New guy from NW Illinois

ICIBUY

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Checking in from NW Illinois... going to try and post a pic of my 2010 SG that is currently under construction... again... Never freakin ends!
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Bill

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That's a damn good looking bike as-is!

Glad to have you, and I can't wait to see what comes next!

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ICIBUY

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Thanks, just did a Fuel Moto 107" build from the bottom up. Now starting the body and paint mods. Went with the Sinister "Up yours" pipe when I did the motor build so changing the bags, rear fender (need No exhaust cut outs now), Sinister bags, Sinister side covers, Fatbaggers rear fender, also doing a Sinister tank kit & seat pan, upgrading my stereo along the way... thinking about Sinisters new 6X9 lids for that but still undecided. I've been on here a few days and already thinking 26" conversion next winter! LOL! This shit is worse than drugs!
 

lowdog

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Thanks, just did a Fuel Moto 107" build from the bottom up. Now starting the body and paint mods. Went with the Sinister "Up yours" pipe when I did the motor build so changing the bags, rear fender (need No exhaust cut outs now), Sinister bags, Sinister side covers, Fatbaggers rear fender, also doing a Sinister tank kit & seat pan, upgrading my stereo along the way... thinking about Sinisters new 6X9 lids for that but still undecided. I've been on here a few days and already thinking 26" conversion next winter! LOL! This shit is worse than drugs!
Nice looking the way it sits. How do you like the sinister pipe? Just got one myself, but have not heard it yet cause my RG is in a million pieces. Oh and welcome from Waterloo. Your gonna like it around here.
 

Classic$98

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Hello from Wisconsin. Great looking bike. I see the flat panel on the wall of the garage, do you keep it set at a minimum temperature in there at all times or does the tv hold up in the cold while you aren't in there?
 

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Welcome ICIBUY! Your SG is lookin slick! Not to mention how clean your man cave is with the flat screen!
 
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ICIBUY

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Nice looking the way it sits. How do you like the sinister pipe? Just got one myself, but have not heard it yet cause my RG is in a million pieces. Oh and welcome from Waterloo. Your gonna like it around here.
I really love this pipe... it is loud and nasty sounding! Which is what I was looking for! I just had the Fuel Moto 107" kit with the Woods 555 cams and it thumps pretty good!
 

ICIBUY

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Hello from Wisconsin. Great looking bike. I see the flat panel on the wall of the garage, do you keep it set at a minimum temperature in there at all times or does the tv hold up in the cold while you aren't in there?
Thanks! I do keep it at least 50 degrees in the garage at all times, it is a 42" toshiba and has held up real well out there for 2 years now.
 

ICIBUY

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Welcome ICIBUY! Your SG is lookin slick! Not to mention how clean your man cave is with the flat screen!
Thanks! Just this past "Black Friday" I lined up one entire wall with those Gladiator Cabnets from Sears... they are all black and diamond plate... they look awesome!
 

Classic$98

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Thanks! I do keep it at least 50 degrees in the garage at all times, it is a 42" toshiba and has held up real well out there for 2 years now.
That's what I figured. I just can't justify leaving the heat on for a tv I won't watch much. Thanks, I was really curious about that.
 

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