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Let's see those 1600's!
 

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Here's my '07 Mean Streak 1600, I bought new this past July. It was the last '07 the dealer had left. It was a "show off" model that the dealer added blue ghost flames to. The day I brought it home-


Not one to be satisfied with stock I started my research for bling and performance upgrades.
Bling-
Kury ISO grips w/stiletto ends
Kury throttle boss
Irate Customs radiator cover
MC Enterprises backrest

Performance-
Dobeck TFI
ForceWinder Intake
Barons reed valve block off plates
Wicked Bros 2-1 pipes

After mods-
 

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Here is a couple pics of my baby.







 

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My sweetie Pie...

Hopefully these come through but this is my other girlfriend besides my wife and 2 daughters.....lol... :D

one is solo before I bought it and one is fully loaded as current
 

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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy no 2009 meanstreakrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr u crazy....2009 meanstreak 1700 with 90-100 hp would make kawasaki number again.....black paint or 2006 black and red or a dark blue.......no flat black or red....the meany alwaaaaaaaaaaaaays looked better than the classic get it together please my 78 kz 1000 is gettin old need something new and fast in a cruiser.
 

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Sweet Nomad Mark!
 

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Thanks all, everyone comments on it. By the way does anyone know a safe way to remove those ugly "don't sit on the sattlebage" stickers?
 

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Usual procedure is use a hair dryer to warm them up and "slowly" peel them off.
You can then use an adhesive removal spray to get rid of the residual glue.
Then its a good application of polish & some elbow grease.
 

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Usual procedure is use a hair dryer to warm them up and "slowly" peel them off.
You can then use an adhesive removal spray to get rid of the residual glue.
Then its a good application of polish & some elbow grease.
Keep in mind there is a clear layer over the decal... mine peeled seperately, this can be done for the one on the gas tank as well, and there are some clear strips on the saddlebags in the grooves that have Japanese for left and right that peel off without the heat.
 

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And here is what the Scootworks trunk looks like on the 1600 Classic. The hard bags and fairing are from Tsukayu. A new light bar goes on next week....it never ends.

Bumper
 

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