Very sharp! Congratulations on the new ride!
My friend did it for me and it took 4 hours or soHow long did it take you to install the yoshi exhaust ?
Quickshifter will always be worth it. GYTR only supports up shifts. So if you want auto blip downshifts or GP shift you will have to look elsewhere. Otherwise, the Yamaha kit is perfect.
He is our corvette mechanic at my job so he made ez work of the r7And how many beers? LOL I think I had two. The most difficult part for me is removing the lower fairing, and it is not hard, just so many little plastic rivets to deal with. The one's with the phillips head button are quite annoying.
So clean! Were all your parts from the Yamaha Accessories line? I want an aftermarket windscreen, but I'm not sure on the fitment since none I've found outside of Yamaha are listed for it.I got the yosh r77, tinted wind screen, fender eliminator, and the rear seat cover thing, thinking about quick shifter too
Yes all official yamaha parts they were delivered to my house and my friend installed them…. The rear seat cowl and fender elim are complexSo clean! Were all your parts from the Yamaha Accessories line? I want an aftermarket windscreen, but I'm not sure on the fitment since none I've found outside of Yamaha are listed for it.
Did the dealer order the parts with you when you placed an order for the bike? I've had my quick shifter on-order since the day I purchased the bike and it still has not come in. Also, I'm curious how you remove the rear seat cowl? I notice it doesn't have a key hole like the OEM ones does - can the little cushion on it just be pulled off?