WR 750 F "Il Ghepardo"

Discussion in 'Some Assembly Required' started by gpmucci, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. gpmucci

    gpmucci gpmucci

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    Ciao Boys.
    Some months ago I started to work on a XTZ750.
    My goal was to create an off road bike starting from there.
    First I visit some guys who race padak and other Rally with the xtz and I check for weakness in the bike.
    Then I start to work.

    I show you some photo

    new oil tank:

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    new upper gasoline tank:

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    new frame parts to make it stronger

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    radiator protection

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    muffler ecc

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    lower tank

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    rear frame

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    and .... il GHEPARDO

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    Isn't it nice? :rofl
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  2. Vulturul cu Dinti

    Vulturul cu Dinti Adventurer

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    Excellent work!
    A thought: couldn't u use 2 side water radiators like most of the off road bikes?
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  3. Sundowner

    Sundowner Bort

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    Yes!
    Well done. :clap
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  4. Evil Invader

    Evil Invader Been here awhile

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    MAN this is cool!!!!!!!! :clap:clap

    You now you could sell kits of this, right? :deal

    :D

    :1drink
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  5. Rema in Paluda

    Rema in Paluda Been here awhile

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    Bloody brilliant, now take on a XT1200 :-)
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  6. tremor38

    tremor38 Long timer

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    Great job! The bike looks awesome! .....but that pipe is begging for the accompanying sound file. Would love to hear it run...must sound good, eh?

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  7. gpmucci

    gpmucci gpmucci

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    Ciao.

    The bike is 169 kg dry.

    79 front
    90 rear!
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  8. billyvray

    billyvray Procrastinator

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    Yeah, we are going to need a video of that thing!
    Truly awesome.


    ~Bill
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  9. orlando_orange

    orlando_orange deslyxic tepyr

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    that's a damn good looking bike!! how much fuel you carrying now?

    and how does it ride??
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  10. Bambi

    Bambi Been here awhile

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    Hello,
    it's incredible, what some of you guys out there are able to build!!! Great bike, many happy hours riding it for you!
    Kind regards, Bambi
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  11. gpmucci

    gpmucci gpmucci

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    tanks have a capacity about 13 litres.
    the bike now will get some work on suspension and engine than it will roar. when it will happen i will show you.
    i build it up.
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  12. pilot

    pilot Slacker Moderator Super Moderator

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    Nice. :thumb

    This qualifies for "Some Assembly Required" so I'm going to move it there.
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  13. pennswoodsed

    pennswoodsed lizards,bugs and me

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    I lack adequate words , but this art bike proves what I thought about the redesign that BMW(rotax) did on the f 800 ,standing the cylinders up 27 * to clear the 21" tire.
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  14. sailah

    sailah Lampin' it

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    that is a very well done bike congrats on the finished product.

    Is that motor offered in any bikes stateside?
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  15. hookeniggy

    hookeniggy Been here awhile

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    Looks stunning, cograts with the final bike, can't wait to see it in action!!:clap
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  16. bk brkr baker

    bk brkr baker Long timer

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    It's a vertsion of the TDM.
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  17. repsolrider

    repsolrider Been here awhile

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    Very cool build congrats and enjoy your creation.:clap
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  18. hookeniggy

    hookeniggy Been here awhile

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    If you wanna top it of, WR-YZ swingarm is the same lenght as the ST will fit with a little modification on the front, will cut another 4 kilograms...and will lower the center of gravity (YZ linkage):freaky
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  19. gpmucci

    gpmucci gpmucci

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    Woow!
    This is an important information!
    :clap:clap
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  20. elephant man

    elephant man Adventurer

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    can you add more info and pics?
    awe-some build!
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