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, Bobber / Chop - Pic Heavy!
Group: HOT Volksrodders
Member No.: 1,070
Joined: 2-May 11
Cheers for the words everybody. =]
It did get taken for a maiden voyage a while back - my Bike man / MOT'er and currently my office for my new job (more on that later) is about 20 miles from home.
Only thing is that initial 40 mile journey the bike was only on one cylinder and pure hell to ride! Now the timings sorted it should be lurrrvvly!
Pipes are homemade from what we had left over - my fave bit is that they stay inside the front frame rails. i have seen some shotgun pipes, but they curve round the front and look untidy, so that was quite an afternoons achievement.
handlebars are wide fat bars - not renthals, but pretty much the same - can;t remember what they are now! Reason for buying them was due to the clamps - they're really nice angled off at the side chunky ones.
Originally the front end was got together for this -
Was going to get the USD front, monoshocked in the back and undented and nice paint. Sold it cheap thouugh as the valves sunk and ended up buying a 7R that I played about with instead.
I love this XS and it seems to get good reactions where ever I put pics, but my only doubt is the size of it. i'm pretty big tall and a little bit chunky at the mo and this is ever so compact, so i feel like an absoloute moron riding it! But it does feel like you are sat in an arm chair - no stretch on the forwards at all
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