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post #61 of 66 Old 05-03-2017, 01:56 PM
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Hey chop great looking bike hope you and it do well in your racing series. I wanted to ask if you had any detailed pic of the bodywork install and any things you came across that needed relocating/modifieng to get it right. The reason I ask is im coming to this stage very soon and will be making my decision on which company to use. Your fairings look awesome and I hope armpit bodies have a U.K. Vendor as I'm all over it. Thanks


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post #62 of 66 Old 05-04-2017, 09:34 AM
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Is the Hindle just the slip on? Sorry I didn't read the whole list of goodies? if so did you run a link pipe or something to bypass the pre chamber? Would you think the sound is too loud for the street? Havent heard a 636 with the hindle slip on.
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Hopefully next weekend it will be much warmer and I can begin to address this atrocity; relocating the rectifier under the tail and simplifying the harness like I did on my '05
Would really appreciate some detail on this. Did you buy the Kawasaki kit or did u pull up your own loom and re-wrap it etc? Want to do the same
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Is the Hindle just the slip on? Sorry I didn't read the whole list of goodies? if so did you run a link pipe or something to bypass the pre chamber? Would you think the sound is too loud for the street? Havent heard a 636 with the hindle slip on.
It is a full system.


Anyway, I got to see this bike in person over the last weekend. The pictures don't do it justice.

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It is a full system.


Anyway, I got to see this bike in person over the last weekend. The pictures don't do it justice.

6OTM right there...
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I have to say I'm surprised there is that much difference in weight. Thanks for posting that, hope mine ends up fitting better, what solution did you come up with to fill the gap?
Yeah even I was surprised. I haven't done anything about the gap between the fairing and stay, I don't use the stay as mounting points. When I have free time I'm going to swap in the OEM stay and see if its a fitment issue of the stay or the duct for my own knowledge

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Hey chop great looking bike hope you and it do well in your racing series. I wanted to ask if you had any detailed pic of the bodywork install and any things you came across that needed relocating/modifieng to get it right. The reason I ask is im coming to this stage very soon and will be making my decision on which company to use. Your fairings look awesome and I hope armpit bodies have a U.K. Vendor as I'm all over it. Thanks
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Would really appreciate some detail on this. Did you buy the Kawasaki kit or did u pull up your own loom and re-wrap it etc? Want to do the same
Armour Bodies mount up perfectly every time. On the 2013+ you need to figure out a way to mount the rectifier. Mine is on a simple piece of aluminum for the moment, its not really race worthy or pretty but it got the job done for the time being. When I have more time Ive already figured out where it will end up, however I don't want to say anything until I know for sure it will fit there.

I had some issues with the original install of my forks and had to be redone but other than that she's running great! It came in at 117.3hp 47.5ft-lbs, mind you this is on a heavier 180/60 race tire and still tight ( i.e. new) engine and chain. I'll be bringing here back for a check up in a month or two and see where were at. Maybe a few more light mods by then

Although it is only 2hp more than my 05 it is much smoother and more predictable on power delivery.

Here is a dyno comparison of my '05 vs '15
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