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    no not at all, i avoid dealers as much as possible... i bought used got my bike for 4k with 1300 miles on it.... had to go through hell to get the title sorted out but in the end it was worth it.
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    If you have a tailbag, and all you want though is to charge things in the bag or for an airpump. Then the single socket like what I have is probably a good choice as will save $ since will have part of the connections already from a battery tender. But if you want heated gear or GPS etc.. Maybe look at dash/handlebar mount options instead.
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    Here is what I have:
    Powerlet SAE To Cigarette Socket Cable - RevZilla
    Works good for me because I only use it to power my air pump, or to charge my cell phone stuffed into my tailbag. Depends on what you want it for. Check out Powerlett Plugs Sockets Wire & More - Powerlet Products.... They have some sweet systems (including waterproof) that you can mount on your black dash parts. They blend in very nicely (for purposes of powering GPS/Camera/etc) if desired that way. NastyButler did that style setup and looks real nice. I might add that as another connection because looks like would work VERY good for heated gear.
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    Yeah. My knees are covering them up, and they blend in pretty good. You can see them a little better in my Headlight album:
    Yamaha FZ6R Forums - International FZ6R / XJ6 Motorcycle Community Forum - MNGreg's Album: New Mini H1 Projector Mod
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2007 YZF R6, Blue


Yana Shiki H.I.D. Kit (low beams only) // Pit Bull Rotary Steering Stabilizer // Chain and Cable Luber


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Bye Bye Bye

by mikebaileyvienna on 07-14-2014 at 05:30 AM
After a change of coolant (June 28) I put teh FZ6R on Craigslist and sold it. 17K miles, perfect condition, 6 oil changes (the last 3 were synth). Went for a little over $3.3k.

The replacement is an '07 blue R6. Crazy fun to ride. It had been down once (low speed, damage was minor plastic scratching). New tires, new clutch, owned by a nice doctor at Georgetown. Immediately jumping into an HID and a steering stabilizer. So....the fun continues!

The offending clutch cable

by mikebaileyvienna on 10-18-2013 at 12:42 PM
Replacement was about 30 minutes. Getting the routing right so teh guide would accept the cable end was the only exciting part.

Happy Birthday Mr. MC

by mikebaileyvienna on 08-07-2013 at 06:49 AM
One year anniversary, 11.4K miles. Mr. MC gets a day at the spa (Fairfax Cycles). New tires, HID conversion, new sparkies.

amazing result

by mikebaileyvienna on 06-16-2013 at 11:47 AM
Changing to Repsol 4T and a K&N Air Filter seems to have increased my gas mileage to over 52 mpg. I feel like I'm riding more aggressively, revving harder, making more noise, and still getting better mpg.

Been a while

by mikebaileyvienna on 05-21-2013 at 05:05 AM
Latest additions have been Repsol and a K&N 204 filter. Today was the first real day of riding with this new oil setup and the results are subtle if they exist at all. However, my compulsive oil changing will subside as this crankcase should last me 5K. K&N air filter and new plugs are in the offing. 9K as of today.