Thanks, morti!There are some really good cheap mods out there, which can make a nice and noticeable difference to the riding experience. Don't miss the rose joint (heim joint) shifter modification, for example. Great way to spend like $10.
You can improve the brakes a lot with a (front or both) braided line and the rear is fixed right up with a smaller master cylinder or larger caliper, both available from a recent model cbr125- 125 used parts are generally pretty cheap on eBay even when they're equivalent to big bike parts.
A few bucks more but if you want to keep your bike upright in wet weather you also need to look at better tyres. If you only ride on dry days and are ok with not great tyres then just replace them when they're done.
2014 2016 Honda Grom Flush LED Turn Signals | eBayLookin good man!
proper functional meets form mods, i approve! Been considering some flush mount LED's for the front of my grom, got a link to the ones you are running?
Also got my rod ends for morti's shift lever mod in the mail FINALLY, only took a month. Took it up and down the block, seems pretty solid. Not a huge difference in feel but much more secure than that dinky rod and cotter pins. Reliability for $5, not bad at all.
Ordered a 14T sprocket as well, but motosport f'ed up. It was nowhere close (was expecting it to be smaller), so gotta wait on that.
Where in SD is this??! looks like a great spot!Nothing new since last week. All the parts I'm waiting for are on the slow boat from Hong Kong or are not in stock, so just rode it.