removal of the dorky ktm graphics makes a huge difference!
Are you suggesting that the many members on here (like me) who choose not to remove their graphics obviously prefer what is 'dorky' and are therefore - by association - 'dorks?'
Still, at least graphics are easily sorted (and what a relief you've come along to point out our huge mistake) it's those SV1000 owners I feel sorry for ! I mean that whole bike just screams dorky doesn't it, would take alot more than removing a few stickers to sort one of those out.
EDIT - JUST SEEN YOUR OTHER THREAD . turns out you own a SV1000!!!!!!
Couldn't look at it for more than a second - even the front tyre, oil cooler and rear disc bolts are dorky, sorting that would be hard, so relieved I've just got graphics to deal with.
On the upside - at least we've got dorkiness in common, so welcome to the forum
It looks a lot less like a kid's bike with the busy graphics gone. The only reason I don't take them off of my bike, is I may sell it one day. I want it to be all original. I figure it's worth the most money, all original.