2-Stroke Picture Thread

Discussion in '2 smokers' started by FloridaSteve, Dec 30, 2007.

  1. R80st

    R80st Long timer Supporter

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  2. motorcyclefanatic

    motorcyclefanatic The name says it all

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    Picked this beauty up today.

    Gonna be my ride at the Barber Vintage Fest this year.
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  3. Dave Y

    Dave Y Adventurer Supporter

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    Did you happen to pick this in Ohio?
  4. motorcyclefanatic

    motorcyclefanatic The name says it all

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    Picked this beauty up today.

    Gonna be my ride at the Barber Vintage Fest this year.
    Yes.

    I’m guessing you know Greg?
  5. pdxjim

    pdxjim Two Stroke Terror

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    Here's mine. Been in my garage since 1998.

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  6. Tanshanomi

    Tanshanomi Your Favorite Uncle Supporter

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    ..but...but...but...low pipes.
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  7. pdxjim

    pdxjim Two Stroke Terror

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    I have JL stainless high pipes too, but the UK made Martin77 low pipes are better in every regard. Much better useable midrange power, no hot pipes on the thighs, and the engine and carbs are way more accessible. This has been my daily rider for almost 25 years. I'm way more concerned with function over form.

    Not exactly it's intended use, but I'm taking it to the dragstrip this Friday night.
  8. KennyV

    KennyV Been here awhile Supporter

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    Thanks for sharing the picture. Very nice! It's the first one I've seen with the down pipes, a different and interesting look. As much as I would like to have one I think if I could find one It would most likely be more than my old bike budget.
  9. pdxjim

    pdxjim Two Stroke Terror

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    My buddy Naveen at Trader Joe's (same guy that tipped me off about my LC) bought me this last time I was in the store.

    Thanks Naveen! https://www.5440beer.com/
  10. AlpinaE24

    AlpinaE24 Long timer

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    Gave the 500 a good microfiber dusting yesterday
  11. OSJ

    OSJ Formally DunkinDuck

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    Any two strokers in the New England area, or central MA even?
    I’m hosting a meet and greet ( cars and coffee style get together) on the 1st Sunday in September in West Boylston MA

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  12. wfrpalm

    wfrpalm Been here awhile

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    Well, what did it run?
  13. pdxjim

    pdxjim Two Stroke Terror

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    My best was 14.7 @ 90mph. I know I can do a bit better. My launches are horrible.
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  14. Prmurat

    Prmurat Long timer

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    Today’s progression on my H2: on the lift!
    Can’t wait to finish it and… sell it! (Lost the physical possibility to ride it …).
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  15. Florida Lime

    Florida Lime Long timer Supporter

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  16. Florida Lime

    Florida Lime Long timer Supporter

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  17. JBSmith

    JBSmith Ink-stained wretch

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    Back in the days when I could actually fit on a bike like this, I had a Gamma to play with for a week. It was, no exaggeration, the most intense street bike I ever rode. It wasn't much fun at anything less than 9/10ths, and suffered fools not at all. For $42K you could buy a nice track bike, and a van to carry it in, and you'd probably have more fun on a racetrack and be safer doing it.
  18. motorcyclefanatic

    motorcyclefanatic The name says it all

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  19. motorcyclefanatic

    motorcyclefanatic The name says it all

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    Got the NS400R out for a ride yesterday.

    Probably not any faster than my RZ350, but much smoother and more torque.

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  20. getonyourbikeandride

    getonyourbikeandride Been here awhile

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    My RZ500 and race kitted Guzzi LeMans MK I have both almost tripled in $ value since I acquired them pre 2000.

    But to be fair, the real value is in riding them! :beer
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