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Hi all,
Nice to know all members in this board. My name is Jim. Been riding bike for 2 years. This is my second bike. So far I really like Kawi 6R.My bike was all original with 4800 miles. I shaved the tail and integrated turn signal. Will replace better tires and the can soon.
 

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Sounds like me, rode for two years before i got my 6r, i want to cut the fender off and rig up an aluminum bracket for the plate and signal lights, im just to scared to pull out the dremel and chop if off though... [:p] if i screw up, its kinda non reversable...
 

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Originally posted by Zorac

Sounds like me, rode for two years before i got my 6r, i want to cut the fender off and rig up an aluminum bracket for the plate and signal lights, im just to scared to pull out the dremel and chop if off though... [:p] if i screw up, its kinda non reversable...
just keep a steady hand and it will come out nice. i told my friend i was going to use the dremel and he did not think it would come out nice. but it did.

Tip-when you finish cutting the unwanted part, sand down the cut line to make it smooth and straight.

 

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Just did mine and I haven't even ridden her yet.. just take your time and leave enough excess from where you want to be so you can gradually work towards your goal with the sanding drum.... after seeing the job that other people had done it wasn't so hard to get into it and I'm the worst at makimg that initial commitment.

The whole job took less than 20 minutes and was definitely worth it.. looks great (clean and sexy even)until I eventually get and undertail
 
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