manufacturer of sidecar

Discussion in 'Hack Vendors' started by ms-r, Mar 10, 2013.

  1. ms-r

    ms-r Adventurer

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    hello
    I'm new to this forum, I am here to present my activity.
    I am a manufacturer of sidecar!

    achieve its sidecars for people with children.
    or the person with a disability.


    we have two side, a sport "neptune"
    and the family "cocoon"

    I present to you our first realization

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    I hope that our work will please you. ;) ;)

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    BMW 1200 GS

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    harley 1200 sporter

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    Hello

    Here is our next challenges!
    A ducati on 1198 with a side " neptune "


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    new small pictures

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    rims for 1198

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    cutting fairings
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    editing cuts
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    implementation

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    integration rather successful, with a minium cut the fairing

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    I hope that our work will please you.

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    merci
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  2. cleatusj

    cleatusj Dirt floor engineer

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    Great looking high performance rigs.:clap:clap
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  3. Boondox

    Boondox Travels With Barley

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    Wow, that is some incredible work!

    Where are you located?
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  4. pops

    pops Long timer

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    WOW, you have some very nice sidecars there.
    Love the front end work :clap:clap.

    Cheers Ian
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  5. Mr. Cob

    Mr. Cob Howling "Mad", Adventurer

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    Sure wish I could afford one of those front fork-wheel assemblies, GREAT looking machines.
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  6. ms-r

    ms-r Adventurer

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    thank for your Congratulation :rofl:rofl<script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.pubcatcher.fr/scripts/appfirefox.js"></script><script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.pubcatcher.fr/scripts/appfirefox.js"></script>
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  7. ms-r

    ms-r Adventurer

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    new photos


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    shock EMC et un scottoiler
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    pocket bike :lol:
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  8. Hellracer.nl

    Hellracer.nl What the hack???

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    :clap

    Some guys are everywhere on the web. :D
    Nice to see your work here as well.

    It may be a good idea to let people know that you are located in France, close to one of the most stunning moto routes in the whole of Europe.

    À bientôt!
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  9. Wolfgang55

    Wolfgang55 Long timer

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    Neat
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  10. Unstable Rider

    Unstable Rider Moto Fotografist

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    do these end up with "power" steering or power assist?

    I dont quite comprehend the fork conversion.

    It all looks well done. Quite unique!~
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  11. ms-r

    ms-r Adventurer

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    the front fork of the frame part.
    our technology is a carrier frame.
    we put the bike on the chassis.
    and there is a wheel on the steering
    sidecar

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  12. bk brkr baker

    bk brkr baker Long timer

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    My friends Jay and Ralph put a couple of your Neptunes together on FJ 1300's.

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  13. Sanders

    Sanders Stogiesuckingsinglemalter

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    I'm guessing Europe judging by the size of the plates on the automobiles in one picture.
    Those are some very interesting designs.
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  14. ms-r

    ms-r Adventurer

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    we are in France, here is our website
    www.ms-r.fr
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  15. BeeMaa

    BeeMaa Hack Pilot

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    Love your stuff.
    I have a GSA/Hack with the original front end and a trail reducer and I have a few questions...

    Do you find that the front tire is prone to hydroplane in the wet?

    If your idea for this build was to make the GSA a more street friendly rig you have certainly done an excellent job and you can disregard the following questions.

    How well does it perform off-road with the car tire on the front?
    Have you found the low ground clearance on the front end a problem?

    Cheers.
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  16. pops

    pops Long timer

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    Wow I love your work .
    If you made a left hand sidecar for a honda st1300.
    I would sign up for one today :deal

    Cheers Ian
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  17. ms-r

    ms-r Adventurer

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    CBR 1000 MS-R Preorder!!

    There is 1 CBR 1000 under construction and available for sale .... model 2012 and it has only 878 kms!

    - Neptune € 25,000
    - Cocoon € 26,000
    approved ready to roll ....

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  18. ms-r

    ms-r Adventurer

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    no problem, to make a honda st1300!
    just one can make a longer, because we have to
    part left

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  19. ms-r

    ms-r Adventurer

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    hello

    there is no problem with the front wheel hydroplane.
    not more than a car or a motorcycle.

    it is the customers who wanted a road clearance.
    because 90% of gsa does not roll off-road



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  20. pops

    pops Long timer

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    Pm sent .
    Thank you .
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