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Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by swoodard23, Jun 4, 2015.

  1. swoodard23

    swoodard23 New Member


    Wow guys! These things are fun. Cannot wait to get through the break in period so I can wind it out a little more, although, 20-25 feels pretty fast on a bike without suspension.
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  2. Timbone

    Timbone Active Member

    Oh, that is cool!
  3. swoodard23

    swoodard23 New Member

  4. schwinn123

    schwinn123 Member

    This thing is awesome, i love it. Good job on everything. Thats an intense rear end. Is that an old motorcycle headlight? I'm trying to get a headlight setup for my new build just like this on my triple trees. Let me know man!
  5. swoodard23

    swoodard23 New Member

    Thanks. It is actually an antique spotlight. I just put it on for looks but I suppose you could make one operational.
  6. Timbone

    Timbone Active Member

    The tank and the low handlebars really make this appealing to me! I do no like those generic 2.5L peanut tanks propped onto the top tune. The bike looks really long without the rider, and I'd really like to know how long the wheelbase is and the seat height. I like the low handlebar setup, too. A real eyecatcher!
  7. swoodard23

    swoodard23 New Member


    Bike is for sale on ebay now. Has been fun but want funds to work on my land rover project.
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  8. swoodard23

    swoodard23 New Member

    Price has been lowered. Buy it for what you could build it for without the hassle.
  9. Rico glover

    Rico glover Member

    Pooe the styling of your bike 2 stroke just isn't good but different strokes for different forks lol
  10. f250cobra

    f250cobra New Member

    As tiny Elvis would say, "man that tank is huuuuuuJa!" I like how you lowered the bike with the rear dropouts. Nice looking bike.