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Hey all. Here is the deal.

-SPIEGLER Yamaha R3 Front & Rear Brake Line Kit (orig.) Smoke Line with Titanium Fittings

Item link on Speigler website

Brand new in box Speigler brake line set (ft/rr) in Smoke Color with Titanium ends. Selling because I bought from HardRacing the Brembo front upgrade kit which includes a Galfer front brake line and the CNC Aluminum Rearsets which includes a special rear brake line so I don't need the Speiglers anymore!

Brand new they cost around $129. How about $100 & you pay shipping from 11238.

-Driven Racing Rearset Relocation Brackets

Item link on Driven website

Brand new in box Driven Racing Rearset Relocation Brackets. The new rearsets already move position up and back a bit so I am fine with that. Retail for $125.
Asking $100 & you pay shipping from 11238.

If you want both, it's $200 and aI'll pay USPS Priority shipping.

Send me a message if you're interested. My Ebay name is kmapes72 and I have 100% rating from 69 transactions. My heatware is flimflam but I rarely update it although I should! Thanks for looking.:)
 

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GLWS. Did you forget to remove the lines when you purchased the MC? They come as an added optional part. Might be same with the rearset?
 

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GLWS. Did you forget to remove the lines when you purchased the MC? They come as an added optional part. Might be same with the rearset?
Thanks Brojiiro. Yeah, I got a Galfer front brake line with the BRembo 15 RCS & P4 Caliper upgrade kit, and a proprietary brake line that goes with the Tyga CNC Aluminum rearsets-it has a special angled fitting to angle correctly when attached to the rearset. Ergo, I have two new brake lines and no longer need the Speiglers which I ordered beforehand. Also, the Tyga rearsets change the position from stock up and back a bit already so I decided not to install the relocation brackets.

Man, no one interested? Thought this would sell quick! Get ya brake lines here! Hot and fresh brake lines! Relocation brackets! Get 'em while they're hot!
 

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Can you price shipping with the weight of the items to 89508??
Sure, won't be that much. I like to use USPS, and the parts aren't that heavy. I can probably get them in Priority flat rate. I can do something like maybe a $25 cap on shipping for both, and that's it.

I'll go pack them in a box with some packing material, weigh them, and get an exact figure from USPS.com.
 

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Sure, won't be that much. I like to use USPS, and the parts aren't that heavy. I can probably get them in Priority flat rate. I can do something like maybe a $25 cap on shipping for both, and that's it.

I'll go pack them in a box with some packing material, weigh them, and get an exact figure from USPS.com.
Flat rate bro. No fussing with scales, tape measures Etc.
 

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Wrong color for me. Nice deal (clear ss+Red fit for me.) Breaking in my new s20's(stock size & pressure) today on Mulholland about 75 mellow miles on the them. When I got back they were nice and warm and much more grip

More importantly Your project :photo's when your done please. Sounds like a really nice brake system upgrade your doing there $$$$$$. I was checking out that one also. But I'm taking a break on the bike. Don't want to make the wife like what the heck take me to Hawaii you love that bike more than me.
 

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Wrong color for me. Nice deal (clear ss+Red fit for me.) Breaking in my new s20's(stock size & pressure) today on Mulholland about 75 mellow miles on the them. When I got back they were nice and warm and much more grip

More importantly Your project :photo's when your done please. Sounds like a really nice brake system upgrade your doing there $$$$$$. I was checking out that one also. But I'm taking a break on the bike. Don't want to make the wife like what the heck take me to Hawaii you love that bike more than me.
Tell her Hawaii is over rated. Take her to Thailand, Bali, or other third world tourist spot! Be careful out on the snake, especially with new tires. Make sure you are used to the new profile before you go crazy in the corners. Oh and take some video if you can!
 

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Flat rate bro. No fussing with scales, tape measures Etc.
Mind your own business sucka!;)

Kojiiro, on a side note, got a question for you. I ordered some parts from Webike.japan.net. The parts hipped, and the last tracking status is "retention period." but it has been stuck on this for like 2 weeks. What's the deal, yo?
 

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Mind your own business sucka!;)

Kojiiro, on a side note, got a question for you. I ordered some parts from Webike.japan.net. The parts hipped, and the last tracking status is "retention period." but it has been stuck on this for like 2 weeks. What's the deal, yo?
No idea. Never dealt with ordering stuff from Japan. I actually contacted them once via email to see if they had a store somewhere, because its always fun to walk into a store and look around. You know, when you are looking for 1 part, not looking to spend more than a few bucks. Then you leave with like $500 worth of crap lol. I wanted to see if they had a store so I can do some shopping when I get there. The Japanese are really passionate about everything. You like model trains? They have hobby shops with 3 floors of model train stuff. Airsoft? Japan is the place to be. Electronics? They literally have an entire city that sells nothing but electronics lol. I was suprised Webike doesnt have a store.

I would email them if I were you.
 

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Here are the parts. LEt me know as soon as you can. I got the RMA for the Driven brackets, but put them up for sale first, which I will honor. I'll take the price I offered which is less than the refund because that would be BS if I pulled it. I don't play like that. If you want both I can send them ASAP. If you just want the brake lines, let me know, and I will send them out and then I can return the brackets. Either way, everything is ready to go. Shoot me a PM, and we can exchange info.

Thanks for looking and thank for the inquiries by those interested.:)



 

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Wrong color for me. Nice deal (clear ss+Red fit for me.) Breaking in my new s20's(stock size & pressure) today on Mulholland about 75 mellow miles on the them. When I got back they were nice and warm and much more grip

More importantly Your project :photo's when your done please. Sounds like a really nice brake system upgrade your doing there $$$$$$. I was checking out that one also. But I'm taking a break on the bike. Don't want to make the wife like what the heck take me to Hawaii you love that bike more than me.

For sure. Working on it now. I went crazy on parts so I could do it all at once during winter here in NY. therefore I wouldn't be taking it apart during prime riding months for things other than maintenance. I'll post a project thread soon. I postponed it a bit as we had some unseasonably warm weather in the Northeast & we all got some extra riding up here. Doing everything except suspension which I hope to do ASAP. Saving for a fork cartridge kit and rear shock with remote res.
 

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I read the warning label that came with the tires. Basically it said take it easy for the first 100 miles and no sudden weirdness. I finished and got them past a 100 miles there about a 3/4-1" of untouched tire edge surface on the rear's. I tried to get the bike leaned in as much as I could on the twisters in Mulholland and In the hills behind my house plus I was taking it easy and smooth. I guess If I'm going to get it there safe I'll have to start looking into some tracks I can take it too. Whats the best thing to use for masking off your lights for the track ? Blue Painter masking tape ? sticker material ?
 

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I read the warning label that came with the tires. Basically it said take it easy for the first 100 miles and no sudden weirdness. I finished and got them past a 100 miles there about a 3/4-1" of untouched tire edge surface on the rear's. I tried to get the bike leaned in as much as I could on the twisters in Mulholland and In the hills behind my house plus I was taking it easy and smooth. I guess If I'm going to get it there safe I'll have to start looking into some tracks I can take it too. Whats the best thing to use for masking off your lights for the track ? Blue Painter masking tape ? sticker material ?
I use painters tape or Vinyl wrap for lights. What ever is lying around really. Last track day I had some vinyl and I was able to cover the headlights with mostly one piece of wrap each. Made it easy since the headlights are pretty flat. As for the tail lights, I used blue painters since I had to wrap it around due to the curve.

Dont do track days just to get to the edge of the tire, you can do that just riding canyons. Do track to improve your riding and to enjoy the corners in a safe environment. I was excited on my first trackday and got the tire all the way to the edge on my first day. I pushed a bit beyond my skill and lowsided. No harm to myself or the bike though.

Some dont require you to tape your lights if you disconnect them. TrackDaz and 2WTD dont require tape if you unplug your lights. Please dont be the dick head that leaves them on. Happened in the 2 trackdays I was at, with both of those orgs mentioned, and no one did anything. Its not fun seeing bright red brake lights while on the track.

Dont mind the chicken strips too much. They will naturally wear out as you get faster. Then you will get them to the edge and be like "cool I got them to the edge, now I need to practice hanging off the bike" which actually increases your strips, given you are cornering at the same speed. Then you are at the point where you gotta find the max speed you can do the corner at, with max lean angle while hanging off the bike.

If you are serious about doing track days, there are a few SoCal riders in this very forum that you could probably hook up with. Also, Socalsportbikes.org has a ton of Socal riders, all who are looking to do canyon runs and trackdays every few months.

EDIT: I think we derailed the thread, so hit me up via PM, or find the trackday thread by SDR3 and post there.
 

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Mind your own business sucka!


Kojiiro, on a side note, got a question for you. I ordered some parts from Webike.japan.net. The parts hipped, and the last tracking status is "retention period." but it has been stuck on this for like 2 weeks. What's the deal, yo?
No idea. Never dealt with ordering stuff from Japan. I actually contacted them once via email to see if they had a store somewhere, because its always fun to walk into a store and look around. You know, when you are looking for 1 part, not looking to spend more than a few bucks. Then you leave with like $500 worth of crap lol. I wanted to see if they had a store so I can do some shopping when I get there. The Japanese are really passionate about everything. You like model trains? They have hobby shops with 3 floors of model train stuff. Airsoft? Japan is the place to be. Electronics? They literally have an entire city that sells nothing but electronics lol. I was suprised Webike doesnt have a store.

I would email them if I were you.
Thanks mang. No worries about derailing the thread. Gives it a de facto bump. Havent heard back from the interested parties. :)
 
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