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sv project

Discussion in 'Japanese polycylindered adventure bikes' started by jimjib, Aug 4, 2005.

  1. jimjib

    jimjib Long timer

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    Just a nice pic of jeffs sv motard project

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  2. Dolly Sod

    Dolly Sod I want to do right, but not right now

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    Nice, you got any more pics of that thing? Or perhaps a bit more info?

    She's a real beaut!
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  3. maunakea

    maunakea Adventurer

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    Put knobbies on and you avoid the need for a big bore kit on a DRZ, or trying to make Wee Strom into an off-road bike.
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  4. MotoSamurai

    MotoSamurai Adventurer

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    More info please! What forks are those and how about the rims, bars, tailsection....Man, this could be a cool project for my SV.
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  5. U-Turn

    U-Turn Adventurer

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    The forks and mono appear to be Olins. The rest I can't tell.
    I'm wondering about the plank. Honda? It could've at least been re-covered.
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  6. kraven

    kraven Hegelian Scum

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    That's pretty awesome, man!

    Nice work. Very Dank.
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  7. DavesNotHere

    DavesNotHere Aging squid

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    Awesome! I've seen enduro variations, but motard style looks like it works great too. Very Nice.
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  8. modrover

    modrover BOOMSHANKA!

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    Looks a fun bike for canyon carving for sure. :evil
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  9. Zapp22

    Zapp22 ZAPP - Tejas

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    Fantastic!!!
    I wanna whole writeup! formula! prescription! book! how-to manual!!!!!
    in fact, I want to ride it...
    z
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  10. mars

    mars Starbucks anyone?

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    thats a great looking bike.

    john in idaho
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  11. SV_Rider

    SV_Rider Adventurer

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    Very Nice, a write up would be great!
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  12. hillbillypolack

    hillbillypolack Grumpy Old Goat

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    WOW. Holy Crap is that a sweet bike. Puts the whole definition of dual sport on its ear. How's it handle?
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  13. kres

    kres Arrrrrrrrr! Super Supporter

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    Sweet bike. Something tells me that converted SV could smack down many a Frankin-Buell. :evil

    I love the Honda seat on the bike. It just screams "I'm serious about this."

    More pictures would be great if you can dig them up!
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  14. Fubars

    Fubars What would Scoobydo?

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    This bike got me so geeked, I just bought a WP front end off eBay. Now I just gotta find a crashed SV......
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