Post by RedAndBlack on May 15, 2018 23:33:59 GMT -7
1. Suspension adjustment. $40 to make the bike handle like it should. 2. Got a deal on a used R1 master cylinder for like $70 bucks with the brake reservoir. Of course I had to buy brake pads and lines so the total brake job cost much more, but that was a steal. 3. Delkelvic exhaust. When talking best bang for buck, I felt this was appropriate to mention. It's certainly not the exhaust I want. But for $200, it sounds great and was further made better by an ECU flash. I don't like spending a lot of money on side mount exhausts. They are just too easy to damage and too expensive to replace.
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There are a lot of mods that are cost effective, some are better than others. The ones I like are:
1. The QS shifter, not exactly cheap at MSRP of $200 but it adds a lot of fun to the riding experience. Overall a good value. 2. Radiator and oil cooler guards by Evotech. I view this as more of a 'must have' for protection, but they also clean up the front of the bike and make clean up a breeze if you live in a buggy environment. I hate to see bugs jammed into a stock radiator, ugh. 3. Spools for the swingarm along with a good, sturdy stand. Makes any sort of work so much easier. 4. Older riders will remember when all bikes had some means to attach a helmet, usually via a hook under the seat. Then over the years this was a feature that got left off until very few bikes have a helmet lock anymore. A crime, imo. I hate having to lug my helmet into a restaurant or store. There are various options but the most elegant for me is a dedicated lock that fits on the passenger footpeg mounting holes (with or without the pegs). I bought mine from Web!ke Japan. japan.webike.net/ Easy to order from and you get your stuff in about a week, straight from Japan. A diligent person could even rekey it to use the stock ignition key.
Last Edit: May 17, 2018 14:06:56 GMT -7 by evitzee
2, suspension set up by some one who knows what they are doing ... try it before spending on upgrading.
3, Premium grade fuel, i find that using a higher ron rating ( in the UK ) has increased mileage by about 10% ..... i know that this will divide opinion and i have in the past used the cheapest on offer.
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May 14, 2018 19:44:46 GMT -7