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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-11-2013, 04:31 PM Thread Starter
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Sup guys and gals. I'm a new 636 owner (Hella stoked about that). It's not bad enough that I have a new bike that's bad ass and looks sexy as hell, I also feel an uncontrollable desire to make it my own and alter the *ish out of it.
I know there is still a rather limited selection to choose from with these bikes. My question is:
What are you guys looking at picking up? What are you looking fw to? What can't you find yet that a fellow forum member might be able to turn us on to?

I'm currently looking for a good integrated tail light. Any suggestions?


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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-12-2013, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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I suppose a pic wouldn't hurt.


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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-06-2013, 11:52 PM
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Sup guys and gals. I'm a new 636 owner (Hella stoked about that). It's not bad enough that I have a new bike that's bad ass and looks sexy as hell, I also feel an uncontrollable desire to make it my own and alter the *ish out of it.
I know there is still a rather limited selection to choose********a good integrated tail light. Any suggestions?

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I notice that the OE tail light is LED so that means can take it off the bike and hv my electronics engineer buddy wire up some of the rt/lt LED's to the signals ! After that goes well and I know I do not have to spend a hundred bucks on an new aftermarket integrated LED light I am going to start modding the exhaust! That will start by eliminating the cats with the mod pipes available or gut the cats...A slip on likely Twin Bros. Complete race exhaust is better!! If you are brave get a racing head gasket and even shave a few thou(very few) off of the heads and get them ported while ur at it ! Finally a remap for the ECU ! If your heavy set over 200 lb like me you might want to re-spring and re-valve the rear suspension. That's it! You can now put a stock liter "R" class to shame on any short track ......maybe better depending on driving experience! Some would say why not just get the ZX-10R??? This 636R you just tuned up will handle 6 times better then A 10, you will never get the flickability and tight corner agility out of a 10R as you will this tuned up 636!!!!! And you the 6R wont "get away" on you from over throttling.....nuff said!
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Stock tail light is awesome with the double Z's- I wouldn't change it. I went with a stadard fender eliminator kit with LED signals.

ECU flash and power commander, with full akra exhaust is in my future. But my first mod was a GPR damper and the fender. Oh and the frame sliders.

Careful out there- its a wonderfully powerful bike and it can get away from you


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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-08-2013, 05:02 PM
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Check out sportbikelights.com for fender eliminator

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yup they are the best in my opinion. it is what i have also.
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