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|07-02-2012 07:25 AM|
|06-25-2012 08:41 PM|
Does anyone know if integrated tail lights for a busa will fit the BKing?
I see them on eBay and wanted to know for sure?
|06-20-2012 03:15 PM|
|GForceking||more pics to follow soon|
|06-20-2012 03:10 PM|
My 2010 b king
After a long time waiting finally got one,just waited for the perfect one and one of the latest,got a few extras on it too with time and a bit of cash to make it extra special...well chuffed with it,by far from dozens of bikes ive ridin this one is the best...
|03-20-2011 10:32 AM|
|Weezer # 1||I finally got one about a month ago......lovin' this thing.|
|01-02-2011 10:11 AM|
All good with my B-King
I have a 08 Busa and 08 B-King Love them both.
|05-04-2009 06:33 AM|
|Red dust||Lasermax, how did you install the Stebel?|
|02-23-2009 09:33 AM|
It's not discontinued in the US, just not being sold there for 09 because there are still alot of 08 models in dealerships. They sold really well world wide, so much so that there are waiting lists in some countries. The US will eventually catch up with the rest of the world. Always just a little bit behind across the board when it comes to acceptance of innovation.
|02-18-2009 05:25 PM|
|spkerhed||the B king isnt available for 09 in the US it has been dicontinued and right after there was a write up in one of the magazines puting up against the new yamaha vmax and it kick the maxes ass in all areas except hourse power.|
|02-17-2009 05:23 PM|
My Suzuki dealership said earlier model Gsxr 1000 lowering links will fit the B King.
Can you post pics of your beast?
|02-16-2009 09:31 PM|
|lasermax||I have had no problems whatsoever. Vibe free bars at speed, and my gas mileage has been fantastic during tours with my girlfriend riding her FZ6 with me. At speeds averaging 70 or under, I get easily over 45 mpg. I'm making my own lowering links, just to lower the bike maybe an inch. I have OES frame sliders and an Ermax windscreen. Excellent stuff. Took a 1 inch hole saw and an extension and drilled out the pipes, sounds much better with no adverse effects. New pipes would be nice, like the ones from Zard, Bodis, or Blue Flame, (I think the 2 Bros stick out too far) but I just don't have the money to justify such an expense right now. Brock's makes an excellent system, but it's pretty loud. I DID install the loudest motorcycle horn known to man though, by Stebel. Scares the hell out of anything alive. Lovin this bike so far. Just watch for the rear tire losin traction suddenly when you're leaned over and on the throttle. I hate these tires.|
|02-14-2009 08:37 PM|
|ron tyler||i like the power too but i notice engine noise at idle does yours have that also|
|04-22-2008 09:59 PM|
|gary2112||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.|
|03-24-2008 07:41 AM|
|Mad Cat||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.|
|03-18-2008 10:57 PM|
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