Post your Airhead pics

Discussion in 'Airheads' started by a_k_nicholls, Sep 4, 2004.

  1. bpeckm

    bpeckm Grin!

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    Fair enough - thanks for the info - I like the shape is all. I might just make one out of GRP instead of going all the trouble. I can make it whatever shape I want then.



    You might take a look at the various fiberglass parts that this outfit provides: some real good looking fairings and seats, they have a fbg tank but no picture of it....

    http://www.airtech-streamlining.com/vintage/bmwboxer.htm

    Haven't bought anything of theirs yet, but the website is fun to poke around in! Take a look at Ducati fairings, Rennsport fairings for vintage bikes, etc etc.
  2. Nick Makwell

    Nick Makwell Bavarian Murder Weapon

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    Thanks for the tip - ive been to that website before and it looks interesting - I would love to fit a Ducati 750GT replica tank - beautiful shape.

    Still thinking about the /2 tank though, call me nuts (and you undoubtedly will!!!) - I have this "idea" (syndrome?) of making the whole machine steel or mainly thereof (no plastic bits - deep down, I really really hate plastic, has no place on a motorcycle!).....

    relays and stuff - yes I know, will have to find a new place (I have an idea), as for mounting...hmmm...surely theres a way.

    :wink:
  3. johns

    johns Been here awhile

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    Got this one 2 weeks back:
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    I sold my 1150GS, bought a k75s and a r65 and still had some money to buy a Honda VT500 Shadow for my girlfriend (until july 1st) as a wedding gift :)
  4. hogmolly

    hogmolly Dude

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    Love the headlights. I get over to Den Bosch quite often.
  5. jellycow

    jellycow Back on track!

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    So, Johns, we're gonna have to miss you at the gsclub.nl forum?

    Groeten,
    hobbelkoe
  6. muschelschubser

    muschelschubser Been here awhile

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    My Airhead, a '88 R80Rt Polizei:

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  7. johns

    johns Been here awhile

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    No, I'll keep hanging around. Still like te GS line and maybe I'll get an airhead GS or G/S later. Or I'll mod the R65. Wider bars, other tires and it's as suitable for terrain as my 1150GS was :)

    Besides that, I'm still one of the mods and I'm quite loyal to people I got to know, even if it's only online :)
  8. jellycow

    jellycow Back on track!

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  9. notarex

    notarex Can U taste the waste?

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    This winter after new heads and nikasil barrels-

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  10. Gezerbike

    Gezerbike Hey Rocky...........

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    The PD on the shore of Lake Superior while up at the RA Rally in the UP

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  11. DaveTheYank

    DaveTheYank Been here awhile

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    I just sold my 2006 K1200R and concluded that I need two bikes: One for taking in the scenery, taking the wife to the beach, and going on club rides. The other is for de-stressing, blowing off steam, and taking out my aggressions on some tight canyon roads.

    A "Date Bike" and a "Hate Bike"

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    And the "late" bike
    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2185/2091459150_ebe06c335e.jpg?v=0
  12. Lornce

    Lornce Lost In Place

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    Wow. Were you mad at her?

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  13. johns

    johns Been here awhile

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    No. It fits her and she likes it. But eventually she will go for something less 'custom' :)
  14. Kentucky

    Kentucky Long timer

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    That is a great pair of motorcycles!
    Barry
  15. Boojum

    Boojum I Miss the PartyBoss

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    After a Solo Seat was addded, low bars, and a custom rear rack with wood, it looks a bit different now.
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    The rear rack.......
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    Boojum!
  16. Putts

    Putts Gettin' there.

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    Oh dood, that is sweet!

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    Your bike has a little woody!
  17. Boojum

    Boojum I Miss the PartyBoss

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    And it gives me one when I ride it sometimes..........:lol3
    And Welcome to our New Mod.!!!! :clap :freaky


    Boojum!
  18. Bigger Al

    Bigger Al Still a stupid tire guy

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    Man, boojum, that bike is alllllllll sweetness and light!!:bow And it's got wood built in. :lol3
  19. bpeckm

    bpeckm Grin!

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    Classic!





    (bump for a good cause):D
  20. slartidbartfast

    slartidbartfast Love those blue pipes

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    My 85 RT doing what it was meant to do. ...Scottish Highlands, Late June 07. 3000 miles around Britain in 14 days (including more than 950 miles in one cold, wet, very windy day.) See the trip report here

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