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Discussion in 'Dakar champion (950/990)' started by Jolly705, Jul 24, 2006.
It has a front and a rear tank, about 10liters.
...and nice workshop in the background!
greetings from around the corner,
wow this looks very promising!
That sub frame looks amazing!
Just another Feb day in the So Cal High Dez
Work done on that fairing
i should have learned something decent in my life when i see what you do. you know how to use your hands (and tools).
respekt! you make kiska design look booring.
i am curious about your next steps.
thank you for sharing.
I think Vin Diesel would jump at least over 2 houses in xXx 4.
i already liked the husqvarna nuda design - so special.
this one is even better. because there is nothing out there that looks alike.
how does the boxer bmw (R9T?) behave besides such an elegant ktm?
hey martin. although already giving you highest credits for handbuilding the scopes for the carbed 950 i must admit still having underestimated your skills.
the bavarian boxer has come to a very nice second life. exhaust is one of a kind.
nowadays it is very difficult to give a bike an outstanding identity. the special face that is recognizable in a crowd.
(how) many hours in your workshop...? if it is no secret?
you really win on this. congrats!
i pull my hat! good on you!
can‘t wait to see progress on the ktm though...
The builder of the bodies is Bernhard Naumann - www.blechmann.at ☝️
The R9T is one of the Soul Fuel bikes powered by BMW.
thanks for the info, martin.
Amazing Buddy, it's sooo slim!
Did you do all your CF work yourself?
hut ab, martin!
like your decoration in the background.
Its a superenduro with dna stage 3 kit, rekluse clutch, and tangential manifolds leading to akrapovic slipons. There are many details you usually just see on smaller Sixdays Editions.
the bodywork is by i-flow.at and blechmann.at
I just do general assembly and electrics
Installed the TripleClampMoto intake today (Thanks Alongat!), and moved my Facet pump to a new location . Fits nice and tidy under the Powercell tank
Hit rocks going 90 and got a flat, discovered AdvMotoTech in Glendale. Nicest shop I've ever experienced. Had several SE's getting worked on.