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HONDA CBR1000RR-R FIREBLADE Custom

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Japanese Custom Culture

Here is an original series "JCC" stands for "Japan Custom culture" written by Webike Japan. There is no doubt that Japan has one of the best and unique custom parts and its culture in the motorcycle industry, but the language barrier has led to the closure of JDM motorcycle culture to the outside of Japan. Through this JCC contents, we present you one of a kind custom and mods bikes by professional craftmen and enthusiasts who just can't stop loving motorcycle.

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Here is a "HONDA CBR1000RR-R FIREBLADE" custom by Webike community user "kiyo san".

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Specifications

Part Details
Brake KOOD Chromoly Brake Caliper Bolt
ZETA Titanium Rotor Bolt Front / Rear
Rearsets BABYFACE (Sato Racing) Footpeg Kit
Radiator ETCHING FACTORY Radiator & Oil Cooler Guard Set
Oil Cooler ETCHING FACTORY Radiator & Oil Cooler Guard Set
Suspension ZETA Titanium Axle Pinch Flange Bolt
Wheel KOOD Rear Chromoly Axle Shaft
KOOD Front Chromoly Axle Shaft
LighTech Titanium Wheel Shaft Nut
Bodywork / Fairing BABYFACE (Sato Racing) Engine Slider
BABYFACE (Sato Racing) Frame Slider
TSR Carbon Rear Fender
ACTIVE Fender Eliminator Kit
CLEVERWOLF Tank Protector
Puig Racing Windshield Z-Racing
Sprocket ZETA Titanium Chain Adjuster Bolt and Nut
Engine BABYFACE (Sato Racing) [Race Concept] Engine Cover
Accessories KIJIMA Helmet Lock
TECMATE Lithium Ion Battery Charger
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Hakuyo

A foreigner who rides in Japan, Japanese call this "Gaijin Rider". Third year in the Webike global team. He feels and shares the real bike life in Japan then presents you how interesting Japanese customs are.