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Share before and after pictures of your Honda Rebel!

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  • 1 picture of bike in previous state
  • 1 picture of bike in current state (taken from same angle as previous state)
  • Can be any changes to appearance or accessories etc.

Example: new exhaust/emblem/stickers/bar ends/seat/fender eliminator/headlight/pegs/mirrors
 

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What will you do without a rear seat when your spouse or girlfriend wants to ride with you?

I like the "jump seat" and foot pegs Honda included on the Rebel 500. For those who prefer to ride solo all the time, they can always remove them. :wink2:
 

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What will you do without a rear seat when your spouse or girlfriend wants to ride with you?

I like the "jump seat" and foot pegs Honda included on the Rebel 500. For those who prefer to ride solo all the time, they can always remove them. :wink2:
that's an easy question, buy a 2nd bike for two up. haha. keep the rebel for your personal use. As for the looks of the pass seat, I think if you add the rear rack and saddlebags to take up space it would look better.
 

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Positive side of it all on removing the rear seat means weight savings; don't forget to remove the rear foot pegs too.


Combined, you would have lightened your Rebel enough to go "faster or quicker" than going on a crash diet.
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Put a couple of nice bolts in the old mirror threads to finish her off Lyoko
It has crossed my mind actually. But I've also been tempted to cut off the exsess piece, since I'm never gonna go back to the stock mirrors again. Want to do that on both sides, make it look more "clean" sort to speak.
 
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