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    They do it on Falco`s, so I think it would work
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnalex View Post
    I am thinking of simply cutting the front fairing enough for bars to clear on the Mille. Has anyone tried that?
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    Hi Sabre, I see in your spec list that you have run the Scottoiler to the front sprocket, I just was wondering if that reduces the amount of oil splatter on the rear wheel, compared to having the oiler on the rear sprocket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by corokiwi View Post
    Hi Sabre, I see in your spec list that you have run the Scottoiler to the front sprocket, I just was wondering if that reduces the amount of oil splatter on the rear wheel, compared to having the oiler on the rear sprocket?

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    Not really Chap. If anything it makes the area around the side stand bracket more oily. It does tidy up the feed line though as there are no tubes/pipes to the rear sprocket. I only use it now during the winter and rely on spray lube during the summer, this keeps it cleaner.
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    this is my one very close to completion...


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    Looking sweet. Braced MotoX bars?
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    aye just the renthal type, got them for free along with the wee dinky bar end mirrors.. of which one is now residing down a country road some where lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbopresh View Post
    this is my one very close to completion...

    a racing bellypan would look the dogs bollocks on that,awesome looking bike dude
    the one and only original hairy,any attempts at copying will fail ,
    cause araihead stuck his finger up a woodpeckers hole,

    and the woodpecker said god bless ur soul,

    pull it out
    pull it out

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    I actually have one.. or rather its a cut down mille r belly pan.. have it cut reasonably close to the right shape though.. will potentially start work on it properly in a month or so and see if I can rustle up a few carbon ones.. hada see how my first couple of projects go first of all before I start into that though ..

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    I also started with an RSV bellypan, and have to say, it is not like the Racing bellypan, having had a go at remoddeling it to suit, the shape just doesn't quite fit the T's other bits/look. The Racing bellypan is the dog's bollocks, so if you can get one of these or a glass copy, go for it. It will save you a hell of a lot of time and effort. The RSV cut down pan just doesn't work I'm afraid!

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    I dunno I've got mine reasonably close going by photos.. would need to see one in the flesh realistically though to see how it compares

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    The thing I found with the RSV bellypan is that it sorta ballons out where the Racing bellypan hugs the bottom of the motor. The RSV pan has to join up with the midpanels etc, and seriously on my attempt looks crap, to the point, seeing I've fooked up perfectly good panels they are going to the tip soon. If you've cracked it as far as shape and continuity well done. Me, I'll have the Racing bellypan every time.

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    They look ok from the side but when you get close theirs a gaping whole down each side. Easily good enough untill you find a proper un though



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