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1992 CBR F2 Streetfighter Conversion?

Old 09-29-2013, 03:01 PM
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Default 1992 CBR F2 Streetfighter Conversion?

Hey guys I bought a 92 CBR600 F2 about a month ago, it runs really well but it was dropped on the left side (low speed) by the previous owner so the plastics on the left side are pretty banged up. I looked for new plastic and it looks like a decent set would be $600-800 bucks. I really like the streetfighter look and was wondering what/if I could make a low budget streetfighter out of my bike. The only thing I really know is that I would need a new light setup on the front end atleast. Im just looking for ideas of what I could do this winter when the season is over. Or do you guys think it would be better just to get a new set of stock plastics. I would have alot of time and a place to work on it myself this winter. I am not super experienced with bikes but I could most likely learn how to do whatever plus I can have people help me. I love riding my CBR I just want it too look good too.

Thanks guys,
Old 09-30-2013, 08:52 AM
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Sell the good plastics you have in order to fund your SF build. I think the F2/F3 is a great street fighter bike.

This is knifemaker's F2

need I say more.
Old 09-30-2013, 11:13 AM
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And that makes me wanna strip the RR plastics of my bike and run naked through the streets
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