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2007 CBR600RR-Accessories, after market parts? - March 20, 2007, 08:10 PM

I did some searching online and can't find that many after market parts and accessories like tank bras, sliders.

Can you point me to some good sites.

I guess they don't have many items out yet for the 2007?

Also what some decent CBR web sites with alot of techincal info?

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March 22, 2007, 09:19 AM

This is a pretty good online store. Ive order a few things from here:

http://store.58cycle.com/

And you could always check on the rr forums for tech info:

1000rr.net and/or 600rr.net


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March 25, 2007, 09:33 AM

Sweet. Thx
There is a thread on .com about 58cycle.com sucking azz when it comes to customer service.
What has been your experience with them?
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Ive honestly had no problems with them. Granted I havent order a whole lot (db wind screen, sliders, levers, swingarm sliders, and few other little things here and there), but everything came as ordered. Never had a reason to deal with the customer service side of the house, but I have called a few times to ask questions and was always able to speak with someone. Plus they are in-state which makes shipping fast.


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April 9, 2007, 08:38 PM

FireWhirl,

I closed the deal on your twin this past Sat ('07 White/Blk RR) and will be in the same boat as you are about aftermarket parts.

I am on www.600rr.net as 'Ruff' - there is tons of info on the new RR's there and its a good tech resource/community


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FireWhirl,

I closed the deal on your twin this past Sat ('07 White/Blk RR) and will be in the same boat as you are about aftermarket parts.

I am on www.600rr.net as 'Ruff' - there is tons of info on the new RR's there and its a good tech resource/community
Yeah I have seen you post over there on 600rr.net
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