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Telefonica Movistar - a.k.a. 600MK2

Year: 2002
Model: GSXR-M Telefonica Movistar
Eng size: 600cc
Transmission(5sp, 6sp etc): 6sp
Tires: Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa
Pipes: Custom Yoshimura Stainless with custom hidden hanger clamp
Wheels: white w/refective yellow stripe
Accessories: Alarm system (which controls the LED lighting), Blue Led lighting (all fairings and undertail), K&N filter, Yoshi fuel manifold, TRE (lol), PCIII, HID headlights + fogs, proximity sensor, double bubble mirrored screen, paint matched mirrors, hot bodies undertail, blinker led's in rear pegs, air horn (lol again).
And the story: my 3rd bike, one of those bikes I plan to keep forever

and the pics (links below to more pics and threads...dun wanna whore up the thread with pics)







Custom Key (for alarm / flip out) made it myself



Thanks for viewing!

more pics here:

K2 Telefonica - Short Yosh.RS3, 905 Stunt Cage... Lots of Pics (56k, grab a snickers)
Telefonica and Ninja
http://www.gsxr.com/showthread.php?t=42775
http://www.gsxr.com/showthread.php?t=42356
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nice !!! were did you get those race rails . those bars on the side of your fearings ?


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i like the key idea may have to steal that idea from u

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i like the key idea may have to steal that idea from u
yeah same here. how did you do that. can i get the instructions. i have an idea of how just want to see how you did it. thanks in advance.

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nice !!! were did you get those race rails . those bars on the side of your fearings ?
I was wondering the same thing. Where did you pick them up from.
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Engine Cage

The Cage is from 905 racing is cost $275. I would quote it but i am new here and don't know how!
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Gixxie's got it - the Cage is a Racing 905 Stunt cage and they are $275 list on racing905.com

as for the Key, i'll do a writeup and take some pics, but essentially i mashed two different alarm systems together to get that - i'm planning to redo it when i get the time with a true volkswagen or audi key (if i can get my hands on a cheap one)

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Gixxie's got it - the Cage is a Racing 905 Stunt cage and they are $275 list on racing905.com
as for the Key, i'll do a writeup and take some pics, but essentially i mashed two different alarm systems together to get that - i'm planning to redo it when i get the time with a true volkswagen or audi key (if i can get my hands on a cheap one)

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& thanks for all the comments ya'll

do i get a nomination ?


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& thanks for all the comments ya'll

do i get a nomination ?
I move that Tesh be nominated for GSXR of the month

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I second the motion.
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U guys rock

thx for all the comments everyone!

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+1 for a nice Movistar.......

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Nice bike! I have one of those sitting in the garage too. Its the womans but you get lots of looks when you ride it.
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man that is a nice bike i really like those that night pic
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So what do you have for your leds and where at?

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Ive got a few sets of Varad Led's setup:

Ram Air Tubes
Headlight
Fairing openings
under the upper lighting the radiator/front wheel well
'pointing' to the rearsets (so my shoes light up )
Rear shock
and in the undertail pointed at the rear wheel

the body's blue led's are controleld by my alarm system key and i switched my headlight so that i can turn it off completely (so rolling into a parking lot w/headlight off, but led's blaring )

and then i also made a custom led '3rd brakelight' and added another 10 led's facing rearward drilled into the little lip in the undertail below the brakelight...

i'm in the process of grafiting another year's brakelight in, and making it integrated... for sure i'll be posting pics when its done (its another week out at least though)

thanks for asking!

(I'll try for a pic on a tripod at night, that last pic didnt come out so well, but now it's raining...)


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Congrats, great clean bike.
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Ive got a few sets of Varad Led's setup:

Ram Air Tubes
Headlight
Fairing openings
under the upper lighting the radiator/front wheel well
'pointing' to the rearsets (so my shoes light up )
Rear shock
and in the undertail pointed at the rear wheel

the body's blue led's are controleld by my alarm system key and i switched my headlight so that i can turn it off completely (so rolling into a parking lot w/headlight off, but led's blaring )

and then i also made a custom led '3rd brakelight' and added another 10 led's facing rearward drilled into the little lip in the undertail below the brakelight...

i'm in the process of grafiting another year's brakelight in, and making it integrated... for sure i'll be posting pics when its done (its another week out at least though)

thanks for asking!

(I'll try for a pic on a tripod at night, that last pic didnt come out so well, but now it's raining...)
Sweet bike I had the same on a 05 RR1000

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wow...that thing is sick!!! and that key fob thing is AMAZING! id do it, but i always put my keys in my back pocket, so id prolly end up breaking it...lol nice wheels!
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Dude nicebike, Hope I can get mine to look as clean as urs...
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that has always been my fav body style

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that turned out great looks nice

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Very nice and clean. I would not want to sell it either, Collectable?
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i don't really like the older model style of the GSXR, but your bike is slowly changing that haha.

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07 750 telefonica moviestar

Here are a few pics of my 07 7fiddy telefonica moviestar. I got her 2 years ago with only 800 miles. I have been using her on the track and got racing skins so I don't mess up the stock plastics.
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Agreed..Very nice

the Telefonica was always one of my favorite schemes.

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Thanks

Thanks JP!!! Here are a few more pics...........
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