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Here are more pics of my mods just finished today. Brakes lines, Iso grips, Iso Boards, shooter windshield.

 

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I am flunking pictures 101....LOL

 

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I am doing it by the instructions and it aint working so will post when I figure it out. Pictures are on Frappr
 

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Got it right now so here we go.......





 

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Looks good !....I bet those brake cables make a difference huh ? and they look good as well...I want to do this mod...did you do it yourself ?
 

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Nester, dont know about the extension of the forks on the install because I had it done at my dealer. What I can tell you is that there is plenty of line up closer to the cowl and since the lines are in guides and not anchored they extend with no problem. I have not noticed any pressure on them even when really twisting the throttle and feeling the forks extend up front.

Eagle: It is a good mod and the difference in braking power is very noticeable. It is a big bike and I am a big guy so wanted to make sure all of that weight had a chance to slow quickly if needed. Do it, you wont regret it!!
 

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The Iso Boards have been a good addition to the bike. They allow much more foot coverage and I dont have pain in my legs after long ride like I did with pegs. The only issue I had was on the brake side. The positioning of the brake made it hard to get my foot on board without feeling like it would fall off or being jammed under lever. I ended up bending the lever more upright and back toward the frame of the bike and it worked wonders. Thought of cutting tip of brake lever off like others have done but just bending it a little worked for me since my shoe size is 0nly 10.

You will need the adapter with them but Directline has the board and adapter on the same page so you can get them easily.
 

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I like what you have done so far but can I ask why you are still wearing decals and reflectors :bigthumbsup:
 

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ElectricZ,
Thought about taking badges off but I kinda like the tank badges. I did take stickers off the top of tank and may take relectors off after I get all my lights installed and running like I want them. Funny thing is when I am riding I cant see any of that stuff....LOL :D :D :D.
 

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Bullie said:
ElectricZ,
  Thought about taking badges off but I kinda like the tank badges. I did take stickers off the top of tank and may take relectors off after I get all my lights installed and running like I want them. Funny thing is when I am riding I cant see any of that stuff....LOL :D :D :D.
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