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    1125 Parts Hoarders Out There?

    Hello, I picked up an 1125r project that needs work and figured I would change some things in the process. I'm looking for some parts and before I commit to ebay and St. Paul HD for purchases, I figured I'd ask if anyone has some 1125 parts gathering dust and looking to free some space up?

    Stuff I'm interested in:
    -aftermarket exhaust
    -ECM (or maybe just the file?) for the aftermarket pipe
    -right pod cover in black
    -1125r to cr conversion parts (headlight, black windscreen, upper triple, handle bar clamp, plastic gauge surround, full lock set including gas cap)
    -1125cr high bar kit

    I'm sure I'll need some other parts down the road but for now that should get me going. Thanks!

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    Just an update: I sourced and converted the R front end to the CR so no longer need the conversion or high bar parts.

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    At this point in time, I'm still after an aftermarket exhaust and ECM or tune file and a right midnight black pod shroud.

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    St Paul still has a RH pod in black for $130, I'd jump on it if I were you as they arent going to get cheaper or more plentiful.

    When you did the conversion from R to CR was it as simple as "unbolt R parts, bolt on CR parts"?

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    So I've been kicking around the idea of purchasing that pod from St. Pauls. Only downside with them is the shipping. On just that pod the shipping is 40 bucks. I was going to add it to my order of CR parts from them but bc it was coming from another warehouse they still wanted extra $$ for shipping. So I figured I'd try and locate a "gently used" part for under 170.

    As for the conversion, it was pretty straightforward! If going from R triple/handle bars like I did to high bars then wire extensions are only needed for the clutch safety switch, and the brake light switch. 4 wires in total to extend. I kept the original R brake and clutch lines, just changed orientation. I did use longer throttle cables from the high bar kit. I imagine if running clubmans, then the longer throttle cables, wire extensions and changing the orientation of hydraulic is not needed.

    I have a 4 part video series coming soon on the detailed conversion that I'm working on posting on my YouTube. It includes a parts breakdown of what all is needed as well.

    https://youtu.be/0teWHru6t_Y



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