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post #1 of 20 Old 11-17-2014, 02:13 AM Thread Starter
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Fully Modified CB300F

Hi, I am new to the forum, so just thought I would share whats going on in my neck of the woods out here in Bangkok with the CB300F



This bike has been finished by K-Speed in Bangkok Thailand.

The handle bars on this are from a company called Racing Boy, CNC 37mm in red. The total price to get the bike finished came to approx $1700 USD

This is the bike from another angle

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post #2 of 20 Old 11-17-2014, 11:15 AM
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Wow! Very cool...Very cool...love the rim decals and that muffler.
What sort of mods did you get for the $1700?

"Finish The Ride"!
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Welcome to the forum.
Love what you did to your 300F, looks great.
What else do you plan on doing to it in the future?
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That looks really good seriously making me rethink what I had planed for my cb300f
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good looking bike, and welcome to the boards!

Speaking of clips, anyone find a good set with more drop that dont bash the fairing?
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I'm about to do a Mini D2S retro, what are you running in the headlights?
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Sorry its taken a while to get back to you all on this. Thank you for the warm welcome and I am glad you like the bike.

You can find a list of all the mods on the K-Speed website, google will translate it for you but dont be suprised to see it not make much sense. Most things here in the land of smiles are pretty cheap for this sort of thing and the universal stuff is crazy cheap, so you can go wild.

Ortega, This bike is pretty much complete now, I have toyed with a windsheild (pic on the website I think) but I didnt like the look, so didnt go with it. I will get a custom seat for it, which again you can get made here on the original frame for very cheap say $100. To be honest, I actually think when looking at it, its a little too much, but it is a head turner.

Jmerod58, I can get the Rim Stickers for you if you want them, shouldnt cost anymore than $10 and we can organise via PM and paypal.

nayr14, The head light is a Halogen angel eye with the inside reflector painted black, which I think gives it a real mean look.

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Forgot to say, the paint job and seat cowl isnt covered in that $1700, a little extra and custom. I did add a 15T front sprocket, new pirelli demon tires (the stock IRC's I have no confidence in when cornering) a better chain and a stainless steel air filter by Hurricane.
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post #9 of 20 Old 11-20-2014, 09:13 AM
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The black decals really add to the looks of the bike. I've been thinking about adding some black to the bike and after seeing your pics I think it's a go.

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what is the manufacturer and model of the mirrors? thank you
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