Winter projects / mods

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  1. Frequency

    Frequency New Member

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    So what on everyone's plate for this winter?
    I'll start work on my bike once i finish off this set of tires.

    • Exhaust Slip on
    • Wrapped Headers
    • Chromed Rims
    • New Brake pads
    • New Tires
    • Heated grips
    • Chain Conversion
    • Open flow air box
    • Possible Paint job for my frame
    Total Cost: $1200-$1500
     
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    Cachee0 OT's Technical Recruiter, Send me your resume

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    I would keep the belt. I like belts more then chains.

    Which buell do you have?
     
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    power commander, lol
     
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    I'm just planning on a little paint this winter, race plastics and some new gear.
     
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    I'm also getting new OEM plastics, maybe a new tank and new tires next week. :naughty:
     
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    opps forgot to list that, its almost a must with new exhaust and a race ECM
     
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    Lighting City X.

    I can't afford to have a belt break, also able to change gearing ratios on a chain
     
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    What does a belt cost?

    Chain is far better from a performance standpoint....
     
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    i believe having a belt put on at the dealer is about $150, the chainconversion would run me about the same but wouln't snap every couple thousand miles
     

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