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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by gjcarving, Nov 23, 2013.
That is the same thing, change my mind.
I hope whatever they buy/build is in British Racing Green with gold lettering.
Beautiful bike. My dad had a few water buffaloes in the late 60s early 70s.
Practicing my Iowan skills. Gotta stay sharp.
Thanks.. I bought this one mostly finished, then spent another 3 or 4 grand on it. It's a 76, sort of. The guy built it out of parts from several bikes.
So many questions and statements
-where can I get a fuzzy helmet?
-you really do meet the nicest people on a Honda.
-why are they using a clapped out smoking 4 stroke on TV?
-Mr Mcfeely's son may or may not be a real life mailman, that got his mailtruck stuck in Yinzerville not far from my childhood home.
-How did I miss this gem of a clip being that it was filmed in Yinzerville?
I strongly miss the multi-cylinder 2 stroke street bikes.
There's still RZ350s around out there, and that's a motor you can still do a lot with. The thing I liked about those, was they are stupid easy to change your line in the middle of a corner with. They feel pretty light and easy to flick around. Better chassis than the older RD stuff.
Doesn't that motor share a lot with the Banshee quad motor?
That's where the quad motor came from.
Dumping it already? I'm figuring out I like mine best on wide open easy tracks or courses...you know the kind MX'ers like.
Too bad Banshee quads go for stupid money. Seems like there could be a number of chassis in the sport bike world that would work nicely with a motor swap.
You put a smart carb on the 125? I thought it came with a good carb?
JC that's shit pizza!
2T guys gotta fiddle....chase that perfect jetting, while the 4T folks just brapp away.