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Just a little blog for everyone to drop a picture on a little quick thing you did on/with your Yamaha R7 today. Go for a ride? Give her a wash? Fresh parts? Pictures encouraged!
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I'll start,

Today, I got a few small things crossed off the to-do list. Installed some tank grips, sliders and a new windscreen. If only UPS would hurry up with the tail eliminator and rear sets it would make a good afternoon even better! After my buddy gets here, we'll be taking her out for her first 'official' ride!


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Mocked up an adjustable Fender Eliminator. TST product with some custom brackets to adapt their slim-line turn signals and plate light. Went ahead and made everything plug 'n play. Way sleeker than the factory lights without having it integrated in the brake light which can be confusing for the dumb-dumbs following me to see on the road.

1 more trip to the hardware store for some longer SS bolts tomorrow and reflective 'legal' screw covers. Other than that she will get some locktite and plate installed for the last time here shortly. On to the front!
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Took it to it's maiden track day. Performed flawlessly!
Under 55mph right? lol
I've found throwing a microfiber around the handle bars before placing the canyon dancer's over them really creates a more even fit with less chance of wearing your grips.
 

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Under 55mph right? lol
I've found throwing a microfiber around the handle bars before placing the canyon dancer's over them really creates a more even fit with less chance of wearing your grips.
Thanks for the tip. It was my first time using the canyon dancer. I didn't notice any wear so far, but I will definitely take note and keep an eye on them next time.
 
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