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Discussion Bike Photo's, rare, different, modified, standard, and just plain wrong, etc etc

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

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    Not quite like the animated version.
     
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    It was the only pic
     
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    Well I suppose mine is weird enough?
    Que the comments..... Lol
    It was too far gone to restore it back to original, and the end of the world is near.... Might as well have a bike to cope with the wasteland...

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    GreyImport Administrator Staff Member The Big Cheese Contributing Member

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    Murdo The Good Doctor Staff Member Premium Member Ride and Events Crew Contributing Member

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    Different. Do you plan to road register it?
    Interested to know how you do the fake rusty bits.
     
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    Needs a motor. Large, single-cylinder, air-cooled thumper?
     
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    The fake rust is just a wrap i think, muffler might just be wire wheeled then washed or soaked in salty dirty water to accelerate the rust
    Could be airbrushed too, seen a fair bit of that lately.
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    Yes, it is already registered, in SA it is a bit easier to do, the rusty bits I painted by hand, no wraps or vinyls
     
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    All hand painted, and clear coat over, muffler is original that I cut shorter, wire brushed and clear coated with high heat clear coat
     
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    And I thought my CBR had small valves.
     
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    Now I haven't been around motorcycles long enough but to me the BMW R1200R front suspension setup seems pretty unique with its wishbone and coilover . Guessing the forks are only there to slide or maybe they're doing something too? BMW%20R1200R%2013.jpg
     
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    Saw one of these for sale here. Didn't know what it was. It is a Suzuki goose
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    From what I've read they're not a bad thing.
     
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    Ummm...
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    Well judging by the angle of the seat it is definitely one of the newer models.
     
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    Also available in Cruiser's

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    Then there's the Banatti Electric/Bamboo model

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