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    Quote Originally Posted by zukeru View Post
    Any good deals youve seen around on them? Also do they have gold im kinda doing a red black gold theme.
    https://www.motomummy.com/levers/fp-...ort-lever-set/


    Here's my review on their customer service when I had my lowside.
    http://www.cosportbikeclub.org/forum...ers&highlight=
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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    Quote Originally Posted by zukeru View Post
    I wen't with the cutless because I didn't want to cut into the fairings and from what I read the SATO ones weren't to bad. I figure if I go down I don't think sliders are much gonna matter anyways lol..

    I also ended up getting the GB slider covers for the engine clutch and alternator cases as well as some swing arm sliders. Still waiting on the exhaust to come in.

    I really wanted the carbon fiber engine covers but eh it doesn't help no one has them literally. Everyone is out, so I just went with the more practical ones. Oh and I have a 2012 CBR1000RR.

    Anyone know where to get a good deal on JPR or ASV Shorty levers or Sato adjustable Rear sets?

    That is a nice bike.

    get rid of the rear cowl, remove the passenger pegs and the fork reflectors. IMO .

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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    so can anyone help wednesday or thursday night put everything my exhaut and everything will be in wednesday or thursday i dont have the know how to install everything or the tools. again i will bring weed and beer just txt 7029855378..


    and mdub i like the rear cowl and passanger pegs bc girls ask me for rides all the time lol...

    but yes the reflectors are coming off.

    cant wait to have my taylor made installed so excited.

    also amyome know why a brandnew cbr1000rr would seem boggy in first below 6k rpm also its idle is off occasionally as well and it gets the bouncy idle from time to time.

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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    Ok...




    My only 2 cents : bike under 1k miles? Could be breaking in period jitters of the bike? But that is odd that the bike is riding in such a manner. Are you the first owner? I see the bike is a 12. You are putting in 91 octane?


    i have a 09 and the bike rides great.


    I can help on Friday or Saturday if you have not gotten stuff put on by then.


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    lol I could probably arrange something haha jkjk,

    um yea i got it with 0 miles lol im at about 550 now. It's weird im hoping the power commander, irc and exhaust will eliminate this issue. Honestly I think it was just powersports probably didn't put the intake on right when they checked it, it was missing a windshield bolt and the right seat bolt wasnt even screwed in they simply are like the worst company ever and when I called them they didn't even seem to give a shit. So I'm thinking the airfilter isnt sealed properly or something but I don't know much about bikes i just know on my cars I used to build that would happen if the maf was getting erroneous airflow readings due to a lack of seal or what not. I know how to build cars I just haven't worked on bikes much.

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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    well it might have to be friday or sat because I cant doit my self

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    Taylor Made Exhaust!.....NOOOOO! Oh well you don't listen to my advice anyways so I'll let you learn the hard way.
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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    Quote Originally Posted by bulldog View Post
    Taylor Made Exhaust!.....NOOOOO! Oh well you don't listen to my advice anyways so I'll let you learn the hard way.
    No one listens to your advice.
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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    lol from what ive read online it got really good reviews.

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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    Quote Originally Posted by Mother Goose View Post
    No one listens to your advice.
    And this is why you are still fatties and I am muscle ripped

    It is something about this club though......so many people do not want to listen to advice of people that have been doing this way longer than them. I don't get it as this is how I learned. Guys like Hoopty, Spiderman, Dean, Jim, etc (old school members) all gave me lots of advice and I listened and never really questioned as they were better riders than me. Really made me into the rider I became. Hoopty used to tell me daily it was the rider and not bike, so I stayed on a 600CC and learned I could beat 1000cc's by riding better. His excellent advice really made the difference and doubt I'd be the rider I am now without that advice! More people should embrace this!

    Like the fitness thing.... I have been researching fitness for over 10 years. You don't gain 25+ pounds of muscle without knowing what you are doing....yet instead of listening I got people arguing. We can compare results of those people and see who's advice worked better....all a science. And again...I learned a lot of this from people better than me that were personal trainers or competed in shows that gave me advice!

    Quote Originally Posted by zukeru View Post
    lol from what ive read online it got really good reviews.
    Really...hmmm this topic even came up yesterday http://www.cosportbikeclub.org/forum...819#post757819

    Horrible reviews on durability and claims of no power gains! Most people claim the rivets fall out and they don't last long before falling apart; all over many forums. For the money I'd expect better.
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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    Quote Originally Posted by bulldog View Post
    And this is why you are still fatties and I am muscle ripped
    Some of us don't want to be beefcake!




    And I've been working out, so suck it!
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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    Quote Originally Posted by Mother Goose View Post
    Some of us don't want to be beefcake!




    And I've been working out, so suck it!
    Yeah probably wrong because you won't listen to my advice! Honestly this is all a science and just working out is not enough....diet is basically 70% of it all. Becoming a "beefcake" would take years of heavy lifting and proper diet (if it were that easy you would not see pros taking to their mid 30's to get into a Mr Olympia contest; highest level). See, you never listened because if you could become a "beefcake" like you say in less than 3 years I'll give you $1K; not possible. Just because "weight training" is the main focus I do, does not mean it is not very successful for losing weight too (combined with cardio and proper diet)....the more muscle, the faster you burn calories. If you find a personal trainer who is against weight training then run because they do not know what they are talking about.
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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    or steroids haha.. its like nos for a bike lol

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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    Quote Originally Posted by zukeru View Post
    or steroids haha.. its like nos for a bike lol
    Not really...especially if you do not lift! You can get on steroids now and I bet within a year you will not be huge. Even Mr Olympias who are one many different types or steroids are lucky to gain maybe 5 pounds of muscle a year. In reality steroids are more used for recovery! It allows someone to train harder and repair way faster! Look at guys in the UFC that have been caught...some are not ripped huge guys....they use them to train way more.

    Now you may see the idiot taking oral steroids and blowing up (work faster, but horrible for you), but most of that is water weight / swelling, and when the roids stop, so does that mass....seen it happen over and over again. If roids were that good you wouldn't see those giant guys at gym still busting their ass lifting heavy. Common myth with roids....still have to train hard and gains are not that great as people think! It is more that the guys that do them are serious about getting bigger so they are able to train more and harder, then wake up and do it all again...something hard for a normal person as most will get too sore or body will break down.

    For example, does this look like a guy on roids? He has been caught over and over again; MMA fighter Josh Barnett
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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    Quote Originally Posted by bulldog View Post
    Taylor Made Exhaust!.....NOOOOO! Oh well you don't listen to my advice anyways so I'll let you learn the hard way.

    He'll be okay. I have one for a few yrs now. I love it!!!!

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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    Quote Originally Posted by mdub View Post
    He'll be okay. I have one for a few yrs now. I love it!!!!
    Asians always try to justify their sub-par "gear".

    Just kidding bro, but was hard to pass up.....
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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    I hope it comes in today so I can just stare at it in amazement while I wait like a kid on xmas morning to put it on..

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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    Quote Originally Posted by zukeru View Post
    I hope it comes in today so I can just stare at it in amazement while I wait like a kid on xmas morning to put it on..
    That is always a fun feeling as a adult....UPS is Santa!

    No better way to learn than to try to do it yourself....search forums and I am sure you can find how-to guides....don't be scared man, this is how most of us learned! Heck I just tore apart a brand new WRX I got using these YouTube guides to install Dynamat...scary pulling panels all over a car with less than 500 miles. Used same guides to install a amp (using factory navigation deck) and how to get through firewall of WRX You said you have worked on cars before and bikes aren't that much different

    Here I will help:
    not sure if this applies to your bike, but a how-to on
    TaylorMade Exhaust Install - Honda CBR 1000 RR - Part One

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lggFi2_1lGk
    Part 2
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXROHEi1dlE
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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    i dont have the tools and im prone to breaking things.

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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    Quote Originally Posted by zukeru View Post
    i dont have the tools and im prone to breaking things.
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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    lol now they tell me it wont be here until next week mother fuckers... ugh guess i wont be putting it on this weekend either.

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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    So all the parts finally came in. Is anyone around to help tonight or this weekend?

    again I would appreciate it alot.

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    Re: Can Someone Help With Install of Slip ON IRC and Powercommander 5

    which side of town???

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