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Current Modifications


The Latest Photo of my 2009 Honda CBR1000RR
 Here is a list of my current modifications:

Akrapovic Carbon Fibre Chain Guard
Akrapovic Carbon Fibre Sprocket Cover
Akropovic Carbon Fibre Heel guards
Carbon Fibre Cover seat trim
Hel Stainless steel brake lines with titanium fittings
R&G Tail Tidy
R&G Fork Protectors
Honda Touring Screen
Honda Repsol Hugger
Honda Fairing Protectors
Honda Seat Cowl
Honda Tail Bag
Honda Tank Bag
FP Racing Repsol Brake / Clutch levers
Datatool S4 Alarm
Renthal Lightweight 16T Sprocket
Taylormade Exhaust
Dynojet Power Commander V
Dynojet Secondary Fuel Module
Dynojet Quickshifter
Luimoto Seat Cover
Honda Carbon Fibre Engine Covers
Sato Street hooks
Repsol Brake fluid covers
Pro-bolt Titanium Bolts
HRC Clutch Cable

HRC Racing bolts

HRC Oil Filler cap
Mettec Titanium Bolts
Custom Titanium Spindles
Healtech GI Pro gear indicator
Orange plastic valve caps
R&G radiator guard
R&G bar ends
Becker Carbon / HRP Air Ducts
Honda cushioned E-Seat
HRP Steering Damper Upgrade
HRP front and rear wheel shim upgrades
Pipercross air filter
SAMCO hoses
Light Smoked Wing Mirror/Indicators
Smoked rear tail light
Personalisation:
Orange painted steering yoke cover
Orange painted R&G Tail tidy
Orange powder coated front brake reservoir bracket
Orange powder coated rear brake bracket
Orange powder coated SATO street hooks
Orange Powder coated R&G Radiator guard
Orange Powder coated R&G bar ends
Pearl Siren Blue painted Taylormade exhaust cover
Silver quickshifter linkage (rather than standard black Dynojet item)



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