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my surviving oldie

Post  gixxer on Tue 10 Nov - 20:45

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More pics to come, working on it. Cool

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Post  gixxer on Tue 10 Nov - 20:50

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I have a seccond one just like that, any ideas for it? confused

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Post  gixxer on Tue 10 Nov - 21:04

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Bought it for 300 euro for scrap.

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Post  gixxer on Tue 10 Nov - 21:06

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My bike with the original bars and 4 in 1 exhaust

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Post  marc on Wed 11 Nov - 1:21

Nice oldskool bike Cool Cool

I deleted your other topics!

What are the plans for this bike?
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Post  gixxer on Wed 11 Nov - 19:37

marc wrote:Nice oldskool bike Cool Cool

I deleted your other topics!

What are the plans for this bike?
I don't know yet, i' ve had a lot of work to get him already in this condition. When he works fine for a year i'm gona restore the frame of my other one and make a new bike out of the two i think.
Any ideas to transform it into a caféracer? Does that work with my kind of bike?

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Re: my surviving oldie

Post  TinTin on Thu 12 Nov - 10:59

if you can turn a GSX400 into a caf

and a CB1000

a CB750

and a Suzuki 1200 GSX Inazuma

Guess a GSX1100 will also work as a base! cheers
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Post  650zed on Thu 12 Nov - 11:13

Cool pics, tintin!

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Re: my surviving oldie

Post  gixxer on Thu 12 Nov - 19:29

TinTin wrote:if you can turn a GSX400 into a caf

and a CB1000

a CB750

and a Suzuki 1200 GSX Inazuma

Guess a GSX1100 will also work as a base! cheers
cool pics bom this gives me plenty of ideas, thanks man.

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Post  Toecutter on Thu 12 Nov - 21:13

that cb1000... cheers

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Re: my surviving oldie

Post  TinTin on Fri 13 Nov - 10:45

you're welcome

here a less complicated build to get the bike "cool" on the road
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Re: my surviving oldie

Post  gixxer on Fri 13 Nov - 19:04

TinTin wrote:you're welcome

here a less complicated build to get the bike "cool" on the road
can be done Wink

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