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Discussion Bike Photos - rare, different, modified, standard, and just plain wrong, etc etc

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by my67xr, Jul 27, 2018.

  1. my67xr

    my67xr Bike Enthusiast Staff Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    That would be good here in Thailand. Could fit the whole school on that.
     
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    my67xr Bike Enthusiast Staff Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    We saw so many different version's of these over there with 4 or 5 kid's in the Reo rod sidecar's

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    Like this:
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    Okay the baby in a bucket takes the cake.
     
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    Standard stuff in the Philippines

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    Twin fronts , stability is the key to pulling this off

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    Here are some Drag bike pics... now this thing would be a real beast.. Not sure of the bottle is NOS or for Air shift.. love the reversed barrels though.. :)
    I think I would want some extra chain protection through the middle though :)

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    If u were planning on riding that thing I think u might need some extra life insurance protection before anything else :cool:
     
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    Sums it up
     
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    Allow me to comment on that video. Now there will be those who say "hey each to their own" and "I like this pile of ****", and to that I say, if you post your hideous pile of garbage onto the web of things then it is fair game for criticism, so here it is. 95% of these morons have no mechanical skills, no vision, no ability to design or fabricate, and absolutely no taste whatsoever. Go and buy a dentists chair and **** that up. Leave the motorcycles alone or at least don't post your pathetic attempt at creating something onto the internet so other human beings are not exposed to it.
     
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    RD500LC Scrambler ?

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    And another couple of RD500LC's

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    Hybrid RD500 / RZ500
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    Take a look at this butchered grom :idk: Each to their own i guess trainwreck1.png trainwreck2.png trainwreck3.png
     
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    Just wrong on so many fronts


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    I wonder if the scrambler is actually a tdr250 with an engine swap?
     
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    This guy is a Wiring genius. Who would have thought of adding take offs like this. It’s from a Boat but the principle is what got me lol

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