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  1. We are auctioning off our 2014 Honda Grom project bike. The auction has no reserve with an end date of June 30. Bike currently only has 36 miles on it and will come with the MSO. 2014 Honda Grom List of upgrades: Akrapovic Titanium exhaust with Carbon canister Ohlins shock Ohlins fork cartridge kit Full Tyga Carbon Fiber bodywork kit (includes top triple clamp and bars) BST Carbon Fiber Wheels Michelin Power Pure tires Brembo calipers front and rear Brembo master cylinder Underslung rear caliper mount Galfer wave rotor Driven Racing rearsets Dynojet PCV Chimera air intake DID chain Renthal rear sprocket Comp Werkes integrated smoked tail light Yoshimura spool kit For those bidding, good luck!
  2. Keep an eye on this space for updates on parts availability for the 2013-2014 Honda Grom. As new items come up, we'll post them here for you! Call MIKE at 866.931.6644 x 804 to order anything you see here or send a note to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with Grom PARTS in the subject line and let us know what you need.
  3. Casper

    Honda Grom

    http://powersports.honda.com/2014/grom.aspx http://www.gizmag.com/honda-grom-motorcycle-scooter-2013/27663/ Not going to lie, I'd rock the hell out of this thing.
  4. So, I'm not sure how many of you know this, but I'm in the job shop/contract CNC machining business. I primarily focus on military small arms components, but I've been getting more and more inclined to diversify to other industries (medical, aerospace, commercial firearms, etc) and one of those is aftermarket for bikes and possibly cars if I ever fall in love with a car again. Hard to go back to cars after having so much fun with bikes, though. Anyway, I want to take a stab at making bike aftermarket goodies, and having researched the Grom since they were announced, I think that might be a good bike to start on. Reasons being: it's new to the states, just released and starting to be delivered. cheap and accessible. just has a very "fun" and "hooligan" type attitude about it which I think is breeding grounds for people wanting to blow stupid money on a cheap bike. If you disagree, don't hold back. I want to know what you think. What I really want to know is, what kind of bike parts do YOU think would be good to make? I can make just about anything, but I want to focus on machined from billet components (that could be anodized or painted or powdercoated or bukkake-ed whatever). Fire away. Also, if you are involved with a shop that needs CNC work done, that wouldn't hurt either lol. i always have room for more work.
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