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My CRR1000RR-05

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Re: My CRR1000RR-05

Post by wild bill on Sun 16 May 2010, 23:06

Was good to see ya MB, believe it or not it took well over an hour to get back from yours. I decided to try an alternative route and ended up completely lost in the country lanes, i kinda stumbled back onto the A21 right out by the M25, don't ask how i ended up there but it was great Laughing

Cheers for the coffee dude, hope to see you soon thumbup
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Re: My CRR1000RR-05

Post by wild bill on Sat 02 Oct 2010, 17:06

Been hearing lots of good feedback about these Motografix number boards but have been a little hesitant because of the price but this week i finally bought some...
Bloody hell, they are real quality, still feel they are over priced (50 per end) but they look the nuts.
I spent a while down the garage fitting the front board/graphics today and i'll put the rear on later this week because it started raining, certainly an improvement from a plain red front end i think, will post pictures of the rear later in the week.
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Re: My CRR1000RR-05

Post by masterblader on Sat 02 Oct 2010, 17:22

That looks the nuts WB did try a cheaper version myself but didnt have the skill of doing it myself so it ended up in the bin another pair of hands is useful.
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Re: My CRR1000RR-05

Post by goldie on Sat 02 Oct 2010, 18:21

looks good that mate, i like those gel-coat jobs, good for avoiding stone chips too.
are you going to put a number on? gay
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Re: My CRR1000RR-05

Post by wild bill on Sat 02 Oct 2010, 19:42

@MB... Yeh i know exactly what you mean, these were a complete nitemare to fit and their so fookin sticky i thought it was gonna pull the paint off when i had to remove and reposition it!.. nearly 50 down the swanny

@Goldie, na i'm not gonna bother with a number, i'm only putting them on to break the red up a little, should do the job quite nicely once the rear graphics are fitted.
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