One being assembled, one being planned

Discussion in 'Hacks' started by mikejjmay, Apr 9, 2013.

  1. mikejjmay

    mikejjmay Been here awhile

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    SWEET. Man i need to get a windshield on there, that looks pretty rough.

    Should be there around 6 or so tonight.
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  2. mikejjmay

    mikejjmay Been here awhile

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    Got out on the strom for a little today, really loving how this rides. I was concerned about the 650 being able to handle it at highway after having the KLR rig before, but it takes it no problem. The car is really planted as well, it feels very very stable and light.

    I added a small deflection plate on the subframe, just to protect the delicate undercarriage of the strom. Also made a cheepy cut down windshield tonight. Sorry about the cell quality pics. Going to go out and find some dirt tomorrow to really give her a go :evil

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  3. hahnda

    hahnda Been here awhile

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    So the question is out there.....

    Which do you prefer? The Wing and Kenna or the Strom and Hitchhiker?

    I know, I know, comparing apples to oranges but I think I know the answer.
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  4. mikejjmay

    mikejjmay Been here awhile

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    For me....its the strom all the way. But theres no doubt the GW rig is more comfy for the monkey.

    Cant wait to get her spinnin in the dirt tomorrow.
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  5. hahnda

    hahnda Been here awhile

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    I knew that would be the answer. The Strom/Hitch is a nice hooligan rig.
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