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Mad Max FT with TKC80

I caved and bought the TKC80 for the FT. It does look meaner. Just need to get used to the handling.




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Wow that looks very cool. Does the handling suck compared to the sticky OEM tires?

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Mad Max FT with TKC80

I don't feel much of a difference. A little but not enough to be scary. Turning is a little difficult but not much. Did have that big SUV sound on the tires though. Lol.
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Good job on your bike. Looks great!
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I don't feel much of a difference. A little but not enough to be scary. Turning is a little difficult but not much. Did have that big SUV sound on the tires though. Lol.
That's pretty funny I didn't think about the noise! The headers are screaming for a black ceramic coating now.

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I caved and bought the TKC80 for the FT. It does look meaner. Just need to get used to the handling.
Nice looking bike. I'm guessing the seat and the panels underneath are from Mugello?

Where did you get the side tank covers and the mirrors?

The tyres look great!
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Nice looking bike. I'm guessing the seat and the panels underneath are from Mugello?



Where did you get the side tank covers and the mirrors?



The tyres look great!

Side tanks are Vinyl wrapped to match the color of the seat. Mirrors are ebay.
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That's pretty funny I didn't think about the noise! The headers are screaming for a black ceramic coating now.

I was going to black it all out but I like the industrial look of the pipes so I'll keep it in that color. Something different.
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Side tanks are Vinyl wrapped to match the color of the seat. Mirrors are ebay.
Nice, thanks. Are the mirrors decent quality? Would love a link if you still have the seller! Cheers
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Nice, thanks. Are the mirrors decent quality? Would love a link if you still have the seller! Cheers

Its actually great. You really don't get what you pay for on these mirrors. Concave and has a slight blue tint to deflect glare at nights. Here you go: https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/252062640811
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