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    Paulie's FZ-07 SP: MotoGP Edition

    I finally finished my naked race bike project!

    After countless livery designs, I finally came up with something that embodies that naked race bike look I wanted, while still maintaining a sense of streetfighter to it. I decided to pay homage to Yamaha's outstanding start to this years' MotoGP season and based my livery design around the 2015 Movistar Yamaha M1 MotoGP bike.

    My apologies for the crappy cell phone pics, but I wanted to get this project on record before I go out and wreck it (trackday weekend next weekend) LOL!


    Paulie's FZ-07 SP:  MotoGP Edition-1-jpg

    Paulie's FZ-07 SP:  MotoGP Edition-2-jpg

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    Paulie's FZ-07 SP:  MotoGP Edition-4-jpg



    PERFORMANCE:
    Akrapovic Titanium Exhaust
    DynoJet Power Commander V
    DNA Air Filter
    DNA Stage 2 Air Box Cover
    EBC EPFA Front Brake Pads
    Goodridge Shadow Brake Lines
    Motul 300V 4T Factory Line Road Racing oil (10w40)
    DID ERV3 520 Chain
    Renthal 520 Front Sprocket 16T (OEM size)
    Vortex 520 Steel Rear Sprocket 45T (+2)
    Dunlop Q3 Tires

    SUSPENSION:
    Traxxion Dynamics AK20 Fork Conversion
    Traxxion Dynamics Spec Penske 8987 Triple Adjustable Rear Shock w/Remote Reservoir and custom Black powder coated Hyperco Spring
    Ballistic Fabrication Shock Reservoir Mount

    CONTROLS:
    Suburban Machinery Handlebars
    CRG Arrow Bar End Mirrors
    ASV C/5 Clutch lever
    ASV C/5 Brake lever
    Yamaha OEM 2006 Throttle Tube
    Yamaha OEM 2006 R6 Grips
    Gilles Tooling Rearsets

    LIGHTING:
    Barracuda Silur LED Indicators
    Barracuda Indicator Brackets
    Barracuda Indicator Cables
    Custom LED ELFR-1 Electronic LED Flasher Relay
    Sylvania SilverStar zXe headlight
    Philips 4000K T10 running light

    ACCESSORIES:
    Yamaha Seat Cowl
    Yamaha Lower Sub Cowl
    Yamaha UK Billet Radiator Side Covers
    Yamaha UK OEM Pivot Covers
    R&G Aero Crash Protectors
    R&G Engine Case Covers
    R&G Fork Protectors
    R&G Spindle Sliders w/OES Internally Threaded Rod and Hardware
    R&G Radiator Guard
    R&G Foot Rest Blanking Plates
    Ermax Undertail w/integrated Fender Eliminator

    AESTHETICS:
    Powder Coated Side Covers Matte Black
    Powder Coated Kickstand Support Matte Black
    Powder Coated R&G Foot Rest Blanking Plates Matte Black
    Powder Coated Ballistic Fabrication Shock Reservoir Mount Matte Black
    Reflectors Removed
    Movistar MotoGP Livery design by me
    Paintwork by Jason
    Graphics by Greg Lilly of Underground Graphics Houston, TX




    - Paulie

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    Dare I ask the price tag for that little lot
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    I want the handle bars!! - Which one from the homepage is that? - the homepage of Suburban Machinery is very poor! But i like the look of those VERY much! - Is it possible to see you pose on it gripping the bars?

    Im really into those handlebars! The M1 ducati model - found the answer.

    Im european - i would end up paying 60% of the bars price in shipping and taxes here in Denmark. Waaay too expensive.

    SADFACE NOW

    Overall great look!!
    Last edited by jeppebm; 05-10-2015 at 01:47 AM.

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    Nicely done, love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeppebm View Post
    I want the handle bars!! - Which one from the homepage is that? - the homepage of Suburban Machinery is very poor! But i like the look of those VERY much! - Is it possible to see you pose on it gripping the bars?

    Im really into those handlebars! The M1 ducati model - found the answer.

    Im european - i would end up paying 60% of the bars price in shipping and taxes here in Denmark. Waaay too expensive.

    SADFACE NOW

    Overall great look!!
    i've searched in ebay for handlebars like those and i've been unable to find them so far, if anyone finds them at a "nice" price please please please post it!

    Paulie, that's a great great great great looking bike. The only thing I'd change would be the mirrors, i like them the standard way. But it's a minor thing, you've accomplished an awsome look!

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    Exelent a credit to you.
    Ralph Nr Fleetwood NW UK

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    Who would invent a vehicle that falls over when you stop?


    If you find a answer to your problem then please come back and post
    the answer as it will help others with the same problem.

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    While the bike looks great, and I have to admitt it does look great,
    You are essentially a free advertising billboard, and personally I would never drive around advertising some huge company for free.
    BUT, thats my personal opinion, and does not change the fact that the bike looks great

    Only thing I find a bit off is the instrument cluster, its just sticking up to much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badger27 View Post
    Dare I ask the price tag for that little lot
    Ha! I dunno. I don't want to add it up cause I'll probably get sick, lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by Noggie View Post
    While the bike looks great, and I have to admitt it does look great,
    You are essentially a free advertising billboard, and personally I would never drive around advertising some huge company for free.
    BUT, thats my personal opinion, and does not change the fact that the bike looks great

    Only thing I find a bit off is the instrument cluster, its just sticking up to much.

    I can appreciate that, but I'd think you'd be advertising with any replica graphics package. It's not unlike some of the Yamaha special editions of the past, or the Repsol Honda CBR1000RR sold at present, but I know what you mean.

    As for the cluster, it's not actually any higher than stock, it's just that the bars and bar end mirrors are lower

    Thanks for the comments everyone. I'm really happy with the way it turned out. Looks like it could be a factory Yamaha racing effort, which is exactly what I was going for

    I have a professional photo shoot planned in the coming weeks to really highlight the details my phone's camera can't capture

    - Paulie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noggie View Post
    While the bike looks great, and I have to admitt it does look great,
    You are essentially a free advertising billboard, and personally I would never drive around advertising some huge company for free.
    BUT, thats my personal opinion, and does not change the fact that the bike looks great

    Only thing I find a bit off is the instrument cluster, its just sticking up to much.
    Talking of which, don't you find it slightly annoying when the place you buy it from decide to plaster their name all over it?

    Mine came with the name and phone number of the dealer stuck to the front mudguard. I have it scraped off before I drove away from the dealers.

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    rly nice!

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