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post #21 of 42 (permalink) Old 10-07-2012, 02:55 PM Thread Starter
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That's a fake öhlins rear shock
It was a lot cheaper than $1400
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It was a lot cheaper than $1400
Not really Ev. Im not sure but you can get these "link below" and just relocate the preaload nob. they go for cheap

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3) This one is made for our bike, but looks dirty
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Those are all still a lot more than the 50 cent sticker Ben Just wait till November 2nd. Less than a month away and you can start spending my money like its going out of style I have to wait till then tho because I get paid once every 6 months and my "play around money" is getting limited
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^^^ Noice! will do my friend...will do...
I like this swinger...Well its better then mine
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I saw that, thinking about doing that to mine...or perhaps retrofitting a single sider
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I saw that, thinking about doing that to mine...or perhaps retrofitting a single sider
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How much they want for that thing? Do I even want to know?
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post #28 of 42 (permalink) Old 10-07-2012, 07:17 PM
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A set of these are definitely on my to buy list. I just wish they offered the tags in black with white lettering or white with black lettering. I know, picky...

On a side note, has anyone got these with the natural stainless banjo fittings? I'm wondering if they are indeed polished like they are advertised? The pics on the web-site don't appear to have a polished finish..

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A set of these are definitely on my to buy list. I just wish they offered the tags in black with white lettering or white with black lettering. I know, picky...

On a side note, has anyone got these with the natural stainless banjo fittings? I'm wondering if they are indeed polished like they are advertised? The pics on the web-site don't appear to have a polished finish..

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They do offer those tag options. As far as the polished banjos I dont know I went with black
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post #30 of 42 (permalink) Old 10-07-2012, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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When you order call them instead of ordering on line if you have any questions. They will ask what color tag you want and what color logo. You can choose any possible combination. I went with white lines with black tag and red logo
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Thanks for the reviews

I don't get much time to get on the forums these days, sorry I haven't seen this yet. Lobster, thank you for the honest review, although i knew an order and a review was coming from you, I'm glad you didn't tell me who you were when you ordered. This makes for better reviews. I can't really talk about my product on here until I get ahold of shane and set up a vendor account. So I just want to say thank you to all that support us and feel free to call with questions.
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A set of these are definitely on my to buy list. I just wish they offered the tags in black with white lettering or white with black lettering. I know, picky...

On a side note, has anyone got these with the natural stainless banjo fittings? I'm wondering if they are indeed polished like they are advertised? The pics on the web-site don't appear to have a polished finish..

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So I got my lines. Basically my review Ian. Go buy a set right now. If your jot running core moto lines, your am idiot. That's Alrighty I need to say as to how satisfied I am with these. You will NOT be let down with these lines. I will always buy these when I need lines for another bike. Also lifetime warranty.
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Are those lines really meant to be routed over the top of the fairing stay ?
Mine go below the fairing stay and thru the cut-out flap than go to each caliper, I don't use fork brake line brackets, I use an alloy line clamp just out of sight under the nose
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Mine go below the fairing stay and thru the cut-out flap than go to each caliper, I don't use fork brake line brackets, I use an alloy line clamp just out of sight under the nose
Did those colored banjo bolts come with the lines? I don't see colored banjo bolts on the core web page, or banjo bolts coming with the lines period.
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Did those colored banjo bolts come with the lines? I don't see colored banjo bolts on the core web page, or banjo bolts coming with the lines period.
Knowing Ron, they're probably from Pro-Bolt:

http://www.probolt-usa.com/motorcycl...html?cat=33386

Or, similar vendor.

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Knowing Ron, they're probably from Pro-Bolt:

http://www.probolt-usa.com/motorcycl...html?cat=33386

Or, similar vendor.
Haha
Yes,Ive gotten lots stuff from Pro bolt myself.
It appears bolts come in the package but they should be colored to match the nice custom colored banjo fittings and lines.
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Did those colored banjo bolts come with the lines? I don't see colored banjo bolts on the core web page, or banjo bolts coming with the lines period.
my lines & banjo bolts are Spiegler, photos were to show brake line routing on an 02 R1 and use of an alloy brakeline clamp



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