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View Poll Results: September 2011 ROTM Vote!
sumone
7
20.00%
t4rusaf
17
48.57%
Blues48
2
5.71%
Stu Pidasso
9
25.71%
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*September 2011 ROTM Voting Thread*

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Old 09-22-2011, 09:11 PM
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Default *September 2011 ROTM Voting Thread*

Hey look! It's the September 2011 Ride of the Month Voting Thread!

Vote for your favorite, folks!

Here are the rules:

1. Vote for your favorite bike
2. Don't try to cheat cuz it pisses me off.
3. Only contestants and staff can post comments in this thread.
4. Nobody ever follows rule #3 so I'm gonna make rule #4 the same as rule #3.

On to the contestants!

sumone



I like what you've done here.


t4rusaf



Oooh, that's a purdy bike.


Blues48



Very niiiiice!


Stu Pidasso



I like it. I like it a lot.


** note: If anyone would like me to use a different pic of their bike in this post, just put it in your album and let me know.
Otherwise, feel free to add whatever pics/mod lists you like!

Thanks, and Good Luck!
 

Last edited by regener8ed; 09-25-2011 at 05:19 PM.
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Old 09-24-2011, 07:50 AM
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Default Pick me Pick me I promise to lower taxes.

I have enjoyed this bike to the fullest. I ride it everyday as it is my primary transportation, no paper weight here. I wash it three times a week and wax it every two. While I do have some obvious visual modifications done the best modifications are much more subtle. This bike features Weisco forged pistons, Port and polished head, Weisco injectors, -1 front sprocket, PC-3, Ohlins Internals/cartridges in the fork, chrome swing arm ,chrome wheels, rubber diamond plate tank grip, zero gravity double bubble windscreen, 92 red led lights, Epoxy based plastics (scratch but do not crack), usb 12 volt adapter charging port, and an auxillary fuse panel. You will notice also that the front wheel cover, as well as the front fairing are actually plastics for a black bike but have been swapped out to make the front look a little more sleek. So sorry for the cell phone picture it is the only one that I had on a sunny day.



 

Last edited by Stu Pidasso; 09-24-2011 at 10:35 AM. Reason: Forgot to add a couple of things.
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Old 09-25-2011, 11:07 AM
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Hey guys... just a few more pics of a sunny day out here in MS. Haven't had much time to ride because I've been studying for a cert and its been consuming my off time (much like working on this bike, haha). Anyways, I've probably done as much as I can to this bike at this point. No one ever 'plans' to do so many mods, but over a course of ownership (6 yrs), it all just eventually gets done.

So I have a laundry list of mods, so I'll just touch up on the main ones. Full Micron serpentine header with GP exhaust, PVM 10-spoke aluminum wheels, braking wave rotors, powdercoated everything black, lots of carbon fiber (hey, I like CF haha), Scott's damper, fully tuned PC map, Ohlins R&T forks and shock, custom lexus white paint w/ OEM decals, scorprio alarm, fenderwerkes, protons, etc. etc. etc.

Now for some pics in some sun...
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In race trim at the track, haven't had a chance w/ the updated suspension but plan to November... man I miss the track
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Old 09-26-2011, 08:44 AM
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Well shes a 06 600rr and shes been in my care for just about a year now. Ive gotten a lot of riding and a lot of work done but as we all know were never finished. Heres the few things I have been able to get done so far: smoked windscreen, hot bodies, Fe and flush mounts, 6k projectors with blue halo's, custom led running lights, 2 bros exhaust, custom fairings, 520 conversion ( -1, +2), renthal grips, relocated back res, reflective rim tape, K&n air filter, vortex frame sliders, and of course the all important cbrforum sticker!

they day I got her:
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Old 10-01-2011, 08:47 PM
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Looks like t4rusaf pulled hard on this one. Congratulations, man... you have a very nice ride. Love those wheels.

Here is your trophy:


And a big thanks to all the contestants.
 
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