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The exhaust were the first thing i changed on it, have you seen the state of the standard ones, they stand out a mile off. Just added a small double screen over the light to push the wind over my head at higher speeds. It does the job really well as i found out over the weekend. HeHeHe!!!
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Hi I was one of the first to own a B-king in the UK. I bought mine in Sep amd love it to bits, It's just mental. I've added a pair of Yoshi can's to it and covered 700 miles on it. It puts a smile on my face everytime i take it out.
Looks like you dwarf that bike. You must be HUGE!

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Just waiting for a new style back light and number plate holder before i take some more pic but i will put some on soon. As for being big for the bike, i'm 6ft 2in and 17 stone rugby player but find the B-king to be really comfortable to ride.
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I pulled up next to one on my SV1000 last week and promptly got my ass absolutely handed to me. Caught back up to him on the highway and went from 60. Got torched again.. I want I want I want!
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They are pretty mental.
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I pulled up next to one on my SV1000 last week and promptly got my ass absolutely handed to me. Caught back up to him on the highway and went from 60. Got torched again.. I want I want I want!
That's what happens when you go up against a machine with a BUSA powerplant.....(slightly different, I know, but mostly the same)
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Booking the B-king in for a re-map. My mate can't see why the B-King can't have the 1340 Hayabusa 190BHP fuel map with it being an identical engine. I'll keep you informed with what happen's.
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Just thought i'd put a couple of pic's up of the Double screen by "Ermax" just incase anyone is interstered in one.
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Saw one at Blackman's a few weeks ago, they are SICK looking I couldn't help staring at it. Then some dude comes in, sits on it, and buys it on the spot!!
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This bloody fool from the UK ruined my plans back in November. I doubt this but, you wouldn't happen to know him would you? I just asked being that you're from there.
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Its either the guy that own's "TT's Performance" or the owner of "Big CC's Performance". I'm looking into supercharging mine next year if there is a kit and if the funds allow me to.
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Hi I was one of the first to own a B-king in the UK. I bought mine in Sep amd love it to bits, It's just mental. I've added a pair of Yoshi can's to it and covered 700 miles on it. It puts a smile on my face everytime i take it out.
Mad cat you must be 7 feet tall. You make the bking look like a pocket bike. Any way nice bike i cant wait to pick mine up. I like the stock cans but would love to get a fender eliminator.
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There are a few different types of fender eliminator out there now for the B-king. I bought mine from Germany of ebay but have since ordered another one from Ermax. I'll have a spare one going when the new one turns up.
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I bought a bking a few months back and since the weather's been better I've put about 1000 km on it. It has more than enough acceleration and power in stock form for anyone. The stock cans really do grow on you. On the 2 tone black/silver bike it's a little too much. Glad to have the all black unit. I'm crazy about it, even on longer rides. It doesn't piss off the neighbors with screeching whines from its engine at sane speeds, common on the teensy-turd 600 sport bikes driven a good deal of the time (from experience) by disrespectful little punks. You know..the screaming engine wailing past on the highway at 2am, followed not often enough by scheeching tires and a satisfying bang. Sorry for the rant. Just tired of being compared to them. Anyway, Amazing machine.
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i like the power too but i notice engine noise at idle does yours have that also
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