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    Night and Day difference.

    Got my reupholstered seat back. They added better high density foam, and went 1 1/2 inches wider, and about 1'' taller. Also I got to pick the color. Total $ 70.00.
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    Had but regrettably sold a 1982 KZ1000R Eddie Lawson Replica

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    That looks great. Need some yellow hand guards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braden View Post
    That looks great. Need some yellow hand guards.

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    I am from D- Flex. I am going to get them from a company called Pitster Pro.The hand guards come with removable spoilers. They come in thirty different color combos. Mine will be yellow/ blue of course
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    Awesome color! I hate when I come out of a store and sit myself down on a scalding black seat. Since I'm close to a boat reupholstering place, maybe I'll switch to a less heat absorbing color. Hopefully they're around the $70 mark too. White seat with 80's green heavy bassboat flake would look so biiiitchn'

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    looked at your pic again and noticed that you have a "splashgard/mudflap" on the back of the front fender... Would you share where you got it?

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    Drill.. rivets. And a piece of thick rubber...tahdah! Mudflap.
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    Mine has it also aswell as on the back. Looks to be a factory thing on the older bikes. I may be wrong though. But is simple to duplicate

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    Nice. I am want to add some height to mine as well. Sooner rather than later.
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    Looks sharp with that color scheme. Like the mudflap too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ7_TW View Post
    looked at your pic again and noticed that you have a "splashgard/mudflap" on the back of the front fender... Would you share where you got it?
    It was from a truckers rubber mudflap I found at work. I cut it to siz , and now no more dirty motor.
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