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Rickman Z900

Post  stevemc on Sat 2 Jul - 23:08

A few pics of my Rickman, just about finished after a few years off the road.

























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Re: Rickman Z900

Post  number8wire on Sun 3 Jul - 3:23

WOW!!! No expense spared! I love the chrome frame

Super clean build.. I would be too scared to ride it Wink
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Post  Toecutter on Sun 3 Jul - 8:44

Top bike ! alot of effort and love went in the bike Very Happy

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Post  joolzned on Sun 3 Jul - 14:25

nice looking bike :)

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Post  alazzurra 550 alu style on Mon 4 Jul - 16:04

very nice build man!!!
one of the cleanest classics i've seen so far.
must be a party to ride that bike!!
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Post  Tobias on Mon 4 Jul - 21:13

rickmans are really hard to find! nickel frame looks awesome.
I am the proud owner of a dirt rickman, gives me shivers every time i ride it!

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Post  stevemc on Tue 5 Jul - 2:54

Thanks guys for your comments

Just been doing little bits to her over the last few years to get the way I want it.
I put a clear plastic coating on the frame when new which saved the nickle plating from rust, removed it now as started to peel and yellow but it polished up well.

A wee list of jobs done,
Wisco 1075 pistons
The clyinder head shop in England did a lot of work to head, new valvle liners, 21/4 valves, reprofiled multi angle seats, gas flow inlet/exhust ports & vapour blast engine.
Mukini RS 34 radial flat slide carburetors
Dyna 2000
EBC prolite disc
New ap racing master cylinder for front
new wiring harness, swich gear, clock recondition
Paint by Dream machine England

Dont worry guys the bike is built to go not for show Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

This is the way the bike was in 1986 when I first got it

late 80s

about 6 years ago




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Post  650zed on Tue 5 Jul - 13:23

Absolute perfection!!!



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Post  Toecutter on Tue 5 Jul - 19:36

Good thing you kept the old pics of it. (for later as it comes in hand now)

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