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post #4271 of 4500 (permalink) Old 09-23-2016, 11:43 PM
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Where there's a will, there's a way!
But, yes I'm working on a version with a chain guard extension!

That said, I think cost is already an issue, so honestly it all comes down to $$. I need to dig in and better wrap my head around what people are willing to pay haha.

Right now, we're really focusing on creating an ABS plastic version.

Fiberglass is plenty strong once it's installed (many after market car parts use it), but ABS can take more abuse over all and thus would hold up better to the long overseas shipping process.
There is a guy where I'm from who is investing a bit in making bike parts. Carbonracing.in. Check his site. If you are interested I can get u introduced to him.
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I installed my decatted headers and got my ecu flash tuned. Only went for a short ride but it seems to pull harder and get up and go faster.

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I installed my decatted headers and got my ecu flash tuned. Only went for a short ride but it seems to pull harder and get up and go faster.
May I know where & how much cost your tuned your bike ?

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May I know where & how much cost your tuned your bike ?
I got a FlashTune (https://ftecu.com/shop/13-15-ex300-n...shing-service/) for full exhaust, $200. There was a dealer not too far away (http://www.dasaracing.com/) that I took the ECU to and they flashed it while I waited. spacep0d had his bike tuned by FlashTune, his video helped sell me on it:
. There are some other threads on here that mention it.

I've only gone on 1 short ride. I'm traveling for work the next 2 weeks. Hopefully I get a chance to go for a ride next weekend while I'm home, otherwise I won't be back on it for my daily commute until 10/10

Initial impression was positive and I could feel a difference. Not night and day as it's still only a 300. But hopefully after a ride on some twisty roads and a trip to work and back on the freeway will give me a better sense of how it's changed. I'm also curious to know how this will affect my gas mileage. I'll have to post an update in a few weeks after I've had some time with it.
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Wiped down the chain with WD-40 and lubed it with Chain Guard, checked the coolant, oil, and tire pressure. Added just a little coolant. Its hot here today. I'm off to ride Mulholland.

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M4 muffler had seen better days, so I decided to switch things up and give this Two Brothers CF Black Series M2 can a try.
Unfortunately, it's raining today, so I'll have to wait till tomorrow to install it!


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Can you ride the ninja like this without fairings or anything? i want to do that lol.
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Installed the Two Bros M2 exhaust + power tip (baffle).
Sounds great, though to be honest I think the quality is less than my M4 exhaust.
Pros&Cons to everything I guess.






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Can you ride the ninja like this without fairings or anything? i want to do that lol.


Yes you can! Wind will be louder though due to wind, but completely doable.
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I painted the inside of the windshield black so it looks glossy on the outside. I removed the stock mirrors and installed handlebar end mirrors, and installed the green aluminum adjustable brake and clutch levers. I love this bike, can't stop riding it. Hopefully my next upgrade will be a slip on muffler
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