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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by England-Kev, Nov 14, 2007.
Very nice indeed .......
That is one really good looking rig. You should be proud Where did you get that fairing? I wouldn't mind having one like that for my W650.
It looks a lot like the old Pacifico fairing from the 80’s. ???
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Thanks for the kudos...it is a lot of fun to ride..
The fairing is an H&H from Harpers moto guzzi. It was on the jackal when I bought it. I will say, its the best aftermarket faring Ive used as far as wind and noise. Not much to it but they got it right.....$640 ish if I remember correctly...
Handlebar/fork mount, you could put it on anything.....well, almost....
He must be from Wisconsin. hahaha
Owner said that it will cruise at 50 mph. Tug is a Suzuki TU250X similar to the one I just bought.
I hope he added "On level ground . "
Finland, they received a number of these Zundapp KS750's from Germany during the war. A number survive to this day, this one is post WWII.
Here is a film of some Finnish soldiers training with them:
I watched the video. Looks like they could out do a Ural any day of the week. I want one......
Normally when a cruise speed is mentioned on level ground is assumed.
No problem, I reckon a good one could be found for $45,000 US.
The original owner of Hedingham sidecars, Keith Wash, used to have one in bits in his garage. No idea whatever happened to it.
They have pemanent two wheel drive with a differential. High and low ratio gearbox and reverse.
Nothings all that level where I live. I have a Spirit of America on a SR500. It has enough power to "cruise" at 55 anywhere but the steepest hills. The Suzuki 250 may work for you down in Floo-da , but , it will be backing up traffic everywhere in W.N.C.
I spend six months a year in the mountains around the Robbinsville,NC area so I know a bit about riding in the mountains.