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PostSubject: Freeman - French new member   Wed 17 Oct 2012 - 22:38

Hi all,

First, I'm french and I'm sorry in advance for my bad english.

I am 38 years old, married and 4 children (hence the rabbit as avatar) lol.

I live on the French Riviera and I create my company consultancy freelance design special machines.

I am moderator B-King.fr with 12,700 posts. Embarassed

I bought my B-King in December 2010, I've only done 13,000 kms (8200 miles). I usually roll over but I spend a lot of time tinkering with it.

I made a lot of changes, but I'll let you find them with photos. There is still plenty more to come.

I hope you enjoy it.

Long live the forum.



Here are the pictures of the most recent to the oldest :



Coming soon
- Buttons for start motogadget
- PCV + settings on dyno
- Steering column bearings All Balls
- Hyperpro fork springs
- Integration taillight S1000RR
- Design Marco rear mudguard with integrated brake light
- Lights flashing in diurme full scoop
- Steering column nut anodized red


In the longer term:
- Ohlins Shock absorbers
- Ohlins Front forks
- Hyperpro Steering dampers
- Deletion Catalyst
- Added Mivv exhaust short side with controlled opening the exhaust valve
- Custom Upholstery
- Quad Rear caliper bracket with Beringer house
- Floating rear disc
- Quick coupling for hose aviation AR
- Power Commander Control screen
And I must forget. Wink



13 July 2012

- tip custom DB-Killers





June 25, 2012

What kind of accessories not sold in stores ! Razz







June 9, 2012

- Protection dropout Marco Design
- GSG Pontets
- Handlebar Rizoma large diameter
- Jar rear master cylinder GSG specially anodized red
- Aviation hose back














10 May 2012

- Changing the box area with cones to set custom intake pipes
- Removing the PAIR system
- Reprogramming ECU






28 April 2012

- cache Marco Design clutch







24 March 2012







26 February 2012





20 November 2011

- water and oil radiators, grilles EP Performance









22 October 2011

- Wheels ABM fork adjustment
- Allow up Reposes Ultima evolution








17 September 2011

- Black Crown 45 teeth (+2)
- Nuts crown with aluminum mesh stainless
- Suzuki Parechaine We reserve painted black with the "B-King"
- Painting gradient plates footrests
- Corks plates based Design Marco










20 August 2011

- X-Tre
- Filter K&N














13 June 2011

- Custom Paint Colors California (Fréjus)
- Rizoma Oil Cap
- Scoops brake CMS














19 March 2011

- Pontet cut in the mass
- Sprocket gearbox 16 (-2)














27 February 2011

- Stainless Bodis
- Indicators Rizoma Avio
- Flasher for LEDs


















22 January 2011

- Wheel Stickers
- Flashing LED Bulbs














January 2, 2011

- Diabolos Marco Design
- Rizoma Grips luxury
- Covering Carbon






December 4 2010

- B-King
- Kit Beringer:
- AERONAL discs cast
- Calipers radial
- Chips Road
- Radial master cylinder brake
- Radial master cylinder clutch
- Hoses avia

- X-Barracuda Mirrors Version (homologated for Europe)
- Handlebar Marco Design
- Top block















And finally, here are some videos of our beautiful French roads :









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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Thu 18 Oct 2012 - 0:02

excellent! what a visual feast welcome to the forum freeman from sunny chorley :wel:
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Thu 18 Oct 2012 - 0:30

WOW that's a really really nice looking B-king, I love the stickers on the wheels.. Welcome aboard from another junior member Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Thu 18 Oct 2012 - 1:27

well done jock Twisted Evil you have fine taste in Bkingery(the act of owning and modifying B kings)
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Thu 18 Oct 2012 - 1:32

:wel: to the forum Exclamation Exclamation Exclamation

(love the bunnies..... Embarassed Twisted Evil )

Sweet bits on your king.....
What diameter are those front rotors?I see u got spacers there.... scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Thu 18 Oct 2012 - 6:53

welcome to the forum , nice bike !!

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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Thu 18 Oct 2012 - 7:41

Thank you for your welcome.

The front discs are the same diameter as the original (310 mm). The spacers are used to adjust the brackets for various brands (Honda, Yamaha ...).

But enough to do stoppies over 100 mph with one finger. Twisted Evil

Beringer is cool because you have the power and feel.
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Tue 23 Oct 2012 - 1:26

@Freeman_83 wrote:
Thank you for your welcome.

The front discs are the same diameter as the original (310 mm). The spacers are used to adjust the brackets for various brands (Honda, Yamaha ...).

But enough to do stoppies over 100 mph with one finger. Twisted Evil

Beringer is cool because you have the power and feel.


no venting holes /slots on those rotors....? scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Tue 23 Oct 2012 - 11:45

Hi there and welcome to our forum board. :wel:

Your bike is just awesome. Pretty paintjob and lots of tasty bits on it. I've been watching your thread on your french board and I have most of your bike's photos on my PC - even the GIF picture from your forum signature, where you kneedrage the bike in a long corner. cherry

I've seen your vids before the summer holidays. You really can ride the shizz out of it :O. I'd love to learn how to ride like that. I will some day...

Hah, there is no need to sorry about your English - we all love to communicate with each other and as long as there are google translator scripts, we will do our best to share information, experience and humor with everybody.

cheers cheers

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Bike: Black 2008 B-King
Current mods/addons:
-set of OES sliders (frame, swingarm, forks),
-set of black Beowulf rad covers,
-SS Yoshimura TRC exhaust under stock covers [Tutorial on how to do it]
-TwoBrothers JuiceBox PRO,
-TwoBrothers air filter,



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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Tue 23 Oct 2012 - 15:09

@arek1200 wrote:
@Freeman_83 wrote:
Thank you for your welcome.

The front discs are the same diameter as the original (310 mm). The spacers are used to adjust the brackets for various brands (Honda, Yamaha ...).

But enough to do stoppies over 100 mph with one finger. Twisted Evil

Beringer is cool because you have the power and feel.


no venting holes /slots on those rotors....? scratch

They are cast iron discs. They would break if they had holes. The holes serve to remove the thin layer of water, not to ventilate. Therefore avoid driving in the rain.
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Tue 23 Oct 2012 - 15:14

Joshidiah, thank you for your welcome and your lovely comment.
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Tue 23 Oct 2012 - 17:06

@Freeman_83 wrote:
@arek1200 wrote:
@Freeman_83 wrote:
Thank you for your welcome.

The front discs are the same diameter as the original (310 mm). The spacers are used to adjust the brackets for various brands (Honda, Yamaha ...).

But enough to do stoppies over 100 mph with one finger. Twisted Evil

Beringer is cool because you have the power and feel.


no venting holes /slots on those rotors....? scratch

They are cast iron discs. They would break if they had holes. The holes serve to remove the thin layer of water, not to ventilate. Therefore avoid driving in the rain.

how are those rotors superior to Galfer or Braking rotors....?(except crazy pricing..... Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked )
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Tue 23 Oct 2012 - 18:04

Good job like it...
The bunnys need to be punished Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Tue 23 Oct 2012 - 19:02

fliptop wrote:
Good job like it...
The bunnys need to be punished Twisted Evil

Oh yes ! Those naughty bunnies Twisted Evil: cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Tue 23 Oct 2012 - 22:25

@arek1200 wrote:
@Freeman_83 wrote:
@arek1200 wrote:
@Freeman_83 wrote:
Thank you for your welcome.

The front discs are the same diameter as the original (310 mm). The spacers are used to adjust the brackets for various brands (Honda, Yamaha ...).

But enough to do stoppies over 100 mph with one finger. Twisted Evil

Beringer is cool because you have the power and feel.


no venting holes /slots on those rotors....? scratch

They are cast iron discs. They would break if they had holes. The holes serve to remove the thin layer of water, not to ventilate. Therefore avoid driving in the rain.

how are those rotors superior to Galfer or Braking rotors....?(except crazy pricing..... Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked )

These disks not anything to compare to the Galfer or Braking rotors. The coefficient of friction is much higher and they support very heavy use. Ideal for heavy braking especially with the weight of the B-king.
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PostSubject: Re: Freeman - French new member   Tue 23 Oct 2012 - 22:51

nice nice nice welcome.
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