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My customized points.

My customized points.

1.Removed the rear seat.
2.Changed the tail light.
3.Added aluminum stickers to hide the reflector. (Both side.)
4.Attached tool bags. (Both side.)
5.Changed turn signal lens from the clear color to the dark color with orange bulbs. (Four.)
6.Added the fork inner tube guards. (Both side.)
7.Removed the left peg bracket. (Now, that place is hidden by the left tool bag.)

Hiding the fork reflectors is not illegal in Japan.
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My customized points.



1.Removed the rear seat.

2.Changed the tail light.

3.Added aluminum stickers to hide the reflector. (Both side.)

4.Attached tool bags. (Both side.)

5.Changed turn signal lens from the clear color to the dark color with orange bulbs. (Four.)

6.Added the fork inner tube guards. (Both side.)

7.Removed the left peg bracket. (Now, that place is hidden by the left tool bag.)



Hiding the fork reflectors is not illegal in Japan.
You're from Japan, cool, how tight are the laws there if you wanna costumize your bike?

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You're from Japan, cool, how tight are the laws there if you wanna costumize your bike?

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Thanks for your comment.
In Japanese justice system for motorcycle is very strict, but it has been better than before.
When I was a young guy, it was hard for riders changing exhaust muffler but now, police officers usually don't care even if there is loud bikes haha.
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Im asking this cause I usually watch those documentaries about those pimped up trucks and cars, and even the maxi scooters completely modified, was wondering if those were legal or not, cause i mean there some really crazy modifications in tokyo mostly, do you know brat style?

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Im asking this cause I usually watch those documentaries about those pimped up trucks and cars, and even the maxi scooters completely modified, was wondering if those were legal or not, cause i mean there some really crazy modifications in tokyo mostly, do you know brat style?
Unfortunately I almost never have had the opportunity to see the crazy customized bikes in my town because my town is countryside.
But I can see them in bike magazines.
Especially almost all of them are big scooters, or sometimes Harley-Davidson.
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Unfortunately I almost never have had the opportunity to see the crazy customized bikes in my town because my town is countryside.

But I can see them in bike magazines.

Especially almost all of them are big scooters, or sometimes Harley-Davidson.

I attached a picture I downloaded from a website.
That's exactly what I was talking about is that even legal, or just allowed?

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That's exactly what I was talking about is that even legal, or just allowed?

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It's completely illegal haha.
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It's completely illegal haha.
Some still look awesome, in Portugal modifications are illegal unless added to the vehicle registration paper and gotta be approved by the maker witch they are a pain about so I just ride with my mods on like its nothing and cross my fingers the police is nice and don't bother me(if you are nice they usually let u go unless they are hunting tickets)

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Some still look awesome, in Portugal modifications are illegal unless added to the vehicle registration paper and gotta be approved by the maker witch they are a pain about so I just ride with my mods on like its nothing and cross my fingers the police is nice and don't bother me(if you are nice they usually let u go unless they are hunting tickets)

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Oh! I see.
My modification is also a little like the standard because I really like the original shape.
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where did you get your tail light?
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