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I'm new to the forums and have been asked to post photos so here ya go :smile
BTW I still need suggestions for mods. Currently have a full slider set, a GPS tracker and a Digital Guard Dawg keyless ignition.



 

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Nice pics and sweet bike...

However you may want to resize the pics just a tad bit =p
 

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Resized :lol

...and in case you were wondering, yes, that is a Harley dealer in the background :nana
 

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suggestion for mods... look at my sig, there's a tasteful list you can get ideas from
 

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STI: Sexually Transmitted Infection.
That thing aint got nothin' on my '67 Chevy S10. (Think Mater but with a little more rust) :rotflmao

...But seriously, that would be a nice car if it lost that giant bent hula hoop on the trunk. :headscratch
 

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STI: Sexually Transmitted Infection.
That thing aint got nothin' on my '67 Chevy S10. (Think Mater but with a little more rust) :rotflmao

...But seriously, that would be a nice car if it lost that giant bent hula hoop on the trunk. :headscratch
dumb ass statement. The spoiler serves a purpose and makes the car. Ever seen rally racing? Same setup.
 

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It is also a stock accessory.

Like the lancer, that is part of the car. It would be like removing the ram air duct(s) on a ZX7(R).
 

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I know it's a functional factory item. I just don't like the aesthetics of the car. It's a matter of personal opinion. You don't have to get your panties in a bunch.

And I love the keyless ignition. It makes life a lot easier. No more fumbling with keys when I'm all geared up and ready to go. Just get on, push start, ride away.
I built one from scratch on my last bike but it was just RFID so you have to keep a card in your wallet and sit on the bike just right to activate it. It worked pretty good and it only cost about $20 to build but I decided to go commercial this time for ease of use, integrated alarm and so I can have one key(wireless tag really) for all my vehicles. I might even install one on my front door :p
 
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