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Discussion in '2 smokers' started by FloridaSteve, Dec 30, 2007.
Hey,,,wheres the headlight?:huh
My ride exploring the Isle of Man many years back. Went everywhere with that thing from the TT course to tractor paths.
No headlight for this one....
That must have been a ton of fun!
This shot looks like it belongs on the front of a Clymer Kawasaki manual, or a Kawi sales brochure. Awesome picture, thanks for sharing!
She been hiding awhile while being restored a bit. I have the original fenders off right now till they are rechromed, so the 74' fenders will have to for now. I'm going crazy right now because I just want my baby to be on the road!!!!
my DT175 1981 model
I note a serious lack of KE125s here in this thread! So I'll throw my wife's new one in. Most perfect bike in the stable:
And, while I saw a few, there's a pretty lacking representation of F7s too:
Loving this thread :)
Bad Buffalo... Lightly modified
That's SO sick! Wow! :eek1
Seviston, that's a great job on the buffalo! Bet it sounds great, what brand pipes are those or did you make them yourself?
Thanks, the chambers are Jemco's. They do sound pretty good along with the Keihin oval slides and Uni filters. The rebuilt motor is high compression, with a copper head gasket, ported and running a base plate as well as converted to electronic ignition. I finished it in August of 2012. Here is a short video of it running. It's obnoxious, but a lot of fun to ride.
Bad Buffalo Fly By
Jemco pipes and very nice!
I need some JEMCO pipes!
Here's my 2 stroker:
1974 Suzuki GT250, just restored it.
Definitely NOT "lightly" modified..! That front end - is that Ducati / Monster..?
Nicely done - thx for sharing.
Thanks for noticing "NOT lightly modified", LOL! Front end is all Hayabusa with a Ducati Monster fender. But good eye, the fender through you off. The rear end is GSXR with a 6" Busa rear wheel. Bad Buffalo handles like a new bike with the Michelins and modern running gear and underwent a 100lb plus weight reduction.
Brilliant. She sure makes all the right noises. Absolutely lovely!