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    Default 2005 Suzuki GSXR 1000 w/Escort SR7 + Shifters

    I installed the system myself so I can answer any questions you might have. Does it work? Several times a week!!

    A friend of mine got caught going 105 mph and the ticket alone was $985 dollars. (Georgia)

    http://www.bikepics.com/members/indyboy/05gsxr1000/

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    I cant believe you drilled a hole in your frame.

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    That isn't the frame. It's a piece of plastic.

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    cool.. my mistake. Im thinking about getting a K6. I currently have a 2001 CBR929, but im ready for something even faster. I often see the tail end of the gixxers lol. Im just waiting to see what honda has to offer for 06 also. anyone know how the Whistler Cruisader performs? i was thinking about getting one.

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    indyboy........nice setup

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    yeah, I had a setup just like that on one of my CBRs a few years ago, but everytime I hit the front brakes the wheel came up and crushed everything

    Oh, and thats petty harsh, I'm glad I dont live in Georga. In Texas, the max you can get fined for a speeding ticket is $300. My ticket for 138 was only $220

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    Default Cool Install

    Cool install

    Have you had any problems with water getting to the display head?

    Had a client fry a unit on his bike because of it
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    I have only got caught in the rain one time and I shut off the radar for a day or two until everything dried out. No problems so far.

    I didn't actually see his ticket so maybe he was exaggerating a little.

    Laborday weekend my jammer saved me four separate times. So big up's to Escort for their fine products.

    I've read about the Stealth mode from LaserAtlanta that Escort can't detect but so far so good with the Escort ZR7 + Shifters. I contacted Escort and they stated, "we are aware of the Stealth mode Laser and we have one in our possesion. We are working to reslove the issue. Keep checking our website for updates. It may be a software fix or you may have to upgrade some of your hardware." 09/01/05

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    What did you encase the RD in to keep it safe from the elements? How hard is it to remove the RD when you're not on the bike?

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    No shifter to the rear? I thought standard set up was one front one rear on a bike because of the surface area compared to a car that wound need 4, one in each corner

 

 

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