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Greetings for Minnesota.
I put my deposit down on a Strato Blue the days ago. I read on here that bikes were in their way to Canada. So I called my dealer and was given a time frame of June to early July. So I said "Here's my money".
Now it's time to sell the Grom. I love that little *** bike, and since the g310r is within inches in size, it's gonna be awesome. Plus I prefer German vehicles.:grin2:
 

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On the grom I've replaced the handlebars, 3 teeth larger rear sprocket, exhaust, intake, cam, improved clutch springs, and an EJK fuel controller.
I got the blue plastics from Thailand since that color want available in the States.
Other than exhaust, I don't know if I'll change anything on the 310.
 

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On the grom I've replaced the handlebars, 3 teeth larger rear sprocket, exhaust, intake, cam, improved clutch springs, and an EJK fuel controller.
I got the blue plastics from Thailand since that color want available in the States.
Other than exhaust, I don't know if I'll change anything on the 310.
Heard the same thing from a lot of individuals, it almost seems like the 310 is perfect in some ways.
All i can see happening is the usual: tail tidy, etc.
 

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I heard Blakes7 was taking delivery of a G310R this week, so by the time you get yours there should be a few exhaust options already available.
 

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Great mines think alike, put my deposit down on a blue one yesterday. Sold the Grom the night before ... so the wait is on for that phone call ... YOUR BIKE HAS ARRIVED !!
 

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Not yet. I'm keeping my grom until I hear from the dealer though. I don't want to be without a baby bike. They're to **** fun.
 

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Most definitely, the satisfaction of being able to crank all the way back and ride those gears and having something so light, nimble, and just crazy agile!
 

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Welcome to the forums. It always starts with an exhaust... then progresses from there ;)
Or fender eliminator if the stock fenders makes your stomach turn as much as it makes mine haha
Always found value in doing those visual mods first, it actually gets me to appreciate the bikes performance in stock form before moving on.
 

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Welcome to the forum! Never ridden a Grom before but it's always interested me with how easy it looked for riders to flick it from side to side. You can probably look at aftermarket parts while you wait for delivery. :D
 

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Or fender eliminator if the stock fenders makes your stomach turn as much as it makes mine haha
Always found value in doing those visual mods first, it actually gets me to appreciate the bikes performance in stock form before moving on.
Lol or that. That does work too haha.

I'm kind of on the fence and I'm stuck in between.... when in doubt get both...
 

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I find fender eliminator and then some sort of exhaust modification is what I find typically. Tank pads I don't really consider a modification really as you're just applying a sticker essentially lol. Potentially a windscreen too depending.
 

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Not yet. I'm keeping my grom until I hear from the dealer though. I don't want to be without a baby bike. They're to **** fun.
Have you heard anything from the dealer about your g310r yet? Not that riding a Grom for a bit longer is a bad thing. Only sat in one once and it was pretty fun, with it being so small and light it made me feel more in control of the bike.
 
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