That's something I contemplated, for several months.Looking good, I too am working on a 750f. Keeping mine more stock with a few performance updates and some cosmetic updates. Is a 900c bike a bit much for a first time rider?
These brake lines are most likely teflon, and should be more than adequate. (brand new at that.)Well if you care for her definitely upgrade brakes and suspension. Both are....meh. SS lines, new shocks for sure.
yeah so yours is about 40 pounds lighter to start with .btw you have a 900f engine. 900c engines were shaft drive with a subtransmission.
Keep 'em away from engine heat. Our equipment uses Amphenol connectors almost exclusively for sensors and any of them near the UV housings (about 130f) crack and split in under 3 months.Last year a project at work required some testing with amphenol/circular interconnect cables.
In the end, I had several left over that were heading for the trash can.
Maybe I can use them for the bike.
Some might be shielded, which would be nice for ignition wiring.
These are outdoor rated. UL tested.Keep 'em away from engine heat. Our equipment uses Amphenol connectors almost exclusively for sensors and any of them near the UV housings (about 130f) crack and split in under 3 months.
Yeah, I know.I'm sure it has been mentioned before but, you do know a 500+lbs motorcycle is a terrible idea for a beginner, right?