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  • Kattie
    started a topic Making The Kat A Fighter

    Making The Kat A Fighter

    I am in the process of making my pre kat a fighter...Im keeping the stock tail and im not going as far as cutting the frame or anything...ive just ordered parts and i took my front fairings,my factory headlight,guages and my windscreen off and thats as far as ive gone...Im keeping the rear fairings and the bottom fairings and the front fender on it because im going for more of the stunt look then a full on fighter and i want to be able to put it back to stock if i ever decide i want to do that...Ill be sure to post some pics soon.

  • gdem007
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    I like tha way Kats look... why chang em?

    That thing looked cool when you when you first got it I can't figure out why you guys change them up especially when some of them just look ratty. I'm new to motorcycles, is there any other reason than just got borred with the norm?

    Greg

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  • thedoja
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    wow, i just posted pics of my fighter last night. Our paint looks close, and i used sliders also, i liked the look of them. Your bikes looking nice. On a side note, i cut my front fender using a dremel. it came out looking awesome. Check out my post.

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  • dodgyp
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    lookin tidy there, well clean

    BTW does having the forks up thru the top tree so far cause any probs?
    if not - sweet!

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  • Jeiger
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    Thats pretty sharp Kattie I like what you did with it, I still would like to find the seat cowl and not in in England

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  • Unholy_m
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    Yup and i hope to have the same amount when I start mine. Positive or negative.

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  • fox24086
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    well thats the point of having a fighter is to be diffrent than everyone else

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  • Kattie
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    Originally posted by Unholy_m View Post
    I meant that I wasn't sure if "I" like it, but it's not my build. lol Looking good.
    Ehh.. 2 each their own...I kinda pride myself on being different...But thanks bud anyones input is always welcome.

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  • Unholy_m
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    I meant that I wasn't sure if "I" like it, but it's not my build. lol Looking good.

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  • Slofuze
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    Originally posted by BPryz View Post
    I used some black o-rings I got at home depot. looks almost stock.
    Not to thread-jack....... but THAT is a cool solution!

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  • Kattie
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    Originally posted by Unholy_m View Post
    A little iffy on the tach light itself. Other then that I am still liking this.
    What do you mean iffy..? lol

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  • Unholy_m
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    A little iffy on the tach light itself. Other then that I am still liking this.

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  • Kattie
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    Originally posted by scottynoface View Post
    Interesting, though if you can't see it at a glance what's the point of having a tach at all?
    Its in my range of view...and the only time i really use my tach is when i tach the bike out to shift and it has a shift light thats bright enough to blind you.

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  • BPryz
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    Originally posted by Kfreak View Post
    If you take a piece of 3/8" gas line and cut it to about 1/2" long it works great on the rear brake lever. Or any piece of rubber hose that will fit for that matter.

    I used some black o-rings I got at home depot. looks almost stock.

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  • scottynoface
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    Interesting, though if you can't see it at a glance what's the point of having a tach at all?

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