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    Baby Twin SMCG's Avatar
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    Cheapest/expensive improvements...

    Hi lads,
    As a newbie, just wondering whats the cheapest or most expensive improvement you guys have bought for your RSV?

    Be it from fleabay, local dealer, or even handmade!
    Anything from mini indicators.. decals...to full on exhaust systems

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    Hi buddy, welcome to the forum.

    Made a few mods from Renegade carbon airbox 160pounds, to 600pounds for twin Akro cans, but latest buy is a WP rear shock for 600quid. So as you can see I like spending money on my toy!

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    little1uk
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    Custom made twin high level Exhaust was a snip at £430 Paint will end up around the £1000 mark when finished, loads of finishing touchs will end up at about £400, some will cost pennies and some will cost pounds

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    Try a home made aibox fella , all in cost about £80

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    LEGS
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    In terms of smiles per miles it's changing from 17 42 gearing to 16 44 gearing followed by a suspension set up from revs racing in Halesowen.

    My titanium Arrow can was a steal from the NEC 2 years ago for £300 and sounds fantastically good.

    A Power Commander and a dedicated map are due soon from BSD in Peterborough
    Last edited by LEGS; January 30th, 2008 at 02:48 PM.

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    cheapest effective mod: renthal grips

    most expensive effective mods: mayhem1's engine and öhlins gas forks..

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    carbon kid
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    cheapest, renthal soft grips / front sprocket.
    most expensive Evo slipper clutch ,BST wheels, carbon tank
    whats made the most (noticable)difference?
    the wheels and the modified gearing

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    Cheapest - sprockets changed/carbon ears & hugger - by previous owner, myself £2.70 for a brand new pillion seat off e-bay and £280 for Akrapovic twin cans via another Aprilia site!

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    carbon kid
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    good deal on the cans matey
    Ck

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