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This is a discussion on Aussie monkey owner within the Monkey Builds forums, part of the Honda Monkey 125 Forums category; Originally Posted by Vrmmmpshhh For those who run intakes I highly recommend relocating the horn. It cleans up the front end and hides these wires. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vrmmmpshhh View Post
    For those who run intakes I highly recommend relocating the horn. It cleans up the front end and hides these wires. Super easy to with some connectors and wires and reversible
    Nice, I’ll have to take a look at that idea. Was wondering what I could do to tidy up that area and this might just be the answer.
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    30mm risers with a quad lock iPhone holder so I can run navigation, music etc..






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    Put on old school handlebars and chopped them to make them more narrow.

    Also installed a power commander 5 from hardracing.





    To cover up the frame holes I used lights designed for the handlebars of my bicycle.




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    Looking really cool. With all the style, are you planning on stretching the swing arm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by threar View Post
    Looking really cool. With all the style, are you planning on stretching the swing arm?
    No stretch for me. Stretching isnít really a mod bikers do in Aus. I wouldnít stretch on the skinny factory wheels anyway and whitewalls donít come wider than 130/70


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    Few upgrades now

    Power commander 5 from hard racing installed.. I also got a auto tune unit but need to make an adapter to plug the wideband into the tyga exhaust silencer.
    Also got a pod-300 display unit which I use to display rpms. Iíve mounted it using a quadlock






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    Also installed rear ohlins. Because the bike is lowered and Iím 76kgs I chose to use the 80kg springs. So far so good the rears havenít bottomed out. Iíll have to sort out the front though. They do bottom out on big potholes.

    I also shaved the kitaco seat a few inches back for more room and it feels much better. It still has crappy comfort compared to the factory seat but for what i use the bike for its great and I can easily flat foot.. Iím only a super short 164cms.




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    How do you like the bars? I have been looking at them. Also seen a set that were done by TB parts. Have not pulled the trigger yet.

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    I love the bars they suit the bike but I wish they were a tad stiffer. There is definitely some flex in them.


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