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Thread: Problem Solved! Check this out! Pictures!

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    So I recently fixed the biggest eyesore on our bikes. Getting rid of those ugly stock oil lines. It is such a huge improvement to the look of our already awesome bikes. The right side has the beautiful huge brake to stare at, why not jazz up the left side with some more eye candy. I am wanting to start selling this option as a kit for people that want a quick easy hop up. Here are some pictures and more details below.

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    The Kit:

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    It is a good idea to do the swap while you are changing the oil, that's what I did.

    It is a complete kit that is really easy to install and uses high end racing components. If you can change your oil, you can replace these lines.

    I will ship the kit to any of the 48 states for $180. Just PM me and I will send you my email to PayPal me the money. I will promptly ship out your kit including detailed instructions with pictures.

    What do you guys think? Questions, Comments?

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    I do not own a 1125 but that looks really nice and clean!

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    Looks good

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    Thanks guys! I love how it just looks stock, it just fits the bike way better than the stock lines.

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    That is pretty nice although I don't mind the stock lines. I like the rawness.

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    Looks great! I would do that mod if i had an 1125.

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    Nice! You should develop a kit for the XB's. More XB's out there to sell to.

    Looks good!

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    looks great

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    Those look sweet.. Can you make them in the standard red and blue with silver line...

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    Thanks everyone. Making a kit for the XB is a good idea. I might be able to use a buddies XB12 to go off of.

    I can make it with the standard red and blue fittings and raw stainless steel hose if you are interested 1badtitan. Let me know. I would be interested in sewing what it looked like.



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