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Old 03-23-2006, 07:47 AM   #826
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What size is that MT21? I notice that the MT21 does not come in the OEM (MT90) size of 150/70.

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It's a 140/80. The profile opens up a bit, but it fits good. I've had no problems with them.
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Old 03-23-2006, 09:22 AM   #827
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Check it yo... ! Almost ready for the spring, just a couple more things.
That's a very colorful and cool looking bike. I don't like the girl though, she's ugly.
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Old 03-25-2006, 08:21 PM   #828
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A pic of the 950 with a new set of Woody's wheels, 17/19 set tubeless.
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Old 03-25-2006, 09:24 PM   #829
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I've posted many, many pages ago but my bike has undergone some changes so I thought I would re-post some pics!



Lots of changes since stock

High Fender kit, crash bars, sponsor decals, knobbies, Wings, aux lights, borrowed Renazco seat (this is the 3rd Rally Seat made!) ... on and on!



Now, just to get it dirty and make it complete!

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Old 03-25-2006, 10:24 PM   #830
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Which tires are those osteo ? The bike looks great, I need a sm fender bad
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Old 03-26-2006, 01:52 AM   #831
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I've posted many, many pages ago but my bike has undergone some changes so I thought I would re-post some pics!



Lots of changes since stock

High Fender kit, crash bars, sponsor decals, knobbies, Wings, aux lights, borrowed Renazco seat (this is the 3rd Rally Seat made!) ... on and on!



Now, just to get it dirty and make it complete!

D
Osteo, that without a doubt, is the most ball aching, best looking 950 on earth!!

ya' mongrel!!




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Old 03-26-2006, 04:42 AM   #832
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Osteo, that without a doubt, is the most ball aching, best looking 950 on earth!!

ya' mongrel!!
Thanks Braaap!! now I just gotta ride it as good as it looks


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Which tires are those osteo ? The bike looks great, I need a sm fender bad
The front is the TKC80, with close to 8000km on it - I'm changing it to a Mitas C-17, 80/dirt, 20/road maybe today.

The rear is a Kings Tire Link not a bad tire especially considering it was pretty cheap almost 1/2 a TKC80 rear, it has about 2000km on it. Only real problem with it is that it is not as wide as it should be.

Not sure what the next tire will be, this one should last another ~1500-2000km considering its wear so far, I may try the Mitas E-09 next.

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Old 03-26-2006, 05:20 AM   #833
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Hey Osteo, what protectors are you using on the fork lowers???
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Old 03-26-2006, 05:56 AM   #834
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Hey Osteo, what protectors are you using on the fork lowers???
Those are the 85SX fork protectors 470010940030 They just fit, the front bolt holes require a bit of spreading, but no problems.

The dust protectors are from Sicass Racing - here it the link

I would have liked the KTM boots, but a pain in the ass to install and these were cheap and work well! (plus their logo is also Orange!).

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Old 03-26-2006, 02:05 PM   #835
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the cheapy (wrap-around) seal protectors go on easy, an' do as good a job imo... plus yer more inclined to peel them off and clean in there....

wish we got more black models down here..... I've only ever seen one on the road, at about 160kmh!.... he was going in the opposite direction
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Old 03-26-2006, 05:14 PM   #836
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Old 03-26-2006, 05:23 PM   #837
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I've posted many, many pages ago but my bike has undergone some changes so I thought I would re-post some pics!



Lots of changes since stock

High Fender kit, crash bars, sponsor decals, knobbies, Wings, aux lights, borrowed Renazco seat (this is the 3rd Rally Seat made!) ... on and on!



Now, just to get it dirty and make it complete!

D
Gorgeous! Would you have the P/Ns for the high fender conversion?
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Old 03-26-2006, 06:36 PM   #838
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Heres a pic of my new 950 S, picked her up 2 days ago and road 600kms since then.....brilliant. Hope it works, first time posting pics.
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Old 03-26-2006, 08:40 PM   #839
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Shardzero - looks great!, just too clean!

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Gorgeous! Would you have the P/Ns for the high fender conversion?
I got the part numbers from a previous thread, but I think some of them had changed... I seem to recall having to change one of them, so these are the numbers I used:

Brake Hose front 60013012100
Front Fender Short Black 5030801020030
Brake Hose Guide 59008019000
4 x HH COllar Screw M 6x29 0014060203
4 x Spacker Bushing 50208020000
Fork Protector L/s, R/s 85SX 4700109400030
Brake Hose Guide Front 60013025000
Rubber for Brake Hose Guide 60013025050

And there they are, I used everything, there a couple bolts left over, but they came from the old fender. Someone had posted that you do not need all the screws from this list.. and I found I did, as the original ones are not long enough as you need the extra length for the 2nd brake hose guide.

Again, I'm not taking credit for this list, I got it here (I just can't find the link right now).

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Old 03-26-2006, 09:03 PM   #840
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Heres a pic of my new 950 S, picked her up 2 days ago and road 600kms since then.....brilliant. Hope it works, first time posting pics.
Very nice looking bike. I see that you have the black seat on it. Did you get it with the black seat or have it swapped out? I replaced my stock orange seat a couple of weeks after I got the bike. I like the black seat more than the orange (plus the orange got really dirty really fast).

Besides.. the blue bikes are the fastestestttt bikes ever!
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