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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Wildebeest90210, Jun 24, 2019.
Agreed. It's only fit to be a boat anchor.
Save the engine!!!
The rest can be thrown overboard.
I had a stock CB750...red tank gold stripe even. I didn't like it, so swapped it for a Singer Vogue, but would never had done that too it, there were other people who somehow thought they were pretty good.
Sm510r special edition (twin pipes and commander power chip) low-rider bolt on conversion kit fitted Original parts Included to convert back to super motard. Runs smooth with no flatspots Starts very quick Electronic fuel injection Oversize brembo brakes Hydraulic clutch Electric start Well maintained and kept covered. Very reliable and quick The lightest cruiser at 135kg
It would appear some mob called Duzzi offers this classy service...
WTF ? Why would you even do that to a pretty great bike. Tastes are obviously greatly different.
And this year's fugly award goes to:
There's your basic "taste", and then there's the "tastebuds burnt off with a bunsen burner" taste. Duzzi & his ilk have bunsen-burner taste. Wreck a perfectly designed and manufactured motorcycle to suit their own warped, twisted "minds".
No real need for a mudguard at all, But police can get exited if you ride/ Drive in the rain with no guards. Simple way around this, is duckt tape around the forks to deflect water.
Open wheel cars its more complex, and abbreviated lightweight quick fit guards in the boot are best option. With the MOT its like this, if its not there you can not test it. Lights indicators , Even when the bike still needs indicators by law, if you tape up the indicator part of the switch, remove the indicators it will pass the MOT.
I thought I would give this thread a little bump with a link to the house of tasteful delights that is the Kevil's Speed Shop catalogue. The R100GS custom scrambler moto bobber cafe racer tracker, their words not mine is on ebay a snip at £13,500, that is $17,500 to you sir.
The best thing I can say about this place is that they are a useful source of used BMW airhead parts here in the Southwest of England but at the cost of many useable bikes probably lost forever.
Not mine, but I'd be interested in trying to save this one, a '82 Seca 650 that's had a little too much team spirit lavished on it.
It's all about the apparel!
That and the exhaust wrap.
Well that didn’t go too good with breakfast
Why? Why would you be interested in saving that??????
As stated, Seca 650. They look a lot better unmolested. Even remotely approaching this would be acceptable.
A really nice UJM. Competent I would describe it.
I rode one back in the day. A good all rounder for sure.