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Thanks RnR! - May 16, 2008, 09:56 PM

Work Performed:
PCIII
-1 Front Sprocket
Slider Cage
Rear Axle Spool
Air Filter
600 Mile Service
Custom Dyno Tune

Outcome:
I'm a satisfied customer. Rick and Ali are two great guys to deal with. Rick and his crew performed the job quickly and the work seems to be top notch. I can't wait to take it out on a long ride tomorrow to enjoy the new found powerband more thoroughly. I'm sorry I don't have the dyno sheets to post. Rick emailed them to me, but I couldn't open the file type for some reason?? But here are some pics.

Oh, and I made a little over 100whp with at least 2-9 whp increase all along the powerband which is whats more important to me.

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Glad you're happy with the bike. Looked nice, although I kept thinking somewhere in the back of my mind: Cage, large rear spools, -1.....someone likes to wheelie. Rick was impressed with the gains your bike made with the pc3. Enjoy your toy bro.

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Thanks Ali. I bought all that stuff more for the protection of the bike but I'm sure I will start with the small stuff like wheelies soon enough.


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Nice lookn bike. Those are stock colors? If so......Sht....i've been gone too long!!


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Nice lookn bike. Those are stock colors? If so......Sht....i've been gone too long!!
Thanks bro. Yep those are the stock colors. It only comes with the 600s though.


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