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  1. #11
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    just curious...why didn't you finish it off with a cafe tailsection or a flat tracker tail section? it would flow well with the bike I think...just a thought.
    1990 Civic Si
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  2. #12
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    i duno, just had the image of a short frame with a big ass back tire rightbehind the seat. That was the thought, the sawzall did the rest!
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    maybe throw a fender over that rear tire?
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    My buddy has a KZ650 as well, his is not as nice as this, but it's something he is looking to do. How do you hang on to that thing? It looks like you would slide right off!

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    just hang on tight is about all you can do. Taking the bike to the strip this weekend, well see how well i can hang on.
    Sinister Racing
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    any updates on this thing at the strip?
    97 GTi, 03 KJ

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    Bump because I took the first picture in this thread, lol. It's awesome to see you actually did something with this thing, it had quite a bit of potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ihaveaids View Post
    Bump because I took the first picture in this thread, lol. It's awesome to see you actually did something with this thing, it had quite a bit of potential.
    Actually this is not the bike that was bought from delfast. That bike got chopped up and made into a hardtail frame and sold as a rolling chassis and the rest of it was parted out.

    This bike came from a friend of ours here in SD.

    This bike as since changed hands about 2 months ago, but another friend of ours is buying it back this comming weekend.
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