportunity to begin breaking in my new Corbin saddle and new look. In the last couple of months I've cleaned up the tailcone with a cowl in place of the passenger seat and fabricated a very professional (IMHO) looking license plate holder with LEDs. I haven't gotten to any mechanical upgrades yet, but I may eventually. At most it'll probably only be a modest rejetting and K&N or something like that. All in all a very fun afternoon.
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Did the sprocket swap to 15 and 41
35mph @ 10k....50+ @ 10k....didnt get any further because it started to rain but I can see already it's exactly what I wanted for the riding I do.
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Did the sprocket swap to 15 and 41
35mph @ 10k....50+ @ 10k....didnt get any further because it started to rain but I can see already it's exactly what I wanted for the riding I do.
What gear were you in doing 50?
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