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    #16
    Welcome to the fourm.

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      #17
      Bienvenido, ya está en casita la moto?
      The cbr front-end is a good choice but if you change the whole front-end I think it's better to take a newer cbr600rr pc40 front-end it's lighter and has better brakes.
      Last edited by ParcNHawk; 11-25-2019, 09:26 AM.

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        #18
        Officially, just I'm a new hawk owner.

        New build thread soon!

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          #19
          Originally Posted by Luis View Post
          Bienvenido, ya está en casita la moto?
          The cbr front-end is a good choice but if you change the whole front-end I think it's better to take a newer cbr600rr pc40 front-end it's lighter and has better brakes.
          Yes Luis, ya esta en casa!

          About the front end, maybe I don't change the front fork... I whant a classic image whith some good and practical detail, like a radial master brake, an a exhaust... etc.

          Just I buy new turn signals, aftermarket but same image like the originals.

          Thanks for your attention!

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            #20
            Originally Posted by stpierre View Post
            Welcome to the fourm.
            Thank you very much!!

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              #21
              Hola Sr. Elcamino! My espanol is very bad, so feel free to correct

              I must agree with Mr. Luis regarding the front fork ... CBR600RR with front wheel and brakes is a solid performance gain. The one on mine is 2006 which was gold color, 2007 and following years are black color (USA models). Its easy to bolt-on ... but a little modification to steering stops and headlight mount are needed.
              Bi-Coastal U.S.A.: Los Angeles, CA and Long Island, NY

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                #22
                Welcome

                If you were looking for a support group you're barking up the wrong tree. This place is fulla enablers dude. - Shooter77us

                The bitterness of low quality lingers long after the thrill of a low price has gone. - RacerX450

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                  #23
                  Originally Posted by jspeed53 View Post
                  Hola Sr. Elcamino! My espanol is very bad, so feel free to correct

                  I must agree with Mr. Luis regarding the front fork ... CBR600RR with front wheel and brakes is a solid performance gain. The one on mine is 2006 which was gold color, 2007 and following years are black color (USA models). Its easy to bolt-on ... but a little modification to steering stops and headlight mount are needed.


                  Hello jspeed!

                  You forget the "ñ" in the word español, but I suppose that you don't have this letter in yours telephones.

                  Anyhow, I'm sure that my English is badder than your spanish because almost I don't practice.

                  Reference to the front fork, I decided, for this moment, don't change for keep the classic image of the rc31.

                  So, if i change, maybe will be for a cbr 600 95' (I don't remember the honda code) that have almost the same image that the hawk's original fork.
                  maybe in the future.

                  Yeah, the exhaust for my is a must, I whant listen the beautiful sound of the little v2.

                  My doubt is, buy a new aftermarket can (in Spain is a little expensive the model that I whant, FUEL EXHAUST, England) or buy a used, but whith better image that mine, that have a crash) and modified the internals or make a homemade exhaust. I can cut and weld, I'm a industrial mechanic.

                  This next week I have to buy the pinion cover, the bike don have it

                  I'm sure that I need a one piece handelbar, like the nakeds or cross bikes (sorry, I can't explain better, I don't find the correct words in my mind) so, I'm gonna need "towers" for this handlebar and a renthal unit.

                  Well, for my it's a pleasure that you read my horribly English and my doubts, fell free if you wanna
                  Best regards my friends!

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                    #24
                    Originally Posted by ParcNHawk View Post
                    Welcome
                    Thank you very much!

                    Days ago I find the "quote" button! You know? amazing!

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                      #25
                      A lot of riders have switched from clipons to a dirt bike bar with risers.

                      I'm not sure what you mean by “pinion cover”, can you give more detail?
                      Flock of Hawks | '13 Tacoma | '69 Falcon (currently getting reassembled!)
                      I've spent most of my money on women, beer, cars and motorcycles. The rest of it I just wasted.

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                        #26
                        Originally Posted by 69Falcon View Post
                        A lot of riders have switched from clipons to a dirt bike bar with risers.

                        I'm not sure what you mean by “pinion cover”, can you give more detail?
                        Yes, i will try,

                        I need (just I see once in ebay) the chain front cover... the cover that is near to the left front rearset, the output of the gearbox. I can't explain better whith my English

                        What web do you use for upload photos?

                        regards!!

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                          #27
                          You're looking for the front sprocket cover. It is a plastic piece painted to look like the metal of the motor.

                          I upload pictures directly to the forum, if you click on the icon that is A it will open the advanced options, and then you can click on the icon that looks like the mountains. Or you can simply Upload Attachments, and it will add it. Or if you click the icon that looks like a camera, the option to upload a picture will also appear.

                          I do recommend uploading pictures directly to the forum, as we are hosted on vBulletin's servers, they provide all the backups, and it is included in our agreement with them at no additional cost.

                          PS - Your english is much better than my spanish, so don't worry!
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                          Flock of Hawks | '13 Tacoma | '69 Falcon (currently getting reassembled!)
                          I've spent most of my money on women, beer, cars and motorcycles. The rest of it I just wasted.

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                            #28
                            In the dropdown menu above your post , while making a post.

                            The symbol for (picture) that is square with mountain and sun.

                            That's the picture icon. Click. That, box
                            you will have 2 options from the internet ( URL) OR ... upload click upload, then the big grey box and click ( Browse ) find your photo and click it. And click ( Done )

                            Now back at the picture page. Click ( load to server) now wait ... when its finished copying
                            you will get a long page ... at the bottom click
                            ( OK)

                            Your picture will be screen size

                            At the bottom of your post are options for size
                            Thumbnail, Small medium large etc.

                            that's it . . El Camino !

                            PS. Also at the dropdown menu there is a box with 3 dots in the box. That will expand the menu with more options if you're on a phone screen.
                             
                            Last edited by SPA; 11-30-2019, 10:31 AM.
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                              #29
                              The problem with spaniards and english is a problem that they still know very good since they try to understand me ...
                              the delkevic exhaust are not so expensive.

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