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XS750 low budget classic caferacer

Post  kornfed on Mon 14 May - 23:59

I bought me a XS750SE a few months ago. After some work it became a nice caferacer.
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It only needs a Megaton and a new front fender.
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Re: XS750 low budget classic caferacer

Post  CJ on Fri 18 May - 0:17

Very Nice!

I like this 'low budget' projects. cheers

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Re: XS750 low budget classic caferacer

Post  kornfed on Fri 18 May - 0:20

Me to Very Happy
Now with a nicer front fender.
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Post  Toecutter on Sat 19 May - 20:29

nice one m8te, front fender makes a big difference , Very Happy

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Re: XS750 low budget classic caferacer

Post  ProTouring442 on Sun 20 May - 4:43

Very nice!

I'm thinking I might have to build one of these some day... An XS750 with a chain conversion and a Featherbed... Hmmm, so much for "Budget!"

Great lookin' bike!

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Re: XS750 low budget classic caferacer

Post  kornfed on Sun 20 May - 10:45

I don't see any advantage by a chainconversion.
Mounted a smaller muffler yesterday. It's a little bit louder
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Post  ProTouring442 on Sun 20 May - 15:41

kornfed wrote:I don't see any advantage by a chain conversion.

Except, perhaps, the ability to run whatever wheels you like. Very Happy

Keep the pics coming... cool bike!

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Re: XS750 low budget classic caferacer

Post  andreas on Sun 17 Jun - 8:38

Hi Kornfed,
cool bike for less money - and typical Kornfed. Very Happy
I like the exhaust - netherland is a great country - in Germany they will stop you to take a lot money for a soundticket.

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Re: XS750 low budget classic caferacer

Post  kornfed on Sun 17 Jun - 13:10

Hey Andreas, long time no see. Probably busy i suppose?
I already sold the low budget racer and guess what I bought.....my old green caferacer.
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The previous owner wasn't happy with it and the gearbox was broke. So I bought it back and fixed the gearbox.
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Post  andreas on Wed 20 Jun - 22:22

real love never die !!
Yes you are right - bussy with the clubhousebuilding - but one day i will be back. Also with SR projects.

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