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Welcome to the November Bike of the Month Competition!

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Congrats to our September winner, @Jason-V

Please follow all instructions posted below

  1. You must add 3 Photos; no more, no less. NO Collages. Pictures must be of the current state of your vehicle. Avoid having any people in your images.
  2. List any/all Legal Modifications to your vehicle if you have done any.*
  3. The bike must be yours. Bikes waiting to be purchased may not be included
  4. Include a short description of your favourite aspect of your bike, or your favourite memory or ride taken with your bike*
  5. Votes for the month’s winner will be tallied by the number of “Likes” your post has on the last day of the month. The winner at the end of the month will win a free 1 Year Premium Membership for the forum and a custom flair under their username. If the winner is already a premium member, their subscription will be extended an additional year.
  6. Remember, please post your entries and pictures in this thread.
  7. If you have won in a previous month, you can no longer enter for the rest of the year. However, if you have a second bike that meets the above criteria, you can enter that.

* These are optional but encouraged


Winners will be featured on the sites gallery, found here. Gallery
 

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Here's my 2016 Yamaha FJR1300A (yes, it's an A, not an ES)

I drove out from Texas to South Carolina to buy this bike from Ivan himself. This was his personal FJR. It was in stunning condition with only 2k miles on it, and naturally... "Ivan'ized".

2. FJR ES forks, fender, triples, brake lines and misc hardware to swap from A RSU forks to USD forks. Inside are Traxxion Dynamics AK-20 cartridges with 1.10 springs. In back is a Penske 8987 triple adjustable shock with a spring setup perfectly for my weight. I always LOVED the look of the ES bike but wasn't fond of the limited electronic suspension so this was my solution. I think I'm one of two guys with USD forks on an A bike. About 54 OEM Yamaha parts to make this conversion happen... bought all the parts new.
V-Stream tall windshield, Yamaha aluminum rack, PIAA dual horns. Ivan added the Leo Vince slip-on's and those are my preferred pipes so it was meant to be mine.

4. Favorite thing about this bike is how smooth and effortless it is to get up to speed. Between a perfect tuning, amazing suspension and that cruise control, I'm 30 states into my lower 48 state tour, and just started in April of this year.

Since the rules state that it has to be in it's current state, see Ivan's page to see what it looked like (for those that still think it's an ES).... Ivan's Performance Products
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