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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-12-2019, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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New 2019 in the garage!

So I finally got delivery of my 2019 CBR500R. Still on the break in period so can't give it a crazy review yet. But build quality is very nice, and the looks mmmmm mmm good!

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-13-2019, 12:41 PM
congratulations, a very nice bike.. What goodies do you plan to add to it?


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I have just ordered my Delkevic 9" carbon exhaust that I am testing out for them to make sure it fits a 2019. Next would be short and adjustable clutch and brake levers. Then the rear seat delete cowl. And then it should be good!
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 11:29 AM
you might also consider front suspension preload adjusters. Depending on your weight the front can be a bit soft, you can find preload adjusters on ebay for less than $40, they take a few minutes to fit and give some adjustability to the non-adjustable front end.


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Welcome to the forums and owner's club. That's a slick motorcycle. Be sure to wear safe gear, and take a riders course if you haven't already.

I think the newer models (like 17+ or 18+?) have an adjustable front suspension stock. I imagine a compatible gixxer suspension is still worlds better though.

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you might also consider front suspension preload adjusters. Depending on your weight the front can be a bit soft, you can find preload adjusters on ebay for less than $40, they take a few minutes to fit and give some adjustability to the non-adjustable front end.


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The 2019 is adjustable and has already been stiffened up.
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Welcome to the forums and owner's club. That's a slick motorcycle. Be sure to wear safe gear, and take a riders course if you haven't already.

I think the newer models (like 17+ or 18+?) have an adjustable front suspension stock. I imagine a compatible gixxer suspension is still worlds better though.
I have been riding a little while, this is just my second bike and happens to be a brand new instead of used which is a change for me lol.
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Welcome to the forum. You’ll live your 500. They are great bikes.
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