Trick ER6

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  1. DavidFL

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    Spotted in Savannaket, southern Laos
    17th Feb 2011

    French Claude with a very smart, tricked out ER6

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    and the other guy, French Jerome, an Africa Twin rider living in Savannakhet.

    Now a few snaps of Claude's bike. Check out ER6 mods, all done by himself.

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    home made Givi rack with the lock that fits the standard Givi lock.

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    fairing with mount drilled into the mirror stalks.

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    air horns & heat deflector fitted on the frame.

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    home made chain oiler

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    Claude & Jerome

    It was great meeting you in Savannakhet, Claude. Your ER6 mods have turned the bike into a little beauty. Well done.
     
  2. DaRider

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    I especially like the front end, the windscreen seems to blend perfectly!
    Would you happen to know where the screen comes from?

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    LOLZ! That's a Ninja 650R screen. Only cost something like 600 Baht new from Kawasaki. Just have to find a shop that can fab the mounting brackets. Ride On! Tony
     
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    Doesn't look half bad, and certainly better than some aftermarket options for 10x the price.

    Would like to know what the wind protection is like from this one - it looks pretty tall. Is that going to be as good as a Ninja in terms of wind protection?
     

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