When looking for risers I saw this. I like the stock seat, but if I rode more I would consider this. About 700 without heat, 561 for driver seat only.
I just joined this forum, this is my first post.
The manual for my 2020 r3 says that there should be 42 psi (2.90 bar) in both the front and rear? I am used to more like 35 psi (2.40 bar) for the front.
Has anyone played around with the pressires? If so, results...
Looking for options on taking off the swing arm and putting my plate under the taillight. I was hoping for a street bike look by putting the turn signals in the taillight. Has anyone done this yet? Also, I've been following Corbin as they put out aftermarket parts for the 2020...
If someone coughs up the 1100+ bucks for the slip-on, could you please post some pics and sound clips. It's tough to shell out the dough without much info, their website wasn't much help.
Was wonder what kind of baffling if any, was in the cans.
Thanks in advance
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