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    wait are you talking to me?


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    Still have these? If so please text me. I'm in state and willing to come pick them up. 810-210-7094

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    found this gem near by. was hoping some of the FXR gurus could let me know how compatible my 1990 FXR stuff will be, I was lucky enough years ago to get a spare tin set, bars and lots of other stock parts with mine when I bought it. also Is there anything special about this year? lady is asking 5k and if my tank and fenders will bolt up i think it would be cool to restore it.



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    my 92 fxrs con

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    Been watching this thread for a while, never posted before. Here is my 89 FXLR. It was lowered with a horrific purple flame paint job when I bought it two years ago. I recently got a deal on some FXRP bags and fairing which I will be mounting soon. Rails are out for powder coating at the moment. Also switching to mid controls. Not sure if I will go with the FXRP fairing but I will paint it to match and see if I like it.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemmy View Post
    Been watching this thread for a while, never posted before. Here is my 89 FXLR. It was lowered with a horrific purple flame paint job when I bought it two years ago. I recently got a deal on some FXRP bags and fairing which I will be mounting soon. Rails are out for powder coating at the moment. Also switching to mid controls. Not sure if I will go with the FXRP fairing but I will paint it to match and see if I like it.





    sweet ride , can you show side picture with stripes on fairing ?

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    And what size motor is that thing hiding in it? I can see it's an s&s

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    That's a 111.

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    here's mine
    111 S&S as well
    started off as an 88. nothing original from the drivetrain remains.
    in my opinion it is way better to do this big motor swap with 90+ fxr... i had to replace the entire primary and the transmission.
    really want a nice fairing and some bags like those lemmy!

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    That's a killer looking FXR CraiGORE! All business. Here's one of the side showing the fairing. I am not totally satisfied with how the stripes on the fairing turned out. Might change them. I will throw up a photo with the bags and mids once they are on. Should have all my parts in hand by tomorrow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemmy View Post
    That's a killer looking FXR CraiGORE! All business. Here's one of the side showing the fairing. I am not totally satisfied with how the stripes on the fairing turned out. Might change them. I will throw up a photo with the bags and mids once they are on. Should have all my parts in hand by tomorrow.

    thanks man
    mine still needs a few things to make it perfect i'm thinking spherical bearings in the rear
    and I really miss my mikuni. thinking about getting a hsr45.

    is that a ness fairing? looks pretty good to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemmy View Post
    That's a killer looking FXR CraiGORE! All business. Here's one of the side showing the fairing. I am not totally satisfied with how the stripes on the fairing turned out. Might change them. I will throw up a photo with the bags and mids once they are on. Should have all my parts in hand by tomorrow.

    where did you get fxr Harley Davidson decal ?

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    Yeah, it's a Ness fairing. I am thinking of going to a t-sport for more coverage or a HD quarter fairing with the extension. The decals were made by a shop who does decals for sleds. I just brought my tank in and told them what I wanted and they designed and printed them. Shop is called HTR in Castlegar BC. They were cheap and made a first rate product. They can make any decals you can dream up.

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    Finally got my bags mounted and snapped a picture. I replaced the worn out latches with a set from FXR Division. It's definitely nice to have space to haul my crap around.

    https://i.imgur.com/x5eygLp.jpg

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    are those original bags? or are they the fxr division complete kit? they look good!

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    Finally got my bags mounted and snapped a picture. I replaced the worn out latches with a set from FXR Division. It's definitely nice to have space to haul my crap around.

    https://i.imgur.com/x5eygLp.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemmy View Post
    Been watching this thread for a while, never posted before. Here is my 89 FXLR. It was lowered with a horrific purple flame paint job when I bought it two years ago. I recently got a deal on some FXRP bags and fairing which I will be mounting soon. Rails are out for powder coating at the moment. Also switching to mid controls. Not sure if I will go with the FXRP fairing but I will paint it to match and see if I like it.





    I like where you are going with your bike. I think it looks amazing..

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    It's been awhile since I've posted in here, but the big 120 is done. Been riding the hell out of it since May. Still working some kinks out of the build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xMPRx View Post
    are those original bags? or are they the fxr division complete kit? they look good!
    Those are original bags with division latches. Powder coated the rails.

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    My '90 FXLR

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    Haven't updated for a while. Motor was blowing a bit of smoke from the front cylinder so doing the top end, going 10:1 with Andrews EV46, also going to do racetech fork internals and a few other bits and pieces while I'm in it.

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    A while ago I bought a TIG welder, so also had a crack at making a bash plate. It came out exactly as I wanted it originally, but now Im thinking Ill try and do a 2nd version that's a bit slimmer and not as visually heavy/bulky.

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    And finally, I've managed to score an FXR fairing! First one was from an FXRT and a bit rough, cracked bottom section with no brace, but considering I've never see another for sale in Australia I was stoked to grab it for $100 bucks, with the plan to try and fix it.

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    Got a call from the same bloke 2 weeks later with this bad boy. Turns out its one of about 900 odd from the 1986 FXRD setup. Much better condition crack and bracket wise.

    Only issue is I need to weld the bungs to my neck to mount it since my 82 frame doesn't have them.

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