SWT-SPORTS from Germany

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by SWT-SPORTS, Mar 17, 2013.

  1. SWT-SPORTS

    SWT-SPORTS Been here awhile

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    In recent years, we had always bent rear frame. To REDUCE the weight of a motorcycle is one thing, but it stable for racing keep the other.
    The last few years we have to keep increasing parts for the race or have to re-engineer. So it was us at our rear frame of the BMW.
    Here is the new enhanced version for 2013[​IMG]
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  2. bgoodsoil

    bgoodsoil Dare to be Stupid

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    Nice!

    What's that box welded on to the right side of your engine? Is it related to the breather?

    Those videos are incredible :thumb
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  3. SWT-SPORTS

    SWT-SPORTS Been here awhile

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    The welded box on the motor for the ventilation of the motor. I hope that I will not blow as much oil into the air filter. I was able to more than double the rest room.

    Thanks for the praise for the videos
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  4. isdt BMW

    isdt BMW willserv@aol.com

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    Wondering if an inverted brake pivot is available here in the USA for the /5 /6 style rear drive?
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  5. bgoodsoil

    bgoodsoil Dare to be Stupid

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    I notice you still use the Bing carbs. Do you prefer them to a modern carb?
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  6. SWT-SPORTS

    SWT-SPORTS Been here awhile

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    Are you asking for a set up brake for BMW / 6/7?
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  7. SWT-SPORTS

    SWT-SPORTS Been here awhile

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    The Dell Orthos carburetors I was ordered even more power in the right arm than with the Bing carburetors. The Japanese flat slider build me personally too big, so I am back at the original Bing carburetors
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  8. SWT-SPORTS

    SWT-SPORTS Been here awhile

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    [​IMG][​IMG]
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  9. SWT-SPORTS

    SWT-SPORTS Been here awhile

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    welded stainless steel for hard use



    [​IMG]
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  10. Kokopelli

    Kokopelli Yeah, right!

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    Manuel, er will wissen ob dein Motorrad schwierig zu Kickstarten ist.

    Willkommen im Forum. Your bike has been talked about a lot in here, it's quite famous.
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  11. SWT-SPORTS

    SWT-SPORTS Been here awhile

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    The described motorcycle still has a kick starter. The built-in ignition system is also very easy to kick. What is not so good, is the height of the bike. It's very hard to get to the Kickstarter. In racing very often do not have time to find a tree to lean against to kick better. Even the very hot engine is not so easy to kick. So I use the kick starter very rare. The first racing series with this boxer I drove completely without starter. This I would not do it again!

    [​IMG][​IMG]
    The motorcycle stand is only to better achieve the kickstarter. So I could come at the start of the race better in the kickstarter
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  12. SWT-SPORTS

    SWT-SPORTS Been here awhile

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  13. SWT-SPORTS

    SWT-SPORTS Been here awhile

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    Last weekend on race track:

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
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  14. hardwaregrrl

    hardwaregrrl ignore list

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    Freakin'. Awesome!!!!
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  15. Airhead Wrangler

    Airhead Wrangler Long timer

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    You don't see many airheads doing this:

    :clap:clap
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  16. Kai Ju

    Kai Ju Long timer

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    Looks like # 15 was a bit surprised as well.
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  17. bgoodsoil

    bgoodsoil Dare to be Stupid

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    What a cool picture :thumb

    [​IMG]
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  18. Ras Thurlo

    Ras Thurlo Desert Lion

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    great shot
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  19. SWT-SPORTS

    SWT-SPORTS Been here awhile

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  20. boxerkuh

    boxerkuh Been here awhile

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    Das ist super Geil!!!!!!!!! Du kannst auch ein paar Sachen auf Deutsch sagen/schreiben. Ich bin sicher das ich nicht der Einzige bin der das fuer Dich ueberstezen kann. Mach so weiter. Irre gut.


    That is totally awesome!!!!!! You can write a few things in German and somebody will translate for you. I am sure that I am not the only one here that can translate. Continue. Incrediable.
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