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There aren't many accessories out there yet for the R3 but some companies are gearing up pretty quickly.

Here are a few that have/will have products soon:

satoracing.com

tstindustries.com

gravesport.com

evotech-performance.com

The list should grow quickly once aftermarket accessory companies are able to physically get an R3 in house.
 

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Also, Yoshimura and Akrapovic are already selling slip-on exhausts and Delkevic has stated that they will produce one as soon as they can borrow an R3 from a local dealer.

Note: I have a Delkevic DS70 carbon fiber slip-on on my Honda CB500X and really like it. It's much lighter and a bit louder, but not obnoxiously loud, WITH the Db killer baffle left in place. It cost under $200.

The Yoshimura and Akrapovic slip-ons are really just straight pipes with pretty much zero muffling. You can see straight through the pipes. There are Youtube videos demonstrating the sound of both of these.
 

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I want sliders, but no-cut only. The ones from rg-racing, including shipping to Canada, would be like $235....

Other than sliders I want a fender eliminator, and brake light with integrated signals (TST!)
 

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Another one:

chaostheoryracing.com

He has just started selling some race-specific parts for the R3. I'm sure there will be more to come as he builds his R3 to race it.

I will compile all sources every couple weeks and post to this thread.
 

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Thanks to Hambodian for finding this one:

Very nice, clean looking Fender Eliminator available from vagabondmotorsports.com

Currently on sale for $59.95 with free shipping (to United States). That's $10 off the normal price.

This is currently available for shipping to United States only, it seems.

Video of full installation available on Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHkIwSJJbGk
 

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Here's another website that sells a couple R3 parts. I'm debating between their version vs the TST version. I do like how they have actual pictures and video of a working unit.

http://www.motodynamic.com/catalogs...=&price[to]=&make=Yamaha&v_model=R3&year=2015

Edit: I contacted Pazzo Racing to see when they'd have aftermarket levers for the R3/R25.. Not anytime soon was their answer. :(

Hoping to pick up some levers in the near future to hold me over, any recommendations?
 

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Here's another website that sells a couple R3 parts. I'm debating between their version vs the TST version. I do like how they have actual pictures and video of a working unit.

http://www.motodynamic.com/catalogs...=&price[to]=&make=Yamaha&v_model=R3&year=2015

Edit: I contacted Pazzo Racing to see when they'd have aftermarket levers for the R3/R25.. Not anytime soon was their answer. :(

Hoping to pick up some levers in the near future to hold me over, any recommendations?
I bought YZF-R25 levers off eBay and they fit fine. The R3 is a spin-off of the R25. You can get folding or non-folding ones from Halfoxstore

http://www.ebay.com/itm/281460273875?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
 
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