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Old 23rd January 2015, 18:34   #826
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^normally, the exhaust itself will not be covered since it was added-on afterward, so you have to get it endorsed/updated in your policy , possibly with an increase in premium paid.
I don't mind not having coverage for an expensive exhaust, its just that insurance people always look for ways to avoid paying us, can't imagine how it would feel if they refuse to pay anything for a crashed superbike! hope I am not going too off topic! I always had this question in mind, hence had to ask, exhaust these days are just too muted for my taste

coming back to topic Found this on OLX chennai :
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Ninja San

1. Engine Ice Coolant.
2. PiperCross Plug In Filter.
3. Leo Vince LVI Full Exhaust System.
4. Area P/ Fuel Moto Fuel Controller.
5. MRA Light Smoke Wind Screen.
6. ASV C/5 Adjustable Levers.
7. Lethal Threat Devil Babe tank pad.
8. Spiegler Stainless Steel Brake Lines.
9. DEI Heat wraps for Exhaust.
10. Rizoma Lux Billet Grips (Red)
11. Brembo Rims.
12. Metzeler Sportec M5 Interact tyres.
13. Ride On Tyre Protection System.
14. Rizoma Garffio LED Indicator Lights.
15. Renthal 41 Teeth Rear Sprocket.
16. Vortex 14 Teeth SS Front Sprocket.
17. Rolon X Ring Chain.
18. Scottoiler E System chain oiler.
19. Sato Racing Rear Sets.
20. FLO Stainless Steel Oil Filter.
21. All Balls Tapper Roller Bearings for Steering.
21. Translogic Micro Dash 3 digital dash board.
22. Custom made Triple Clamp.
23. WoodCraft Clip On handle bars.
24. Takai Racing Juice Boost Ignition Booster.
25. Takai Racing RipForce 4 Ignition Coils.
26. DEI Under Tank Insulation Kit.
27. Ohlins S36DR1 Rear Shock Absorber.
28. Ballastic EVO 2 Lithium Iron battery.
29. DEI Insulated Airbox.
30. DMP LED Taillight.

More to come
Kudos on all the mods mate. This is one seriously pimped up N300. Powered by MotoZone right?
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Old 11th March 2015, 13:26   #828
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Kudos on all the mods mate. This is one seriously pimped up N300. Powered by MotoZone right?
Thanks . And yes, all the work has been done by Vikram and Vijay, MotoZone, Pune.

Couple of more changes made:

WP Suspension USDs and Magura 4 Piston Monobloc Radially Mounted Caliper.









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I have finally started to personalize this bike. This is just the start, sourcing many more parts to make it unique.
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I have finally started to personalize this bike. This is just the start, sourcing many more parts to make it unique.
can you please provide some pictures of the tail tidy mod and how you went about it.

Also, are the alloys painted or plasti dipped?
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can you please provide some pictures of the tail tidy mod and how you went about it.

Also, are the alloys painted or plasti dipped?
Attached an old pic from my 200.
Me and my mech just sat down and cut the tail to a length I liked, made a new number plate and we were done.

I have a plastidip can, but the alloys are painted as plastidip comes out fairing easily. Just a small scratch and anyone can peel it off.
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Old 15th March 2015, 02:39   #832
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It was back in 1990 hat I modified my RD350 into an enduro bike; the pictures are somewhere in the deep past of this eternal thread.

sometime later, maybe around 2002, the laws were changed, and I was told my mods were illegal. The bike needed to be inspected by the RTO [being more that 15 years old by then], and they would confiscate it when they saw I modified the suspension and frame.

I sold it a few years ago, since I no longer come to India.

But seeing you guys still so enthusiastically doing such creative work on your bikes, I was wondering what the legal is situation these days?

Alright, here's my old bike. Has anyone seen it around?
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Another build from IRONic

"Slightly Epic"

Started of with a Yamaha Rx135

Hand made aluminium fairings with brush metal finish to add character. An extended swing arm to accommodate a 130 section tyre, and of course a hand made tail out of sheet metal, and then you have the knee indents, and a not so cool visor (which is removable). All the aluminium work and fabrication was done in-house by a metal sculpture artist (IRONic Engineering) with a bit of help from his German Shepherd and his short tempered grandfather; check him out and his collection for more details and mechanical related sculptures.

AND YES It has specifically designed air vents to suck in more air, as they know that its a two stoke, and needs a lot more amount of cooling. They build these motorcycles as a hobby, they are no geniuses and they DO NOT try to imitate or copy, this is more of a passion,they work on tight budgets and timelines as they have dog to feed and bills to pay, so no fancy parts yet.

The machine took approximately 3 weeks to build. Hope you guys like it, open for critique.

Sorry for bad grammar, me english not all ok...

Photo courtesy Kishor Krishnamoorthi photography
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Amazing work again guys! I've been following your work since your Weekend Warrior build and I must admit I am a fan! Kudos guys! Keep up the good work.
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Amazing work again guys! I've been following your work since your Weekend Warrior build and I must admit I am a fan! Kudos guys! Keep up the good work.
Thanks a lot 2legit2quit, means a lot when people appreciate our work
Thank you,
I see you are in Hyderabad... Do drop in soemtime...
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WoW ! Team Brother. Let me tell you something, something between dreams, wants & fantasies.
1. You sure have a Great Looker.
2. Tell me about the front tires.
3. Your rear ones look great with those fancy wheels.
4. Now burning your sparks would be a great time to thank a Royal Enfield Buff, do check your silencer.
5. This is how it goes in the real world brother.


Be safe, Drive Safe. Regards ... Big Cat.
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A bit O.T... but since we're talking about this "IRONic" creation - check out their facebook page.

Full of cool tinkering with metal bits in the garage, but it's the WICKED sense of humour that made me like the page

Oh, and i bought this t-shirt with an illustration of the same bike on it. Pretty cool!
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WoW ! Team Brother. Let me tell you something, something between dreams, wants & fantasies.
1. You sure have a Great Looker.
2. Tell me about the front tires.
3. Your rear ones look great with those fancy wheels.
4. Now burning your sparks would be a great time to thank a Royal Enfield Buff, do check your silencer.
5. This is how it goes in the real world brother.


Be safe, Drive Safe. Regards ... Big Cat.

Hey BigCat !
1. Thank You!
2. We never remember tyre sizes so for this bike, we actually painted the size on the tyre so we remember.
3. Thank You!
4. Thank You!
5. The world is round.

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A bit O.T... but since we're talking about this "IRONic" creation - check out their facebook page.

Full of cool tinkering with metal bits in the garage, but it's the WICKED sense of humour that made me like the page :-D
Thank you Rehaan for the kind words.

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Default Duke's new avataar by Cafe Nomads!

Due wears new clothes!!! Only if the tank was a size smaller

Commendable job by guys at 'Café Nomads' (love their logo as well!!)

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