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Discussion in 'Some Assembly Required' started by Sinistersculler, Apr 11, 2008.
I LOVE that FT. Great job!
Bet the speakers sound great.
Still have work to do. Need to mount rear rim, finalize front fender mount, get taller windscreen, get a headlight rock guard and mount tail bag. Then phase one is complete.
What is that like to ride on the road?? I bet I would have to hand my license if I had one of those!
It's a hoot. Doesn't go that fast though due to a tight ratio gearbox and low gearing, but it gets there quickly.
It is loud and obnoxious, and only really happy when you are hammering it
Sounds like a girl I used to "date". (Insert witty emoticon here)
Making a windshield for the nighthawk. I made a fiberglass base to cover the stock shield. Its about 2-3 inches higher than stock. I will add a clear shield when i am done with the base. It needs to be sanded and smoothed and painted. I rode it with just the base on and it made a noticeable difference in reducing wind buffeting.
D*mn, now I'm jealous! I volksmarched all over those parts (and shopped for crystal with the ex), and miss the h*ll out that area. Never shoulda never left.
worlds largest adventure bike...maybe
That should be on the WTF Picture Thread. Dual sporting a Victory touring sled for Jesus. Now I've seen it all.
so finally the name Victory cross-roads get's sense ...
Kind regards, Bambi
1985 V65 Sabre. 200k + miles on it now, sitting in storage, waiting for it's trip to move to Hawaii and another 200k miles. This bike could not be better suited for where I live, though I will ditch the knobbies here. Rode it year-round in Alaska.
In 200k miles I have - changed the clutch several times- get usually about 50k miles out of them when not drag racing it. Changed the cams x1. Oil mod at about 50k miles. fork brace, three wire mod, corbin seat- which isn't lasting as long as stock, but more comfy- Keiser bags, which the brackets will be replaced next, gear mod. Lots of cleaning and regular maintenance- shock mod, race tech gold inserts mod. and springs.
Put the crappy plastics on it for winter-studded tire riding. Here it is with R1 Sjaak on a winter ride in Alaska
I am planning an extensive conversion of the unsuspecting RG250 into a Scrapper (AKA dual sport) for the Scrapheap Adventure Ride here in Oz.
www.scrapheapadventureride.com.au We raise funds for Down Syndrome NSW. Almost $225,000 over the last 4 years.
My previous Scrapheap build was the XR460/4
That's a good cause to support.I applaud all of you for raising the money for the cause.
not mine, saw this running the mexican 1K 2013
CB550 Desert Sled build thread in some assembly required. He broke down on day two I think.
right on John.. you need to show your sportster conversion as well, unless you've already shared that one..
Updated pics of Nighthawk 700S adventure bike