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I just wanted to introduce myself. I am the proud new owner of a 60th anniversary R7. I picked it up to be more of a daily, instead of always riding the R6. This bike is a lot more friendly on the street than my R6. I love the more usable torque on the street downlow compared to the r6. I have already done an TST undertail custom LED integrated taillight, puig windscreen, woodcraft rear sets and frame sliders. I have had the ECU flashed by Chris Moore at Moore Mafia and a M4 Full exhaust. I will post pics soon.
 

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I just wanted to introduce myself. I am the proud new owner of a 60th anniversary R7. I picked it up to be more of a daily, instead of always riding the R6. This bike is a lot more friendly on the street than my R6. I love the more usable torque on the street downlow compared to the r6. I have already done an TST undertail custom LED integrated taillight, puig windscreen, woodcraft rear sets and frame sliders. I have had the ECU flashed by Chris Moore at Moore Mafia and a M4 Full exhaust. I will post pics soon.
Nice, and welcome. Agreed, much easier to ride than the R6, which I think is a horrible street bike, it was made for the track. And even then it is very underutilized by many (meaning me).
 
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