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    new phone and some sunlight.. perfect time for a photo.
    Still working on the carbs and have brake lines, and lights to order. this is how she sits now.
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    holy crap! i can in all honesty, say, this is the first street fighter ive ever liked. great job on the color and style. looking forward to more pics and video. +1
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    Looks awesome man!
    Great job.
    Inknow how much time these jobs take so nice work man
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    Hey dude can I get some pics of what you have done on the left front (fusebox area) to tidy it up? Im keen for ideas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slipry View Post
    Hey dude can I get some pics of what you have done on the left front (fusebox area) to tidy it up? Im keen for ideas.
    hey mate. all the electrical is hidden beneath the fuel tank. im still running the stock airbox so it was a very very tight squeeze. the fuses you speak of now rest behind the airbox / infront of the rear spring. I would never do it as its alot of mucking around if you are running a front fairing. All the relays and crap behind the gauges had to be relocated also to under the tank to keep it all clean. still unhappy with the amount of wires that have to run out the front... but you have to live with them i guess.

    It is a slow build i guess, but i want everything to be quality and work 100%. Im not rushing anything and have all the time in the world... unfortunately $$$ is the issue.

    Thanks for the love everybody. I promise to get some real photos when Im happy with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexgardiner91 View Post
    hey mate. all the electrical is hidden beneath the fuel tank. im still running the stock airbox so it was a very very tight squeeze. the fuses you speak of now rest behind the airbox / infront of the rear spring. I would never do it as its alot of mucking around if you are running a front fairing. All the relays and crap behind the gauges had to be relocated also to under the tank to keep it all clean. still unhappy with the amount of wires that have to run out the front... but you have to live with them i guess.

    It is a slow build i guess, but i want everything to be quality and work 100%. Im not rushing anything and have all the time in the world... unfortunately $$$ is the issue.

    Thanks for the love everybody. I promise to get some real photos when Im happy with it
    Man this is looking really good. Incredible. It is almost exactly what I want to do with mine. And $$$ is the only thing holding me back so I understand

    Any chance you could post up some detailed photos of how you did the wiring?

    I would also love a bit more detail about the paint. Did you get everything powder coated? or did you do it all yourself? And if so what process did you use. Id really like to get my frame powder coated but $$$ is a big problem there.

    Edit: Also keep up the pics! Post as many as you can, I cant wait to see more!
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    Inspiring effort. Looks tough!

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    Headlight no. 4, definitely

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    Quote Originally Posted by schultzy View Post
    I stuck a battery up my arse.
    Yeah, that's a cool story...

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