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  1. #31
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    Just sent an e-mail, count me among those who would love a pair of risers.
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  3. #32
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    A big thanks to all who are joining in on the order.

    We are setting up this week and should have parts available in a couple weeks or so.
    The 4th holiday will be in there to work around but trust that we are working to get these back into production.

    I'll let you all know about powder coating. I can offer this but need to get that nailed down as for a cost before I tell you.

    My next project for the M50 is a chin spoiler that replaces the radiator cover and gives the front end of the bike a nice blend. I want something that will cover those legal labels on the front right frame member and the chin spoiler should do that.

    I'll keep you posted on future ideas as they develop.

    Email me with any questions or orders: ken@shape-master.com

  4. #33
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    I am definetely in for the chin spoiler!

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  6. #34
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    I'm interested in the chin as well, but I'll need to see what it looks like before I can commit (not much different than a woman ). I'm guessing that whatever color it is I'll just paint it black.

    Thx Ken.
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  7. #35
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    It will be molded in black ABS smooth. Very paintable.

    I'll begin work on these in a couple weeks.

    Best,
    Ken

  8. #36
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    As far as the chins go, will the John's Kit Foward controls be taken into consideration?

    I would love a chin, but will not remove the FC's - they are just too nice.
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  9. #37
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    So what exactly does a chin spoiler do anyway? Or is it just cosmetic?
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  10. #38
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    Would love to see pics of a chin spoiler....even a mock up at this stage would be cool to see.
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  11. #39
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  12. #40
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    Sent an e-mail, count me in!


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  13. #41
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    Hello to all,
    I sent out a bulk email from my ken@shape-master.com address with invoice, instructions, photos, etc. regarding the riser spacer blocks.

    If you did not receive this please email me ken@shape-master.com

    Or phone me 217-621-1158 cell
    I will call you back.
    Leave a message and I'll know to send you the email.

    We are shipping the new spacer blocks this week.
    They look great and work very well.
    I can now ride my M50 in an upright position with my elbows bent not straight.

    Take care!

  14. #42
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    Chin spoiler

    Quote Originally Posted by Mantissa View Post
    So what exactly does a chin spoiler do anyway? Or is it just cosmetic?
    The chin spoiler is a dress up piece but can also keep rocks off your bike, radiator and also help to scoop air up into the radiator.
    Depending on how it's designed.

    The M109 and many other bikes have chin spoilers as designed or as an add on dress up piece.
    You could check out Corbin's website for the chin spoilers he has designed for the Roadliner (Star Yamaha) and other bikes.

    I hope to have mine in production by end of August or before.

    Lots of work to do to get there but it can happen.

    I'll get it posted in photos ASAP.

  15. #43
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    Powder coated riser spacers

    Quote Originally Posted by newshoundaussie View Post
    Given any thought to having these powder coated Ken? Black would look good on my black and white o9 M50.
    Let me know if you want a price for black powder coated spacers.
    If I can get enough orders together I can get it done at our local powder coater but he wants a minimum run.

    Thanks,
    Ken

  16. #44
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    Annoucement on the Riser Spacer blocks for handlebar Pullback.

    We are finding that shipping has gone up and we are not charging enough.
    We will charge an average shipping fee to continue shipping via UPS so that your order is insured and so we do not lose money on each shipment.

    The average in the U.S. shipping via UPS will be $9.95 residential. If we can ship to a business it will save you about a buck. We must know at the time you order what location we are shipping to and if the address is a business recognized by UPS.

    You can also receive by USPS and choose either insured or not insured however their insured is $7.20

    Thank you for understanding.
    If you are one of the folks we sent an invoice to we will honor the price of postage however we cannot continue as we are losing money on each shipment.

    In an effort to help out our fellow M50 riders we must try to keep all of our costs as low as possible.

    Thank you,
    Ken
    Bumble Bee M50 rider

  17. #45
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    Hey Ken,

    Thanks for the fast shipping! I received mine yesterday! Hoping to install them this weekend. Product looks really nice and good quality!

    Thanks,

    BING!


 
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