Aprilia build

Discussion in 'Australia' started by G.T, Dec 30, 2008.

  1. G.T

    G.T Been here awhile

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    Managed to get the front end back on along with all the Nav mounts and rear Tank/subframe..all in all a good day.

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  2. G.T

    G.T Been here awhile

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  3. G.T

    G.T Been here awhile

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  4. G.T

    G.T Been here awhile

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    Rear fuel pump installed.

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  5. G.T

    G.T Been here awhile

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    Sub frame fitted up with the rear tank, ready for fitting to the bike.

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  6. G.T

    G.T Been here awhile

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    Sub frame and rear tank , back on the bike.

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  7. G.T

    G.T Been here awhile

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    Starting to look like a Rallye bike should.

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  8. G.T

    G.T Been here awhile

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    Just about ready to be sent off for the exhuast to be made..

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  9. Bigem

    Bigem Long timer

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    Looks like its going together beautifully mate.
  10. Dr AT

    Dr AT Long timer

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    my wife tells me I should stop looking at porn:cry so hurry up and dress it so I can look again.
  11. K2m

    K2m ....58....

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    I would not let my wife see this period:lol3
  12. Dr AT

    Dr AT Long timer

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    then how will she know what to get you for your birthday?
  13. AUS CRUZER

    AUS CRUZER Lets Cruz

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    :tb Thats looking great. If you dont mind me asking,What would be the rough total cost to get one on the road with the tanks and fairing etc:ear
  14. G.T

    G.T Been here awhile

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    HI Aus Cruzer

    Cost of the bike, Rallye kit, MD map roller, ICO,custom exhuast,etc etc. you are looking at $25000 all up on the road ready to race.:clap

    Dam site cheaper than a KTM 690 Rallye....

    Cheers
  15. shardzero

    shardzero I have a bike.....

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  16. guymcfly

    guymcfly Banned

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    you can...but only 1 person can get a Rallye at that price...and not every1 wants a bike that weighs 168kg dry...or that has already done 16000 k's...as opposed to brand spanking new.
  17. K2m

    K2m ....58....

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    There is no comparison. This new Aprilia Rally is totally gorgeous. I would not swap my 2004 FCR'ed 950 with 25000km for that 660. But if it was the Aprilia........ now that I would have to have a long think about........and I mean that:1drink

    Thats a good entry cost GT..........!!
  18. pfb

    pfb Riding, not skiing.

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    Gorgeous build...

    Who makes the Aprilia rallye kit?
  19. K2m

    K2m ....58....

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    Start at page 1........:D
  20. iconman

    iconman Good vibrations

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    Don't know you from a bar of soap G.T. but that bike looks fantastic.

    Great job.