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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-28-2009, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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Will It Pass Tech?

well? will it? huh? huh? if i need a new sprocket cover, it's no big deal, but i was just curious.
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Hell I seen bikes without any front sproket cover out on the track.
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Sweet. Did you make that or did it come with speed holes? haha
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Sweet. Did you make that or did it come with speed holes? haha
LOL. that's just somebody on the internet, but mine has the center portion drilled out. with it drilled, i can remove the countersprocket without pulling the cover off, which requires removing the clutch slave prior. lot of effort for little result ya know?
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No Way!!!! You need a whole new bike!!!
DAMN! i was just thinking to myself the other day "i should probably give up the most awesomest bike ever since it's tainted now"
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I have really grown to like rc51, but it is an ugly somnabitch without plastics.
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It's referred to as the "Nicky Mod" on 51s. Although the ends are usually more tapered.

Do you have any extra track or street plastics you want to part with?

Bike looks clean.
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It's referred to as the "Nicky Mod" on 51s. Although the ends are usually more tapered.

Do you have any extra track or street plastics you want to part with?

Bike looks clean.
thanks, but it's not mine. i just looked up "nicky mod" on google for a picture of it. i'm not a huge fan of the aesthetics, but the function is awesome. no plastics i'm interested in parting with, but talk to me after the season. i'm more inclined to buy a 600 for full time track duty, but we'll see how it goes.
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