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Hi guys sorry if topic has been covered before i cant really find the search function for this site. If i could be pointed out it would be great.
Anyway Im looking into giving my bike a more modern look, by putting the Tyga Perfomance body kit to it. But im wondering if this could be a costly exercise, will be upgrading in about a year when i get a full license.

Really liked how this bike turned out.
Chris Burke - Tyga Performance

Also is there a Canberra group where riders meet?
 

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Hi guys sorry if topic has been covered before i cant really find the search function for this site. If i could be pointed out it would be great.
Anyway Im looking into giving my bike a more modern look, by putting the Tyga Perfomance body kit to it. But im wondering if this could be a costly exercise, will be upgrading in about a year when i get a full license.

Really liked how this bike turned out.
Chris Burke - Tyga Performance

Also is there a Canberra group where riders meet?

What exactly are you asking?
Have you contacted Tyga already?

My brother is in Canberra but I don't think he rides with any groups.
 

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Ive contacted them already and its $1200 before shipping for the full kit. These bikes are around $3000. So I was wondering if changing to a Tyga Kit would massively drop the value of the bike. Or should i just maintain it and keep it clean.
 

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Ive contacted them already and its $1200 before shipping for the full kit. These bikes are around $3000. So I was wondering if changing to a Tyga Kit would massively drop the value of the bike. Or should i just maintain it and keep it clean.

Just swap it back to the OEM fairings if you decide to sell it, and sell the Tyga kit seperately.
But I doubt the fairings would devalue the bike by much if at all.

Personally, it's a 250RR, enjoy it for what it is, and if you've already decided you're not keeping it, spend the money on your next bike.
 
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